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The Center is devoted to restoring relationships, healing those suffering from addiction, undoing loneliness and finding peace and rest in the midst of life. We look to protect, validate and comfort our clients who are distressed or struggling with emotional and/or relational problems. Our philosophy is based on sound Christian principles, research-based therapy, aspects of neurology:
a holistic approach to heal the person. 

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Felt right at home instantly. So blessed! Everything about the process made me feel welcomed and removed the stress of starting therapy. Abbey was extremely welcoming and set me right at ease. Thank you!

R.K.

After working with Michael through childhood wounds and the patterns and behaviors that stemmed from them, I am not who I was. I have grown in confidence, self-value, and gentleness with both myself and others... I am so grateful for the freedom and permission to discover the best and most authentic version of myself.

S.K.

Michael is a blessing in my life. He is an answer to prayer. He is a dedicated, knowledgeable, Catholic psychologist. He gives careful, considerate counseling and has been an enormous blessing to me and my family. I highly recommend Michael.

Catholic Wife & Mother

The Think Tank

Suicide and Self Harm in Children and Teens

As a parent I try to ensure that my children are safe and protected. I shield them from parts of the external world that may be adverse to their spiritual, moral and/or natural development....Read more

Life is Hard

I watched a great interview recently between Matt Fradd and Peter Kreeft. In one excerpt of the interview (see https://youtu.be/NhNkFgJhHyE around 8 minutes in) the two were speaking of some of our struggles to...Read more

What Will the Neighbors Think?

One of my favorite assignments in graduate school was writing a paper on my cultural background and how this might affect my approach as a counselor. I’ve always enjoyed history and exploring dynamics...Read more