Jack L. Hileman, M.Div., M.A., LMFT
I am an ordained United Methodist clergy with over 30 years in the local church pastorate. My approach to counseling is rooted in spiritual awareness that respects the belief system and/or doubts of every individual.
With special training in relationships and over 25 years counseling families in crisis, I am an expert in healing relationships and helping individuals heal from relationships that have ended.
I have special training to help you heal from the effects of trauma of all types. (EMDR and Ego State).
Linda Hileman, M.S., Ed.S., LCMHC
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As a therapist I seek to guide, encourage and assist women and couples through difficult or uncertain times in their lives. Learning how to navigate through relationships and getting the love that we need can be daunting. Clients should expect there to be freedom and openness in a safe environment. It is my desire that those who enter into the counseling relationship should also find keys to understanding themselves and skills to cope with the various issues that may bring them there. Counseling is a helping relationship. It is a place where trust and mutual respect abide. It is also a place for goal setting and moving forward.
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Gottman relationship/couples therapy and seminars! I've been there. After trying everything and still ending up in a divorce, I decided to learn how to do relationship the right way. After a ton of research, I ended up completing all three levels of training in the Gottman method. I really did it for me, so that I wouldn't make the same mistakes again. But you can benefit from what I learned.
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Relational healing (for all types of relationship)
Grief and Loss
"Sandwich Generation" (caught between kids and elderly parents)
Mood Disorders- Depression, Anxiety, Bi-Polar Disorder
Trauma treatment and diagnosis- adult and childhood
Clergy and Clergy Family issues
We accept private-pay and most insurance. You will be asked for your insurance information before the first appointment. We are happy to file your in-network insurance claims. You are, however, responsible for payment of your bill in the event that your insurance company denies your claim.
Self-pay Payment plans will be discussed upon your first visit. Co-Pay/deductable is expected at time of service. When you call for an appointment, our office manager will return your call and ask for insurance and demographic information.