Throughout life we all face difficult times, often we can feel overwhelmed and are unable to cope, resolve problems or grow. Our relationships may suffer, this is the time to seek professional counseling. Dakota Hills Counseling would be honored to guide you though this process. It is important to choose a counselor who can offer a safe, warm and comfortable environment. Someone who is compassionate, has had experience in the life circumstance you wish to address, has appropriate credentials and who you “click with”. You can often call, visit and decide if the professional is the right fit for you in terms of personality. You can review their training and credentials which will let you know if they meet a set of professional standards and are bound by an ethical code. Some counselors (a generic name of all therapists who provide counseling services) are credentialed through their state and nationally and others are credentialed state by state. If you have questions feel free to ask as quality of care is essential. It is also important to find out if your insurance will cover some of the expense. Not all licensed professionals listed above accept all insurances but many of us are credentialed to accept payments from several insurance companies. I accept most insurances, private pay, Medicaid and Medicare.
With Dakota Hills Counseling Inc one call does it all! Dakota Hills Counseling Inc can and will help save you time from your first phone call through service completion.
Dakota Hills Counseling Inc was established over 25 years ago. We are based in Rapid City, South Dakota, but also provide services throughout the surrounding areas.
623 Quincy Street Suite #102
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Phone: (605) 390-1029
Fax: (605) 716-9491
- I earn my reputation with each client I help.
- Serving you is my desire; pleasing you is my commitment.
Please find more information about my services on other pages of our site. Here is the list of my specializations:
- Marriage and couple counseling including premarital and divorce adjustments.
- Individual counseling to address loss, anxiety, life transitions and childhood trauma.
- Family relationship issues whether biological, blended, adoptive or foster.
- Parenting challenges, child or teen behavior problems, discipline or school issues.