It’s Time to Feel Better
Our Houston Therapists and Career Counselors Can Help!
Have you hit a point in your life, relationship, or career where things just aren’t going smoothly anymore? It can feel like you’re stuck and the harder you try, the more overwhelmed you feel.
Sometimes it can seem like everyone else has it figured out and you wonder why it can’t be the same for you. The reality is that it just seems this way. When you feel stuck, overwhelmed, or just don’t know what to do to feel better, happier, or more fulfilled, an outside perspective can help you get back on track.
Whether you feel completely out of control or just need a fresh perspective, our Houston therapists and career counselors can help you create solutions, and find peace, joy, and contentment in your life.
You don’t have to figure it out alone. It’s ok. We’re here to help.
Make an appointment with a Therapist or Career Counselor today.
Give us a call at 832-209-2222. If you’re ready to get started with counseling services right away, click here to schedule an appointment at our Houston or Kingwood office. We look forward to working with you!
Meet Our Houston Counselors
Rachel has been extremely helpful and encouraging during this time of change for me when serious decisions are about to be made. She provided excellent suggestions and really took time to listen to my concerns.— A.T, mid-career change
Thanks to Joan, I am on a road of healing and growth after several years of post-college flailing. Her incredible empathy, insight, candidness, and easy manner helped me learn from my past to discover my goals for the future. She has supported me in many ways, from overcoming shame to developing action plans for change. I am moving forward, both personally and professionally, with confidence and hope. I am so very thankful for her! —
“My therapy experience was incredible. From the moment I started working with Joan, I was impressed with her skills in pointing out behavior patterns and gently suggesting alternate forms of communication. My relationship is now out of the ICU and is now “stable,” and I am much less anxious and depressed.” — S.W., anxiety, relationship issues