- Pre-marital, Marriage, & Family Therapy
- Child & Adolescent Therapy
- Temperament Therapy
DaCelle Counseling & Enterprises
We offer a discreet, safe, and judgment free environment
for our clients to share their experiences and to explore ways to find the restoration they need.
At DaCelle Counseling & Enterprises, we focus on assisting our clients spirit, soul, and body because one cannot have spiritual maturity without emotional stability nor emotional stability without spiritual maturity. Of course, let’s not forget the need for a healthy physical body to support it all.
We approach our work holistically by using a wellness model versus an illness model where we accentuate and encourage the strength of our clients, not their perceived weaknesses. We believe that the therapeutic process works best when it is based on mutual trust and respect. As a result, we strive to help our clients to feel empowered by playing a role in their own restoration, and we focus on making sure that they know that we truly care about partnering with them to get them from where they are to where they need to be.
We are skilled in implementing therapeutic interventions
designed to help clients challenged by a range of circumstances.
- unanticipated life events
- interpersonal discord
- social injustice
- worksite disruption & career issues
- marital issues
- grief & loss
- anger management
- child & adolescent issues
- divorce care
- spiritual disconnects
- and more!
At DaCelle Counseling & Enterprises, we take a developmental perspective to therapy and assume that people will grow and change throughout their lives, so we are patient in assisting our clients through their various transitions. We also understand the principles of human development, psychology, spirituality, mental health, and human behavior and are affective in establishing, helping, and maintaining relationships with individuals from diverse cultures and diverse spiritual backgrounds.
We are also skilled in the assessment of people and their situations; effective in communication and listening skills; diagnosis and treatment of emotional disorders; and in the application of cognitive (this counseling theory focuses on how people’s thinking can change feelings and behaviors); and behavioral (based on the belief that behavior is learned), strategies to facilitate change.