What We Specialize
At Lakes Counseling we provide therapy for all
ages and offer individual, couples, groups,
Persistent and excessive anxiety and worry about
activities or events (Learn More)
- Adjustment Disorder:
An emotional or behavioral reaction to a stressful
event or change in a person’s life. (Learn More)
- Attachment Disorder:
- Is a type of mood or behavioral disorder that affects a person’s ability to form and maintain relationships. (Learn More)
is a neurodevelopmental disorder marked by symptoms such as inattention, hyperactivity, and or impulsivity. (Learn More)
- Bipolar Disorder:
Is a group of brain disorders that cause extreme fluctuation in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to function (Learn More)
- Developmental disorders:
Are impairments in a persons physical, cognitive, language, or behavioral
development. They can impact everyday functioning and usually last
throughout a person’s lifetime. (Learn More)
- Destigmatizing Mental Health.
A group focusing on ending the stigma around mental health encouraging people who are reluctant to seek help or their commitment to the program. Help managing emotions, such as stress, anger, or depression. This support might include listening to problems and showing empathy. (Learn More)
- Domestic Violence
Domestic abuse, also called “domestic violence” or “intimate partner violence”, can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship (Learn More)
intense emotional and physical reaction that an individual experiences following
the death of a loved one. (Learn More)
- Intergenerational Trauma:
Trauma that gets passed down from those who directly experience an incident to subsequent generations. Maternal mental health and peripartum mood disorders (Learn More)
Marriage and family Therapy:
Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) is a form of psychotherapy that addresses the behaviors of all family members (Learn More)
- Obsessive compulsive disorder:
An anxiety disorder that’s characterized by obsessive thoughts and
- compulsive behavior. A person with OCD has unwanted, disturbing thoughts,
urges, or images that drive them to do something repetitively. (Learn More)
- Women’s Empowerment
Support groups bring together people who are going through or have gone through similar experiences. For example, this common ground might be cancer, chronic medical conditions, addiction, bereavement or caregiving. Benefits of support group include: Feeling less lonely, isolated or judged, Reducing distress, depression, anxiety or fatigue (Learn More)
- Women empowerment: A social support group that empowers women and encourages them with emotional support, social support, improved self esteem and a sense of belonging and connectedness building social support.
- Empowering imposter syndrome. Coping skills empowering program.
This group is offered to female victims of domestic violence. It is an ongoing support group where women can participate and connect with others dealing with similar situations and life experiences with the goal to ensure that they are not alone. A space where survivors can share their feelings and lean on each other for support, guidance, encouragement and advice.
Couples and Family
Helping couples improve their communicating better, conflict resolution
Rebuilding trust, more intimacy and passion, Family planning.