Hi. My name is Ken Fields. I am a nationally certified, state licensed mental health counselor. I am available online to provide you with quality, professional online counseling. Whatever problems and troubles you are faced with, I can offer you positive, non-judgmental support and effective therapeutic intervention. Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety, traumatic stress, anger, grief, procrastination, relationship problems or work related/career issues...whatever situation you perceive to be troubling or a problem, it can be discussed in privacy and confidentiality through online counseling.
I have provided mental and behavioral health counseling to individuals, couples, families, and groups for over 25 years dealing with such issues as depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, anger, traumatic stress, attention-deficit/hyperactivity, obsessions and compulsions, relationship conflicts and communication breakdowns, to name a few. During this time, I have also taught public and private classes on various self-improvement topics including self-image psychology, goal setting, visualization, motivation, communication and negotiation, parenting, coaching, stress and anger management, meditation and relaxation. I have worked as an individual and family therapist for years in the community and throughout school districts, an employee assistance counselor, the director of a crisis intervention program, a clinical supervisor and an administrator in a human service agency.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Trauma and abuse
- Parenting issues
I also have experience in Addictions, LGBT, Family conflicts, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Anger management, Self esteem, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder
LMHC #22 (Expires: 2020-06-01)
LPC #C4281 (Expires: 2021-03-31)
Best decision and counselor I have had. So much has been accomplished.
Ken is an excellent listener who provides practical guidance to address emotional challenges and his objectivity also adds to the potential for conflict resolution in relationships.
Ken is an awesome therapist and in my opinion just an awesome person. I've only been talking to him for half a month but my mind's been in pieces and he's done a good job of helping me put them together. We're not done yet, but a lot of stepping stones have been laid out for recovery. He offers great insight and perspectives I'd never thought of and it makes things make sense. And unlike anyone I've met he addresses my problems without a trace of judgment, which is really what I need.
Ken's wisdom and thoughtfulness have been instrumental in creating positive thoughts regarding my life and interactions with others. Thanks, Ken!
This man is amazing. He is helping me so much and truly cares. He has become dear to me, he is professional yet insightful and doesn't judge. A wonderful therapist to have in my life.
I've worked with Ken for half a decade. He is a marvelous listener and a fantastic guide. The best part about Ken is that he "leads the horse to water" with kindness and grace. I couldn't recommend his more highly.
Ken has been great for me - always guarantees a lengthy common sense response to my concerns. Thank you, Ken.
Ken is one of the best therapists I've ever worked with. He's patient, receptive and has a lot of relevant insights. He's helped guide me to a better understanding of myself and provided advice which has furthered the journey of healing.
Ken has been really helpful in giving me perspective on some of the things rolling thru my head. He's non-judgmental and tremendously kind. It's great to just get stuff out of my head. It's really what I need and I'm very thankful for it.
Thanks Ken for you're wise, informative, professional counsel. He has helped me to understand better that many of our anxieties are normal and that it really is more about how we interpret, manage and live with them positively !
Ken is awesome. He was very patient and understanding with me and responded in a better than timely fashion when things were very chaotic on my end, recognizing the need for more rapid response. I felt very comfortable with him in a very short period of time. He was a great neutral forum to express myself and not feel judged in any way. I highly recommend his counsel.
Ken feels like a wise friend. He has a talent for helping me focus on what my actual issues are while turning down the noise on less critical issues.
Ken is very wise. In just a few sentences he can change my perspective for the better. I can tell he really cares and wants to help.
Ken is a wonderful help. Seems to say just the right things, at the right time.Cares and spends time with each response- customizing them to my situation. I appreciate the diligence and attention--it certainly has helped me feel supported in my times of transition and change.
Ken is the most compassionate of therapists I have ever met. He is a fantastic listener, he gives great advice yet doesn't push you his beliefs on himself yet guides you to your own with love, empathy, and compassion. I could not recommend him more highly.
Ken has helped me to analyze my issues from a very thoughtful and mature standpoint. He's given me a comforting and logical perspective on what I found to be a very distressing situation. His comments and questions make me think deeply about a lot of my behaviors and thought processes, and make me feel like there is hope to change what I don't like. I appreciate and look forward to his prompt and well-thought out responses to my concerns.
When I signed up with Better Help late one night, I was shocked to get a message from Ken so quickly - it was probably 11 at night. Unlike other counselors I've seen, his response was action oriented, advice-based for coping with how I was feeling. It wasn't "so, tell me how you feel." Every time I've come to him with a problem or a feeling, he responds quickly and with helpful advice and guidance that has lifted weight off my shoulders. I am so grateful to have been matched with Ken. My outlook on my problems and the way forward in my life is dramatically improved. Thank you, Ken!
Ken has given me a lot of think about and reflect upon. I wasn't sure I'd love the written format. But unlike in-person therapy sessions, I've been able to go back to his responses and reference them when I feel lost. He's responded to me a timely manner and checks in when there's extended periods between my communications.