Ryan Price, LMHCA

My approach to therapy emphasizes a conversational and relational style. I view counseling as a collaborative journey to help you discover and experience healing, freedom, and wholeness. To that end, I believe that listening with a heart to understand and creating a safe, trusting environment for you in our sessions couldn’t be more important. I see each person that walks through my door as a uniquely created, highly valuable human being regardless of race, cultural background, spiritual beliefs, or sexual identity. I am excited for the opportunity to hear and be a part of your story as we work together toward the goals you set during therapy. I have experience working in community mental health, residential and outpatient addiction treatment, and counseling college students. I counsel men, women and adolescents with issues related to anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma, sexuality and relationships, as well as all forms of addiction. I am especially passionate about providing counseling for teens and adults seeking freedom from behavioral, process, and substance addictions.



Anxiety and Depression

Personal Growth


Relationship Issues

Compulsive Behaviors

Gambling, Pornography and Substance Addictions


M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Grace College & Theological Seminary

B.A. in Counseling, Minor in Biblical Studies

Grace College & Theological Seminary