Welcome to Psychological & Counseling Associates, P.C.

Helping You Find & Forge Your Own Path

Welcome and thank you for your interest in the services provided at Psychological & Counseling Associates, PC. We recognize people can feel overwhelmed and may need help identifying and dealing with their problems. We also recognized that people may sometimes also seek help to reach personal life goals; to become the best that they can be. Psychological & Counseling Associates understands these goals and uniquely provides a range of professional services to meet them.

You are not alone. At Psychological and Counseling Associates, our team can provide you the support and guidance needed to help you face and overcome the challenges and adversity that is thrown your way.


Message about Covid-19

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COVID-19 is having a significant impact on the lives of everyone, and with an increase in anxiety, depression, isolation, and general stress, Psychological & Counseling Associates strive to be here to support you throughout. We are offering psychotherapy through telehealth.  Research shows this modality to be effective and most clients see positive results

Psychological & Counseling Associates is taking extra precautions by increasing the frequency of cleaning and limiting the number of in-office visits. We do have specific guidelines for the limited in-office visits.  If you have any questions, please contact our office at 256-837-2127 or email us at psycounselingassociates@gmail.com.

Please do your part to stop the spread of Covid-19. For the latest COVID-19 updates, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.

Ways to increase the benefits of telehealth:


  1. Do your best to engage in your normal routine before therapy.For example, get into a comfortable space prior to your appointment, and center yourself.
  2. Minimize distractions.Prior to the pandemic, your in-person psychotherapy was in the comfort of your therapist’s office, which offered minimal distractions. Try to keep the same practice while engaging in your telehealth sessions. Find a secluded area where you can safely explore your thoughts and feelings. If you do not have one in your home, find a quiet space outside.
  3. Notice disconnection.Whether in-person or not, we have countless ways of avoiding discomfort during therapy sessions. Even if you minimize distractions, you may notice your mind wandering during a session. Instead of feeling guilty, be curious as to what is making you want to escape from the moment. Be a nonjudgmental observer.
  4. Within reason, aim for growth and change. In addition to the emotional and psychological impact of the pandemic, we all still have the same issues from the pre-pandemic days. Consider how you are coping with the pandemic in similar ways to the way that you coped with life before the pandemic. Explore where you learned to cope in this way. Consider areas where you would like to change. Consider the risks that you will have to take to make the changes you desire. However, set realistic expectations and give yourself loads of compassion.
  5. Shift your focus to the Here and Now. We are all going through trauma right now. Try to focus on your experience of what is going in internally instead of staying topical. Work to process your thoughts and feelings, and this will likely lead you to some familiar ground. In psychotherapy, we always have what happened in the past, what is happening outside the therapy room, and what is happening in the “here and now” inside the therapy room. Those experiences between you and your therapist can be most healing and growth-promoting.

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We offer realistic, workable solutions that can help you take control of your life.

Overcome depression, anxiety, eating, and other major disorders

Heal from sexual, mental, emotional, and substance abuse.

Change negative teen behavior.

Identify academic challenges and strengths.

Become a better parent.

Rediscover the joy in your marriage or relationship.

Find relief from grief and guilt.

Manage stress and anger.

Develop better communication and interpersonal skills.


We offer psychological and educational  evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults with generalized stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, learning challenges and ADHD, and more. 

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy is a form of psychotherapy or individual counseling in which the client and the clinician meet one-on-one (usually from 45 to 50 minutes).

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is for couples who are in a relationship, married or not. The focus of couples therapy is to identify the presence of dissatisfaction and distress in the relationship, and to devise and implement a treatment plan.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is diverse. There are two general ways of categorizing group therapy, by the time limits set on the duration of the group, and by the focus of the group and the way group members are selected.

Family Therapy

The goal of family therapy is to help family members improve communication, solve family problems, understand and handle special family situations (for example, death, serious physical or mental illness, or child and adolescent issues), and create a better functioning home environment.

Can Therapy Help?

At times we need outside help from a trained licensed professional to work through difficulties and obstacles we face in life. Psychotherapy has been proven to help people of all ages live healthier, more productive lives. According to research, some forms of psychotherapy can effectively decrease a person’s depression, anxiety, and related physical health symptoms, such as pain, fatigue, and nausea. This allows a person’ overall health to increase. Research shows psychotherapy helps individuals with emotional struggles better than those that go untreated.

Find Your Balance. 

We offer a diverse group of mental health professions. The clinical services provided are instrumental in caring for a wide range of therapy and assessment needs in the community.  Persons referred to us present with a wider range of issues. Our clients may present with complex and severe emotional, behavior, character logical disorders to clients seeking personal growth and understanding. Specifically, we provide individual, marital, and family psychotherapy, psychological testing, psychological assessment, individual, academic, and vocational counseling.  Psychological & Counseling Associates services children, teens/adolescents, collegiate students, adults, and seniors from various cultural backgrounds in a variety of clinical settings.