Do you need Counseling?

Do you feel stuck or unhappy? Is there a sense of unrealized purpose in your life? Do you need someone to help you explore your options? Are you looking for personal growth? Counseling may be your answer.

Counseling is a collaborative process between a therapist and client that leads to life change through awareness of emotions, development of new perspectives and insights and acquisition of therapeutic skills.

We can help.

Life Enhancement Counseling Services utilizes therapeutic interventions in an effort to improve your mood and sense of purpose and direction, as well as enhance and restore your relationships. Our goal is to help you develop skills that will lead to a more meaningful, balanced and joyful life.

Our Latest Blogs

23 Oct, 2018

Take a Note from Pollyanna!

Growing up one of my favorite movies was “Pollyanna.” The story is about a girl who had many tragic events befall her, but she refused to give in to the negativity that would have been so easy.
By Jackie Spain
12 Oct, 2018

Road Rage

Most of us have experienced the heightened anger and frustration that comes from heavy traffic and thoughtless drivers. I have, on more than one occasion, allowed a few choice words to spill out when being cut off.
By Holly Lapka
07 Oct, 2018

S/he Works Hard for the Money—The Personal Side

If you are reading this, maybe you are old enough to recognize the song from which I took the title to this blog. One of my first mental health jobs after receiving my graduate degree awarded low.
By Yolanda Brailey
01 Oct, 2018

S/he Works Hard for the Money—The Practical Side

“TV dinners” which became popular more than 50 years ago now were one of the first steps in us becoming an “instant culture.” Microwaves became popular not long after. Now we have instant messaging, online shopping that.
By Yolanda Brailey
25 Sep, 2018

Going Back to School

Whether you are 5 years old or 50 years old, going back to school can be both exciting and frightening. School, like work, becomes our first place where we develop a love/hate relationship as we either love.
By Samantha Pudleiner

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