Clinical Counseling Associates offers a variety of innovative services to meet the needs of our patients. The therapists at CCA use modern approaches to create an individualized treatment plan that is unique to each individual and their life experiences. Below is information on available services. Schedule an appointment today to begin your therapeutic journey!

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Individual therapy is a process where an individual works with a trained therapist to help process feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, or work towards a desired change. Individuals may work on a variety of topics, including depression, anxiety, trauma or PTSD, addiction, grief, or major life challenges (e.g., divorce). This process may last for as few as five sessions, or for a year or more, depending on each individual's unique needs and goals. Click the link below to get started with one of our professional therapists.

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CCA offers marital and couples in intimate relationships with conflicts, miscommunication, difficulty problem-solving, religious differences, parenting, boundary, decision-making, negotiating roles, whether to separate, divorce, forgive, or reconcile. Your therapist will see both persons together for most sessions, however, some individual sessions will be needed to understand issues one person may have difficulty expressing directly to their partner. This understanding will assist the therapist in helping each person find the best way to communicate. We listen and understand each person individually to help find the best solutions as a couple. If you would like to improve the quality of your relationship, let us assist you by clicking the link below.

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Family Therapy is a form of psychotherapy for working with families to resolve problems, set healthy boundaries, promote healthy dynamics, nurture change, and improve communication. At CCA, we use family therapy when there are difficulties with interactions between family members. The family system is the identified patient, and relationships the primary focus. Family therapy is used to resolve problems and foster growth. We work with alcohol & substance abuse, divorce, blended families, adoption, parenting, adolescence, ‘empty nest’, & aging parents. Our goal is to collaborative with families to find solutions. To set up a family session, click on the link below.

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CCA is renowned for services provided to first responders, military personal, and their families. Several of the clinicians at CCA specialize and are passionate about providing services to this important population. Services are available for firefighters, law enforcement officers, paramedics, EMT's, active duty military personal, veterans, and other individuals designated or trained to respond to an emergency. If you are interested in setting up an appointment, click the link below to schedule.

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CCA has several EMDR trainied Therapists. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) - EMDR is a type of therapy to help individuals process through upsetting memories or events in life (past, present, or future). During EMDR, the therapist guides patients through some type of bilateral stimulation (such as moving the eyes or tapping hands back and forth, right to left) while the patient thinks about the memory or event. This process helps individuals work through the memory and unpleasant emotions. EMDR is helpful for a variety of conditions, including trauma or PTSD, grief, phobias, pain, substance use disorder, and anxiety. If you are interested in EMDR Therapy, click the link below to get started.



Therapist Jill Robinson is a Registered Play Therapist (RPT). Play therapy is when "trained play therapists use the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development" (Association for Play Therapy). Play therapists are trained in recognizing each child's developmental level and finding ways to best communicate and interact with children, using play. Play therapy is a useful intervention for a variety of behavioral problems and disorders, including anger, grief and loss, divorce, trauma, ADHD, autism, anxiety, and depression. Click the link below to schedule an appointment.

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CCA is excited to announce our Pet Therapy Program! The purpose of animal therapy is to improve patient’s social, emotional, and mental functioning with the support of animal. Pet therapy is available with Jill Robinson and dog Thor or Sheena Slack and cat Niko (pictured above). Thor is a Siberian Husky and Niko is Bengal cat. Niko is hypoallergenic, meaning those with feline allergies are unlikely to have a reaction. Both animals are up to date on vacations, in good physical and behavioral health, and have approval from their veterinarian to participate in animal-assisted therapy. Both animals are looking forward to providing therapy services. For more information on Thor and Niko check out our their bio on our therapist page. Click the link below for to schedule.

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CCA has two licensed therapists who specialize in the field of addiction. These clinicians understand substance use disorder and work with patients to achieve their goals. Achieving and maintaining sobriety is a difficult journey but it can be accomplished! In sessions, our therapists help to identify triggers, develop healthy coping skills, repair damaged relationships, process past traumas, and most importantly assist with reclaiming self-worth and value. It is estimated 1 in 7 people abuse or are addicted to nicotine, alcohol or other drugs. This is more than the number of Americans with heart conditions, diabetes, or cancer. If you are struggling with substance use disorder, you are not alone! CCA is here to help! The first step is always the hardest. Click the link below to take that step.
CCA has therapists certified to provide Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) assessments as stipulated by Department of Transportation regulations. To schedule an assessment, click on the link below.

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CCA offers therapy for adolescents and preteens. Teenage years are some of the toughest for many individuals. There are many sources of stress pertaining to peer relationships, school, home environment, bullying, concerns for the future, self-image, and social media. In addition, many teens are struggling with anxiety, depression, and self-harm. The therapists at CCA use modern approaches to connect with teens and help them make improvements in problem areas. If you feel your child would benefit from any of our services, click the link below to get started.



Telehealth is an innovative web-based therapy option that allows our patients to attend sessions from the comfort of their own home. Our encrypted platform ensures the sessions are just as private as if you were in our office. With telehealth all you need is a smart phone, laptop, or tablet to access your therapist anytime, from anywhere. Click the link below to get started.

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CCA currently partners with several local universities to provide internship opportunities for students interested in providing clinical services. These interns use experience gained from their education and observation of seasoned counselors at CCA to provide discounted counseling services. All interns are under direct clinical supervision with a CCA professional for the duration of the internship. This is a great option for individuals who would benefit from a discounted rate due to unexpected life circumstances, not having insurance, or insurance with a high deductible. The current discounted rate is $60.00 per session. If you want to learn more about this program or setup an appointment, click the link below.



CCA offers our services through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). We are in contract with several local and national companies to offer behavioral health services to their employees with little to no cost to them. Contact your HR department today to see if your company participates in the Employee Assistance Program.



CCA is putting the finishing touches on our Adolescent Outpatient Behavioral Health & Substance Use Disorder Program. The program is twelve weeks and includes group, individual, and family therapy. Teens will learn to manage behavioral health symptoms, achieve sobriety, obtain emotional regulation, set boundaries, develop healthy coping mechanisms, improve interpersonal relationships, and more. If you are a parent or a teen seeking help, this program may be exactly what you are looking for. Please click on the link below for additional information.