Justin Rock, LPC, MA MFT

Licensed Professional Counselor


I believe that every client has the right to feel safe as they explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Within each human being there is the potential for growth. It is my goal to create a safe, holistic, and respectful environment, developing a collaborative relationship between client/therapist that promotes personal growth through support, validation and challenge. As a clinician, I utilize an existential family approach, focusing on the process of therapy as a means of gaining insight and allowing for individuals and families to live more congruently with who they are.  In existential family therapy, the therapist assists the client step back and clarify the meaning of his or her experiences with meaning being created both by the individual and by the group.


Finding the right counselor for you is an important part of the therapy process. To help you know if we will work well together I offer an initial consultation - either in-person or over the phone - free of charge.

My fee structure works as follows:

  • 30 min initial consultation: Free of charge
  • 50 min individual session: $130
  • 50 min couples/relationship therapy: $130
  • 50 min clinical supervision: $130

I currently accept cash, check, and debit/credit card. Payment is due at the end of each session. In the event you need to cancel your appointment, a 24- hour notice is required to avoid being charged for the session.

I do not accept insurance; however, we are set up to take FSA/HSA cards.

The most powerful tool in therapy is the relationship built by our therapists and their clients. That’s why we offer a free 30-minute consultation to determine if we’d be a good fit.


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