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84 therapists in Texas specializing in Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)

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Julie Schrader

Julie Schrader profile image
LPC
10 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Whether you are struggling with relationships, work, anxiety, depression, or feel "stuck," you are no longer alone in your journey. Entering therapy is a brave choice, and helping you to reach your personal goals is my objective when partnering with you. I provide a safe, professional, warm environment where you can process your circumstances and make the necessary changes to live the life you want to live.

Next available: Jul 1

Daniel MacDonald

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LPC
3 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Greetings, folks! My name is Daniel. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with three years of counseling experience and over eight years of working in the field of mental health. If you are an individual experience significant struggles maintaining balance in your life, whether it be staving off depression and anxiety, difficulty maintaining your relationships, work life or general health, I believe I can be of some relief. Knowing some folks may be scared or hesitant to pursue therapy, I provide a safe and inviting environment, keeping at a pace at which you can feel comfortable as you work toward healing and developing a stronger relationship with yourself. I am an inquisitive mind and will ask many questions so that I may have further understanding of and greater compassion for your struggles as we strengthen our therapeutic alliance and work through what ails you.

Next available: Jun 26

Suzanne Day

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Suzanne Day profile image
LCSW
20 years of experience
Solution oriented
Authentic
Direct
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: Jul 4

Steve Spohr

Steve Spohr profile image
LPC
20 years of experience
Open-minded
Authentic
Direct
Virtual
I have been found to be very effective working with individuals that present with persistent mental illness to impaired professionals including lawyers, pilots, entrepreneurs and other high-achieving individuals who are experiencing difficulty managing their careers and relationships due to dual diagnosis, psychiatric disorder, demands of stress and all types of addictions. With several years of impatient experience, I am known for being able to identify and treat the real problem. Let's work together, you can feel better! I have several years working in different capacities of Behavioral health treatment facilities. I am a certified interventionist with experience getting those suffering the treatment they deserve.

Next available: Jun 23

Darian Brinton

Darian Brinton profile image
LMFT
7 years of experience
Solution oriented
Authentic
Empowering
Virtual
Hello, my name is Darian Brinton and I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I believe you have the answers to life's biggest challenges and questions. I have found that by providing a listening ear, and space for intentional self-reflection, everyone can make significant improvements in many areas of their lives. I have experience working with men, young adults and teens with a variety of mental health-related challenges and complex life circumstances including Men's Issues, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Divorce, and overall stress to name a few. My mission is to help you find mental clarity, clarification of values, and an increase in present awareness. My approach to working with clients is to be a guide, allowing you to uncover insights and self-discovery at your own pace. I utilize an eclectic approach utilizing modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Exposure Response Prevention to name a few. I assist in values exploration, mindfulness practices, and replacing faulty and unhelpful thoughts.

Next available: Jun 23

Shari M. Purry, LPC-S

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Shari M. Purry, LPC-S profile image
LPC
20 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Solution oriented
Virtual
Hello, I am Shari. Are you looking for someone you can feel safe to address your needs and not feel judged? Are you looking for someone authentic and supportive? Are you having difficulty finding someone who will be honest and direct? I work well with anyone who is motivated to start addressing their concerns right away. I believe finding the right therapist can be challenging, but it should not be a barrier to getting help. Finding a therapist should feel comfortable and natural. I am told I have a way of helping people feel as if they have known me before. I like to get an understanding of the source of your problem. Then together we explore how the source influences your thinking. People live life through their experiences which do not always serve us very well in today's time. I also believe in working from a holistic approach. Did you know our daily routines can prolong your recovery or cause mental instability? I have experienced being in a therapeutic relationship and believe in normalizing the need to get help in this way.

Next available: Jun 25

Daniel Leal

(he/him)

Daniel Leal profile image
LPC
5 years of experience
Direct
Solution oriented
Open-minded
Virtual
Hello, my name is Daniel Leal. I am an LPC and have been in the mental health field for about 5 years. My specialty and love is working with child/adolescent clients who have behavioral issues. However, I love also working with all individuals to help them create opportunities to change their lives. I have gained a lot of experience working with a range of mental health challenges, including highly acute clients with significant diagnoses such as Bipolar and Schizophrenia. I am comfortable working in many settings and would describe myself as inclusive and strength-based. The main theories I utilize are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational interviewing, and Solution Focused. I consider myself an active listener and like to come alongside all clients as they decide to make positive changes in their lives. I am supportive, and find joy in helping people identify their goals, and make them a reality.

Next available: Jun 22

Erie Hebert, LCSW, LCDC, Adv. PIT, Captain (USA, Ret.)

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Erie Hebert, LCSW, LCDC, Adv. PIT, Captain (USA, Ret.) profile image
LCSW
6 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Solution oriented
Virtual
Do you feel like you've lost your way, your purpose and identity, or just need to get back on track? Hello! My name is Erie, and I'd love to help you. Social workers typically have an interesting life story and personal experiences with tragedy that tug at our heartstrings. I am no different. At times, I wonder "how is it that I have survived these mountains and valleys?" Despite personal tragedy, loss, and despair, influential people have served as beacons of hope throughout the years in my life. To quote an innovative, and at the time, social outcast, Bill W., he stated: "there is nothing that can replace the power of one alcoholic helping another." Just as this infectious feeling of compassion spreads inside of us as we help another, I began my journey in social work in the most unlikely of places- inside the rooms of AA and NA. Along with my re-creation of self through school, internships, and certifications, I have learned one basic human tenant that would be my guiding light through the most challenging of times: people need people. I realize that this sounds a bit rudimentary, but this is the cornerstone of social work and the secret to my success in beating the statistical odds that accompany a survivor of childhood abuse, drug addiction and alcoholism, military combat trauma, and the loss of a child. So, the question stands: why am I here and what do I want? I simply want to pay it forward as many have done for me. I would have never expected to be where I am or doing what I'm doing. I personally believe that there is hope and light in the most desperate, dark places and recesses of the human soul. For that reason, I bet on the underdog, society's undeserving, and those with whom all other plans have failed. I find that my reward and inner satisfaction comes with doing for others when all else has failed and all others have given up. For this reason, I will keep doing for others, because they are worth it.

Next available: Jul 9

Jeff Quan

(he/him)

Jeff Quan profile image
LPC
20 years of experience
Intelligent
Empowering
Solution oriented
Virtual
Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired, but unsure what to do about it? Does anxiety, depression, or other life conditions keep you from being your best? If so, I may be able to assist you in your growth and development along your healing journey. I serve to empower my clients and assist them in working through and overcoming their mental and behavioral health struggles. I have 20 years of experience in helping clients with recovery from trauma and abuse, stress, anxiety, depression, coping with addictions, and anger management. I will work with you to create an open and safe environment where your thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgment. Taking the first step to sign up for therapy can take courage and I appreciate you for demonstrating your worth and value as you begin your healing journey.

Next available: Jun 24

Monica M. Rivera-Pina, owner of Pragmatic Solutions Therapy PLLC

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Monica M. Rivera-Pina, owner of Pragmatic Solutions Therapy PLLC profile image
LPC
20 years of experience
Solution oriented
Warm
Empowering
Virtual
Hello Friend! Everyone at one point or another will find themselves dealing with a host of unbearable stressors, as if weighed down. We may even describe the feeling as 'lost in a web of frustration'. Some may describe that sense of being as anxious, fatigue, or sadness, as if our unique threshold is completely depleted. But did you know feeling anxiousness is normal? Many would not know that feeling stress is actually a sense of determination for control and feeling tired is just temporary. Anxiousness is innate in all of us to escape danger. What's not healthy is when the stressors has crossed the threshold to what feels comfortable and interrupts our daily habits/responsibilities. But how do we 'fix things' when all we want is to be alone? When life throws us lemons, make lemonade? As simple as finding a helper - me. I’ll help you navigate the web of confusion to find YOUR empowerment. My journey began as a young child whose home was a host of struggles/abuse which later became insight into the struggles others experience. I found a well-regarded psychotherapist who helped me learn life-long cognitive tools. Later, as a psychotherapist in a clinical setting, I garnered a vast amount of knowledge which helped me to specialize in various modalities of treatment. Proper psychotherapists should emphasize there is no such thing as "the magic pill" and most treatments don't require medication. I hold a high standard for clients' rights as a mental health advocate with a high standard for myself. I serve all slices of society including those dealing with depression, grief, anxiety, relationship issues, past trauma, adjustment, chronic health and other issues. Together, we can identify what's not working for you. We will find solutions you innately use and form goals that do NOT require much change in your life.

Next available: Jun 28

Pablo Reyna

Pablo Reyna profile image
LPC
8 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Intelligent
Virtual
For the last seven years I have worked with clients including but not limited to adults, couples, and families dealing with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, addiction, marital problems, anger problems, and vast other areas of mental health in clinical and hospital settings. As a Clinician I hope to help others better understand the complications that can occur in life on a daily basis and how to maintain a balance so those problems do not define them as a person. I hope to help people understand what counseling truly is and is able to do for them in the correct setting. I hope they will gain a better understanding of the true purpose of counseling to help them grow as a person. I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Minor in Faith Development. I have a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling.

Next available: Jun 24

Dr. Fancy Patrick

Dr. Fancy Patrick profile image
LPC
8 years of experience
Empowering
Challenging
Open-minded
Virtual
Hello! I am a Doctor of Marriage & Family Therapy and currently a Licensed Professional Counselor. I currently have 8 years of counseling/clinical experience. As a LPC, my style is warm, non-judgmental, and compassionate. I use a mix of solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and person-centered therapies. I aim to make clients feel comfortable and at ease while being attentive and open. I specialize in both outpatient and inpatient services treating military/veteran populations, PTSD/trauma, substance abuse disorders and addiction, co-occurring disorders, anxiety/depression/stress, ADHD, sports psychology and performance anxiety with student/professional athletes, and family/couples/relational and intimate relationships. Additionally, I have specialized experience in conducting clinical assessments of substance abuse patients, formulating behavioral health treatment plans, providing professional counseling to substance abuse patients, treating psychological conditions associated with medical complications, performing biopsychosocial/psychological evaluations of clients, developing behavioral health treatment plans, and providing psychotherapy for adolescents, teenagers, adults, couples, and family populations. There are countless theories, modalities, and orientations in the therapy world. This can be very confusing for those who simply are unsure what fits them. My biggest takeaway from this journey of mine is that it is not so much about a theory but rather active listening, creating context, and simply being there with the individual(s) looking for different perspectives to help guide a client to move forward is really what therapy is all about. I look forward to guiding you on your journey of faith, hope and wellness!

Next available: Jun 24

Allison Woolford

(she/her)

Allison Woolford profile image
LPC
4 years of experience
Open-minded
Warm
Virtual
Welcome! My name is Allison, and I am passionate about helping others to fully discover and grow to become their most authentic/true self. I believe it is important that we challenge ourselves and do hard work while also giving ourselves grace along the way. I enjoy working with those struggling with an eating disorder, body image distress, anxiety, and life changes. If this sounds like you, let's work together!

Next available: Jun 25

Ruthie Hagin

Ruthie Hagin profile image
LPC
11 years of experience
Authentic
Open-minded
Virtual
Hi! My name is Ruthie. I am from the great state of Texas (Texans are always proud of being from Texas for some reason!). I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC), and National Certified Counselor (NCC). I graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and the University of Mobile with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. I approach our time together with integrating Christian, biblically, faith-based principles along with clinical treatment approaches and techniques tailored for you. I'm a narrative therapist at heart, which means we all have a story of our lives, and in the sharing of our story, we discover possible meaning, insights, healing, and growth. It is my goal to create an inviting, warm, safe place for you to share that story, and we can discover together how the Lord wants to bring healing and hope. It is my hope that people will take away from sessions feeling supported, cared for, listened to, not alone, comforted, encouraged, and with a spark of faith that it is ok to have the courage to hope again.

Next available: Jun 26

Sisily Rainey

Sisily Rainey profile image
LPC
5 years of experience
Virtual
Hi, I'm Sisily and I'm excited that you have taken the time to read a bit about me. I believe that the therapy journey will show improvements in your life as you reach towards the goals you have for healing, self-improvement, growth and any other goals you have. We all deal with various levels of anxiety and depression through-out life; learning to manage this is a big focus for me. To admit we go through these emotions during stressful times only allows for the tools to be learned to help us push through these emotions. I've been in the counseling profession for a little over five years. My passion for healing and self-realization led me to this. I implement and live out the things I share with others. I hope that while on your search to find a therapist; you find that I am a good fit for you.

Next available: Jun 24

Christopher Pieper

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Christopher Pieper profile image
LPC
14 years of experience
Authentic
Humorous
Open-minded
Virtual
The objective for my clients during this journey is to create a partnership where they feel safe and free to speak their minds and introduce them to a process void of judgment, focused on overall well-being and mutual respect. My style is one of partnership, utilizing techniques and interventions best suited to each client's needs. I concentrate on supportive techniques while respectfully challenging my clients to challenge themselves.

Next available: Jun 24

Abigail McNeely

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Abigail McNeely profile image
PsyD
31 years of experience
Open-minded
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Hi there. I'm Abigail McNeely. I am the owner of Wellspring Behavioral Health, founded in 1998, and collaborate with Grow to offer therapy to people like you. Visit my website at www.ibwell.com to learn a bit more about Wellspring. Let me tell you a little about me. I received my Doctor of Psychology from Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota and a Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Texas in Austin. In addition to graduate coursework, I completed a neuropsychological practicum at Austin State Hospital, a health psychology internship at The Everett Clinic in Everett Washington, and a counseling internship at New Life Institute in Austin, Texas. I approach therapy as a teacher, coach, and cheerleader. My perspective is holistic; that is, I see us as whole beings and believe therapy is best when we remember to acknowledge our complexity. I started my career as a paramedic in Florida, and Texas. Working in EMS for 15 years with sick and injured people prompted a great interest in the underlying psychological elements that drive us as humans. I learned then that how we respond to difficulties shapes how we endure and recover. I was and am truly amazed at the strength and resilience of people! The privilege of joining with others as they face their challenges has enriched me and I want to share that with you. In my downtime, I like to hike, camp, play with my pups, love on my cats, and watch the world go by. I have been married for 37 years and am devoted to my spouse and our future.

Next available: Jun 26

Kimberly Wilson

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Kimberly Wilson profile image
LPC
17 years of experience
Virtual
Dr. Kimberly Wilson has completed a post-doctorate in Clinical Research at Harvard Medical School, has earned a doctorate degree in Medicine from Southwest College of Medicine, and graduated from Northwestern University with a Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling Psychology/Pediatric Mental Health. Kimberly is a licensed naturopathic physician, a chemical dependency counselor, a marriage and family therapist, and a licensed professional counselor. Kimberly has experience working with individuals and families of all ages and diverse backgrounds affected by serious mental illness, anxiety, OCD, mood disorders, and addiction in hospital-based mental health care as well as private practice, producing positive outcomes with those impacted by childhood trauma, addiction, chronic illnesses, insomnia, and perinatal anxiety and depression.

Next available: Jun 24

Donald Bradley

(he/him)

Donald Bradley profile image
LPC
15 years of experience
Intelligent
Warm
Virtual
Everyone is familiar with the term “If life gives you lemons make lemonade” That process can leave a person feeling unsettled, doubtful, or anxious. No matter what life brings us rest assured knowing that there is a place we’re the tools to handle those situation exists. This is why a therapeutic relationship is so valuable. Utilizing a person centered approach built around your unique needs and experiences we are able to gain new insight, enhance self-awareness, and cultivate self-compassion. This will help to discover and embrace the best version of yourself

Next available: Jun 24

Michael Bradford, LPC-S

(he/him)

Michael Bradford, LPC-S profile image
LPC
17 years of experience
Solution oriented
Empowering
Open-minded
Virtual
I love people, and I love helping people through struggles. I listen with a non-judgmental caring heart, knowing we have all struggled in different ways. I would be honored to help guide you to the first and/or next steps in your healing journey. I specialize in trauma therapy, depression, addictions and compulsions, anxiety, parenting, and Christian counseling. I started my counseling career by volunteering on teen suicide hotline about 28 years ago, and have been fully licensed as a professional counselor for over 17 years now.

Next available: Jun 22

Ehsan A. Shabahang

(he/him)

Ehsan A. Shabahang profile image
LPC
2 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Warm
Virtual
Are you feeling overwhelmed or struggling with your relationships? Does anxiety or stress seem impossible to shake off? Maybe you're at a crossroads with your career or finding it hard to connect with yourself. Or perhaps you've experienced trauma that you cannot navigate alone; you're not alone, and there is help available. I'm Ehsan Shabahang, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) dedicated to helping you overcome life's challenges. Having worked with over 4,000 clients, including individuals, families, couples, students, groups, children, and non-profit organizations, I understand that life can be unpredictable. My military experience and multidisciplinary approach to therapy have taught me resilience and the importance of mental health. As an LPC, I hold a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and am currently pursuing a PhD in Social Psychology. I use a unique blend of therapy models in my practice, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), the Gottman Method, and sex therapy as a Certified Sex Therapy Informed Professional (CSTIP). This diverse approach allows me to better address your mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. I also integrate mindfulness, yoga, and art therapy to help you build a stronger, more positive relationship with yourself. My approach is especially supportive for those who have experienced trauma, providing a safe and nurturing environment to process and heal. Whether you're dealing with career stress, relationship issues, trauma, or looking to improve your self-awareness, I'm here to help. I offer a safe, compassionate, and judgment-free space where you can find the support you need. Together, we'll use practical tools and scientifically proven methods to help you achieve your goals. Take the first step towards a better life. Let's embark on this journey of growth and self-discovery together.

Next available: Jun 24

Hollie Pool

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Hollie Pool profile image
LMFT
6 years of experience
Solution oriented
Warm
Virtual
Are you feeling stuck in frustrating patterns or struggling to find joy in the monotony of life? Are you easily overwhelmed by emotions? Do you struggle with overthinking, worrying, and obsessing over little things, big things, and everything in between? Perhaps you've tried different strategies on your own, but continue to find yourself falling back into old habits. Life is too short to be controlled by anxiety, depression, past traumas, or unsatisfying relationships. Let's get you moving in the right direction and help you find peace, control, and clarity. I can help you build a life that you feel excited to wake up to each morning. Together, we will create a plan to move you toward your goals, help you break free from the burdens that you carry, and cultivate a life of meaning and purpose. I offer a supportive space that incorporates mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy and couples counseling. Each of these modalities provide a way of integrating the mind-body connection and working through emotions, thought patterns, and experiences. Here, you will be free to share your concerns, fears, and insecurities while acquiring the necessary tools to propel yourself forward and live your best life. I can't wait to join you on your journey!

Next available: Jun 25

Dr. Stacee Reicherzer

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Dr. Stacee Reicherzer profile image
LPC
20 years of experience
Empowering
Authentic
Warm
Virtual
Hi there, my name’s Stacee and I’m a transgender therapist who specializes in work with adult LGBTQ+ clients. There are so many parts to our shared experience: Trauma that’s related to our families-of-origin. For many of us, our families were our first bullies. Grief from our losses of intimate partners, lovers, friends, family, and pets. Anxiety and perfectionism that comes with trying to prove our worth in the world. Spiritual trauma from histories with shame-based religious systems. History with abusive or exploitative relationships, whether bullying bosses, predatory ex-partners or family members. Sometimes, we allowed ourselves to be exploited if it meant we could matter to someone. Weird shaming dynamics that exist within our queer subcultures around body image, shape, and size; our gender behaviors; and even social factors like a decision to live sober. Legitimate fear for our own lives and the safety of our families that’s in response to government actions. Our histories can show up in complicated ways: intrusive thoughts and nightmares, panic and anxiety, compulsive behaviors that once soothed us but now are destructive, cycles of depression. Then we experience guilt and shame that comes with the belief that we should ‘just get over it,’ just as we’ve had to forgive and get over so many things. Yet, there are some things we can't just get over on our own. This is the subject of my self-help book, The Healing Otherness Handbook. I look forward to meeting you and learning how I can help you get your fabulous back, or maybe discover it for the first time.

Next available: Jun 26

Suzette Sova-Robertson

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Suzette Sova-Robertson profile image
LPC
18 years of experience
Empowering
Authentic
Warm
Virtual
Suzette is passionate about helping people and assisting them to attain their dreams and goals./ She believes in meeting people where they are at and listening nonjudgmentally allowing people to be heard and understood. Suzette also believes in working with the person to provide case management when needed. If the uncertainty of life and life circumstances begin to overwhelm you Suzette will be there to listen and guide you to the place you hope and long to be./ She does understand the complexity of life and relationships/ and has a background in working with victims and families of domestic violence, trauma survivors and individuals struggling with depression, PTSD and anxiety./ Suzette also has a background working with persons with Bipolar I and II, schizophrenia, psychotic disorders, eating disorders and substance use disorders./ She has also worked with children and teens utilizing play therapy and animal assisted therapy. Suzette has a background in Suicide prevention and intervention along with Mental Health First Aid./ Suzette also taught for many years as a Mental Health First Aid national trainer and an international instructor for Safe TALK suicide prevention, and an instructor for ASK about Suicide./ She managed several successful mental health programs at one of the largest mental health organizations in the nation./ Suzette believes we all have the ability to grow and change with a little help. She is also tri-lingual in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Suzette believes in a more holistic approach offering suggestions to assist and patients growth.

Next available: Jun 25

Heather Robinson

Heather Robinson profile image
LCSW
17 years of experience
Direct
Authentic
Empowering
Virtual
"Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in our soul, and sings the tunes without the words, and never stops at all." Emily Dickinson "As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), I bring a wealth of therapeutic expertise and an unwavering commitment to supporting individuals and families on their unique journeys. I view counseling as a collaborative, confidential partnership where my primary role is to provide an empathetic and non-judgmental space for exploration and growth. I employ a diverse array of therapy models and strategies, but I also recognize the immense power of simply listening and understanding. Together, we will delve into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, exploring their impact on both your personal well-being and your relationships with others. My approach is action-oriented and empathetic, geared towards identifying practical solutions for your current challenges, ultimately enhancing your outlook and circumstances. I understand that seeking counseling can be intimidating, and I want to assure you that my focus is not on judgment but on helping you resolve issues and make choices that align with your goals for a more fulfilling life. Sometimes, this may involve gentle challenges to facilitate personal growth, always rooted in a foundation of respect and empathy."

Next available: Jun 25

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