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Counseling Services

Counseling empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals.’ It does not only focus on client’s goals but also help them to achieve those goals.  Counseling is a dynamic, engaging and a lively process involving making choices as well as changes.

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Behavioral Counseling 

Educational  Counseling 

Behavioral counseling is an umbrella term that covers different types of therapies to help treat behavioral disorders. The goal of counseling is to help eliminate undesirable behaviors and reinforce desirable ones.


Behavioral therapy is based on the concept of behaviorism that focuses on the idea that human beings learn from their environment.

Types of Behaviors

  • Anxiety 

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

  •  Anger Issues

  • Depression

  • Panic Disorders

Educational Counseling provides  

academic counseling. They typically work in K-12 school settings, but may also be hired by parents to advise children on colleges, public, and private schools.


Education Counseling provides guidance to a school’s teaching faculty on curriculum, teaching styles and recommended resources and textbooks. 


They also help parents to understand IEPs, 504s, Behavioral Plans, Expulsion hearings to improve educational experiences and outcomes.

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Racial Identity Counseling 

Race-based traumatic stress is specific to surviving experiences of racial discrimination, threats of harm and injury, humiliation, and shaming events that occur to you and to other POC.


These experiences add up over time to deplete your energy, making it difficult for you to create the life you want to live.

It can also activate being in constant survival mode.


Signs of Race-Based Traumatic Stress:

  • Hypervigilance

  • Constantly scanning for threats

  • Feeling on-guard and amped up.

  • Anger and rage.

  • Guilt and shame

  • Helplessness and hopelessness

  • Feeling numb and checked out


Family Counseling 

Family therapy helps everyone in the family understand and support each other.

This type of therapy can help when families are feeling overwhelmed, sad and angry; when they're unsure how to move forward; or when they feel that they are repeating the same harmful behaviors over and over.


Family Therapy can help with:

  • Strained relationships between family members.

  • Stress.

  • Anger.

  • Communication issues.

  • Trauma (physical or emotional).

  • Coping with acute or chronic illness of a family member 

  • The death of a loved one & Grief

  • Divorce 

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