Our Services 

  • Individual Counseling

    • Adult & Adolescents

    • Children 

      • Play Therapy

  • Couples & Family 

  • Group Counseling

  • Clinical Supervision

  • Internships (MA/ Ph.D.)

  • LPC supervision hours

  • Counseling Research Mentorship

Forge Counseling Collective has teamed up with the following organizations:

  • Crime Victim Compensation

      • Crime victim compensation is a government program to reimburse victims of violent crimes- such as assault, homicide, rape, and, in some states, burglary - as well as their families for many of their out-of-pocket expenses.

  • Second Wind Fund

    • Second Wind Fund (SWF) provides funded therapy for youth at risk for suicide who are unable to receive therapy without our help. Referrals for SWF-funded therapy must come from a school mental health staff or another qualified referral source (QRS) who is a mental health professional.

  • Foundation 1023 

    • ​​Foundation 1023 is committed to supporting the emotional and mental wellness of First Responders and their support network who are experiencing illness, loss or stressful life events by providing confidential funding for emotional and mental wellness services

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  • Individual Counseling

For those wanting to do some soul searching....

Feeling stuck? Overwhelmed? Have you considered attending counseling just haven't taken that first step? You're NOT alone! Individual counseling can be a great way to start healing from old wounds, develop deeper insight into your personality and behaviors. It's not always easy to get the ball rolling, You're on the right track. You don't need to attend therapy for years before a change occurs! We all have the innate capability and tendency to develop our full potential. So let's take that next step to move forward with a more healthy & balanced life.


  • Couples Counseling

For those in it together....

 Relationships can be the most rewarding while also extremely difficult or challenging. We learn a lot about ourselves through our relationship experiences. Over time, couples can start to feel stuck or stagnant. Counseling can be highly effective to start moving couples in the right direction.

  • Do you find that you and your partner are involved in the following?

  • Disagreeing more frequently - without effectively resolving the issues?

  • Do you feel like you are involved in the same cyclic patterns and unable to find an effective way out?

  • Avoiding each other?

  • Struggling with feeling invalidated or unheard from your partner?

  • Considering divorce or separation?

  • Has your sex life or drive decreased?

  • Are you feeling resentful over unresolved past wounds?

  • Counseling for teens

For the ones in between....

Adolescents and teens have their own unique set of challenges that elicits the need to create a space in which they can gain greater insight into their thoughts, actions, and emotions. Forge Clinicians assist teens in discovering their strengths, encourage self-reflection, and promote empowerment to make changes. Through each clinician’s unique approach, and genuine engagement healthy relationships are created to assist youths in uncovering their potential to successfully manage their needs. The Clinicians at Catalytic strive to create a safe space for teens while incorporating family work to build strong connections and relationships within the home. 

  • What is play therapy....

For the young ones....

Play is the natural language of children, and children can express their thoughts and feelings through play.  Often children do not have the words to express their feelings or experiences, so they express how they feel by acting out.  When children have the opportunity to communicate how they feel through play, they many times feel better because their feelings have been released.  Play therapy is shown to be very effective with children between the ages of 2-12.  

  • What is group therapy....

You're not alone...

Group counseling is unique in that it provides an opportunity to connect with other people who are working towards growth in their lives, to connect, learn from and teach one another. Topics of groups vary and are tailored to the needs of the individuals who participate. Most groups have 6 - 10 members and meet weekly.

What makes group counseling helpful...

Many elements of the group have been noted to be helpful to clients. These include feelings of universality (knowing you aren’t alone), altruism (helping others), improving relationship skills, gaining hope for yourself and others, and building solid connections with others in a safe and structured environment.

What is important to know...

Group counseling lead by a licensed professional counselor is held to the same confidentiality and privacy as individual counseling. We ask all members of the group to respect this level of confidentiality, and outside relationship are discouraged.