Peace of Mind Counseling and Wellness Center is dedicated to reestablishing and maintaining wholeness in the lives of all people. This work is intended to help clients achieve more fulfilling and rewarding lives in the contexts of their community, family and work place. This mission is carried out in a supportive environment that is caring, confidential, empowering, peaceful, professional, and respectful of each person’s journey.

Events are always happening as well! Please visit our New/Events page for more information.

“Every goal, every action, every thought, every feeling one experiences, whether it be consciously or unconsciously known, is an attempt to increase one’s level of peace of mind.”

Sidney Madwed

Child Witnesses of Domestic Violence

Child Witnesses of Domestic Violence Here at POM we work with many children and survivors impacted by the horrors of domestic violence. We are thankful that in all of our years, we have never seen a case as horrific as this one. As advocates for children and survivors of abuse, we felt compelled to reach out toContinue Reading

New Spring/Summer Groups!

News/Events This week we are excited to announce that will be running two groups for the Spring/Summer Season! The first group will help high school girls with social skills and empowerment through fun therapeutic activities. Please click on the link for more information. Who am I? High School Group 2015 Please contact Katherine for more information.Continue Reading

New Fall Groups!

Peace of Mind Counseling is excited to announce that we will be holding two groups coming this fall. After receiving helpful feedback from the community, we created two groups for girls. One group is specifically for middle school girls wishing to work on connections and communication. The second group focuses on high school girls lookingContinue Reading

Teen Dating Violence

February is teen dating violence awareness month. Teen dating violence has long been overlooked, mostly because people do not think it occurs frequently. In fact, dating violence affects one in three teenagers over their lifetime. Dating violence consists of physical abuse, but there are a number of different forms of abuse that we often forgetContinue Reading