Want More From Your Relationship?

Then you want a counselor who specializes in helping clients build stronger connections. Perhaps you are in a difficult marriage or relationship where you are arguing frequently and nothing you do seems to help. One of you may even wonder if you should continue. I’d love to help you gain clarity and confidence in your particular situation and understand yourself better in the process.

When looking for a therapist, you’ll want to consider both your comfort with the counselor and his/her clinical skills. My clients often give me feedback that I am compassionate and encouraging. It is very important to me that you feel secure and well cared for as we work together.

I’d love to speak with you further to see if I’m a good fit or help you find a counselor who best meets your needs. If I’m in session when you call, I promise to get back to you within 24 hours to answer your your questions and explore what it might look like to work together.

Call me today at 314-249-5444 to start living with more passion and fun.

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