Open Doors Counseling Network has 4 convenient locations in Volusia County.

We want to help and understand that contacting someone is a brave first step. Congratulations on reaching out.
We promise to take your concerns seriously and want to earn your trust.

Working with clients of all ages, our team of experienced private practitioners will help you or your family through your circumstances and to meet your counseling goals.

Our counselors are independent contractors and offer comprehensive family, marriage, and individual counseling services to Port Orange, Daytona Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach, DeLand and the entire Central Florida community.

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Daytona Beach News-Journal

We want to thank the Daytona Beach News-Journal for covering our GoFundMe campaign. So far we have raised $3000 toward our goal of raising $15,000 to cover the cost of 600 free counseling sessions for people who have lost work because of COVID-19. We are matching $15,000 of our own funds. We’ve received support for…

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600 Free Counseling Sessions

600 FREE COUNSELING SESSIONS: Open Doors Counseling Network wants to provide a minimum of 600 Free counseling sessions to individuals and families who have lost work because of COVID-19. We are donating $15,000 dollars out of our own business savings and we need $15,000 in matching funds to reach this goal. Please Donate. When people…

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Access To Wellness Fund

Recently I learned that poor access to mental health services is the number one health crisis in Volusia County. — Individuals suffer, families suffer, business suffers and we all suffer, when our neighbors cannot afford the help they seek.  Adults and children suffering from trauma, anxiety, depression, or grief often have no place to turn…

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Change

Individuals in a relationship adapt to change in different ways and at different speeds. People get frustrated with others when they do not adapt to change at the same pace. One is yelling, “hurry-up!” while the other is yelling, “slow down!” — Change is a normal part of life. People get new jobs, children are…

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