About Our Practice

About Our Practice

Wellness Works Counseling LLC (WWC) offers counseling services to adults, children, couples, and families in a supportive environment. All WWC counselors are fully qualified in their field of expertise and recognize clients as unique individuals worthy of respect. All staff members treat clients with dignity and therefore value patient confidentiality regarding all aspects of their care.
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Mission Statement

Wellness Works Counseling partners with individuals, professionals, and community groups in order to improve the mental health of the people we serve.  By working comprehensively in these three areas, we provide quality services for individuals, families, and groups.  Further, our commitment to high ethical standards ensures our work is built on a foundation of trust and care. 

Serving individuals, families, and groups – Wellness Works Counseling serves clients who want to make positive changes in their lives and improve their relationships.  Our professionals empower clients to meet their goals through establishing trusting relationships, using strength-based approaches and applying evidence-based methods.

Working within our group – Wellness Works Counseling values a work culture of mutual respect, professional growth, and self-care.  Professionals balance an independent practice while working within a cohesive practice setting.  Staff is empowered to problem-solve and create solutions in constructive ways that increase efficiency, productivity, and a spirit of balance and fun. 

Partnering with the community – Wellness Works Counseling seeks to strengthen collaborative relationships with community groups for the purpose of (1) supporting clients and staff (2) finding opportunities to volunteer time, and (3) identifying ways Wellness Works Counseling can more fully support mental health needs in the community.

Vision

To embolden minds, to enliven bodies and to enhearten spirits.

Message from Sue…

Welcome to the WWC website. As you browse through the pages, you will find answers to many questions you may have about the counseling process, the services WWC offers and what to expect during your first appointment. I encourage you to read in detail about our professional services and the dedicated therapists and support staff that are available to address your concerns.

The need for counseling can present itself in many forms. We see people experiencing anxiety regarding relationship matters, depression in respect to employment status, stress over issues in a blended family or turmoil caused by a teenager’s drug use. These are just a few examples. Stress can permeate our lives in subtle ways before we are aware of its power to alter our thinking and our feelings. So how can we manage all the aspects of our lives more effectively?

Counseling can be beneficial during times of uncertainty and misfortune as well as those of unexpected prosperity. WWC therapists use their knowledge of human behavior to alleviate or reduce fear, nervousness, guilt, sorrow and other painful symptoms. The therapist matched to your needs will teach you to balance your personal wellness with your responsibilities to family, friends, work, school and community. Your therapist will support you and help you to face tomorrow with hope.

It has given me great pleasure to provide psychological counseling services to the Butler community for more than twenty years. During that time, WWC has evolved from Butler Wellness Support Services by expanding its scope of services and increasing its staff along with its collaboration with community agencies. This expanded network helps us to meet broad needs as well as the specific concerns of each client or family.
Doctor Susan Mickley Drolet

Dr. Susan Drolet Coneybeer

Clinical Psychologist
& Practice Supervisor