Brooke Dooley, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

I am currently not accepting new clients

Do you feel stuck in your life and want to find more peace and freedom?

Are you frequently hurt, frustrated, or angry with your spouse/partner?

Did you have difficult relationships with your parents and feel that past wounds are affecting your adult relationships?

I believe we have tremendous insight into our lives but are often blocked by past damage or pain.  It’s possible to move through these difficult emotions and find greater happiness and peace.

I will help you work through intimacy and self-esteem struggles in order to find the connection and closeness you seek.

In the twenty years, I have worked with clients, they have described me as easy to talk to, insightful and compassionate.

I am not “in-network” with any insurance companies which means you pay my full fee up front and then I will submit a claim to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. Our administrative staff can check your out-of-network benefits before you start therapy to see what the coverage would be for our sessions.

If you have questions or are ready to begin counseling, contact us today.  Don’t continue to feel alone in your struggles, we are here to help.


With their permission, here are some experiences of former clients…

After trying for years with numerous therapists, I finally met my needs with Brooke Dooley. Her compassion allows you to take risks and work through the pain that is holding you back. She uses many effective tools and resources as she works to help you free yourself from your own anxiety and fears.

I highly recommend Brooke as a therapist. She is very knowledgeable in her field and you truly feel that she is on your journey with you. Her style and grace guide you on your way to be able to begin healing yourself.

Brooke helped my husband and I build on our positive behaviors, and learn which ones predict breakup. I am so thankful for her guidance and support.


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