Since 1996 we have provided counseling and therapy services for adults in the Upper Cumberland area.  We provide individual counseling for personal and mental health concerns and couples counseling.


We work with  a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety disorders, stress-related problems, relationship and other social problems, workplace issues, career development, and a variety of personal, existential, and spiritual issues and concerns. 


Our counseling approach is to develop a collaborative relationship based on understanding, caring, and trusting, through which we can identify the issues most significant and meaningful to each specific individual client or couple.  We then use a treatment approach that best fits that individual or couple, to work on resolving the identified issues.  Our treatment approach is primarily research-based rather than being limited by a specific overriding theoretical model, which provides the flexibility to continually modify the approach to best suit each client's needs, even when those needs change over the course of treatment.

 

We are preferred providers for most major insurance companies including BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, TennCare, and a number of employer-provided Employee Assistance Plans (EAP's).


We are located in Cookeville at 34 N. Jefferson Ave.,  
2 blocks North of the old courthouse square on the corner of Jefferson Ave. & Freeze St.


Dennis Weeks, PhD

Licensed Professional Counselor/

Mental Health Service Provider​​

Certified Family Therapist



​Cumberland Counseling Services



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