Counseling for Adolescents & Emerging Adults
Check out our counselors below and find the approach that most resonates with you.
It is important to note that we do NOT specialize in court or legal proceedings, and any pre-licensed counselor cannot be considered an "expert witness" and will not be seen as such in a court of law. Should you need support or advisement for the purpose of divorce, parenting, or coparenting issues involving a legal team or judge, please see the link below for our counselor recommendations.
Lauren Browning, TEMP-LPC
Lauren enjoys the collaborative approach in counseling that allows for the client to be the expert of their lives. She works with you to discover the best ways to achieve your goals and find hope in challenging situations. Her goal for all she works with is the pursuit of health, healing, and growth while preparing to face the next season of their lives.
Kristen Webster, MMFT
Kristen is a skilled listener and enjoys the process of working with others to find creative solutions to life’s difficult problems. She is passionate about working with her clients through challenging life adjustments, anxiety, depression, and codependency.
Kristen’s philosophy is that therapy can be brief and focused on specific issues or extended work to process complex situations. She believes in working together to decide what process works best for you in order to achieve your goals and discover solutions to the challenges of life and relationships.
Alex MacWilliam, MMFT
Healing is the cornerstone of Alex’s work. Whether it’s social media addiction, grief, or religious trauma, he will hold space for your story and help you find practical solutions. For those who need support in the LBGTQIA+ community, Alex has a heart to walk alongside you in your journey for identity and love. He also has a passion for those dealing with codependency; he wants to help you find your voice and develop healthy boundaries.
Lauren Lowery, MMFT
As each individual is unique, Lauren believes that no two therapy processes are the same. She primarily utilizes an attachment-based lens, understanding that the way we attach as children plays a direct role in how we attach to others around us as adults. She hopes to help clients understand themselves in the context of a larger system.