Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHCs) are highly qualified, Master’s level, public service oriented mental health practitioners.

Our licensed mental health counselors are skilled in aiding clients who are coping with a wide array of concerns.  They specialize in many areas such as emotional challenges, mental health issues due to medical diagnoses, anxiety, phobias, depression, family conflict, eating disorders, job and career issues, personal growth, bereavement, trauma, and crime victimization.  Our therapists use talk therapy, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and various other theoretical orientations to facilitate positive change.

Music Therapy

Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a credentialed professional who has completed an approved music therapy program (American Music Therapy Association 2015).

Art Therapy

Art therapy uses art media, images, and the creative process, and respects patient/client responses to the created products as reflections of development, abilities, personality, interests, concerns, and conflicts.

It is a therapeutic means of reconciling emotional conflicts, fostering self-awareness, developing social skills, managing behavior, solving problems, reducing anxiety, aiding reality orientation, and increasing self-esteem (American Art Therapy Association, 2004).

Speech & Language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults (American Speech-Language Association 2015).



Our center works with adults from all walks of life to create a program that best suits their individual needs. We offer group and individual sessions, and address many different aspects of the life experience.

Our areas of specialty range from, everyday stress reduction and relaxation techniques, community music therapy and art, assistance in injury rehabilitation, and mental health therapeutic care and well-being.

We work together to address your individual needs so that you can navigate all of the joys and challenges that life presents with support and a holistic plan of care.



We offer individual sessions as well as an array of specialty groups to aid teens who face the challenges of; depression, anxiety, social issues, cultural concerns, eating disorders, emotional trauma, diagnoses of developmental disability, neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury, acquired brain injury as well as various other complexities.

The treatment plan and progress of each client is documented over time to ensure quality and efficacy of care.



We offer individual and group sessions for children of all ages and abilities. Our treatment plans are fashioned to meet the individual needs of the child and an informative packet is given upon beginning the expressive therapy journey.

Progress is documented during each session and goals and objectives are tracked and updated as needed. Assessments and generalized summaries of progress are available upon request.

For detailed information about our current group schedule for children please feel free to contact us or review our Events Calendar under the News tab within the menu bar.



Individual sessions are for the one on one therapy experience. WCET therapists provide support for behavioral health concerns, mental health concerns, and mental health concerns due to medical diagnoses.  Each individual comes with their own strengths, and we take the time to develop your specific treatment plan together.

The session is generally 45 minutes long, the last 15 minutes of the hour is for documentation, and consultation.



Our group sessions focus on bringing people together through the expressive arts. Groups are kept small for optimal social experiences and are led by one of our experienced therapists.

Groups are made by careful assessment and clinical need. Members are usually looking for a community atmosphere to work with others through a socially connected therapeutic process.