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About Us

Here a the Living Life Wellness Center, our clients are our top priority.  To best suit your needs, our therapists offer both in-person and virtual sessions to fit your schedule. 


Our process utilizes a systemic approach with a variety of therapeutic techniques to support your overall treatment process.

Our therapists work with individuals as young as 13, couples, and their families on a variety of challenges. Since our clients come from all different backgrounds, we practice from a place of cultural sensitivity.


As LGBTQIA+ allies, we are passionate about keeping an open minded attitude as we navigate the complex emotions of our clients. 

We accept self-paid clients and welcome members of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Aetna EAP, UHC, and CBHA insurance members at this time. 

Sliding scale sessions are offered through community partnerships based on availability and eligibility. 


Being a teen is tough. With all the changes—physical, emotional, cognitive—it can feel overwhelming. Teens deal with identity crisis, peer pressure, school stress, family, and relationships conflicts. Therapy offers a safe place to talk it out without judgment.

Therapy for Teens

Therapy Session

Life throws tough challenges at us, especially when we can't express ourselves freely. Therapy provides a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and actions. Our goal is to empower you with understanding and practical strategies to navigate your journey and validate your experiences.

Therapy for Adults

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Family therapy focuses on improving communication and resolving conflicts within families. It provides a space to learn and create new functioning concepts and expectations for each other. This can reduce conflict and distress and improve the quality of interactions among family members. We will help you identify the causes of conflict and will teach you new ways of coping in order to increase mutual respect and appreciation for one another.

Family Therapy

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy involves both partners working together to address issues and improve their relationship. It focuses on enhancing communication, resolving conflicts, and rebuilding trust by understanding root causes. Therapy also helps with intimacy, navigating life transitions, and addressing individual needs. By improving problem-solving skills and coping strategies, it fosters a healthier, more fulfilling relationship.

Couples Therapy

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Traumas can stem from various sources, including single incidents like accidents, natural disasters, or school shootings, as well as prolonged developmental issues such as neglect or abuse. Symptoms of trauma manifest across a broad spectrum, encompassing difficulties with eating and sleeping, heightened vigilance, dissociation, anxiety, depression, concentration challenges, and social withdrawal, among others. Post-trauma, some individuals may develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), marked by alterations in brain function affecting sleep, appetite, mood, and overall well-being.

Therapy offers a safe and supportive environment for individuals to process and understand their traumatic experiences, while also learning effective coping strategies to manage trauma-related symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and hypervigilance. Through trauma-informed approaches like Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), or Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), therapists help individuals reprocess and integrate their traumatic memories in a healthier way. Therapy also focuses on building coping skills, addressing feelings of shame and guilt, strengthening support networks, and promoting post-traumatic growth, empowering individuals to find meaning, resilience, and healing on their journey towards recovery.

Trauma Therapy

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At LLWC we provide a safe and healthy environment for individuals suffering from a substance use disorder or addiction. The substance counseling treatment is geared toward stimulating a recovery growth path for adult clients (17 years old and older), who desire to live a more fulfilled and meaningful life free of substances. The substance counseling offers a combined treatment approach offering addiction psycho-education courses, addiction counseling for clients and their supportive families; utilizing an effective evidence-based approach of education and skills such as DBT/CBT and Experiential Addiction therapy both individual and in groups.​


The substance counseling is an outpatient program guided by a specialized licensed clinical addiction specialist and/or a certified addiction counselor.  The substance counselor will do an intake process in order to individually assess and determine eligibility for services in an outpatient setting. 

Addiction Therapy

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