We approach the counseling relationship from a wellness perspective. This is a process that involves your body, mind and spirit. We help you look at the physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual components that make up who you are. We focus on the integration of the whole person and consider an individual’s strengths and weaknesses as we assist in moving you toward your goals.
Dr. Martin and Dawn Wesley
Years of Service
Years using tele-health
Satisfied clients & students
Dawn M. Wesley
Dawn has a Bachelor's degree in Human Services and is currently a student in NLU's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She has been working off and on in the social services field for almost 30 years, from being a direct care provider as a houseparent for 10 boys, to managing a children's shelter home agency, to working in higher education as a Director for Administrative Services in a counseling program.Meet Dawn M. Wesley
Martin C. Wesley
Ph.D., LMHC, LPCC-S, LCADC, NCC, MAC, BC-TMH
Dr. Martin Wesley is a professor for the Florida School of Counseling with National Louis University. He has served as a licensed professional counselor for almost 25 years in Arizona, Kentucky and Florida.Meet Dr. Martin C. Wesley
We Avoid Labels
We avoid using labels and do not look to psychopathologize everyone. Labels have often been used to try and help but they can do more harm than good. We are not looking to make people victims; rather, we want you to not only be a survivor, but a driver to accomplish your goals. We attempt to normalize behaviors within the human condition, rather than to diagnose as a disorder or disease.
People Can Change
We believe in respecting individual values. Your therapeutic goals should match your values and your commitments to family, job, and others. However, society has its rules which you cannot or should not work against. If you burst forward with your own goals without considering society, there can be major consequences. We help you find the right balance without sacrificing your personal values and morals. This view also informs our treatment of addiction.