When time and space and change converge, we find place. We arrive in Place when we resolve things. Place is peace of mind and understanding. Place is knowledge of self. Place is resolution.
— Abdullah Ibrahim

You are reading this because you are wanting to resolve something. We imagine there is a relationship(s) that is not where you would like it to be and you want it to change. The relationship maybe within your family, circle of friends, with God or perhaps the one in most need is with yourself. Family and relationships are extremely important to us, which is exactly why we do the work we do. Whether family means a father, mother, spouse, children, siblings, friends, all the above or something else entirely it is these connections that impact your life daily. These people often serve as the source of our highest highs as well as our lowest lows. They can be our supportive allies or our worst enemies, or anywhere in between depending on the day.

Focusing on working with men is because we know the challenges we as men face. We have experienced them. Given a background that professionally includes a decade in the corporate and consulting world as well as almost the same in counseling working with families, children, teens, and adults, in addition to personally growing up in a blended family, living single life, and marrying into a blended family and raising children, the experience is there to come along side you and help.

So whichever is the relationship in most need, you are desiring something more. That is where we can work with you to find that place of change.


  • Addiction (i.e. Pornography, Substance, Work)

  • Anger

  • Anxiety/Stress

  • Career/Job

  • Confusion

  • Decision Making

  • Depression

  • Failure

  • Fear

  • Grief/Loss

  • Lack of Motivation

  • Marital Issues

  • Negative Thoughts

  • Parenting

  • Religion/Faith

  • Self-Esteem

  • Self-Efficacy

  • Self-Harm

  • Shame

  • Social Anxiety

  • Trust Issues

  • Vulnerability

  • Work/Life Balance

You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one
— Unknown