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

07 Jul, 2020

All the Same on the Inside–The Personal Side

As I discussed in the practical blog on this topic, I have felt overwhelmed witnessing the death of George Floyd and all of the events surrounding it. I have felt an array of emotions–felt moved to promote.
By Yolanda Brailey
01 Jul, 2020

All the Same on the Inside–The Practical Side

Over the past several weeks, I have seen more adult African-American men and women cry than I have in my whole life–on TV panels talking about race, on televised church discussing humanity and even on a professional.
By Yolanda Brailey
15 Jun, 2020

Recovery From Depression: The Ups and Downs

Depression is one of the most commonly experienced challenges of the mind in the world. The World Health Organization reported that 264 million people around the world suffer with depression. The WHO’s statistics only include those who.
By Tom Daniele
12 Jun, 2020

Healthy Relationships 101

In the midst of a pandemic, many of us may have moments where we find ourselves stressed, overwhelmed, and irritable. For couples, this “new world” we live in has brought on a variety of additional stressors, far.
By LECS Counselor
08 Jun, 2020

Coming to Terms with Grief and Loss

Grief is one of those uncomfortable and difficult concepts that we all have felt in one way or another, yet we also tend to push away or avoid because it means we have to open ourselves up.
By Barbara Vehabovic
04 Jun, 2020

What Really Matters—The Personal Side

During the summer, I usually go to the pool often and try to connect with family members I do not get to see as much during the school year. My kids look forward to seeing certain sitters.
By Yolanda Brailey

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