Counseling Services

Our professional counselors provide compassionate and culturally sensitive care for individuals, couples and families seeking improved emotional health.

Consider counseling for:

  • Personal exploration and growth
  • Treatment for depression, bipolar and anxiety
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Managing stress
  • Navigating life transitions
  • Relationship concerns
  • Grief and loss

Alexandra Leichter, MSW, LCSW

Falling in love is addictive. It is your brain on cocaine. It is full of warmth, light and energy. It is electric.

Until, it isn’t.

Many things can divert a once happy relationship  – an affair, babies (yes babies!), financial stress, chronic illness, feeling unappreciated, feeling tired, family, a break in trust, job loss. When these things occur it can help to have a neutral third party to talk to. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and years ago I was in couples counseling myself. 17 years later I am still in that same, committed relationship, and going strong. This is why I am so passionate about my job and why I only work with couples: I know it works. I offer free phone consultations and I look forward to speaking with you soon.

Jeffrey Peyton, LPC, NCC, CADC-II

For over 15 years, Jeff has devoted himself to the care and emotional wellbeing of adolescents, young adults and their families. Known for his calm and compassionate style, Jeff is highly regarded for his ability to quickly build rapport with teens, while bringing deep understanding and clinical skills to the unique challenges young people face.

Jeff loves supporting teens doing the hard work of healing and growing emotionally, and was drawn to the honest experience of living and working as a “family” in the beauty of the natural world. In 2013, Jeff opened his private practice and quickly became in high demand for his expertise in adolescent mental health.

Jeff has received additional advanced training in the treatment of substance abuse and addiction, behavioral treatment of ADHD, EMDR and the treatment of trauma, family therapy, parent coaching, and the application of mindfulness practices in psychotherapy.