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Suzanne Day

(she/her)

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LCSW
20 years of experience
Virtual
Hey there! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker that practices Behaviorism. What that means is that we will work together to target behaviors that can help you improve your current mental state. I want to help you see quantifiable progress from our work together. A little about me: My name is Suzanne. I’m a person that loves the sun, being by water and dogs! In my free time I volunteer with a Great Dane rescue. I enjoy those huge, goofy, couch potato dogs. I’ve moved around a lot and went to school at Syracuse University and graduate school in Washington D.C. I have two decades of experience specializing in trauma, grief, relationship issues, anxiety, addiction and depression. I’ve been heavily involved in working with military, veterans and first responders. You are the subject matter expert in what you need and I will supply tools, support, information and backing. We will work together on making goals and action steps on how to reach your goals.

Next available: Feb 29

Rosario Sralla

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LCPC
17 years of experience
Virtual
My name is Rosario Sralla. I was born in Monterey, Mexico but have been a Texan since I was 2 years old. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in the State of North Carolina, and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Maine. I reside in Western North Carolina with my husband of 23 years, and our 2 giant Schnauzers - Clyde (8) and Thor (7). I have two grown step-children and a combined total of 5 beautiful grandchildren. They all live in the San Antonio area in Texas. I have two sons - Ben and Jacob - who have been living with Jesus for 20 and 11 years, respectively. They were 30 and 34, respectively, when they changed addresses. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology.

Next available: Feb 23

Tiffany Lopez

(she/her)

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LCSW
5 years of experience
Virtual
Hello! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, licensed to practice in various states. I have experience working in a variety of mental health settings and have found my passion working as an outpatient therapist. In our work together you can expect to be met with a therapeutic alliance that promotes safety, empathy, compassion, and value, as a human being.

Next available: Feb 23

Samantha Skirka

(she/her)

Samantha Skirka profile image
LCSW
12 years of experience
Warm
Solution oriented
Empowering
Virtual
Hey, everyone! Welcome! My name is Samantha and I have been a clinician for the past twelve years or so. I love helping my clients to reach their full potential and to achieve their goals, and I find being a clinician to be so special and rewarding. I have experience working with clients of all ages in settings such as K-12 schools, juvenile justice, long-term care/geriatrics, etc. I am a mom, and it is the BEST job in the world and yet is also the most challenging job in the world! What a rollercoaster ride, huh? In my free time I enjoy listening to audiobooks, de-cluttering (it's therapeutic for me!), and spending time with my family. Fun fact- I also have a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and I took two years of Japanese language classes in high school!

Next available: Feb 25

Karre Kern, LCSW, LMT, Notary Public

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LCSW
7 years of experience
Solution oriented
Holistic
Empowering
Virtual
Hello and a warm welcome to you, I'm Karre, she/her. I have more than 20 years of experience helping facilitate positive change with a diverse clientele. Through my massage therapy practice, I discovered the healing that is possible for both myself and my clients. Inspired by the many years of personal narratives, shared with me during bodywork sessions, I continued my journey into mental health. Healing of the whole person, mind-body-spirit, is central to my clinical practice. Within a safe and welcoming space, we explore your experiences, self-talk, physical wellness, inspiration, values, goals, and balance. I love my work, helping you to discover, recover, and embrace your inner strengths, moving towards fulfillment and joy is a privilege. I am always eager to learn and train, finding different ways of approaching my work to provide optimum care. Those closest to me know me as an ardent mom, wife, and nana, a traveler, and an arts-inspired social equality-loving creator. Please note, across from "Book session" you will see the time zone appointments are displayed in. You are welcome to reach out to me directly to schedule a short consultation to see if we are a good fit or check in about availability options.

Next available: Feb 26

Michaela Joy Cook

(she/her)

Michaela Joy Cook profile image
LCSW
5 years of experience
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Hello, I'm Michaela! Are you looking for a safe place to be yourself and open up about difficult things? I recognize the strength it takes to open up and be vulnerable, and I would be honored to be a part of your healing journey! I believe I have a calming and empathetic nature that will make the clients that I work with feel right at home. Not to mention, I like to sprinkle in a bit of humor and creativity. Do you ever feel stuck in life and you're hoping for change? I seek to nurture positive growth and change. Ultimately, my primary goal is to create a nonjudgmental space for clients to authentically be themselves and heal.

Next available: Feb 23

Joe Hupp LISW-S, LCSW, LICSW, LSCSW, ACSW

(he/him)

Joe Hupp LISW-S, LCSW, LICSW, LSCSW, ACSW profile image
LCSW
20 years of experience
Open-minded
Warm
Virtual
Hello, I am Joe and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker, with the ability to serve those located throughout the United States. My aim to to ensure that each and every session be approach with comfort, finding solutions and getting you to feel better with whatever associated problem you are experiencing. It may be overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. We can work together to find a solution to getting you to feel better!

Next available: Feb 24

Emani Mills

(she/her)

Emani Mills profile image
LCSW
5 years of experience
Virtual
Hi! I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) based in North Carolina. I received my Masters from the University of Georgia and have been practicing for 5 years. I help young adults struggling with anxiety disorders by sorting through and processing feelings as well as developing strategies to promote functioning.

Next available: Feb 23

Ryann Diaz, LCSW

(she/her)

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LCSW
3 years of experience
Virtual
Looking for a down to earth and relaxed therapist? You're in the right place! While all the individuals I serve are unique, my focus is within the LGBTQ+ community, and the foster care system. I have lived experiences in both. I address a multitude of concerns including various LGBTQ+ issues, gender identity, transgender health, grief/loss, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, chronic illness, boundaries, and coping skills. I'm here to provide you with a safe space and affirming care to navigate your concerns and assist you in reaching your goals!

Next available: Feb 23

Danielle Turcotte

(she/her)

Danielle Turcotte profile image
LCSW
10 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Virtual
Hello and thank you for visiting my profile! Reaching out for help is a big step for many people and I truly appreciate your courage and willingness to lean into growth and problem-solving! I am excited to get to know more about you and how I might be helpful or supportive. I operate from a strong relationally-based approach that is client-centered, solution-focused, and non-judgmental. I am very committed to building rapport, open communication, and assisting in helping you meet the goals you set, at the pace that you feel is appropriate. I believe in creating a nurturing, comfortable, and safe space for expression that promotes authentic exploration and insight. To tell you a bit about myself, I have been an independently licensed social worker since 2013. I earned my undergraduate degree in psychology from Wheaton College in Massachusetts (2006) and my master's degree in social work from the University of New England in Maine (2010). I spent much of my earlier professional career working with children/adolescents, young adults, and families, primarily within the confluence of mental health and education, before transitioning into private practice. My clinical approach and style is always crafted for the person/people sitting in front of me, drawing influence from Cognitive Behavioral, Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Humanistic, and Somatic forms of Therapy (among others), including techniques in mindfulness, rational emotive therapy, applied behavioral analysis, family systems, relational therapy, and narrative therapy. We will work together to figure out what you are comfortable exploring and how I can be most effective in helping you to reach your goals. My therapeutic skillset is strongest with individual challenges related to behavioral/emotional management (such as coping with strong feelings or life events, self-control, child/adolescent social/emotional/behavioral struggles), identity formation/re-formation/life transitions (exploring feelings of being lost or alone, questions such as, "Who am I? How do I figure out who I am/who I want to be/what I want to do with my life moving forward? How have/are experiences and influences affecting my sense of self and others?"), and relational dynamics (family systems, parent/child relationships, sibling relationships, and peer relationships). I am also well-practiced in working with people who are struggling with symptoms of anxiety, depression, and trauma. As stated above, it takes courage and strength to lean into putting the work into actively creating change in a positive direction. The fact that you are here reading profiles is an accomplishment to be celebrated! I am here for you if/when you are ready, and look forward to celebrating your future achievements!

Next available: Mar 12

Abbie Vita

(she/her)

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LCSW
11 years of experience
Virtual
Hi there! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the states of Florida and Maine with over 10 years of clinical experience. I specialize in working with adults and teens struggling with issues related to stress and coping with life’s changes, anxiety, trauma, identity, body image, self-esteem, and LBTQIA+. I earned my undergraduate degree from Mary Baldwin University in Staunton Virginia where I majored in Sociology. I continued my education at Springfield College in Springfield Massachusetts and earned my master's degree in Social Work.

Next available: Feb 28

Zoe Prowell

(she/her)

Zoe Prowell profile image
LCSW
10 years of experience
Empowering
Authentic
Direct
Virtual
I am a therapist specializing in adult mental health and addiction disorders. I have 10 years of experience providing individual, family, group, and couples therapy. I have worked in both inpatient and outpatient environments. Here at Grow I offer individual and couples counseling. Individual counseling is billed through insurance or self-pay at $100 per hour. Couples counseling is self-pay only at $150 per hour. There is a no show fee of $100. There is a late cancellation (less than 24 hours) fee of $100. My mission is to be used by God to help others reach their highest potential and purpose in life; to represent and teach tolerance, respect, and harmony; and to promote social and economic justice. I believe that all people regardless of race, culture, age, gender, religion, physical or mental disability, and sexual orientation are entitled to basic rights and fair, humane treatment. I believe that all members of society should have the same basic rights, protections, opportunities, obligations, and social benefits. My practice is governed by the belief that you are a valuable human being. You have the right to express your ideas and opinions openly and honestly. You have the right to direct and govern your life. You have the right to stand up for yourself without anxiety and make choices that are good for you. You have the right to change your mind. You have the right to not be liked by everyone. You have the right to be wrong. You have the right to make requests and refuse them without feeling guilty. You have the right to ask for information. You have the right not to be responsible for others’ behaviors, actions, feelings, or problems.

Next available: Feb 28

Amber Smith

(she/her)

Amber Smith profile image
LCPC
19 years of experience
Open-minded
Direct
Humorous
Virtual
For over 18 years, I have been empowering individuals to live their best lives while coping with difficulties including anxiety, depression, trauma, medical concerns, and infertility. I have a variety of personal and professional experiences that contribute to the development of my empathy, understanding, and relatability. I began my career working with children who had a family member murdered. Since then I have worked with a variety of trauma victims including sexual abuse survivors, adults with child abuse histories, and domestic violence victims. I love helping individuals with trauma make peace with their trauma. I have extensive experience helping people with eating concerns and make peace with food. I am in the process of becoming a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I, also, have worked with many individuals who need help finding motivation to move forward. Whether you're a young adult confused about what to do next, an individual struggling with depression or grief coping with discouragement, or a person with anxiety afraid to make changes, I can assist you in making steps to move forward in your life. In addition, I have counseled many individuals struggling emotionally due to chronic medical conditions. I am a cancer survivor; therefore I am extremely passionate about helping others cope with medical conditions, chronic pain, and infertility. I work hard to be culturally competent. I love to travel and have visited (and lived) all over the world; therefore, I am familiar with working with people of difficult cultures and backgrounds I understand starting counseling can be very “nerve-racking.” I will try to make it as comfortable as possible. My counseling style is warm, patient, and client-centered. I encourage my clients to develop their own goals and areas of focus, but I am always there to help guide them. Also, I am very logical and insight-oriented. My clients often comment that I have helped them develop new understandings and perspectives. I am looking forward to hearing from you!

Next available: Feb 23

Cindy Gaskins

(she/her)

Cindy Gaskins  profile image
LCPC
25 years of experience
Open-minded
Empowering
Virtual
People can make better decisions if they have enough information and understanding about how counseling works. Here are some aspects of counseling and therapy as I perceive and practice it: Therapeutic counseling requires your active involvement including efforts to change any self-defeating thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You will be asked to work both in and out of the therapeutic counseling sessions. I may occasionally request that you do “homework” (ok-not a formal request because life happens and inevitably it will be that you have life duties to attend to but maybe jotting things down or making notes for yourself kind of homework) by way of providing you with further reinforcement to concepts discussed in session or simply to prompt further insight and self- exploration. There are no instant, painless, or passive cures, no “magic pills”. Instead, there will be ongoing personal and spiritual growth that can occur with your conscious effort. Most likely, you will need to work on improving stress management, cognitions (e.g. beliefs and thought processes), emotional health, relationships, and your general lifestyle if counseling is to be successful. Sometimes change will be relatively easy but more often change takes much effort, time, and persistence. My hope for you is that you grow into your best self in the present and that that allows you to be your best version for your future. Therapy is about YOU and your needs. I specialize in trauma, mood, and anxiety disorders and am an LGBTQ++ ally and kink-aware professional.

Next available: Mar 20

Christine Weber

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LCPC
30 years of experience
Empowering
Warm
Virtual
I would like to provide people with the best possible counseling to meet them where they are at. I am person centered and am aware everyone is different and have different needs and goals important to be aware of in the counseling process. I have been in the field for over 30 years working with those with all diagnoses especially anxiety, depression and substance use. I offer strategies to ease the symptoms of these to then be able to work on changing thoughts to then change behaviors. I am motivated to help you to be able to manage your symptoms and become aware that you can control your thoughts and behaviors and improve your quality of life.

Next available: Feb 23

Allison Randall

(she/her)

Allison Randall profile image
LCSW
25 years of experience
Intelligent
Authentic
Open-minded
Virtual
Welcome to Safe Haven Counseling, LLC. My name is Allison Krauss Randall and I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years of experience providing counseling services to women, men and children who have experienced trauma, loss and stress in their relationships and in their lives. I am trauma informed and trained as well as have trained over 200 therapists nationally regarding the impact of trauma on our attachments and relationships. I know both personally and professionally how important healthy, meaningful relationships are to our overall well-being. I also know the profound impact when our most important relationships are full of stress, hurt, betrayal and trauma. I have extensive knowledge on the impact of trauma when we desire loving supportive connections. I desire to create a "safe haven" where individuals can feel a sense of calm in the storms of their traumatic relationships to explore, process and heal the broken pieces of our hearts when our connections hurt rather than support.

Next available: Feb 26

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