Dr. Hosley offers individual counseling and assessment. To help people leading busy lives he offers face to face, video and telephone sessions. Individual meetings are designed to help him understand your situation, help you gain insight and take purposeful steps towards your goals. If you are struggling with addictive behaviors Dr. Hosley is highly specialized in this area.
Couples sessions. Dr. Hosley recognizes that more often than not individuals have wives/husbands or significant others that are sometimes part of the problem but always part of the solution. He will seek, whenever possible and warranted, to include a partner in individual counseling sessions. He also recognizes that for many people the source of distress is the marriage itself. He works with couples to improve communication, increase intimacy, and provide tools for couples to move forward together.
Dr. Hosley works with families whenever possible. Most often he works with families when children are the reason for seeking counseling and he includes the family because family involvement is critical to achieving sustainable solutions. Family coaching is a unique offering of Dr. Hosley. Trained as a business coach Dr. Hosley brings the latest in human development and personal coaching plans to your family. Addressing communication problems, lack of unity, conflict and many other common family problems, Coach Hosley will take your family through family training camp (hyperlink to blog). An intensive experience designed to help your family maximize its potential.
Dr. Hosley has ongoing men’s groups at both his office locations, Sherwood and Clackamas. These are addiction recovery groups that offer an inpatient experience in an outpatient setting, providing the backbone for a lifelong transformative experience.
Dr. Hosley offers a 6 week women’s, “What the Heck Happened?” group to address the needs of women experiencing betrayal due to infidelity and/or sexual addiction. The goal of the group is to provide understanding and support in a time of critical need. This group is also appropriate for women who are a friend or family member of someone wondering, “what the heck happened?”