Past clients have described me as compassionate, a great listener, understanding, non judgmental, helpful, and professional. I love being supportive to others and giving people my time to discuss whatever it is that they are going through, good and bad. I have spent many years working as a listener as I like to call it instead of using words like therapists. I have always been gifted with helping people. Every since I was a teenager some of my friends and family would come to me and ask for advice or just for me to listen to their troubles. When you tell someone your troubles, things get better. I am here to make sure that they get better for you.
I enjoy listening to people and being able to support others with wisdom. I do not judge anyone. I love being in the company of others and providing comfort to those in need. I want to help guide others.
Dr. Randle was AMAZING! After 2 years of suffering in my marriage, my husband and I chatted with Dr. Randle and she somehow miraculously showed us what our main issue was. I won't go into details but with this woman and at her price you couldnt ask for better.
My process when working with a new customer involves introducing ourselves and getting to know each other. This process is basic and about gaining the trust of each other. Clients need to feel and know that they can trust their therapist. The therapist need to be able to trust the client as well. They both need to respect each other.
I am currently working towards my Doctorate degree in Psychology. I have been counseling for eight years. I also do volunteer counseling via online in chat rooms.
I plan to charge a fixed flat rate of $50 per hour or session. The payment would be made upfront and via Paypal. My paypal contact is [email protected]
I just started my business through Thervo, however I have been counseling for 18 years.
I have worked with customers dealing with anxiety, marriage issues, sexual performance issues, depression, people dealing with abuse, others who needed help getting past a traumatic event like past abusive relationships. I've also counseled people who had low self esteem.
A recent event I am fond of is hearing about a little girl who used a technique from one of my favorite crimininal shows, Law and Order SVU, to fight off her kidnapper and saved herself. I love children, and I am happy that there is at least one positive tv show that has a good influence. I am happy that this little girl is safe.
The advice I would give a customer looking for a therapist, such as myself, is to find someone who charges a price within a means of their budget, do a little glance at their profile and questionaires, and see if that person offers help for the service that you need.
Customers should think about these certain questions:
Does this pro have a price that fits into my budget? Does this person seem sincere about helping others? Do they have positive reviews? Are they an expert in the service I need?