List of Services

  • Individual Counseling

  • Couples Counseling

  • Family Counseling

  • Addictions and Recovery

  • Depression, Stress and Anxiety

  • Relationships

  • Co-dependency

  • Life Coaching

  • Business Consulting

  • Work and Career Issues

  • Conflict resolution

Life is not an endurance test.

WorkLifeStrategies can help you break away from underlying issues and develop the relationships you want and need to fulfill your life. It is for living and loving, which involves healthy, constructive relationships. Problems, left unresolved, can consume an otherwise good relationship.

Employee Assistance Provider:

At WorkLifeStrategies, we are the top choice for your bottom line. Employees may not be able to keep their personal problems at home. Because your employees are your most valuable asset, a wise investment would be to help them find solutions to their problems.


At WorkLifeStrategies, we help individuals prepare a goal plan for achievement. The conflict between keeping a good relationship, while maintaining a career and social life, can leave an individual feeling alone, confused, stressed, and without direction. Individual psychotherapy is a treatment choice for individuals experiencing relationship difficulties, feelings of hopelessness, sadness, or depression, problems with sleeping or eating, and feelings of anxiety or panic.

Couples and Families:

At WorkLifeStrategies, we believe that relationship and family problems can help people to grow on a personal level and improve their togetherness. Past resentments and other fears can interfere with current relationships without realizing it. These reactions become so much a part of how people relate, it may be difficult for partners to see any alternative. Couples experiencing difficulties such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness, feelings of anger, resentment, or dissatisfaction, lack of physical relationship with one another, can benefit from couples therapy. Family therapy is for those experiencing ongoing difficulties in relationships between parents and children, siblings, as well as members of blended families.