You’re looking for help because you’re pretty sure your past is intruding on your present. You’re reacting in ways that aren’t helpful. Your situation would probably be difficult for anyone, but you’re pretty sure that your past is making it more difficult than it needs to be. You can see where this is going, and it’s a trip you’d rather not take. But it seems like no matter how hard you try you end up doing the same things again and again and again… You CAN stop. You can give up the wrong relationships, the destructive patterns, the addictions, the anger, the trauma from your past.
he is caring warm and very knowledgable
Greg, thanks so much for this - I've shared our work with a lot of folks, as I am still telling everyone I know how LIFE changing working with you and learning these techniques has been for me. Could not be doing the trip I'm going on now without all the work we've done!!! SO GRATEFUL!!
I can see huge permanent changes in my sister from the therapy – she has lost that chip on her shoulder that she carried pretty much since toddler-hood. She no longer gets unreasonably angry or overreacts. In fact, about six months ago, she said that when someone says something that would have put her into a rage in the past, she said, “Now, I just puzzle over it.” How cool is that!?
We start with an intake interview that lasts 50 minutes.
I have a master's degree in counseling, 15 years experience in the field and several years of post-graduate training in attachment, depression, anxiety, trauma, and relationships.
My standard rate is $225 per session.
I chose to become a therapist because therapy was deeply helpful to me and I wanted to offers others the same experience.
I have extensive experience with PTSD, trauma, anxiety and depression. I’m also quite effective with people struggling in relationships.
Hire a specialist. When we finished graduate school therapists are generalist. Find someone with postgraduate training in the area that you’re looking for help in.
Also, remember that insurance companies don’t pay very well. Therapists with more experience will often choose not to work with insurance companies. Although your out of pocket with cash pay clinician might be more upfront, there’s a good chance that your issue will resolve more quickly.
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