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Compassionate Care -

Compassion Care when you need someone who can light the way in your darkness, who can listen to you without judgement, and who can help guide you through your struggles and/or support you in your goals for personal growth can benefit you in so many ways.

  • Build better relationships

  • Get through a crisis at work

  • Deal with betrayal

  • Unravel the effects of trauma history

  • Conquer addiction problems


When you cannot quite figure things out or what has been getting in the way, it may be time to see professional help. Compassion and an empathetic ear are vital to a therapeutic relationship that can help you reflect, change unhelpful habits and behavior, or just get more honest with yourself and others. Compassionate care can ease the sorrow, help you to be your true self, and give hope that you can get actualize your many qualities.


Living a good life begins with building a strong foundation of self, principles, and core values. and knowing yourself. There are times when you may  be feeling lost or overwhelmed and want additional support for private matters. Compassionate care can help you  to make important changes that will improve your life. A professional counselor can help.


Learning to embrace yourself and adapt to change quickly can open up your world more than you ever imagined.​


Individual Counseling (all ages)

Couples Counseling

More About Couples Counseling

Marriage Counseling

Clinical Hypnosis

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Sexual Abuse by Clergy

Personal Counseling Services

Concierge Services

Anger Management

Lifestyle Counseling

Smoking Cessation

Stress Management

DSM-5-TR Mental Disorders

Autism Spectrum Disorder in Adults


Reflection & Self Awareness


Family problems

Depression and Anxiety

You may have landed here because you are looking for answers or solutions or because you are bothered or distressed and just want a professional to guide you through difficult times. My hope for you is that you will free yourself, and be lighter in spirit, as you reflect, and gain insight and awareness, in a supportive counseling space.

"Special attention and dedication to Ms. Amy Gould, Counselor, and also Walter Knake, Ph.D., for professional mental health and inspiration in a time of great adversity.”

L. M.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Not all wounds are visible


If you are someone you know is an imminent danger or in need of immediate care, go to the nearest Emergency Room or call 911.

You can also contact the the following crisis lines:

24 Hr. Crisis & Suicide Hotline


Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call or Text 988

988 Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255)

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