“The door is always open, waiting for you to walk through.”
I know how quickly life can become unbalanced. It happens to everyone. We all need help from time to time. It’s okay to want someone to talk to and it takes courage to ask for help. Seeking support is an act of courage rooted in strength.
There are many demands, expectations, stresses and situations that can throw our lives off balance. People often become overwhelmed by the challenges and stresses of daily living. If you are struggling with these, engaging in therapy can help you sort through your feelings and find the best way to deal with the situation. Let me, Thomas Mullens, walk with you through your journey toward balance. My mission is to help individuals learn new coping skills, improve their overall functioning and begin to bring their lives back into balance.
Let me walk with you:
- Figure out your next steps
- Work through life and vocational transitions
- Have someone listen who’s non-judgmental
- Talk to someone confidentially
- Find spiritual companionship/ directorship
- Work to change behaviors and choices that have resulted in work, life, health, relationships, money, or legal problems
My practice specializes in working alongside people with:
- Addiction disorders
- Behavioral addictions (Gambling, pornography)
- Classic mood disorders (Depression, anxiety, bipolar, schizophrenia)
- Co-occurring disorders
- For a complete list see our services page.
I work with individuals regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity over the age of 18.
"Meeting with Tom has really developed my sense of worth, self-understanding, and place in this world. I love each meeting feeling renewed and a little bit wiser. Tom has been an invaluable and kind mentor." - T.S.
"Tom is a thoughtful listener with a broad frame of reference for the things that challenge me the most. He has, and shares, perspectives that have helped me address with health and confidence, my marriage, my job, death/loss, parenthood, and indeed my whole life journey. Tom humbly offers guidance and insight, and takes care not to suggest easy, cookie cutter solutions just because they'd feel good. I'm genuinely grateful for he counsel." -J.D.
Thomas Mullens, experienced, professional, and compassionate:
Over ten years experience
CAADC - Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Two years experience at Pine Rest Psychiatric Hospital
Eighteen months experience working with geriatric patients
Partnering with Hope College to provide substance abuse services to Hope College students