Professional counseling at Prairie Center offers you the opportunity to enhance the quality of your life through the development of problem solving techniques, coping skills and effective communication.
At your request, Prairie Center also offers the additional comfort provided by Liz's trained therapy dogs.
Many counseling clients are seeking guidance and support as they explore how to effectively manage the impact of difficult decisions and life events.
Professional counseling with Liz Graham offers opportunities to work on many types of important issues, including:
- decisions or conflicts related to individual problems
- relationship problems
- life transition issues such as divorce or remarriage
- personal growth challenges
Prairie Center's presentations and workshops are designed to inform and educate audiences about a variety of topics including:
- Family issues
- Marriage enrichment
- Conflict resolution
- Grief and loss concerns
- Stress management
- Communication problems
- Parenting education
- Divorce and remarriage challenges
Presentations and workshops can be customized for your needs.
Whether your requirements are for a “lunch and learn” group or a professional business setting, Prairie Center presentations can offer important information covering many current mental health topics of interest.
Liz is approved by the Kansas Supreme Court through the Office of Judicial Administration as a mediator for domestic relations disputes as well as parent / adolescent conflicts.
Mediation is a process of conflict resolution in which disputing parties work together to resolve conflicts with the assistance of a neutral third party, the Mediator.
The mediation process is confidential.
Parties are encouraged to focus on common interests rather than positions when working toward a resolution.
Parties maintain control of the outcome of any agreements they decide upon, thus creating an environment in which everybody “wins”.
Parties in Mediation never lose their right to legal advice or to pursue litigation should the need arise.
However, especially in matters involving children and families, mediation offers a unique opportunity to preserve and promote dignity, forgiveness and growth while minimizing the stress of ongoing litigation.