Therapy Counseling Services Overview

Specializing in Child, Family & Couples Counseling & LGBTQ Services

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It's important that whatever therapist you decide to see has the experience and knowledge to really help you. Your initial session will allow you to check me out to see if I am someone that you feel comfortable with and how I might be helpful to you.

As a licenced clinical social worker (LCSW), I provide individual, couples, family and group counseling to adults, children, and adolescents to help them find new ways to address whatever problems they are facing. It is vital that you find help that will be most beneficial to you. If I'm not the right person for you, I'm committed to helping you find someone that is.

I also make myself available to other therapists for support, therapy and consultation. I know it is not always easy for those of us in the helping profession to seek help ourselves. If you choose to come see me, you will find in me a peer who will appreciate your skills and expertise and value this.

For more information, read my services and practice policies.

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Therapy Office Hours and Scheduling an Appointment

My office hours are Monday through Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm. I do schedule some evening hours and would be happy to talk with you to discuss availability. Emergency weekend appointments are available on a case-by-case basis. I make every attempt to provide initial appointments within 48 hours of request, and most telephone inquiries are returned within 24 hours.

Twenty four hour business notice is required to avoid being charged the full session fee for a missed appointment. For more information about appointments and scheduling policies and practices.


To schedule an appointment call 919/807-1454.

You can also call me at 919/360-1929, or email me at to see how I can help.

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"If the day ever came when we were able to accept ourselves and our children exactly as we are and they are, I believe we would have come to an understanding of what "good parenting" means."

-Fred Rogers

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"The mind is everything; what you think you become."