Matching you with the right counselor to attain your goals

About us

How we approach the therapy process

Biblically based Christian counseling


5 basic areas of life – thoughts, emotions, physical bodies, relationships, & spirituality


Fee options for most income levels

Types of Counseling

Individual, Marriage/Relationship, and Family Counseling

Our Team

Find out how our counselors view therapy
Ashley Brooks, Ph.D, LPC-S, LMFT
Ashley Brooks, Ph.D, LPC-S, LMFT
President and Clinical Director
I am a Christian counselor helping people improve and maintain thriving relational connections by understanding and freely living from a healthy body, soul spirit connection.
Carianne Pritchett, MA
Carianne Pritchett, MA
Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor
I love Jesus and aim to help my clients “grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge.” Ephesians 3:16-19
Sally Smith, MA
Sally Smith, MA
Assistant Clinical Director and PLPC
I am a Christian counselor helping individuals, couples, and families grow, heal, and honor God by learning to manage thoughts and emotions, deepening communication and connections, setting appropriate boundaries, and working through painful memories.
Types of Counseling
  • Individual Counseling

    At times life feels overwhelming, relationships crumble, and stress can feel unmanageable. Even more frustrating is the lonely feeling that comes when no one seems to understand what you are going through. At Restoration you will have someone who is working with you to help you overcome these trials and stressors that lead to feeling overwhelmed, alone, and stuck.

  • Marriage and Couples Counseling

    Couples and marriage counseling follows a path beginning with assessment of the strengths and growth areas of the relationship and ending with meeting the joint goals of the couple and therapist. In the middle, the couple will work to better understand their partner, rebuild trust, learn healthy skills to create and maintain healthy communication (connecting mentally, emotionally, spiritually, socially, and physically) and forgiveness.

  • Family Counseling

    We believe "a family" is a group of people brought together by blood, marriage, adoption, or circumstances who happen to live in the same household at least some of the time. There are many reasons to come in for family counseling.

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