Some people feel like coming to therapy means you are weak, crazy or stupid. Some people think they should be able to fix their problems themselves or that therapy is a waste of time.
My clients tell me the most helpful thing about therapy is talking with someone objective. You can address your problems yourself and therapy can help you do just that.
I like to think that therapy is like exercising or eating right. It's not always fun, but therapy can help you be healthier. Just like when you take a moment to breathe, to focus on your body, to relax your muscles, we give ourselves a chance to gain a little perspective.
When considering therapy, it is important to pick a therapist you click with. So let me tell you a little about myself. I grew up in southern Indiana, graduated with a degree in French from Indiana University, then got a Masters in Education in Counseling from University of New Hampshire. I have practiced therapy in North Carolina, New Hampshire and Maine, and have returned to my home area.
You might consider therapy if you struggle with:
ineffective thinking and behaviors
I see children, adolescents and adults, individuals, couples and families. If you are not able to come to the office for an appointment, I offer online therapy through a HIPAA-approved site. Typically we can do online sessions after meeting in person for the initial session, and EMDR Therapy is not recommended for online sessions. I accept most insurances (not Medicaid or Medicare.) My fee is $100 per 50 minute session, and I offer sliding scale fees if necessary. I am flexible in my schedule and will work with you to find a time that fits yours.
Feel free to call, text or email me with any questions you might have and for directions to my office.
127 East Chestnut St, Corydon, IN 47112
6000 Brownsboro Park Blvd, Louisville, KY 40207