Through Skype (web cam) counseling, telephone counseling, and e-mail consultation, support is available to you no matter your location.
Contact me at [email protected] to get started.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can you help me?
During our time together you can expect:
- tools for managing depression, reducing anxiety, and resolving guilt or anger.
- a healthy outlet for your thoughts, and an overall sense of relief.
- comforting and powerful insights from a trained and experienced counselor.
- greater clarity about your goals for this challenging time in your life, as well as practical strategies for achieving them.
What are your qualifications?
I am a professionally trained and experienced counselor specializing in loss.
On a personal note, several years ago I experienced a traumatizing loss (a break-up) and subsequent depression that sent me on a search for meaning. This crisis redefined me. It inspired me to make major changes in all areas of my life, including a career change into the world of psychotherapy, with a specialization in bereavement counseling.
So if there’s a counselor out there who understands where you’ve been and where you’d like to go, it’s me. Your desire to ease the pain, survive the storm, and be braver and stronger as a result of it all is one that I can relate to.
Which is the best fit for me – Skype (web cam) counseling, telephone counseling, or e-mail consultation?
It all depends on your needs, your personal preference, and your budget.
Skype Counseling offers benefits identical to those you would experience in traditional face-to-face counseling.
E-mail consultation is an affordable option for people seeking quick advice or information.
Telephone counseling is ideal for those who would like to experience the benefits of counseling, but who either don’t have access to a computer, or do not wish to use Skype.
Who should NOT
consider your online counseling?
If you are suffering from serious chronic mental illness and would like professional help, please consider face-to-face counseling. To find a local therapist in your area, click here.
If you are in danger of harming yourself or others, please know that you are not alone and that help is available. Here is a list of things you can do:
- Call a trusted friend or family member and tell them what’s going on.
- Call 911 and tell the operator that you are having suicidal or homicidal thoughts.
- Call one of the following Suicide Hotlines: