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06/15/2016
By: Greg J.
Equinox Counseling Services
If you're considering going to these people for help, don't waste your time or money, they are frauds! Mr. and Mrs Phillips have ruined my son's mind and spirit. They have drugged him with psychotropic drugs without my knowledge since he was seven years old for daydreaming in class. I had to take them to court to end the abuse and seizures. They have ruined a innocent child's mind and turned him against his natural Father. These people are dangerous and should not even be allowed to give advice to any human being that is in need of help. Whatever you do stay clear from these psychopaths. They are the ones who are in need of desperate help. If anyone is interested in hearing my story don't hesitate to contact me at gjack103@gmail.com.
10/18/2015
By: L F.
J. Kent Griffiths, DSW
Dr. Griffiths and I have been working together for over 12 years after having been with a previous (not-so-great) therapist. He has worked with me as dealt with my father's death, grad school, relocating for work, and most recently, relationship issues. He is a great listener and asks questions and provides his input in our sessions. I may not always agree with his input but it is always something that I take into consideration. I know I can ask for his opinion and he freely provides it. Dr. Griffiths cares deeply for his clients well-being. In my current situation, he has been truly concerned about my emotional state and has expressed in concern. I would highly recommend Dr. Griffiths to anyone who needs an objective person to help them muddle through life. It is not an easy process but it helps to know that Dr. Griffiths is one of your cheerleaders.
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05/09/2015
By: Robert B.
J. Kent Griffiths, DSW
Dr. Griffiths is not very professional. Sure he's a good listener but his advice for my marriage was a disaster. He made decisions without knowing enough information. His advice made us fall more apart rather than connect us. We're divorced now. I've learned way more from listening to the "save the marriage podcast". Save your money and listen to the podcast before inviting a stranger into your relationship.
03/20/2013
By: crystal.walk.10
Lifematters Counseling
Life Matters is the most unprofessional counseling center in the valley. They only take into consideration one side when dealing with marriage counseling. After the third session with David Lemere,. LCSW he was completely unwilling to listen to my views because of the fact that I am a woman. On the other hand he treated my husband with respect and dignity. When I started talking he would talk over me and during our last session because I would not stop talking and let him talk, hence I talked over him. He abruptly and rudely asked to me leave the room. Then right in front of me looked at my husband and told him it was a good decision to leave me and stated that to him multiple times in the room while I was still standing there. If you want professional counseling, that will actually help make your life better DO NOT CHOOSE THIS FACILITY.
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10/01/2012
By: rmonson
J. Kent Griffiths, DSW
Kent is a very good doctor, I appreciate the time he takes to listen to me. Sometimes it is through other venues and he is considerate to respond with positive and focused feedback. I would recommend him to anyone of my associates that would ask for a recommendation.
Tips & Advices
The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is  $90 an hour. The cost range $60-$130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
A marriage, family, child or individual counselor can help you if you are having relationship problems, feeling sad and unmotivated, worry excessively, are undergoing a difficult transition period, have problems related to addiction, have suffered trauma or abuse, etc.
A counselor generally advises patients on solving a problem and will work with them to arrive at a solution. A therapist uses psychological techniques to treat mental and/or emotional problems to encourage behavior modification.
A counselor can help your child with mental and emotional issues that they may find difficult to express. These may be connected to tragic events, stress, developmental issues or life changes.
A family counselor helps members of a family resolve areas of conflict and improve their communication skills. They may meet with all family members or those who wish to participate.

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