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Sometimes life is just hard, and some days are just rough, and sometimes you just gotta cry or scream before you can move forward ( and all that is ok...) You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress..... That is where I come in.


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Kelly Hurley

12 February 2019

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Growing up I can recall too many experiences where I needed help – like, really needed help – and I thought no one was there. I had to learn to help myself and be my own advocate, if you will. Those rough times may have made me stronger, but how nice it would have been if someone had been there to guide me. That’s the job of a counselor. Not someone to coddle you or do the work for you, but someone to provide a listening ear, unconditional positive regard, guidance, and helpful tools to help pull you out of your rough patches in life.

Despite the stigma that is often attached with seeing a counseling or doing therapy, it actually takes an amazingly courageous person to seek out and undergo counseling. Therapy requires one to search within themselves and expose all their vulnerabilities to a virtual stranger. That’s bravery. That’s strength. And I get the privilege of being a part of that, and I am truly humbled.

There are no two clients alike; everyone is so uniquely different. Each client teaches me just how extraordinary we, as humans, really are: we each find a way to cope with whatever life throws at us.


Providing teens with the opportunity to take part in their own counseling. Help teens improve their overall functioning at home, school, within the family, and with peers/social environment.

Helping Individuals increase self-awareness, encouraging self-exploration, identifying boundaries, enhancing communication skills and improving the use of healthy coping skills.

Helping couples to resolve conflicting verbal communication, increase intimacy, respect, and affection, remove barriers that create a feeling of stagnancy in conflicting situations, and create a heightened sense of empathy and understanding within the context of the relationship