There is no better time than the present to start feeling better and living with confidence, contentment and ease.
Therapy Online and In-Person
Offering Online ‘Telemental Health’ Video Conferencing as well as In-Person Sessions
As you find yourself having to adapt to the many changes and challenges life brings, you may be feeling additional anxiety and stress by what is happening around you and with you. Maybe you can’t quite put your finger on it, but you’re not feeling okay. Are you finding yourself forgetting things, lacking motivation? Do you have difficulty sleeping? Do you find you’re just not interested in doing things that you used to enjoy? Or are you motivated yet mystified that on what makes it so hard to start things you want to do? When your coping skills exceed your stress levels, it may be time for professional help. It may be time for therapy.
Imagine yourself breathing deeply… picture your entire body feeling relaxed and at ease. Consider what it would be like if you were accepting of yourself, managing that which is within your control and allowing yourself to let go of the fear of what you can’t control. Now imagine how it might feel to have a sense of inner peace and self-confidence. How wonderful would that be?!
The Benefits of TeleHealth Therapy
I make it easy to access therapy services through my simple and secure online portal, using online video conferencing. This is commonly called ‘telehealth’ or ‘telemental health.’ Telehealth makes it easy to safely address your mental health needs from the comfort of your home. Once you try it, you may never want to see a therapist in the office again. It is convenient (no drive time) and easy (just log in). After a short while, it will feel like we are in the same room. I have countless clients finding success with teletherapy who have never met me in person. I offer in-person sessions as well, and we can discuss which format is most appropriate and comfortable for you.
Contact me today if you could use help with:
- Lowering your levels of stress and anxiety experienced in your body
- Overcoming what keeps you stuck and interferes with getting things done
- Breaking undesired behavior patterns related to cravings, spending/finances, phobias, weight loss, and others
- Performance enhancement at work, school or athletics
- Reducing or eliminating physical pain and discomfort
- Feeling empowered to have the kind of relationships and friendships you desire
- Letting go of persistent self-doubt and shame that interferes with leading the life a part of you knows is possible
- Achieving lasting joy, independence and abundance
- Feeling heard, understood, and accepted
- Experiencing yourself authentically and showing up for yourself and with others in the way you intended
Are you ready for your therapy journey?
In addition to telehealth, I am also offer in-person sessions. To protect you, myself and others, I try to limit exposure and the spread of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases by cleaning the space between clients, using an air purifier, and limiting physical contact. Masks are to be worn in common areas of the office, and at your discretion during session. We can discuss your preferences for online versus in-person sessions. Together we can explore which option is best for you and your needs. Your hard work during each session, coupled with work done outside of our appointments, will make all the difference in achieving your therapeutic goals regardless of being seen online or in-person.
Reach out today to request an appointment or visit my Psychology Today profile.
Behavioral Health for Older Teens, Adults, Couples & Families
I am licensed to work with persons physically located in the states of Georgia and Florida. Persons who see me in person drive from as far south as Atlanta to Cumming, Woodstock to Suwanee and everywhere in between. If you are open to telehealth sessions, you must be located in Georgia or Florida. I work with older teens (age 15 and older) and adults as well as couples, parents and families.
I adhere to and often exceed the highest standards of ethical practice of the social work profession, the regulations of my state licenses, the federal government, and my chosen affiliations, while upholding safe, inclusive and non-discrimination policies of my practice. It is my intent to offer unbiased access to services based on age, race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, relationship structure, ability, neural wiring, experiential and epigenetic history, religious affiliation, and caste.