Adult Counseling

Our vision is to assist adults who are struggling in their emotional, relational, and spiritual journeys and help bring them to wholeness.

When one person hurts, the whole family or the people in their life will feel the pain to some degree. Whether that’s dealing with mood disorders, trauma, parenting issues, marriage problems, divorce recovery, domestic violence situations, identity or worth issues, grief or loss or anything that prevents them from being who they were intended to be, we have licensed professionals who work with adults and are available to help in a variety of areas.

Our ultimate goal through counseling is for clients to develop skills to be more resilient and healthier with an increased capacity to manage life and win at home.

“Our team spends approximately 10,000 hours counseling each year, while the administrative team processes approximately 150 new clients each month.” 

Adult Specialty Areas

  • Depression/Anxiety Disorders 
  • Trauma Related Disorders 
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 
  • Women’s Issues 
  • Men’s Issues
  • Grief/Loss 
  • Life Transitions 
  • Addiction 
  • Premarital/Marriage 
  • Relationship Issues 
  • Sex/Intimacy Issues 
  • Stress/Anger Issues 
  • Codependency/Boundaries 
  • Identity/Self-Worth 
  • Spiritual/Faith Journey 

Counseling Team 

We have assembled a team of professional counselors who cover a vast array of specialty areas.  

Counseling Locations 

We have counselors available in Zeeland and Holland, MI and Tampa Bay, FL.

What People Are Saying About Our Counseling

“I wish I would have started counseling sooner. I think that if people are hurting or just needing help, WAH is a great resource to get that help.”

~ Counseling client.

Or Call

(616) 772-1733

Counseling Questions

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How do I get started and find a good counselor?

The best way to start the process is to call our main office at 616-772-1733, and let us know you’d like to talk to someone about starting counseling. We have intake coordinators ready to connect with you, answer your questions and figure out which of our counselors might be the best fit for you and your situation. You can read individual counselor bio’s by clicking on this link.

How much does a counseling session cost?

The best way to figure out cost is to let us know your situation. The cost of counseling can vary greatly depending on different factors. Our counselors at Winning At Home are able to bill a variety of insurances, which may provide coverage for counseling. Before you call us, it might be helpful for you to call your insurance provider and check what mental and behavioral health coverage you have in your policy. If you are not using your insurance to pay (i.e. if the counselor who’s the best fit for you does not take your insurance), we bill on a sliding scale based on your income, and your counselor can also talk with you about your specific need and your own financial situation—there are options! Don’t let finances prevent you from calling us.

What’s a counseling session like?

Counseling is a lot less awkward than people think. At Winning At Home your counselor wants you to be comfortable and at ease while you share. There will be a chair to relax in and a calm environment for you to start your conversation. You’ll be encouraged to speak freely and your counselor will help guide you if you don’t know how to express or explain what you’re feeling. 

How do I handle other people’s reactions?

It’s important you know that all your counseling sessions will be confidential. People go to counseling for a lot of reasons, most of which are for normal and common life issues not just severe mental issues. Counseling can help you to not feel completely overwhelmed by your emotions and circumstances. It’s a sign of emotional maturity to be open to seeking help when you know you’ve hit a wall. Facing something like sudden job loss, grieving the death of a loved one, financial problems, anger management struggles or strained family relationships (just to name a few) is hard! You might really benefit from having a professional walk alongside you to help teach you the tools you need to move forward. We consider people who seek counseling to be strong, not weak.

Can my counselor prescribe medication?

No. Counselors are not able to prescribe medication. However, your counselor will know of trusted psychiatrists in the area if you both conclude that medication would be a beneficial part of your treatment.

How long does a session last?

For the most part, sessions last approximately 45-50 minutes.

Once I start, do I have to come for the rest of my life?

It’s generally a mutual decision between you and your counselor when it is appropriate for your counseling sessions to end.

How does a counselor work with my child?

Working with children is a unique specialty in the world of psychotherapy. In many cases, your child’s therapist will incorporate activities, art, games, or other mediums to engage your child in the healing process. Child therapists understand that while adults often communicate primarily with words, children are more inclined to communicate better through play.

Will I participate in my child’s counseling?

YES! Effective work with children requires an investment from caregiving adults. Your child’s counselor will determine the degree to which you are involved, but at a minimum, there will be a time for debriefing and collaboration set aside for you. Sometimes this is done while the child is present, and sometimes circumstances require that connection to be done separately. In any case, your child’s counselor desires to be available to address your questions and concerns each step along the way.

How does privacy/confidentiality work with teens?

Recognizing that teens are developmentally on a quest for more independence, counselors strive to balance each teen’s need for privacy with the need for parents to be involved. Early in the process, counselors define their limits of confidentiality with teen clients to ensure healthy collaboration and communication between teens, parents and the counselor. In addition, counselors follow the guidelines required by law and their profession’s Code of Ethics.

How is faith integrated into the care you provide?

As a faith-based organization we believe faith can be an effective tool in the healing process. We recognize that a person’s faith is significant to their wellbeing. We integrate faith by encouraging clients to get connected and established with a faith community that supports their health and healing.

What if I prefer not to integrate faith into my therapy?

We completely respect the rights and preferences of each individual client when it comes to faith and spirituality. If a client does not wish to incorporate faith into the therapeutic process, we are glad to provide care without this and are just as committed to helping them reach their goals.

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