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You are not alone. You have to reach out!

Are you looking for a strength-based approach to life? Are you generally an internally peaceful and pleasant person but your unwanted mood or thoughts are more powerful? Do stress and depression make you someone that you do not recognize? Are you mad, sad, or quiet without a true reason that you can express? Are you isolating yourself from activities that you used to enjoy or consider pleasurable? Are you tired of people looking at who you are from the outside and thinking that you have everything you need, but they are missing your internal pain?  Do the people close to you fail to see your internal struggle? Are you tired of having no one to talk to about how you truly feel?


If you are ready to be free from the power of a sad or depressed mood, I look forward to guiding you to success. Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Mindfulness, and Reality theories will supply you with the tools to crush the painful stagnation associated with your depression, anxiety, doubt, and insecurity. I am dedicated to the early identification and management of the symptoms of depression and anxiety. There is no reason to fear a diagnosis of depression or bipolar that can be successfully treated. The only problem would be to suffer alone. Let me help you understand your diagnosis without shame but with strength and strategies. My practice includes the service of teenagers and adults.


My objective is to counsel at a higher level! Transcend the impossible and realize your inner peace, hope, and happiness!

CDC Statistics on Depression

During  August 19-31, 2020, to December 9-21, 2020, depression increased from 24.5% to 30.2%. The greatest increase occurred with 18-29-year-olds by 7.8 to 8.0 percentage points. 
From January to December 2021, depression increased from 4.4-5.1% for adults over 18 years old. 

Vahratian A, Blumberg SJ, Terlizzi EP, Schiller JS. Symptoms of Anxiety or Depressive Disorder and Use of Mental Health Care Among Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, August 2020–February 2021. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2021;70:490–494. DOI: icon.


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