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Our Services

Our therapy and counseling services are deep, broad, and connected. It doesn’t matter what you’re going through. Odds are, we have a service specifically for your situation, or that of a loved one. Call 855.922.2282 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

All relationships are prone to ups and downs, but that doesn’t make dealing with the tough times any less stressful. While each couple’s circumstances are unique, common themes tend to appear during couples counseling such as issues with communication, intimacy, money, children, and infidelity.  Our couple’s therapy is designed to facilitate a respectful, nurturing environment where you can discuss and resolve your differences.


Family problems can affect all areas of your lives. When it feels like the issues in your family are too big for you to handle – and aren’t getting better – it may be time to see a family therapist. Some of the things that family therapists can help with are:

  • Conflicts between family members
  • Financial problems or disagreements about money
  • Problems in school
  • Difficulties between siblings
  • Caring for a family member with special needs
  • Issues with extended family members
  • A family member’s illness or a death in the family
  • Separation or divorce

Your therapist will help family members communicate better, solve problems, and find new ways to work together. Family therapy can’t always make a problem go away. But it can give family members new skills to get through difficult situations in healthier ways.


Children (Birth-12)

For this young age group, services are usually focused on the parent or caregiver-child relationship. The goal is to assist children in finding ways to increase their successes, improve their self-esteem, identify strengths, and become more successful in managing their feelings and ability to solve problems.

Teens/Adolescents (13-19)

For this young age group, services are usually focused on the parent or caregiver-child relationship. The goal is to assist children in finding ways to increase their successes, improve their self-esteem, identify strengths, and become more successful in managing their feelings and ability to solve problems.

If you are a parent of a teenager, you understand the unique set of experiences occurring in this stage of their lives.  It is not uncommon for depression, anxiety, anger, relationship issues, and school problems to arise during this time. Teenagers don’t always understand what is happening or why they are acting this way, and often feel alone, misunderstood and isolated.  Counseling services for this age group is focused on developing self. The goal is to assist children in finding ways to increase their coping skills, communication skills, and improving their self-esteem.

Child or Teen counseling can involve just the child or teenager, or it can include various members of the family and support network, as appropriate.

In individual therapy, clients work with a therapist in a safe, caring, and confidential environment.  During time together, people work towards desired change by exploring their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors.  People seek therapy for a wide variety of reasons, from coping with major life challenges or childhood trauma, to dealing with depression or anxiety, to simply desiring personal growth and greater self-knowledge. A client and therapist may work together for as few as five or six sessions or as long as several years, depending on the client’s unique needs and personal goals for therapy.

Our therapists are trained in a variety of treatment modalities and will work with you to identify and use the most appropriate one for your unique needs.


The process of therapy is essentially the same in faith-based counseling as in other counseling, but the tools used in the process may be different. How exactly the incorporation of spiritual beliefs into the counseling experience will function may vary from client to client and from therapist to therapist. Some clients simply want to know their therapist shares their same belief system. Others have specific spiritual issues and want to be able to process those alongside a person who understands. The client is the best person to determine how much and in what way spiritual beliefs are incorporated into his or her therapy.

Psychological testing and evaluation consists of a series of tests and interviews that help determine the cause of psychological symptoms and disorders. This determines the correct diagnosis and appropriate course of treatment. Some of the testing done in our clinics include:

  • Intelligence
  • Personality
  • Cognitive

One in seven mothers suffer from postpartum depression. But many women with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders avoid getting the treatment they need. At Hope Network, our treatment is tailored to the needs of each woman—whether the symptoms show up before or after birth.

Additionally, men can also experience Perinatal Mood Disorders following the birth of their child.

Learn more about the perinatal services we offer here.


Doesn’t matter if it’s drugs, alcohol, pornography, shopping, gambling, the Internet, anything at all – you may benefit from counseling if you have found your addiction it is getting in the way of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Our addiction services provide an atmosphere of support for individuals to examine the results of their addiction. The primary goal is to help individuals take the next step in their recovery.  Motivational interviewing is a major component in earlier stages of treatment. Later stages of treatment focus on creating a new lifestyle, coping with triggers, and learning healthy alternatives for coping.


We provide individual, family, and couples therapy for all kinds of individuals and families, including those with members who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/gender variant, intersex (LGBTQI), or straight. Our staff understands the complex challenges that are often part of the lives of LGBTQI clients and their families. We are dedicated to providing treatment using LGBTQI-affirmative models. Our goal for our LGBTQI clients is that they experience informed and sensitive therapeutic services to facilitate health, happiness, and wellbeing for themselves and their families.

Depending on the nature of the issue, group therapy can be an ideal choice for addressing concerns and making positive changes. Group therapy involves a group of roughly 5–15 patients. Typically, groups meet for an hour or two each week. Many groups are designed to target a specific problem, such as depression, obesity, panic disorder, social anxiety, chronic pain, or substance abuse. Other groups focus more generally on improving social skills, helping people deal with a range of issues such as anger, shyness, loneliness, and low self-esteem. Group therapy provides benefits that individual therapy may not, such as a support network and a sounding board.

Many clients find talk therapy to be an effective way to work through difficult times and challenges. For others, therapy combined with psychotropic medication is a more effective treatment method. Psychotropic medications are taken to treat the symptoms of a variety of issues and are prescribed by a Physician Assistant and/or a Nurse Practitioner. These providers are highly specialized to work with psychiatric medications, provide evaluations, education and treatment for mental health disorders. They work closely with a Psychiatrist, who consults with them on the medication and treatment they prescribe. These providers have significant experience working in the mental health field and are passionate about the work they do.

Animal-assisted therapy in conjunction with traditional work done by a therapist can dramatically impact a person’s wellbeing when expertly coordinated. Dogs are the primary animals used, although various animal-assisted programs offer different animals for people with different physical and emotional needs. Conditions that respond well to animal-assisted therapy include:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief and loss
  • Relationship problems
  • PTSD

Click here to learn more about our AAT program.



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