Do I need counseling?
Sometimes a major life event happens, whether a big change or a traumatic event, and someone in your life recommends reaching out to a mental health professional. Or perhaps you’ve identified recurring behavior patterns in your life or the life of your family that don’t sit well with you.
Recognizing there’s something not quite right is the first step, quickly followed by reaching out to someone for help. You’ve already begun the healing process!
Clients I Typically Serve
I love to serve adults and couples, children and families, specifically:
Our Plan for Treatment
Need this from Deborah:
I meet with clients weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly over the course of a season or through the years. We will work together to craft goals for your care and frequently re-assess if therapy is helping you to achieve those goals.
Problems We Address
- Low self-esteem
- Women’s issues
- Substance abuse and recovery issues
- Adjustment disorders of all types
- Personality disorders
- Body dysmorphia
- Grief and loss
- Children’s issues including school, family and treating the child his/herself
Through the course of our care we might use several different methods of treatment. I have several areas of specialization and use an integrative method, which means we might use one or several within a given appointment.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Play Therapy
- Solution-focused Therapy
Reach Out Now
Congratulations! You’ve already taken the first step in your healing process by recognizing there’s a problem. I’d love to speak with you to hear more about your situation and see how we can work together to accomplish your goals.