Thank you for taking the time to learn about our counseling center. We understand that finding the right counselor and office can be a challenging experience. Our hope is to make the process straightforward and easy. Our website is dedicated to answering your questions and providing you with helpful tools and resources. We have videos, articles, and short assessment to get you started. 

A Little About the Center….

We are proud to say that RCS has provided quality counseling services since 2001! Our counselors and staff are highly trained educated professionals but more importantly they have a genuine heart for helping clients. We pride ourselves on providing a warm family friendly atmosphere where you can get practical solutions and tools. Your concerns will always be taken seriously, and your confidentiality will be protected.  We offer couples counseling, adolescent counseling, and self-esteem building tools. Our office also offers online courses, workshops, and internship programs for aspiring counselors.

Our Special Approach…..

Hi, I’m Dr. Kirleen, CEO of Richardson Counseling Services. Over the last  16 years, I’ve been privileged to help over 20,0000 couples, adolescents, and women change their lives. The one common denominator I’ve seen is the tendency most people have to carry their baggage from past relationships, childhood, and other negative experiences into their present day. This affects their ability to trust, love, and have confidence in themselves.

I use a tool I developed called the BackStory Breakthrough Method™ . The method helps you identify and heal backstories that subconsciously affect how you think about yourself and how you behave in relationships. If you’ve had a series of failed relationships or struggle with insecurities this approach will really help you.


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