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With the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have seen an increase in the need for mental health counseling. Thankfully, we are in an era where technology can assist us in providing counseling services in our local community and across the state of Texas. We work with our clients to make them as comfortable as possible when we provide teletherapy, and the majority of our clients prefer this option as it is convenient.
For anyone who’s struggled with finding the time to see a counselor in their office, online Counseling may be the solution for you…
No matter how “big” or how “small” you believe your situation to be, sometimes you just need a professional to help you process your situation, develop goals, and achieve your desired outcome. We are passionate about helping individuals find peace and learn new ways to reach their goals and aspirations.
As humans, we go through life encountering many situations and different people. We learn habits, beliefs, and behaviors as we adapt to our environment…
Let’s face it, being a teenager can be tough. Going through physical and emotional changes, developing your own identity, battling social media, all while trying to balance academics puts a lot of stress on adolescents. The good thing is you don’t have to go through it alone.
This is the best time to learn about yourself, build your self-esteem and confidence, and develop tools that will make you resilient in life. Let me work with you and your adolescent to improve their teenage years and make the growing pains less painful.
Family can be a great source of joy and happiness, and it can also be a great source of sadness, pain, and disappointment. Difficult situations or sudden life changes can shape how we respond to our family members. We recognize that family relationships play some of the most important and influential roles in your life.
Many of us have expectations of how families are supposed to be and the desire for a “happy family.” Still, situations in life can often create problems with getting along with family members…
It’s finally happening, the moment you’ve been waiting on for months. You finally get to meet your little one! Your bundle of joy is here, but something just doesn’t feel right. You can’t sleep, even though you are exhausted. You can’t stop crying, even though you expected to be the happiest parent alive. You’re overwhelmed with fear, unwanted thoughts, and guilt. Suddenly, you’re not sure if this parent thing is for you, and the doubt kicks in. You’re afraid to tell anyone because you fear they will judge you, tell you something is wrong with you, or maybe you’re just overreacting.