Whether you are the person being hurt, or the person doing the hurting, we can help. We have years of experience helping people to understand what domestic violence is, and how to deal with it. Most abusers do not think of themselves as being an abuser. Excuses are made, but the struggle over power in the relationship continues to inflict harm and abuse on the partner or children. If you seek therapy before it is too late, you will gain a sense of control and dignity in your relationship without losing your loved ones. If you are being hurt, you must seek help now. If you allow the abuser to continue, you are running the risk of being seriously hurt and/or allowing your children to be emotionally and physically harmed. We will enable you to gain the strength to problem-solve reasonable solutions to your situation. We provide a safe, nurturing environment with strict privacy and confidentiality.