We are a collaborative, independently operated practice.

We accept most insurance plans.
We also offer a discount for those not having or wanting to use insurance. 

Chad Welch, LCPC, AMTP

Paige Towers, LMFT

Jennifer Gerlach MA, LCSW

Brittany Pierson, LCPC

Mindy Harms-Coleman LCPC, Art Therapist

Brad Wahlig, LPC

Christine Benton, LPC

Our Team

Chad Welch


When choosing a therapist it is important to consider many different perspectives. First and most importantly, is this someone that you will be comfortable working with? Education and experience are also factors in the decision. However, when it comes right down to it, it’s about connecting. All the great tools that a therapist may have will do no good if you do not connect with them. I have heard from many of my clients about negative experiences in the past with therapists and how they feel like nothing really happened. I believe my clients experience this differently. If I cannot assist and we don’t connect, I will use my network to ensure you connect with the right therapist. For me, it is about the success of the client, not adding a client. I have been trained in IMAGO relationship theory and  EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) and enjoy working with couples. I also enjoy working with men who are not sure about this whole counseling thing. I am also certified in Anger Management If you’re stuck and have lost some of the joy of living and laughing, let’s connect. 

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Paige Towers


I would be happy to answer any questions about hours, cost, and how I can help you over the phone or via e-mail. I do offer flexible morning, afternoon, and evening hours. I work primarily with couples, teens, families, and adult individuals. I strive to create a safe, non-judgmental environment. I work with couples that are dealing with repeat arguments, communication problems, trust issues, and affairs. I also work with adult individuals that struggle with relationship issues, as well as anxiety, depression, and life dissatisfactions. In addition, I work with teens that are struggling with parents, school, friends, anxiety, depression, and risky behaviors.

I have my Master's degree in marriage and family therapy from Adler University in Chicago. My specialty is working with relationships of all types (dating, marriage, parent/teen, parent/child, etc.). I also have been trained in IMAGO Relationship Therapy which informs my work with clients.

I also work in a collaborative environment which allows clients to receive a variety of counseling services at one location.

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Brittany Pierson


Everyone needs help sometimes. We use the resources, strategies, and supports that we have to work through the difficult times in life, but can reach the point where we need something more to face the challenges that we're up against. If you or someone you love is at a point where life's burdens have become too great, know that you're not alone. My goal as a therapist is to walk with you and help you carry those burdens by offering hope, support, and strategies to face your challenges. There is no better time to seek help.

I work with adults, adolescents, and children in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, adjustment, stress management, work/life balance, relationship, infertility, prenatal/pregnancy/postpartum stress, and faith based counseling.

I look forward to talking with you and answering any questions that you may have.

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Brad Wahlig


My counseling style is family-centered and blends a variety of therapeutic elements. One of our goals in therapy will be self-actualization - setting & achieving personal goals that will help you realize your full potential.

As a Veteran, I have a specific interest in working with Veterans and their families. I specialize in PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and in adults with developmental disabilities. I also work with individuals experiencing a range of symptoms: depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, substance use, grief, chronic stress, and attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). I have specific experience working with teens and also with the unique grief of a loved one who is suicidal or who has died by suicide. 

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Mindy Harms-Coleman

LCPC, Art Therapist

 My approach to counseling is an integrated one, which means that I look at all aspects of the individual without discrimination or prejudice.  My style is one that infuses creativity, warmth, hopefulness and humor. 

 Our time together will be healing centered and focused on your personal  goals while we journey toward self discovery. 

I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults. I specialize in treating trauma, PTSD, addictions, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, phase of life issues, grief and loss, LGBTQIA, compassion fatigue, caregiver burnout and help for the helpers. 

 Check out my profile at: healingcenteredcounseling.com 

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Christine Benton


I am a licensed professional counselor who understands that life can sometimes get pretty messy. I believe one of the most important aspects of therapy is the therapeutic relationship, as it allows you to experience trust and to feel comfortable exploring parts of your life that may be presenting a challenge. With compassion and understanding, I will work with you to help build on your strengths and attain the personal growth you are committed to accomplishing. I am also dedicated to using evidence-based practice on a variety of presenting concerns you may have including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, stress-management, parenting, and many other issues. I am  certified in ADHD across the lifespan and am passionate about working with kids who struggle with this issue. I make every determination to keep up with the most current treatment modalities in order to provide you with the best care. 

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Jennifer Gerlach


Your story matters. And you are more than a story. People usually seek therapy when trying to make sense of a piece of their story or trying to create a new chapter.

My approach to therapy seeks to hear your story as we both learn more about who you are and what matters to you. I love to help people improve their relationships with themselves and other. I have specialization in recovery from mental health challenges such as Depression, self-harm, Borderline Personality, Bipolar Disorder and voice hearing/psychosis. I also have experience helping adolescents and adults on the Autism Spectrum seeking their way in a neurodiverse world. Still, my focus is on people over diagnosis.

I have training in ACT, DBT, EMDR, and CBT. I use these as tools where it makes sense for a given person. If you are interested in something specific, like EMDR, we can go that route. Or, we can draw up a map together as we go. Feel free to reach out and we can talk about your story, and what you are looking for.

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