Martin Koford, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist

Clinical Director in Mesquite

Each of you has a life story and within that story are opportunities for growth, happiness, and fulfillment. Many of you are feeling emotional pain, frustrations, anger, fear, and hopelessness. You are not “broken” just likely realizing that the problem-solving tools that may have worked in the past may be dull or worn. Many times we are not sure what to do, or where to look for help. Likely, many have tried friends, family, partners, etc., and many times they have great advice relative to their worldview. Although this type of support is invaluable, there are times when a professional counselor is needed.

I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor and have the training and life experiences that enable me to help tailor a personal counseling experience for you. I provide treatment for individuals, couples, families, and groups. I have a Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling combined with years of experience. I work with anxiety, depression, addiction, marriage and family, and stress management issues. Additional training and certification include: Prime for Life Instructor and Prime Solutions for substance abuse and addiction treatment; completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy; domestic violence offender and survivor treatment. My undergraduate work focuses on business administration. I have many years of experience dealing with business system solutions. Managing a business can be frustrating and overwhelming at times and having additional support can offer objectivity and guidance toward solutions.

I enjoy the outdoors and participate in bicycle riding, dirt bike riding, and hiking in the beautiful desert we live in. Happiness is an action and to realize it one must participate in life, overcome obstacles, and take time to enjoy the small successes of each day. Most of us have struggles, that is a given, it is how we deal with our challenges that determine the outcome. Improving our weaknesses while building our strengths can help us realize our full potential and increase peace, joy, and happiness within our lives.
Please schedule an appointment and let’s begin the journey toward empowerment and living your life to its fullest potential.

Licensed in Utah & Nevada. 

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Kim Witter, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist

Kimberley Witter is a Las Vegas native currently living in Logandale, NV. She earned her bachelor’s degree from UNLV in Human Services Counseling with a minor in Family Studies in 2016. In June of 2022 she earned her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Capella University. Kimberley has been married for 34 years. They have 7 children and 7 grandchildren. With a deep passion for helping people in rural communities with mental health care, Kimberley founded and facilitated a monthly grief support group in Logandale, Nevada for the last five years. She cherishes continual learning; her biggest weakness is too many books in her library app to read, and she is a quote enthusiast. One of her favorite relevant quotes she likes to share from Carl Rogers is “when I accept myself as I am, then I can change”.

Kimberley’s foundational counseling skills are based in healing trauma across many generations. She believes in how the body, mind, and spirit can be rebuilt to reconnect us to significant relationships in our lives to help achieve a healthier internal balance. Kimberley believes that our lives and our loved ones are the best teachers, always reflecting back parts of ourselves that need to be healed. She believes for every age, below every behavior there is a need to be met. Kimberley helps her clients recognize how deserving they are of love and assists  them to see their challenges in life may not be taking them where they want to be, but it is always carrying them where they belong.

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