INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY COUNSELING
We provide individual and family counseling for teens and adults. Specialization areas include self worth, depression, anxiety, grief, LGBTQ exploration, trauma, and women's issues. We offer family therapy for teens or individuals who would benefit from working on goals that would promote family, and not just individual, change.
Play therapy is a developmentally-matched and strengths-based approach to working with children. We use toys, expressive art, music, and therapeutic activities to promote healing and growth. Through play, children can learn to express emotions, enhance social skills, and build self-efficacy. We offer play therapy for children ages 3 to 9.
Couples counseling can help partners work through relational, sexual, and communication challenges. Our trained clinicians will listen to you to understand the problem and help you develop possible solutions.
Animal-assisted counseling (AAC) is a goal-directed process in which a trained mental health practitioner and animal partner work together to help clients resolve mental health challenges using the therapeutic powers of human-animal interaction. Dr. Hartwig and her therapy dog, Holly, offer AAC services to children, teens, adults, and couples.
Group counseling is a form of counseling where a small group of people meet regularly to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and a group facilitator. Group counseling seeks to give people a safe and comfortable place on campus where they can work out feelings and challenges. Go to our Groups page to learn more about current group offerings.
Dr. Hartwig's fee is $150 for a 50-minute counseling session or 45-minute play therapy session. The Clinical Associates' fee is $100 for a 50-minute counseling session or 45-minute play therapy session. We bill for sessions using a HIPAA-compliant credit card processing software for therapists.
We are not in-network providers for any insurance company and do not bill insurance. If you would like to work with a provider who accepts and bills for insurance, you can look up "Behavioral Health Providers" on your health insurance company website.
Most clients see their therapist once a week at a regularly scheduled time. If you are interested in scheduling an appointment with us, please complete the appointment request form!
Dr. Hartwig provides supervision for practitioners working toward becoming a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Registered Play Therapist (RPT). Her goal is to offer guidance and support that is designed to enhance a supervisee's clinical and professional knowledge, attitudes, and skills in order to develop and achieve competency in counselor identity and clinical care. She utilizes sandtray, expressive arts, case consultation, and even canine-assisted support as part of the supervision process. Please contact her if you are interested in scheduling a meeting to discuss clinical supervision.