Substance Use Evaluations
Substance Abuse Counseling
Collaborative Law Mental Health Neutral for amicable divorce resolution.
For most people and for many reasons, making the decision to begin therapy usually triggers a mixed bag of emotions. In providing therapy, I have learned a difficult first step is admitting we have a problem or an issue that needs professional attention. Sometimes we can admit there is a problem, but we may not be ready or willing to do anything about it. If we can make it over those first two hurdles, then the next one is even harder which is asking for help from someone we don’t know. We have to rely on a stranger to help us navigate our way out of a problem or an issue that is troubling us. Therefore, it is critical we select the right therapist. This person must be trustworthy and non-judgmental, kind and compassionate, understanding and knowledgeable. You can’t always tell whether or not you are going to connect with someone until you actually talk to them or meet with them. Please call me and we can talk for a few minutes about what your needs are and how I may be able to help you. From there, you can decide to book an appointment with me or call another therapist on your list, but whatever you decide, give yourself, your loved one, or your family the gift of therapy. You will be glad you did.
These sessions may be conducted face-to-face or by video conference using the Zoom online meeting platform which meets HIPPA standards of compliance.