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We all benefit from having someone in our lives who can have real, honest conversations with us where we face life's challenges. Having someone do this, without judgment or criticism, can be just what we need get through whatever life has thrown at us. 

But empowerment, transformation or healing comes from connecting to things that can sometimes be emotional - that's why we believe our counseling services are a work of heart.  Our therapists are committed to joining you on your journey towards a deeper understanding of self and others. It takes courage to embark on that journey and confront life's problems.  Whether you are a child, teen, young adult or parent, you don't have to confront them alone. We invite you to embark on that journey towards achieving your personal goals with us so that you may live a life where you feel empowered, heard, and wholeheartedly connected to those you love. 

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Teletherapy is available now in the comfort and safety of your own home during COVID-19.

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Anxiety Disorders

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder & Exposure Therapy for Phobias

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Mood Disorders

Parent/Child Conflict

Maternal Mental Health: Pre-Natal, Antepartum and Post-Partum

Infertility, IVF and Infant Loss

Couples Counseling

Childhood Trauma

Autism Spectrum Disorders

LGBTQ Youth & Families

Therapy for Empaths & Helping Professionals

Women's Issues

Parent Coaching

Adolescent Therapy

Life Transitions

Young Adults & Millennials

Siblings & Parents of Individuals with Disabilities

our therapists specialize in the following areas:



"Modern Therapy for Modern Families"

We are proud to offer services to children 8 and up, adolescents, adults, couples and women.

Individual Therapy

Family Therapy

Couples Counseling

Parent Coaching

Young Adults

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Do you experience difficult behaviors with your child? 

Is he or she struggling in school or with friends?

Do you feel your relationship with your child is suffering or you've been shut out?

Maybe you've noticed your relationship with your child change recently as they enter adolescence, or are struggling with learning issues, mental health challenges or negative behaviors.

You're not alone. These experiences, and more, are common reasons parents seek out therapy for their child or themselves. 

At A Work of Heart, we're committed to helping parents identify the ways in which they can connect with their kids more effectively, while also building up their own tool box with strategies to establish healthy boundaries with their children to improve the parent-child relationship. 

Likewise, our clinicians are experienced child-study team members, whose experience working with children in schools, in homes, and in outpatient settings provides parents with holistic strategies they can use to support their children's growth socially, emotionally, and academically. 

Are you worried or struggling with the transition to college, living away from home for the first time, or navigating the modern dating world? 

Frustrated with swiping, scrolling or "liking" profiles to try to make a connection?

Do you have difficulty stopping negative thoughts, find yourself attracting or picking the "wrong" type of person over and over? 

Or maybe, you feel stuck in your career or on what move to make next? 

Sometimes, you may feel stuck, lost and like nothing in life is going right. Working with the right therapist can help you identify your strengths as well as barriers you face to personal growth and success in your relationships, career, or feelings of fulfillment. Working with us, you'll connect with a therapist who actually gets the modern world of job searching, dating and all of the influences millennials face without making  assumptions about you - because our therapists truly understand what you're up against.

Young adults seek therapy for a wide array of personal challenges such as anxiety, depression, dating/relationships, friendships, life Transitions, emerging adulthood, low self-esteem, or personal growth. 

Are you ready to be the best version of yourself? Give us a call!


Individuals seek therapy for a wide array of personal challenges such as:



- Mood Related Challenges


-Lack of personal fulfillment


-Life Transitions

-Negative Self-Image or Low Self-Esteem

-Personal Growth

Our work together will lead to you feeling empowered, more connected to yourself and those you love, and more self-aware.

You'll begin to see going to therapy as an opportunity to connect with yourself and someone who can truly listen to you, free of judgement. It will become the "me time" you so need and deserve to emerge a more empowered, confident and connected person who gets more enjoyment and fulfillment out of life. 

It takes courage to get started, but once you come in, you will realize that coming to therapy doesn't have to feel so intimidating, uncomfortable or "clinical", but more like connecting with an old friend who truly wants to support you on your journey towards personal growth and wholehearted living, because that's what we're all about! 

When families face difficult times or challenges, their ability to work together and openly communicate are key to resilience and growth. Family therapy can help all family members find their voice in the family system so that all can be head, seen and find solutions to working through whatever problem or adjustment the family faces. 

Perhaps your family is changing due to a marriage, the birth of a child, difficulty finding balance in work, relationships or with yourself. Divorce impacting relationships and parenting,

a teen going off to college or moving out of the house, or empty-nesting are all reasons a family or couple may seek counseling to adjust to new family dynamics and living arrangements. 

Family therapy opens the door to families learning how to heal, rebuild or overcome. 

Families seek therapy for a wide array of challenges such as:

-Parent/Child or Sibling Conflicts 

-Child, Teen, Adolescent/Young Adult Needs

-Families of Children with Disabilities/Mental Health Conditions

-Fighting within the family



-Death of a Loved One


Many clients have questions about our services- here are a few commonly asked. Don't see one you have? Please just call or e-mail us to ask!

Q: What are the fees for services?

A: Fees depend on the service provided and duration. Call or email us for a free phone consultation to discuss your needs so we can best answer this question!

Q: Do you accept insurance?

A: A Work of Heart Counseling works with most insurance companies as an out of network provider. Contact us so we can help you verify your coverage and options!

Q: Why would I use an out of network provider if I have health insurance for mental health?

A: You can finally connect with a therapist who is uniquely fit to help you and your particular needs, rather than searching merely based on whether the therapist is in-network with your insurance provider! This means you and your therapist decide on how many sessions you need, how long you stay in treatment, and the kinds of therapeutic interventions you want to try, without the insurance company dictating this for you. It strengthens your privacy, and you can even decide if your mental health treatment even becomes part of your insurance's health record.

Q: Do you offer any consulting services?

A: Yes! We offer workshops and presentations for non-profit organizations, schools, and other programs.