Professional Counseling and Neurotherapy Services
Everything can be taken from a man or a woman but one thing: the last of human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.
-Viktor E. Frankl
Archway Support was founded in in 2008 in Midland, Texas and continues to be locally owned and operated. It was established as a counseling center for adults, children and families, employing two Licensed Professional Counselors. In 2009, neurotherapy was added as a unique adjunct to the practice of psychotherapy. While counseling is present in most every session, neurotherapy has become the primary clinical approach to most issues. Neurotherapy (or commonly called bio-/neuro-feedback), as offered by Archway, has grown over the past 10 years to include a unique collection of drug-free, state-of-the-art systems to address a wide variety of health and mental health symptoms. Archway Support continues serving the Permian Basin and surrounding area with two highly trained, professional therapists.
In 2016, Archway expanded and Archway Neurotherapy became a program within the nonprofit resource center, MARC/Spectrum of Solutions, specifically to provide neurotherapy (EEG biofeedback) and psychotherapy services to children and their families seeking solutions for anxiety, ADHD, autism, developmental delays and learning disabilities. Archway Neurotherapy was initially funded by The Henry Foundation & The Kidd Foundation and their donations were used to employ, train & equip a licensed mental health provider. In 2017, Archway more than doubled the number of clients at the MARC/Spectrum location. As a result, a wider population of individuals were served and the therapy modalities were increased to address an expanded list of mental health issues. As this program matured and successful client outcomes increased, additional therapists and resources were added.
In July 2018, in an effort to support the growing demand, Archway Outreach was established and became a tax exempt corporation. Through a strong and supportive relationship with The Henry Foundation and other new funders, this Archway nonprofit program continues to grow and many lives have been significantly changed and improved by training highly qualified, licensed, board certified therapists and by offering funded session fees to clients needing financial assistance.