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Stephanie Reyes

Stephanie Reyes profile image
LICSW
6 years of experience
Virtual
I understand that sometimes life can be challenging and can hinder personal growth, happiness, relationships, quality of life, professional success, parenting among other things. You feel like you are spinning your wheels but not going anywhere. You feel exhausted, overwhelmed, anxious, apathetic, sad and/or irritated. You may be surprised to know that there are ways to cope with these feelings so you can grab the reigns and get back on that horse! You want to create meaningful changes but aren’t sure where to start. I believe that the catalyst to that change exists within each of us, sometimes we need a little help to find it. I have experience working with older adults, adults, (teens 17+), veterans, active-duty military and their families, college students, EMS personnel, and caregivers in the treatment of mental health and life transition issues, marital issues, interpersonal issues, deployment, military separation, reunification, divorce, pregnancy, work and school issues, parenting and end of life issues (grief/placement). I can also provide case-management services, life coaching and ESA evaluations/letters.

Next available: May 29

Maria Bouharb

Maria Bouharb profile image
LMHC
20 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in supporting individuals navigating stress, anxiety, and relationship challenges. My expertise lies in guiding clients through various obstacles, fostering those pivotal ‘a-ha’ moments when they prove most beneficial. I believe in creating a safe and empathetic space for clients to explore their feelings, gain insights, and develop coping strategies. Together, we work towards positive change and personal growth.

Next available: Jun 3

Shari Ward

(she/her)

Shari Ward profile image
LMHC
24 years of experience
Virtual
I have worked as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor for the past 24 years with a background in Creative Arts Therapies using Dance/Movement and Drama as therapeutic tools. For the past twelve years, I have had the pleasure and honor of working with Active Duty Service Members and their families in the USA and Europe. I have worked with clients with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship & parenting issues, as well as addiction recovery issues. I have helped individuals and couples who have experienced trauma and abuse. My counseling style is warm and interactive. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, honesty and compassion. I believe it is important to support each individual's creativity and spontaneity to find viable solutions to life issues and ultimate goals! My approach combines cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, psychodynamic and rational-emotive counseling. I will tailor our dialogue and treatment goals to meet your unique and specific needs. It takes courage to seek a more fulfilling and happier life and to take the first steps toward change. If you are ready to take that step I am here to support and empower you. I look forward to working with you.

Next available: May 29

CaSandra Mompoint

CaSandra Mompoint profile image
LMHC
13 years of experience
Virtual
Broadly speaking, my therapeutic aproach of counseling falls into a behavioral model through which I usually work to address the problems identified. I pride myself for being a thoughtful therapist who manages to get those to talk and explore a different perspective on the identified issues. Quite simply, and through various and applicable therapeutic modalities, I recall past details and tie them together with new facts to help clients better understand themselves.

Next available: May 29

Britney Monroe

(she/her)

Britney Monroe profile image
LMHC
6 years of experience
Virtual
Welcome! I am Britney Monroe, a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Washington State working with clients virtually statewide. Having worked in schools and outpatient settings, I've gained insight into diverse needs across age groups and backgrounds. These experiences enriched my perspective and informed my approach to tailor support for each individual. I am here to support you in making meaning, providing a safe, comforting space, and discussing ways to become your best self. The therapeutic process is a healing process empowering you to find inner strength to cope with life challenges. I aim to help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and foster a more positive outlook on life. Therapy isn't just about the destination but the transformative journey toward growth and well-being. Together, we'll take steps toward creating a life where you feel more empowered, self-aware, and better equipped to face life's challenges with confidence. Let's embark on this journey together. Your path towards a happier, more fulfilling life starts here.

Next available: May 31

Courtenay Hall

Courtenay Hall profile image
LICSW
13 years of experience
Virtual
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from Albany State University and I am licensed in the states of Florida, North Carolina, and Washington State. I earned the TeleMental Health Training Certificate (THTC) through the completion of the comprehensive THTC program through the Telehealth Certification Institute. I am a wife, mother and grandmother. I currently resides in North Carolina, where I enjoys reading, yoga, listening to music, and spending time with her family and friends. My passion is working to bring peace of mind, contentment, and positive self-empowerment to the lives of others.

Next available: May 31

Vivian Munera-Spears

Vivian Munera-Spears profile image
LMHC
15 years of experience
Virtual
Finding a counselor you can establish a rapport with, and become vulnerable with can be anxiety causing enough. Being open to the therapeutic process and understanding that things may get worse before they get better when implementing meaningful change, is a risk. That is part of the journey. I have been in the counseling field for over 15 years, after serving in the military. I worked as a school counselor and college counselor. I have worked with children and families but mostly on active duty and veterans. I specialize in co-occurring disorders, trained in EMDR and Prolonged exposure evidence-based treatment for PTSD. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, School Counselor certified in Texas, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington state. I speak Spanish.

Next available: Jun 3

Robby Cale

(he/him)

Robby Cale profile image
LICSW
Empowering
Solution oriented
Open-minded
Virtual
I feel that clients shouldn't have to be in therapy forever! While co-creating this process with you, I strive to balance my active listening with imparting active, hands-on techniques to help you reclaim your narrative and overcome obstacles in your path. I feel it's about more water rather than less soda, so to speak, and take both a clinical and holistic approach to helping you enhance alignment and experience deeper fulfillment in your journey. Along with my LCSW, I am trained in EMDR, certified in Theta Healing, Reiki, Transformational Life Coaching, and Therapeutic Touch, and Master Practitioner certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, and Time Line Therapy. I feel I provide a safe space where shame and judgements are left at the door, and we will explore your wants, needs, and feelings with curiosity and compassion. I feel it's very much a co-created process, as you know more about you than I ever will. The work is also far more about our uncovering your truth than you adopting mine. With that said, I have a wide array of modalities and approaches I feel I have quite dialed in, and we can collaboratively determine which tools and approaches best suit your needs. My hope is that our work together will help you feel not only hear and validated, but also empowered and aware of how to eat the elephant on your own going forward. I see this work as us walking side by side, with you gradually taking the lead with me supportively in your corner. If you have something pressing you wish to discuss in session, that will always take precedence. My job is ultimately to actively listen and hold space. With that said, if that's all I was doing, you'd inevitably say, "Robby, you're a nice guy. But I don't know how much we're actually getting done." To that end, I feel it's far more important to determine HOW you think rather than WHAT you think. So it tends to be important for us to explore unconscious limiting beliefs and emotions along with the conscious. You can also expect to learn clear and concise action steps (ranging from mindfulness exercises to creative writing prompts to holistic practices like meditation and breathwork) to help you regulate your emotions and reclaim your narrative. I feel that many people are hesitant to engage in therapy because they perceive a stigma tied to seeking support. After all, the notion of "mentally ill" does have a negative connotation. The way I see it, though the process is not about fixing a broken thing, but rather enhancing one's alignment and fulfillment (and okay, yes, also confronting obstacles to those pieces). But if the focus is on "Where am I trying to get to and how will I know that I got there?" where our work is to simply close the gap between here and there, it can help us leave shame and judgements at the door, and perhaps even enable you to look forward to increased awareness and empowerment in your journey forward.

Next available: May 29

Joey Guzzi

Joey Guzzi profile image
LICSW
25 years of experience
Authentic
Solution oriented
Empowering
Virtual
I am looking to help you maximize your potential and overcome any issues you're experiencing. I have 25 years of experience assisting and educating others, and I focus on helping people build an understanding of their diseases and what progress looks like, then I teach them how to lead a life of recovery. I'm accepting new clients now via teletherapy, and my areas of focus are childhood trauma, abuse, alcoholism, and addiction. I also specialize in helping people manage issues with depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. I am passionate and insightful and my priority is to listen to you. I can help you go from where you are today, and move you toward healthier decisions, improved self-care, and a happier and better life.

Next available: May 29

Liz Henriques

(she/they)

Liz Henriques profile image
LMHC
4 years of experience
Authentic
Warm
Solution oriented
Virtual
First and foremost, my work is always person-centered; empathy and collaboration are the core of my therapeutic approach. We know that when it comes to your life, you are the expert. Whether you've uncovered it or not, you hold the deepest understanding of your past experiences, future goals, fears, desires, regrets, joys, and every other component of who you are. My role as your therapist is joining you on your journey to self-improvement and understanding, while being fully present and actively listening to ensure you feel heard and understood. As we dive into your mind, I engage by drawing from my education and training to give insight, offer a new perspective, propose solutions for change, identify helpful coping skills, and assist in various ways based on your individual needs.

Next available: Jun 7

Sharon Ramos

(she/her)

Sharon Ramos profile image
LICSW
6 years of experience
Warm
Holistic
Open-minded
Virtual
Seeking a new therapist can be overwhelming. You are courageous for showing up and taking the step to seek the healing you desire. I am a licensed clinical social worker. With me, you will find a nonjudgmental space to share your concerns and gentle guidance to navigate your circumstances that led you to seeking therapy at this time. In my former career as a high school teacher, I personally experienced work stress/burn out, identity and self esteem challenges, poor boundaries, anxiety/depression, and other relational challenges. As a parent, I can also relate to the challenges that family life can bring. I became a therapist because I enjoy helping others to live their best life. It would be my great pleasure to walk this journey with you to greater health and recovery!

Next available: Jun 11

Dr. Mya Williams

(she/her)

Dr. Mya Williams profile image
LMHC
14 years of experience
Authentic
Empowering
Solution oriented
Virtual
I am a licensed clinical mental health counselor (LMHC) in Indiana and Washington with 14 years of professional work experience. I hold a Master's degree in clinical psychology and a doctoral degree of philosophy in psychology. I have experience helping clients with stress and anxiety, relationship issues, trauma and abuse, & motivation, self-esteem, and confidence. I welcome the opportunity to work with you!

Next available: Jun 3

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