Everyone, including you, is welcome at our practice. Here at the Works Counseling Center, we do not discriminate. Our goal is to create a space where radical, creative, thoughtful, intelligent, passionate individuals like you are invited to show up as your whole authentic self, where you are seen and celebrated while also healing old wounds, strengthening self-worth, and learning new coping skills.
Progress Not Perfection.
Every counselor here is wanting to watch you grow into your most authentic self. We just ask that you bring your bravery along with your worries, your insecurities, confusion, and pain. We understand there will be shame and fear around starting this journey, but we just ask you shoot for progress and not perfection.
No matter what you are going through, this space was created for you, because this is a place of unconditional acceptance.
Angelique Howington Works
Sasha Cory-PackSasha Cory-Pack (she, her, they) provides a positive and affirming environment for people on their journey to growth and healing. She is a temporary Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She provides counseling to individuals, families, and couples. Sasha understands that families can show up in our lives in many different ways. She has experience in […]
PercyPercy is a professional dog therapist at Works Counseling Center. Percy is a Cavapoo (King Charles Cavalier and Poodle). His job at the Works Counseling is to provide comfort and joy to both our clients and staff. Percy is relaxed and gentle and is happiest when spending time with both humans and other animals. He […]
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