Individual, Family & Couples Counseling

Counseling can bring about insight and change in a person’s life.  April A. Hannah offers her counseling services in a CONFIDENTIAL, private and comfortable office setting.

You will find the length of sessions, what to expect at your intake or healing session, and more information about how each service can be of help to you. Please note that counseling services can not be combined with Holistic Services. You will be asked to make a choice at your intake call as to which service you are seeking. This is due to licensure restrictions and guidelines of LMHC.

Individual Counseling

Counseling sessions for individuals typically last 50 minutes. April offers flexible payments and a sliding scale fee.

What to expect at your intake session:
The first counseling session tends to take a little longer than a typical counseling session because April likes to gather a full social history of you, your family and the presenting issue that is bringing you to therapy. April will ask that you arrive to your appointment 10 minutes early to fill out paperwork in the waiting room. The intake session typically lasts for 90 minutes. This will give you the opportunity to discuss the reasons why you are coming to counseling, and will allow you to set your intention and goals for therapy.

Couples and Family Counseling

Counseling sessions for couples or families typically last 60 minutes. April offers flexible payments and a sliding scale fee.

What to expect at the intake session:
The first counseling session tends to take a little longer than a typical counseling session because April likes to gather a full social history of each individual in the relationship and/or family and the presenting issue that is bringing you to therapy. April will ask that you arrive to your appointment 10 minutes early to fill out paperwork in the waiting room. The intake session typically takes 90 minutes. This will give you the opportunity to discuss the reasons why you are coming to counseling and will allow you to set your intentions and goals for therapy.

Clinical Supervision for Mental Health Providers and Interns

Mental health providers find it important to process cases with other clinicians.  It is important as the self care for those in the helping and care-taking profession. Supervision sessions are structured to discuss casework, provide insight, and explore other professional issues in a structured way.