One of the most important components of psychotherapy is the rapport between the patient and therapist. Therapists on staff are gifted listeners and encouragers and enjoy being a "safe place" for patients to share and be their authentic selves. We are honored to be trusted for your counseling needs. The staff of RESTORE provides a nonjudgmental, compassionate space while utilizing extensive education and experience to help point clients in the direction of healing.
The Restore team is composed of licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, and social workers. We also have ordained ministers, biblical counselors, certified life coaches, licensing candidates, and masters level interns. Our variety of training and experience provide options for our clients.
To read the bios and credentials for each team member, please click their picture below. Counselors are listed in alphabetical order by first name.
Biblical Counselors and Life Coaches
Professional photos courtesy of Melanie Foster Photography
How do I know if a therapist is right for me?
Does it seem like the therapist truly cares about you and your problems?
Do you feel as if the therapist understands you?
Does the therapist accept you for who you are?
Would you feel comfortable revealing personal information to this individual?
Do you feel as if you can be honest and open with this therapist? That you don’t have to hide or pretend you’re someone that you’re not?
Is the therapist a good listener? Does he or she listen without interrupting, criticizing, or judging? Pick up on your feelings and what you’re really saying? Make you feel heard?