Our Services

We’re here to help you get your life back.

Where there is no vision, the people perish…”

Proverbs 29:18 (KJV)


At Vision Counseling, we offer individual (child, adolescent, and adult), couples, and family counseling. Our counselors are equipped to help you navigate through many of life’s challenges including:

• Adjustment Disorder
• Anger Management
• Anxiety
• Behavioral and Conduct Disorders

• Communication issues
• Depression
• Drug Use/ Substance Abuse
• Grief
• Parenting

• Personal Development
• Personality Disorders
• Pre-marital
• Sexuality
• Spirituality

To ensure the best counseling experience, our counselors are knowledgeable and efficient in utilizing the following modalities:

  • Christian Perspective Counseling
  • Client/ Person- Centered Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
  • Person/ Family- Centered Therapy
  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

For individual counseling, we accept most Blue Cross Blue Shield plans, and out-of-pocket payments. We also accept many Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) including:  AllOne Health, ComPsych, First Sun, and Uprise Health. For those with economic challenges, we may offer a sliding scale at our discretion. We do not accept insurances for Couples or Family Counseling.


A Certified Vocational Evaluator (CVE), Chaddrick works extensively with the Social Security Administration, state Workers Compensation Board, and the US Department of Veterans Affairs. He serves US veterans by providing vocational assessments to determine feasibility to return to work, helping them prepare for and successfully submit applications for individual unemployability benefits. Listed below are the vocational services that Chaddrick and the staff of Vision Counseling offer.

TDIU Evaluation


Total Disability due to Individual Unemployability (TDIU) is the designation, provided by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs, for veterans who can’t work due to their service-connected disability. Veterans who can’t obtain or maintain employment because of their injuries or conditions stemming from their time in service may be granted TDIU.

Our vocational services are designed to assess a veteran’s potential of returning to work. If it is determined to be unfeasible for a veteran to return to work, an evaluation report may be used as evidence to support their claim for unemployability benefits. The process is as follows:

TDIU Consultation ($150)

Up to one hour of an in-person or virtual consultation with a Certified Vocational Evaluation Specialist. During this appointment, you may provide information to determine the feasibility of your claim.

A Vocational Assessment ($150)

A thorough review of the evidence supporting your claim for unemployability. You should provide all documentation that substantiates your claim (i.e., resume, medical records, disability rating, etc.).

Unemployability Report ($1000)

An extensive evaluation report summarizing your disability and vocational limitations that support your claim of unemployability due to service-connected disabilities (vocational assessment required). Report may be presented as a hard copy or an electronic PDF file.

Career Planning/Vocational Consulting

Career planning and vocational exploration helps individuals identify the aptitudes, skills, training, and experience needed to perform potential jobs of interest.  At Vision Counseling & Vocational Consulting, we provide vocational expertise in helping you choose careers that are realistic and attainable. Our services include:

  • Career Exploration
  • Interview Preparation
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Resume Review & Development
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Planning
  • Vocational Testing

Support Groups

Group therapy provides support, insight, and skill building for everyone involved. Participants engage in dialogue and collaborative activities to deepen and enhance their understanding of the subject matter discussed.  We offer support groups for the following:

  • Addictions
  • Anger Management
  • Batterer’s Intervention
  • Parenting Support
  • Shoplifting
  • Substance Use/ Abuse
  • Interpersonal Relations

We accept the following Employee Assistance Programs:


Do we accept insurance? If so, which insurance(s) do we accept?
Yes, we accept Blue Cross Blue Shield insurances.
Do we accept Medicaid?
We are not currently accepting Medicaid plans at this time.
Can I use insurance for Couples/ Family Counseling?
No. We aren’t able to bill insurance for Couples/ Family counseling.
Do we offer a sliding scale?
Yes, we do offer a sliding scale on a case-by-case basis.
What is an EAP?
An Employee Assistance Program (EAP), is a benefit offered by many employers allowing employees to receive mental health counseling for no cost to the employee
Do we accept EAPs?
We do accept several EAPs for mental health counseling. We are currently accepting: ComPsych, FirstSun, AllOne Health (formerly Palmetto), Uprise Health, Magellan, and LifeWorks EAPs.
How do I get started with a TDIU Vocational Assessment?
Our TDIU Vocational Evaluation process is in three steps. You would first have a consultation with Chaddrick, a Certified Vocational Evaluation Specialist. From there, you may opt to have a formal Vocational Assessment in which pertinent documentation would be evaluated. Head over to our Services page for more information.