Heart Walk Counseling

Heart Walk Counseling

4.9 (34)
3 hires on Thervo
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

Safe place to share vulnerably and personably in a non-judgement environment. A place to explore, heal, learn, and practice new skills of communication, boundaries, and much more. 

The people and family healing and restoring into newness of the inner-self. Empowering and advocating for many. It is an honor and a priviledge to watch people grow emotionally in their relationships, emotionally heal and grow into their purpose. 

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Grand Rapids, MI 49525
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34 Reviews


  • Brii R.

    Rhea is a wonderful woman and I am so comfortable working through stuff with her. She listens and gives me good ideas and tools to help me through my journey. I’d recommend her to anyone!

  • Lisa L.

    Rhea is so easy to talk to

  • Ardell

    I've liked how she gives homework. I also have appreciated her reaching out communally when it was deemed necessarry.

  • V L.

    Supportive and guiding therapy that has been very beneficial for me

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Phone consult to answer questions and discuss payment options.

Intake gathering current and historical experiences to gain insight and prep for the treatment plan. 

Treatment plan of their goals person centered plan

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

MA in Marriage & Families degree with Liberty University.

MA in Professional Counseling from Liberty University.  
Over a decade of experience in the counseling field.
Naturally gifted in helping others, caring, true compassion and insight. 

Personal life experiences that connects with many to connect personally to support the healing process or teaching techniques. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Heart Walk Counseling accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield or Blue Care Network insurance only at this time. 

Sliding scale set fee offered for the client to set if their insurance is different from what is accepted above. Sliding scale begins from the minimum of $80 - to the maximum of $140 for 55-minute sessions.

How did you get started in this business?

This was always the dream to begin a private practice and offer a space that others feel comfortable to share their struggles, secrets, learning opportunity, and more. 

What types of customers have you worked with?

Families - education on love and logic, routine, structure, communication, contracts, suicidal ideation behaviors.

Marital - communication, active listeing, past wounds to heal and understand one another better in the marriage, sexual struggles, domestic violence healing and awareness.

Individual - depression, trauma, anxiety, life adjustments, life coaching, accountability, suicidal ideation, safety planning.

Group facilitator - healing from childhood trauma, learning how unresolved trauma affects the adult life and relationships. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Bridging Brokenness Groups and how stories innertwine connecting with others. Having others explore their childhood hurts and offer a safe place to share their deepest secrets to begin the healing process, learn how to embrace their story with out shame attached. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Advice - asking what challenges will the clinician be introducing and how can the clinician meet the client's needs. Searching for the right clinciian is like searching for a comfortable pair of shoes or a great fitting pair of jeans. The clinician is there to challenge personal growth, healing, educational moments, encouragement, recapping personal growth and so much more. 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What type of counseling is best suited for you. Some therapists simply listen and paraphrase, some give homework challenges, is there an agenda at the beginning of the session, how to maintain focus, who is leading the session (the client or the therapiist or is it a joint effort), is the client desiring to incorporate their faith. If married, will there be individual and couple sessions needed? If the family, will the therapist offer home-based sessions to observe family interactions?