Duggan Therapy LLC is a Christian Professional Counseling Company with experienced professionals specializing in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Depression, Anxiety, Sexual Abuse Trauma, Life Transitions, Marriage and Spiritual Counseling. At Duggan Therapy LLC, you will be working with professionals interested in you and dedicated to making a difference.
Laura enjoys working with couples, families and adults. She is comfortable working with a range of issues including couples and marriage issues, anxiety, depression, survivors of sexual abuse, grief and loss, and phase of life transitions all from a bible based, Christian perspective.
Tim works with older adults to keep them independently living in their home of choice. He co-leads marriage and parenting groups with his wife, Laura
Dr. Fox enjoys working with teens and adults to help them address emotional/behavioral difficulties, strengthen their relationships, and support growth in their spiritual faith. He is comfortable working with a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, confidence, self-esteem, integrating Christian faith/spirituality and emotional/relational health, and stage of life issues.
Tiara has a personal mission to provide hope, help, and healing to those in need. She works with adults, couples, youth, as well as families to build hope for the future by overcoming depression, reducing anxiety, improving decision making, communication skills, stress management, strengthening social life, or successfully managing lifestyle transitions from a faith based prespective.
This 10 question checklist will help in determining rather you are having a bad day or are experiencing symptoms of depression.
Which stage of grief are you in now and how to know if you are stuck.
This 20 question, true/false questionnaire is designed to help you and your spouse continue bonding in your relationship.
This resource provides the emotional motivations behind the child's behavior so that parent can parent the cause (feeling) rather than the symptom (behavior). Additionally, it gives examples of responses from the parent that promote the desirable or undesirable behavior.