At Living Success Counseling Center, several psychotherapeutic modalities are offered, and the direction of treatment is determined by the needs of our clients. Services are not time limited, so we are able to provide in-depth, long-term psychotherapy when necessary. Clients are seen on an appointment only basis.
Living Success Counseling Center offers the support our clients may need during the more challenging times of life and help to provide them with helpful tools as they grow and explore in new directions. Individuals often seek help in dealing with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, marriage and relationship challenges, parenting problems, school difficulties and career changes. Treatment services are offered in a variety of areas including:
- Stress and Anxiety Management
- Adjusting to Life Transitions
- Relationship Difficulties
- Developing Self-Esteem
- Parenting Issues
- Spouse and Child Abuse
- Eating Disorders
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse
- Death of a Loved One
- Sexual Concerns
- Coping with Traumatic Events
- Divorce and Remarriage Adjustment
- Child and Adolescent Behavioral Issues
- Cultural Diversity Issues
- Suicidal Thoughts
We assist our clients in working through the myriad of challenges experienced by even the healthiest couples. By facilitating better communication, we can help them to clearly define their wants and needs, helping to resolve issues early on, and provide tools for more successful relationships.
By identifying the dynamics that may be at the root of family problems, we are able to help make recommendations on ways to improve relationships and create better harmony.
Teens & Adolescents
Teens and adolescents have their own unique challenges. We can help to provide the support they may need as they navigate through the sometimes daunting uncharted territories of young life.
Through play therapy, children are able to express their feelings naturally and safely in a friendly environment. Our specially designed playroom is well- furnished with toys and equipment that help children to “play out” their feelings and illustrate problems similar to the way grown-ups may “talk out” their difficulties during therapy.