Do I Need Counseling?
COVID-19 UPDATE: For the time being, I am currently offering video and telephone counseling exclusively.
Have you been feeling anxious, stressed or worried? Perhaps feeling out of sorts or a little sad? You are not alone! We all have unique and personal ways of coping with stress and loss. But sometimes, despite our best efforts to get through tough times, we need a little outside help. That’s where counseling comes in. Talking to a counselor can help you grow as a person, have clarity, and learn positive ways of dealing with any personal or relationship issues.
I have been a counselor for over 20 years and specialize in helping clients cope with anxiety. During our sessions, I will listen, and also provide you with the tools you need to cope with feelings of frustration, fear, and anxiety. I am here to help you through these challenging times, to cope with life’s uncertainty, and eventually to adjust to whatever our new normal will be.
I specialize in helping clients through a variety of techniques including: counseling (cognitive-behavioral therapy, strengths-based, solution-focused therapy), hypnotherapy, and Emotional Freedom Techniques.
I am “The Anxiety Specialist” and also helps clients to cope with the following issues:
Bereavement /Grief Issues
Adjusting To Divorce
All sessions are completely confidential and by appointment only. I offer counseling for teens through adults. The rate for a 50-55 minute counseling session is $110, and the rate for a counseling/hypnotherapy session which lasts around 75 minutes is $150.
** VIDEO COUNSELING NOW AVAILABLE! **
If you are in urgent need of assistance, help is available!
You may text the word HOME to the number 741741 to reach a crisis counselor by text.
Or you can call the Behavioral Health Help Line at 800-418-2065, call 911, or present at your nearest emergency room.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255.