Williamston & Okemos Mental Health Counseling & Therapy
“When we talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.” – Fred Rogers
There are countless possibilities for why a person may be seeking professional counseling as either an individual or as a family.
Our mission as a behavioral and mental health provider is to serve you with high quality, comfortable, and safe experiences to increase your well-being. Through social-emotional support and the use of evidence-based practices, we will provide you with opportunities for self-growth. We aim to empower our clients through an expert by experience perspective and person-centered care.
Making the decision to go to therapy takes courage and means that you’re ready to make a positive change. We all have the ability to mend relationships, lessen negative self-talk, and increase self-compassion. It’s ok if you need help making sense of your past and need unbiased, confidential support in facing life changes.
It is within human nature to dismiss or overlook our inner strengths that can help our resiliency. It is also normal to develop new skills and evolve throughout the lifespan as your experiences continue to shape you. Let us help you!
(COVID POLICIES) At this time, to minimize the risk of exposure for illnesses, such as COVID-19, and to eliminate transportation as a barrier to treatment, we offer appointments via Telehealth. In order for clients to use Telehealth as an option for treatment, they must have a cell phone, tablet, or computer with internet access.
Our office is located just off I-96 exit, at Williamston exit 117, just a short 15 mins. drive from East Lansing, Okemos & the surrounding areas.
What We Can Help You With
- Family Dynamics
- Grief & Loss
- LGBTQIA Support
- Life Adjustments
- Motivation & Goal Setting
- Relationship Difficulties
- School & Behavioral Problems
- Sleep Problems
Individual counseling is a one-on-one appointment of talk therapy between the client and a mental health therapist. As an active participant in the therapeutic process, the client will direct the conversation on presenting problems, issues, and current symptoms they would like to address.
The therapist may ask questions to better understand the client’s experience and explore the possibility of solutions with the use of personal strengths. Skill-building often occurs in these appointments as well.
Change is inevitable throughout the lifespan. Families are greatly impacted by such events. Family Counseling is a wonderful way for a family to develop resilience & increase satisfaction in relationships.
All members of the family are active participants in the session and have a role to play in treatment. It is common for clients in family therapy to partake in relationship building exercises along with activities that promote skill-building in the areas of communication, conflict resolution, problem-solving, and coping with symptoms.
It is a natural occurrence for close relationships to encounter conflict. Couples Therapy can be a wonderful way for couples to work through issues that may be holding their relationship back. Both individuals are considered clients of the therapist and are encouraged to express their emotions, process issues, and effectively problem solve in a safe, neutral environment.
The therapist may ask to observe the clients’ interactions together, as a couple, to then provide them with interactive opportunities to learn new skills that enhance the relationship. Couples are often given tasks to complete outside of treatment to strengthen these skills through practice.