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Quest, a counseling service, is the most visible aspect of the Goodenough Community’s deep intention to see people actively involved in improving their lives. The community’s mental health service has been shaped by counselors and clients so that it has become a unique blend of education and therapy.


Quest helps clients to evaluate their life situations and to learn and change, with friends to support their efforts.Treatment approaches include: body-mind integration, cognitive behavioral therapy, family of origin work, healing of childhood trauma, consultation/coaching on career, work & family life. 


​Colette Hoff was a gifted counselor whose skills have been honed by over 40 years of practice. During that time she has maintained an individual practice and also collaborated with her husband, Dr. John Hoff, who has recently passed. ​

As pastoral counselors, their approach has been informed by educational and developmental theory, advances in brain science, and the river of wisdom that runs through the world’s great spiritual traditions – often called the perennial philosophy.  Colette shared a commitment to empowering clients to be effective as individuals, partners, parents and members of society. She offers a process-oriented approach arising from her exceptional ability to clarify where individuals are in their development and provide services to comfort, challenge, and guide. 


At the heart of her work is her intention to be an example of an individual living up to her full potential.

Quest Center can help if you are experiencing 

  • Finding meaning and purpose in life

  • Preparation for birth or adoption.

  • Preparation for marriage.

  • Changes in career or job.

  • Family life education: relational, marital, and family issues 

  • Preparation for blended family life.

  • Dealing with stress and anxiety.

  • Depression and mood difficulties.

  • Grief and loss.

  • Issues of nutrition/relationship with food.

  • Problems of addiction/attachment.

  • Unresolved abuse and trauma                       

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