I have provided mental health services since 1991 when I started as an intern counselor at The Austin Men's Center. It was there that I became Services Director and remained for five years. Since then I have been working as a counselor and consultant while wedging in stints as a touring musician. I am licensed in the state of Texas and also certified as a Life Coach.
meeting new, interesting people and helping them. I'm an eternal optomist about my clients. I believe they all have everything they need to solve their problems, they just need me to help them find their tools and put them to work. I've never had a client who is legitimately crazy, and I don't anticipate you'll be my first.People may "feel" crazy or act "crazy", but that only means they are overwhelmed. Truly crazy people are sure they are sane and you're the one who is bonkers. Truly "crazy" people don't seek counseling because they are never wrong and need no help. Get the picture ?
I enjoyed Rabbi Misha's easy going, informal manner. I also liked his interest in music. but most of all I felt like he really cared about me and my troubles. He didn't waste my time and I didn't waste my money.
Rabbi Misha helped my husband and I have clarity the role of religion in our relationship and as we plan to build a family. He helped us understand how things might evolve and change with time and how to have more ease and flexility with each other in regards to our different understandings of the divine.
Rabbi Misha has a great sense of humor and is a careful listener. He is very knowledgeable and is willing to go the extra mile to serve his clients. I always looked forward to seeing him,no matter how I felt.
There is no typical client for me.People are so different that I spend the first session getting to know them and letting them get to know me. It is essential to me that a client feel they are in the right place working with the right counselor.