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“I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is they must change if they are to get better.” — Georg C. Lichtenberg.
Do you find yourself weighed down with feelings of anxiety, depression or other issues? Is recent or childhood trauma negatively impacting your daily life? If so, come talk to me. Together we can explore strategies that will allow you to address the root causes of your difficulties and help construct the meaningful, fulfilling life you deserve.
Educational degrees and accreditations include BA in Psychology (University of Toledo) and MA in Clinical Counseling (University of Heidelberg). I am a Board Certified, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory Designation with extensive experience (15+ years) assisting individuals and couples lead their best lives.
My training also includes but is not limited to EMDR, Trauma, Addiction (inactive), Cognitive Restructuring, Dialectical Behavior Training (DBT) and Grief Counseling. We will use evidence-based practice throughout to deal with your issues in a safe, non-judgmental environment where you will find compassionate therapy.
My experience includes diverse populations from every walk of life. After all, mental health, addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, daily stress and relationship issues are part of the human condition. We all share the need for assistance at various times, let me assist you be your best self.
Hello there! My name is Walaa Kanan, and I am a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Toledo (MSW, LSW). My therapy style is empathetic, validating, and encouraging. I use a variety of treatment modalities because I believe that therapy styles are not a one size fits all fix. I believe you are the only expert on your life. I am here to work with you to help you grow into the best version of yourself. As your therapist, my goal is to be here every step of the way as you set goals and work towards achieving them. I truly believe that with the right tools and support, no goal is unreachable. I help clients explore issues relating to trauma, gender based violence, and relationship dynamics. I am passionate about serving communities of color and working to address systemic barriers that affect them. I recognize that people are complex combinations of their various identities. I aim to create a safe space in which my clients have the ability to express every aspect of themselves. I work with individuals of all cultural and spiritual backgrounds. I want you to know that you are seen and heard. Relationship dynamics and exploring human connection is such an important part of the therapeutic process. I’m excited to connect with you and assist you in reaching your treatment goals and beyond!
Roberta (Bobbi) Mosher
Therapy is nothing but an education in yourself; an opportunity to elevate the way you live your life. I’d recommend therapy to anyone, not just someone who lives with mental illness.” ― Shaheen Bhatt, I’ve never been (Un)happier:
Hello I’m Bobbi and my goal is to make therapy less scary. I offer a quiet safe space where you can express yourself without judgement. I have experience with trauma, grief, and depression I will challenge and guide you towards your goals. I am an LGBTQ+ affirming clinician and I am able to provide Christian based counseling along with welcoming all other spiritual practices. Together we can work to bring more peace and clarity in your thoughts and your life.
I am clinically licensed. I obtained my BSW from the University of Toledo and my MSW from Spring Arbor University. My Social work career has been geared towards seniors with experience in Care Management and Hospice. I worked in the corporate world and I am a Veteran of the United States Air Force. My experiences may help you in navigating your way to a better life. I’m looking forward to help you on your journey.
MA, LSW, LPCC-S
EMDRIA Trained EMDR Therapist
“Therapy is too good to be limited to the sick” – Erving Polster
Every individual has a story that needs to be told or listened to. My mindful approach, is to help others write their stories. Then with compassion and assertiveness help those change or continue their story.
My education includes a BA in Social Work and a MA in Counseling. I have worked in the mental health field since 2004 and as a therapist since 2014. My training also includes EMDR. In session, the treatment approach and focus will be on EMDR, strength based, cognitive behavioral, cognitive processing, dialectical behavioral, person centered, solution focused and motivational interviewing therapy approaches. I have familiarity working with adults, individuals with chronic illnesses, first responders, teenagers with chronic illness, SPMI population, trauma, complex trauma, depression, anxiety, support during life transitions, chronic illnesses, individuals with dual diagnosis (not in active use), relationship upset, emotional dysregulation and stress management. Therapy is a process to empower us, restore our energy and clarify what we need out of our lives. Working together we can clarify and refresh our story.
Hello! My name is Jaisha, and I am a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Toledo (MSW, LSW). One of my greatest passions is helping people grow and heal. My primary focus is adolescents and adults (ages 11 and up) facing a variety of challenges such as anxiety, ADHD, depression, grief, stress, relationship problems, and other life-related stressors. As a therapist, it is my goal to offer a safe and healing environment, where you feel supported, seen, and heard. Everyone’s experiences are unique to them; therefore, it is important for me to offer an individualized approach to help shape this process to meet your wants and needs. In order to do this, I utilize a variety of treatment modalities including Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Strengths-based approach. Life can be challenging, but you are not alone. Together we can navigate and process these challenges. I am here to help you wherever you are in your journey by helping you create goals and empowering you to achieve those goals.
I truly have a passion for empowering others and watching them flourish. I enjoy taking the journey, celebrating every success, offering support during the difficult times and helping meet personal goals. We can figure things out by working together, creating a personalized plan that supports your needs and allows for personal growth.
I have experience working with various concerns such as anxiety, anger, depression, bipolar disorders, gender, sexuality, communication, self-esteem, grief and loss, stress management, behavioral problems, substance use disorders, family issues, relationship strain, life changes and general stressors. I also utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches such as CBT, DBT, Solution-Focused, Strength-Based Approach, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness Techniques.
I maintain a welcoming, judgement free space, where you are treated as an individual. I am a therapist that brings compassion, enthusiasm, a positive attitude, patience, and firmness when needed. Currently I provide services for teens 12 and up, adults and couples. I am a culturally inclusive, LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist as well as, sex positive and alternative lifestyle inclusive. I am looking forward to taking this journey with you.
MSW, LISW-S, ECMHP, OIMHP-III
“We don’t have to do it all alone. We were never meant to.”
Whether you’re a child or an adult, the need to be seen and validated feels the same within all of us. We all face difficulties at some point, and while there’s sometimes pride in not needing others; your mental well-being isn’t one you have to face by yourself. By focusing on the person first, I strive to build a relationship with my clients so that each session and treatment approach is individualized to your needs and what works best for you. We talk about what you want to talk about, as much or as little, with as many or few details, for as long as you want. Oftentimes when people decide to prioritize their own mental wellness, they may feel selfish for taking time away from their families or work obligations. The truth is, by prioritizing yourself for just one hour a week, you’re really demonstrating how important those other things are by wanting to be the best version of yourself you can be for them.
When children, particularly young children, present with challenging behaviors, the adults in their lives can often feel lost on how to help them and overwhelmed. My goal for every family I work with is to teach you, the parent, positive parenting techniques so you can replace those short term solutions you may have been using with methods that produce long term results. It is my firm belief that the involvement of the parent plays a bigger role than I do in having a child benefit from therapy.
I have both an undergraduate and graduate degree in Social Work from Bowling Green State University. In addition to my social work license, I have also obtained credentials as an Early Childhood Mental Health Professional (ECMHP) and an Ohio Infant Mental Health Practitioner Level III (OIMHP-III).
As a therapist, I like to think of our work together as a team. No issue or struggle is too small. If it bothers you, that is valid. I want you to be able to recognize and validate your experiences and feelings. We process, reflect, and brainstorm together to find the best possible outcome for you. My goal is to empower and encourage you to work toward your goals. I help you look at all the events in your life that add up to the unique person you have become. Every client is different, and we will identify your personal needs, wants, goals, and struggles, as well as how to start to overcome them. The primary therapy models I follow are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
I am a Licensed Social Worker and earned my Master’s in Social work from the University of Toledo (MSW, LSW). I work with issues such as anxiety, depression, relationships, grief, trauma, and other life-related issues. My clientele is teens 16 and over, as well as adults.
“When a flower doesn’t bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower” – AlexanderDen Heijer
Hello! My name is Kaitlyn, and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Master’s Degree from Loyola University Chicago (MSW, LISW). My goal is to start with you wherever you are in your healing process and assist you throughout your journey by providing an empathetic, safe space for you to be
able to express yourself. Not only can I help you with addressing various thoughts and feelings related to mental health, but I can also provide broader ideas that might provide you with different ways of thinking about your wellbeing to better assist you in your journey.
My passion is working with marginalized groups of people to assist with addressing oppressive and systemic barriers to basic human rights. I am constantly educating myself about current events that relate to social policy at both micro and macro levels so that I can better advocate for not only my
clients, but myself as well. I currently provide therapy services to adolescent and young adult clients on an individual level through use of various therapeutic modalities, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) , Person-Centered Therapy, Strengths-Based Approach, and Solutions-Focused Therapy. I typically work with those struggling with anxiety, depression, and other life-related stressors. I love assisting others, and helping them make progress towards their short-term and long-term goals, and I am very excited to begin working with you!
Life can oftentimes feel as though it’s the hardest it’s ever been. It can feel like the world is getting more complex and there is more to get done and your mental health and happiness take a back seat. Life doesn’t have to be that way. As a therapist, I help those ages 15 and up to process their world both internally and externally and work with individuals to achieve the stability that they desire.
In therapy, I will work with you to learn to take back control. We will walk the path of self discovery together in an effort to achieve the best “you” that is possible. People often think, “If I go to therapy I must be broken or need to be fixed.” This is never the case. Therapy is a treatment like any other and you can learn it can be a point of pride for taking care of yourself.
My goal as your therapist will be to work with you to help identify what you feel is causing your world an imbalance and work to restore that balance. Together, we will set goals and work towards achieving those goals by working towards acquiring the thoughts, feelings, behaviors and results that you desire. I graduated from the University of Toledo in 2013 with my Bachelors of Social work and then in 2015 with my Masters of Social Work.I have experience with a multitude of populations and diverse backgrounds. I’ve worked in the Social Work field for the past 7 years working with people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and cultures along with a broad range with experience in multiple types of therapies for individuals with addiction, depression, anxiety and many other mental health diagnosis. No problem is too big or too small, so give therapy a chance and let’s walk that path together
It can be hard to live for today where you’re stuck in the past, or anxious about the future, but with evidence-based practice and individualized care you can be on your way to wellness! As a licensed professional counselor, I have experience with teens and adults who struggle with fear and anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, grief, and relationship issues which can often be rooted in unresolved traumas.
I specialize in EMDR which is an evidence-based form of therapy used in treating PTSD as well as other trauma-related issues. We’ll spend a great deal of time talking about what’s bothering you, but I’ll also offer hands-on, practical strategies for managing symptoms.
For many, the choice to begin therapy is not an easy one to make and is often far outside one’s comfort-zone. As a therapist, my goal is to help you to feel as comfortable as possible by delivering a warm, non-judgmental approach that’s tailored for you!
A quote that I often think about states, “I’m keeping an eye on the past, an eye on the future, and the present in my pocket.” The message from this quote is the basis for the focus of my practice; to help clients understand or process past trauma and past stressful events, to empower and encouraged clients to work toward fulfilling goals, and to teach clients to be more mindful and present in the here and now for increased life satisfaction. Every person is made of complex experiences, that they have both contributed to and that they have had no control over. It is my passion to assist clients in working through these experiences through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, as well as other evidence-based practices for adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I use an empathetic, warm, and genuine approach to my therapy sessions, as it is my goal for my clients to feel accepted and heard, even when being encouraged or challenged. My worldview is that every person deserves to lead a fulfilling and satisfying life. As for my professional vitae, I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Minor in Women’s Studies from The University of Akron and my Master’s in Social Work from Ohio State University.
The problems of life faced by adolescents and adults are the focus of my practice. My goal as your counselor is to provide support as you face the many difficulties that are part of the human experience, and to help you find paths that lead to positivity, hope, and goal attainment. To this end, I strive to be attentive, open, genuine, challenging, and provide a safe environment for my clients to explore their inner lives and leverage innate strengths.
In my clinical practice, I treat adolescents and adults experiencing career and relationships difficulties, major life transitions, the aftereffects of recent or childhood traumas, grief, depression, anxiety, and psychosis. Using cognitive-behavioral and positive psychology techniques, I work with individuals to clarify problems, focus on symptom relief, and develop and begin actively working on new goals.
- English only
- Ages 15+
- Career Counseling
- CBT-p for psychosis
Hello! I work with adults, adolescents and children and have spent the last 6 years working in community mental health working in a variety of outpatient settings. I have experience working with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, bi-polar disorder, self-harm behavior, trauma, abuse, chronic pain, grief and loss, stress management, trauma, relationship issues, special needs and chronic mental illness. As an independently licensed therapist I use a blend of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered, Play Therapy, Mindfulness Techniques, Solution Focused, Reality Based, and psycho-education to individual’s age seven and up. As a clinician I emphasize mutually developing therapeutic goals while building a strong rapport with clients in a healthy and safe environment. I am invested in creating an approach that will assist my clients with finding their inner strength and providing tools to face their personal challenges together.
I enjoy working collaboratively with children, adolescents, and their families to help them learn more about themselves and how to handle difficult situations in life. I use a behaviorally-based model of therapy and check progress at each session.
I am a licensed psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral, which means that I specialize in a type of therapy called Applied Behavior Analysis. I use evidence-based approaches based on clinical best practice to address the presenting issues of my clients.
With over 15 years of experience, I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and families with a wide range of challenges including anxiety disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavioral disorders, and trauma. Your family’s situation is unique and each client receives an individually-based treatment plan tailored to their specific needs.
MSW, LISW-S, ADHD-CCSP
Hello and welcome! My name is Stephene Evans (she/her) and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker practicing in Ohio & Michigan since 2008. I am also an ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider through Evergreen Certifications. I have worked with a variety of populations throughout my clinical career with primary focus on children/adolescents and neuro developmental disorders. My specialties include the diagnosis and treatment of: late diagnosis (adult) attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), executive functioning weaknesses, anxiety, depression, sensory processing, grief, positive parenting, early childhood mental health, and trauma.
I am a LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist. My counseling style is supportive, interactive, empathetic, and culturally inclusive. I believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. I recognize every person is unique and therapeutic modalities are not one-size-fits-all. I utilize an eclectic blend of therapeutic approaches including cognitive, behavioral, humanistic, psychodynamic, systemic and strengths-based therapy.
I believe a trusting therapeutic relationship is the most powerful tool to create lasting change. Human beings do not heal in isolation; we need human connections to thrive. Therapy works because we are utilizing our intrinsic need to connect with others and release the heaviness of issues and problems in ways make us feel heard, supported, and understood. My goal is to foster an environment that feels safe, comfortable, and open to connection throughout your therapeutic journey. Sessions are very much client-led, meaning that you determine the goals and the direction of our time together. My role is to help guide you on your own path of self-discovery and self-love. Regardless of circumstances, you are worthy and deserving of wellness. There is no wrong time, reason, or explanation to come to therapy. When you are ready, I’ll be here.
“If you don’t know where you are, then any road can take you there” – Chesire Cat, Lewis Carroll
Hey, there! My name is Jamie (She/her/hers) and I am an LGBTQIA+ affirming Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervisory endorsement treating LGBTQIA+ identifying persons, children, adolescents, adults, and couples. I am passionate about assisting others in understanding and accepting themselves for who they are without apology. I specialize in treating trauma, shame/self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. I incorporate use of DBT skills and strategies, Shame-informed therapy strategies, and Narrative therapy strategies. Additionally, I completed the Level 1 intensive Clinical Trauma Professional Training led and facilitated by Trauma Experts: Dr. Eric Gentry, Ph.D., D.A.A.E.T.S. and Dr. Robert Rhoton, Psy.D., LPC, D.A.A.E.T.S.
Book with me to begin your journey of self-acceptance!
MA, RN, LPC
My first career as a nurse working in a trauma and intensive care unit allowed me the gift of experiencing people’s brightest and worst moments of their lives and what was most intriguing was how differently they each reacted. As I became a licensed practical counselor, I knew I would need to learn each person’s unique experience and how it affects their lives. My style is very relaxed with some laughter sprinkled in and my hope is for my clients to feel comfortable and supported. You may be looking for a safe place to vent or you may have some complex issues to work through. I see clients aged 13 and up and have experience with:
- Grief and complicated grief
- Break-ups and family relational issues
- Couple’s counseling using the Gottman method
- Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD using solution focused and Cognitive Behavioral therapy
- Complicated and Complex Dilemmas
- Trauma Therapy
Hi there! I’m Hallie(she/they), and I connect with the words of Brene Brown, who said, “Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it.” Therapy is a great, safe place to begin owning our story! I strive to empower my clients to make the changes they want in their lives and manage their mental health symptoms effectively. I work with teens, adults, and couples facing a variety of concerns in their lives including anxiety, depression, addiction, trauma, personality disorders, grief and loss, mood disorders, OCD, relationship issues, self esteem, gender identity, and sexuality. I practice several types of psychotherapy to find what best fits my clients’ needs including CBT, DBT, ERP, and mindfulness. I am a Masters level social worker dedicated to helping my clients enhance their lives. I am an LGBTQ+ affirming therapist, as well as consensual non-monogamy, polyamory, kink/BDSM, sexual and racial trauma allied and affirming. I welcome clients from all spiritual practices/beliefs.
Hello! My name is Traven Towns (he/him) and I am a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio. I obtained both my Bachelor of Social Work degree and Master of Social Work degree with a focus in mental health from the University of Toledo.
I recognize and appreciate that each person is unique, with their own experiences. I tailor my approach and use of therapeutic interventions to meet each individual person’s needs. My goal is to empower my clients and support them throughout their wellness journey, by providing a safe space where people feel comfortable processing their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. I am an LGBTQIA+ affirming and culturally inclusive therapist, with experience working with a wide range of populations and diverse backgrounds. In my clinical practice I treat children, teens, and adults through the use of several different evidenced-based treatment modalities; such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Strength-Based Approach, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and mindfulness techniques. I have experience working with various concerns such as depression, anxiety, mood, anger, gender, sexuality, communication, body image, self-esteem, trauma, self-harm, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, grief, stress management, behavioral problems, family issues, chronic health conditions, among other life related stressors and mental health diagnoses.
Taking the first step can be understandably hard, but when you decide it is the right time, I am committed to helping you reach your goals and finding symptom relief.
Take a deep breath…inhale peace, exhale happiness.
My name is Rachel Schlachter and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. I received a dual Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling from Walden University. My experience as a counselor and a parent of three children has given me the experience to assist you wherever you are in your therapy journey.
I work with a wide variety of individuals, including children 5 and up, adolescents and adults. I believe that building a positive therapeutic relationship is essential in the counseling process. When working with children and adolescents, I invite parents and guardians to be a part of the therapeutic process if they would like because I believe in a collaborative approach. In addition to providing a safe environment for the individual to share their story, I use a variety of therapeutic practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT, Person-Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
I believe that each individual has their own unique story, and I look forward to hearing yours.
I hold a Master’s degree in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University and I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Ohio. In addition, I am an internationally recognized, Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor. I provide direct counseling services as a clinical therapist that includes interventions focused on interpersonal interactions, intrapsychic dynamics and life management issues. The clinical services I offer are based on a bio-psychosocial perspectives and consist of assessment, diagnosis, treatment (including psychotherapy and counseling), client-centered advocacy, consultation, evaluation and prevention of mental illness, emotional or behavioral disturbances. I work with individuals of all ages and provide marriage and family counseling, as well as individual psychotherapy. With compassion and understanding, I use a holistic approach to working with patients to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are seeking. My goal as a psychotherapist is to train, support and empower my patients to live their best lives and overcome any challenges preventing them from doing so. My focus on creating strong therapeutic relationships in a safe environment that encourages integrative health for healing and empowerment is a welcoming retreat for recovery, change and reaching your full potential.
MA, LPC, CCTP
“Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we will ever do.” – Brene Brown
Are you struggling with truly feeling heard, acknowledged, and validated? Are you looking for a therapist who provides compassion, accountability, and a collaborative approach? As a therapist, creating a space where you feel safe, heard, and understood is of utmost importance to me. Making the decision to start therapy can be intimidating, and it would be an honor for me to meet
you exactly where you are right now and hear your story.
My name is Mikaela (she/her) and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Ohio and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) through Evergreen Certifications. I am also currently working towards my CCTP-II in Complex Trauma. I work with individuals ages 14 and up, specializing my work in trauma, PTSD, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, and body image. I utilize a strengths-based and person-centered approach while incorporating Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Psychoeducation, Mindfulness and Somatic Interventions, and Trauma Informed techniques and skills based on your own individual needs and goals.
You don’t have to continue moving through your day to day life thinking you have to manage your feelings and emotions on your own. You deserve the space to be understood, celebrated, and be your most authentic self. It’s time to take charge and rewrite your story – at your own pace, one moment at a time.
Catherine (Cat) Boellner
“You’re always one decision away from a totally different life,” – Kaylie Buchheit.
Sometimes life can feel overwhelming, like everything is out of control and you have no one and nowhere to turn to. This is precisely why I chose to become a social worker and therapist. I want people to know that they do not have to struggle through life or go through hard times alone. Even when we have experienced trauma, grief, or other challenges due to no fault of our own, you always have the choice and power to choose your own path in life. I am here to help you, your family, or your child with a verity of challenges such as trauma, grief, relationship and life stress, mental health, mild substance abuse, behavioral, academic concerns, and many other issues. I received my bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in 2015, and my Master of Social Work from Spring Arbor University (Michigan) in 2019.
As Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) with over 7 years of experience, I offer a wide range of treatment options. Services I provide include individual, family, and couples therapy utilizing a variety of theories such as: trauma-informed care, empowerment approach, person-centered approach, solutions-focused interventions, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and many more. I am also an LGBTQA+ affirming clinician, and I aim to create a safe, affirming space which suits your personal values and needs. I pride myself on providing client centered services in a safe, trauma informed, and diversity inclusive environment. I welcome clients from all spiritual practices/beliefs. While in treatment with me, you will guide the process, set the pace of treatment, and determine the goals and objectives which are most important to you. I look forward to meeting you and helping you change your life.
Hello, my name is Tonya. I go by she/her/hers pronouns. I view my therapeutic relationship with my clients will require mutual respect, trust, honesty, and communication. I am committed to a collaborative approach so that wellness will be our end goal in this therapeutic journey. I am providing a safe and warm space to embark on self-exploration and self-awareness.
My primary style of therapy is Person-centered and Solution-focused. I love to incorporate DBT, CBT, and mindfulness into my treatment. I am passionate about my clients, and providing a safe place where they can feel, be heard, valued, and understood is vital to the process.
I have experience working with individuals, families, teens, and children 8 and up. I work with anyone with depression, mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, anger management, self-harm, suicidal ideations, grief/loss, career paths, self-esteem, coping skills, and life transitions. I love my career, all spiritual, religious, and sexualities are welcome.
I found strength in this quote. I hope you do too!
“You will face many defeats in life, but never let yourself be defeated.” – Maya Angelou
This place has quickly become like a safe haven. Everyone is extremely easy to reach out and the flexibility is beyond amazing. I'm an extremely busy mom and they're always able to get me in and my child. I'm so thankful for Denise, she's helped me through so many highs and lows. She's kind and truthful and I always turn to her when I'm at a crossroad and need a reality check and good direction. Would recommend this place a hundred times over.
- Kristin 7/19/2019
Highly recommend this place! From start to finish the process was so easy to get an appointment and everyone was so friendly
- Jacob S. 2/5/2019
I’ve spent years trying to find a great therapist and I finally did. Denise does such a great job being empathetic, kind, and inspiring while reserving judgement. I feel so blessed to have stumbled across this place and her!
Payment and scheduling was easy breezy, and I recommend this place to any friend in need.
- Katherine M. 6/3/2019
Everyone here is so helpful and personable . I have found all the staff very easy to talk with. They go out of their way to help.
I don't know where I would be if not for my therapists. I can always count on them.
Thank you with all my heart for being there for me in my difficult times. I truly appreciate all you do for me.
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- Denise 11/21/2018
If it wasn't for the wonderful, careing people here, I would be a total loss. I can't say enough good about the entite business. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Love you all.
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- Denise G. 11/20/2018
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Love her would recommend her to anyone children or adults she's amazing. I leave there centered and grounded. Has helped me on several occasions and will settle me when my anxiety. For my first time experience seeing a therapist I love her. I would not go else where.
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