Supportive counseling is designed to help patients deal with their emotional distress and problems in living.  The approach includes comforting, advising, encouraging, reassuring, and mostly listening, attentively and sympathetically.  The therapist provides an emotional outlet, the chance for patients to express themselves and be themselves.  Also the therapist may inform patients about their illness and about how to manage and how to adjust to it.  Over the course of treatment, the therapist may have to intercede on a patients’s behalf with various authorities, including schools and social agencies, and with the patient’s family-indeed, with all of thoses with whom the patient may be contending. (Psychology Today)

What our clients are saying


“Paul not only helped our family with his services, but he made us feel welcome and cared for each time we saw him. The environment made our treatment feel relaxed, unrushed, and valuable. Paul was flexible with our busy schedule and was always available if we needed assistance. We would absolutely recommend his services. Our marriage and lives are better managed and more successful because of Paul. We owe him and his business a debt of gratitude.”

Henry L.

“Paul has worked with me and helped me through the most difficult times of my years. He is an exceptionally skilled and compassionate therapist who has helped me increase my self confidence and build better relationships with others. Paul continually reminds me that life is an amazing journey by empathizing, listening to what I have to say and giving me the courage to be the best me. Thank you for always being there for me Paul!”

S. M.

“You’re making a difference, a difference that has touched me and I can say many, many others. Thank you so much!”

Mary H.