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

21 Apr, 2018

The Best Way to Argue with Your Partner

There is a couple on my couch. Sasha and Veronica have been arguing with each other for the past 10 minutes about how Veronica doesn’t want to go to Sasha’s parents house for the weekend, and Sasha.
By Kaitlyn Farrell
14 Apr, 2018

The One Consistency of Life

The old saying “the only constant in life is change” gets more and more true for me the older I get. Despite seeing this and accepting it, however, I tend to dig my heels in and do.
By Holly Lapka
07 Apr, 2018

Girls and Boys Just Wanna Have Fun—The Personal Side

My good friend who is in her early forties just shared with me about a recent night out she had that involved quite a bit of fun. She, her husband and a few other couples made dinner.
By Yolanda Brailey
01 Apr, 2018

Girls and Boys Just Wanna Have Fun—The Practical Side

Have you ever been to Disney World? Do remember going there as a kid? Or perhaps you have taken your child there to visit. I absolutely love going to Disney or any of the parks we have.
By Yolanda Brailey
21 Mar, 2018

The Importance of Vulnerability in a Relationship

You may have experienced the sensation of withholding information or feelings from your partner, whether consciously or subconsciously. “Bringing this up will only cause an argument”, you may think. “We’ve talked about this before and nothing good.
By Kaitlyn Farrell
14 Mar, 2018

Mindfulness: Nonjudgment

For me, one of the hardest aspects of mindfulness is nonjudgment. The idea of not judging myself or evaluating the moment as good or bad was a new concept for me. So much so, that most of.
By Holly Lapka

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