At some point, we’ll all experience a painful or challenging time.
Whether you’re feeling depressed, your marriage is in trouble, you lost someone you love, or can’t stop feeling anxious, our clinical counselors can help.
Receive personalized and Christ-centered support from specialized clinical counselors. Our diverse team of counselors, each having earned their Master’s Degrees in Clinical Counseling, has the experience and education required to walk with you on your journey or find you the help that you need. We want you to experience healing, find freedom, and gain the tools and wisdom you need to live relationally, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually healthy lives.
Value for Everyone
We serve all types of people and all types of issues. No matter what you’ve gone through before or what you’re going through now, our aim is to provide professional support that is low cost and high quality. For a 50-minute session, we suggest a donation of $55, but are willing to accommodate if cost is an issue for you.
5374 Darrow Rd, Hudson, OH
All sessions take place at The Block, a beautiful, modern, and comfortable location with private meeting rooms. The Block is conveniently located on Route 91, between Hudson and Stow.
“Counseling with Karen has provided a sense of hope and a safe space of refuge for me, amidst a tumultuous couple years of suffering and loss. She offers me encouragement and challenge where I need it, and I am grateful.”
Office Hours & Appointment Scheduling
Our clinicians are seen by appointment only. Counseling hours and days vary, depending on the individual clinician’s schedule and counselee’s needs. To make an appointment, please email [email protected] or call her at 330.650.9533 x220 anytime Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Confidential messages can be left anytime on Nicole’s voicemail or email, and they will be returned promptly after being received.
We understand that clinical counseling isn’t the best next step for every person, because what you’re going through is unique to you. If meeting one-on-one sounds like too much right now, maybe you’ll find the rest you need in one of our support groups that meet regularly.