1. Marriage Counseling

  2. Family Conflict / Parenting

  3. Depression / Suicidal Ideation

  4. I.O.P. Relapse Prevention

  5. Addictions:

  6. Drugs

  7. Alcohol

  8. Cutting / Self Harm

  9. Gambling

  10. Social Media

  11. Food Addictions

  12. Co-Dependency (More Info)

  13. Sexual Addictions

  14. Life Skills Counseling:

  15. Coping Skills

  16. Problem Solving Skills

  17. Basic Living Skills

  18. Social Skills

  19. Independent Living Skills

  20. Character Building

  21. Setting Healthy Boundaries

At times, life presents challenges that may become too difficult to navigate without a little bit of guidance and support.  At Ascent, our counseling services are provided in a confidential, safe, and private setting to help our clients work through those tough times in life, so they are able to function in a much healthier manner.

At Ascent, the following Adult and Family counseling services are provided:

  1. Disabilities

  2. Rehabilitation Counseling (More Info)

  3. IDOC – Reintegration

  4. Spiritual Stagnation

  5. Motivational Issues

  6. Isolation

  7. Rejection

  8. Abandonment

  9. Grief / Loss

  10. Vocational & Career Counseling

  11. Fear / Anxiety

  12. Anger

The adolescent phase of human development typically begins prior to the teenage years. During this important time of transition into adulthood, our youth face prevalent and powerful influences that may lead to distressed relationships, poor coping strategies, and maladaptive behaviors that have the ability to take good people and their families on a difficult journey. 

At Ascent, adolescent issues are understood. Our clients quickly discover that the counseling environment is safe, confidential, and non-judgmental, where unconditional acceptance and respect are given.

Some of the areas that are addressed with our adolescent population include:

  1. Anger

  2. Rebellion

  3. Disrespect

  4. Issues with Authority

  5. Entitlement

  6. Negative Peer Influences

  7. Cutting

  8. Bullying

  9. Irrational / Faulty Thinking

  10. Substance Use / Abuse Eating Disorders

  11. Poor Body Image

  12. Sexual Promiscuity

  13. Attention Seeking

  1. Problematic Usage of Social Media, Texting, Video Games, etc.

  2. Problems with Peers

  3. Insecurities / Lack of Confidence

  4. Fear  / Anxiety / Stress

  5. Depression

  6. Suicidal Ideation

  7. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

  8. Oppositional Defiance

  9. Isolation

  10. Family Conflict

  11. Issues Related to Divorce / Blended Families

  12. Unresolved Grief / Loss