Whether you’re seeking guidance for yourself, your relationship, your family or your career, we’ve got warm, caring therapists that are highly-trained to meet your needs. 

Individual Counseling

Individual therapy is a unique, one-on-one relationship that allows another person to join you on your personal journey. Working with a therapist can allow you to explore your inner-most thoughts and feelings and work on a variety of goals such as overcoming depression, living with loss, reducing self-destructive behaviors or a variety of other issues. A therapist can be a trusted guide, ready to walk with you through life’s most personal and painful experiences.

If you are struggling with sadness, excessive worry or anxiety, having difficulty communicating, dealing with self-sabotage or perfectionism, you can find support at InProcess Counseling. In our safe and confidential setting, you will have the space and support you need to make changes in your life and meet your goals.

Individual therapy sessions generally last 53-60 minutes and can take place either in the office or online. 


+ Change the way you feel about yourself 
+ Develop skills for navigating life with resilience
+ Communicate better with friends, colleagues and loved ones

Couples Counseling

We all know that relationships take work. The stress of daily life, parenting or financial difficulties, feeling disconnected, struggling to communicate or problem solve — all of these can take their toll on your relationship. Relationship counseling can help you work through the problems, gain skills to better connect with each other and rescue relationships that may be close to breaking. 

Maybe you are feeling disconnected from your partner despite trying harder and harder to connect. Perhaps you find yourself becoming more defensive, critical, or feel constantly rejected by your partner. Whatever your situation, our therapists can help you reflect on what’s currently happening and strengthen your relationship skills so you can better solve problems together.  

Couples often wait too long to find the support they need to help them learn to solve problems together and strengthen their skills to do so. Research shows that most couples come to counseling for their relationship an average of six years later than they should. If your relationship problems are impacting your everyday life, it’s time to get the help you deserve now so you and your partner can thrive. 

Some common issues you might address in relationship counseling are:

Lack of communication
Unable to solve problems
Parenting concerns
Intimacy issues

Health concerns
Life/role transitions
Constantly fighting
Feeling disconnected
Financial struggles

Family Therapy

Families are complex, ever-evolving ecosystems with so many dynamics at play. Every family experiences challenges, and every family deserves the help they need to create a healthy, warm environment where everyone feels heard and seen. At InProcess Counseling, our experienced family therapists can help you address the problems your family is experiencing and help you build better skills to navigate future challenges together. 

Family therapy can be done in addition to or in conjunction with individual therapy. Especially if the problems you are facing as an individual are impacting the family as a whole, family therapy can be very helpful. Some common reasons families seek out therapy include major life transitions such as divorce, blending a family, loss of a loved one, or mental health struggles such as depression, oppositional behaviors, or anxiety. Family therapy can help you strengthen your communication skills, learn new parenting skills, build trust and reduce conflict. It can also help with addressing substance use concerns, chronic illness, or behavioral problems in children and teens.

The goal of family therapy is to empower families, not to shame or single-out any one member. We see the family as a system where many factors combine to create issues, some of which we may not even be aware of. Our trained, professional family-therapists can help your family examine the patterns, tendencies and beliefs that are contributing to a problem, and help you learn new strategies for working together in harmony. If you are interested in pursuing family therapy as a possibility for your family, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Career Counseling

Did you know that the average person spends nearly a third of their life at work? That’s approximately 90,000 hours! Work can be interesting, exciting, challenging, or even fun, but it can also be a significant source of stress, worry, frustration, or disappointment. If you are struggling in your career, having difficulty with co-workers, sick with stress, or need help to manage your job, InProcess Counseling can help.

Career counseling can take many forms, including: 

entrepreneurial support

Support and guidance for entrepreneurs or those looking to begin an entrepreneurial journey, offering the support needed to meet the unique demands and challenges of creating and running a bus.

career discovery

Looking at your personality, strengths and weaknesses, and interests and goals to determine how to help you move toward a more fulfilling and sustainable relationship with your work, including what education, degree, or certification would be the best for you.

career development

Examining your career in context and how it aligns with your current life circumstances, empowering you to make changes that serve you as an ever-evolving person, including helping you make the decisions you need to make now, ad giving you the knowledge and skills you need to make future career and life decisions.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy

If you have been struggling with intrusive thoughts, difficulty concentrating, feeling overwhelmed or just feeling like you haven’t ever gotten over a traumatic event in your past, EMDR therapy may be able to help you.

EMDR is a structured therapy which encourages a client to briefly focus on a traumatic memory while participating in a technique called “bilateral stimulation,” typically by encouraging a recurring type of eye movement. This back-and-forth, repetitive physical stimulation slows down the activity of the fear centers in your brain and has been shown to reduce the intensity of emotions associated with that memory. Over time, the memory becomes less emotionally distressing and becomes better integrated into our past, rather than continuing to control us in the present. 

EMDR was developed in 1987 with individuals experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and has since expanded to treating many forms of trauma. EMDR typically requires 6 to 12 sessions for treatment and is usually delivered in individual therapy sessions. However, if there are multiple traumatic memories to be addressed more sessions may be recommended. EMDR is often conducted 1-2 times per week and can occur on consecutive days. EMDR has been extensively researched as a therapeutic intervention and has shown remarkable effectiveness in helping people recover from trauma, anxiety, PTSD, depression, and panic disorders. 

Modalities We Use:

Cognitive Behavioral
Psychodynamic Therapies
Emotions Focused
Internal Family Systems

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