Counseling, also referred to as psychotherapy can help you address and resolve emotional and psychological issues that are typically rooted in your past. As a result of meeting with a therapist you will be able to address problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings and relationship issues that are hindering you from living the best life possible.

Through psychotherapy, you can change self-destructive behaviors and habits, resolve painful feelings, improve your relationships, and more.

Although RHCS has over 17 years of clinical experience and has assessed over 30,000 individuals, we offer very limited counseling. However, we have established professional relationships with licensed counselors who specialize in individual and marital therapy. If we cannot provide counseling at the time of your request, we will refer you to our network of professionals.

Three of the most common forms of counseling are individual, pre-marital and marital.

Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is best suited for individuals who desire to receive one-to-one guidance in order to work through challenges and explore solutions through a collaborative effort with a compassionate and non-judgmental therapist. Focus of individual counseling is on you. You set the tone and your therapist provides professional recommendations to help you gain insight into effective ways of resolving personal, occupational, relational, family, parent-child or interpersonal challenges.

Pre-marital Counseling

Pre-marital counseling is best suited for engaged-couples who desire to increase their chances of having a successful marriage. This pro-active approach to seeking help can decrease the possibility of divorce from the beginning.

Marital Counseling

Marital counseling is best suited for married couples who desire to receive guidance in order to strengthen strong relationships or restore a damaged relationships. Negative communication patterns, distrust, disrespect and constant fighting are precursors to divorce. A marital therapist can help you work through these challenges and get your marriage back on track.

Who Should Receive Counseling?

  • Individuals who are struggling psychologically and emotionally due to past trauma
  • Engaged-couples who desire to develop the proper skills that are needed to have a successful marriage from the beginning
  • Married couples who are struggling to recover from relationship distress such as infidelity, abuse, broken trust, ineffective communication, intimacy issues, etc.

Contact us today to discuss our counseling sessions.