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Rev. Melloney Hudelson, LPC-MHSP

Stress, Anxiety Trauma, Abuse Self esteem, Motivation Bipolar disorder Depression
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About me

I am licensed in Tennessee with 4 years of professional work experience. I have experience in helping clients with stress and anxiety, trauma and abuse, motivation, self esteem, and confidence, & bipolar disorder. I work with my clients to create an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgment. Taking the first step to seeking a more fulfilling and happier life takes courage. I am here to support you in that process.

Professional experience

4yrs in practice
Stress, Anxiety Trauma, Abuse Self esteem, Motivation Bipolar disorder Depression

Additional areas of focus: Addictions, Grief, Intimacy-related issues, Sleeping disorders, Anger management, Coping with life changes, Compassion fatigue, Antisocial Personality, Avoidant Personality, Dissociation, Forgiveness, Guilt and Shame, Mood Disorders, Panic Disorder and Panic Attacks, Post-traumatic Stress, Sexual Assault and Abuse, Somatization, Traumatic Brain Injury

Services offered

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These quotes represent just a few of the many positive reviews that we have received for Rev. Melloney Hudelson. We don't pay anyone to provide their review and they are all made voluntarily. Some people's experience receiving therapy with BetterHelp might be different.

Working with Melloney has proven to be one of the best decisions I could make. She has tremendous insight when dealing with trauma, anxiety and depression. When I tried BetterHelp I really was in a bad place. I could not have imagined how well I would connect with a therapist using this platform. Overall I do not believe that there is a better person I could work with and walk with as I grow and heal. Thank you Melloney!

Written on Aug 24, 2023 after therapy with Melloney for 5 months on issues concerning trauma and abuse, and intimacy-related issues