Second Location Opening Soon!
Acadia Counseling is opening a second location later this year for residents in Western Kentucky! Located at 102 Greenville Road in Nortonville, just off the Western Kentucky Parkway in Hopkins County, this satellite office will offer mental health counseling for children, teens, and adults. In-person appointments with Jordan Hudson, LPCA, will be available mid-November. Telehealth appointments are available now by clicking the green “Request Appointment” button at the top of this page.
We all have old habits that hold us back, keep us from reaching our potential or cause emotional harm to others. Understanding and changing these patterns is at the core of therapy: even when those habits are intertwined with our relationships.
You may not know why you are feeling bad, but you know that it keeps you from enjoying life. You are exhausted, overwhelmed, and all you want is to feel better. If any of this sounds familiar, you have found your new counseling home!
Whether you are seeking therapy as a couple or an individual, visiting Acadia Counseling is a great way to enrich your life, improve your relationships, reach your personal goals, and become more effective in your career.
We offer easy scheduling and payment through our online client portal, a convenient location (near Breckinridge Lane and Watterson Expressway), and weekend hours to make this journey as convenient as possible. What we do at Acadia Counseling is all about you – the client – and what you hope to gain through counseling.
Call, email, or go online to schedule your first appointment and discover what we are all about. Our beautifully-decorated office space and attention to detail are designed to make your experience something you’ll want to tell others about! We believe that once you find Acadia Counseling, you’ll want to stay.
Remember, at Acadia Counseling, healing happens here.
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