|Rachael FieldsM.Ed. CSC,LPC,C.A.R.T.|
"Rachael is one of the best!!"
|Jenise Aydell-Hontiveros LCSW, BACS|
"Tonya is a really great counselor, she really helped me during my time with stressful relationships. I was able to see it from the outer perspective while still validating how I felt in the situation. I was able to change my perspective on how I viewed personal matters and that helped aliviate anxiety and stress. One thing that she always reminded me of is that I need to practice what we discussed, therapy helps with putting feelings out there but I am given tools that I am mean to utilize, and it only works when practiced."
|Dr. Tracy SmithPhD,LPC,NCC|
"After my first session, Tracy made me so much better! Even texting throughout the day is so helpful! I feel like i’ve know her. I can’t thank her enough and i’m looking forward to more sessions."
|Dr. Lou BordissoEd.D.,LMFT|
"Dr. Lou has been an absolute great asset to me during my time this year with better help. I understand it is necessary for Dr. Lou to have a safe recovery regarding his health, however I am finding it difficult to get on appointments with him otherwise since he had to cancel other than his help. I do wish I had more time to speak with him in a designated our frame like I did with my previous counselor. My mental health still is at stake and I do wish to continue with him after he recovers but again finances have been really tricky and I really hate to be spending money when I don’t have responses from my counselor in the past couple weeks and getting on a solid schedule. Aside from his health I really do hate to have to switch again in the meantime if I could please speak to somebody from the better health team on how to go about my current needs on how to pick my next counselor that would be great. My grandma had recently passed away I am overwhelmed with finding a stable job and getting my confidence back and I’m also feeling pressure internally on doing better and being on my own but at the same time I love my family but they do get on my nerves and kind of feel negative vibes around them when I deep down want to do better and be my own cheerleader and feel like they are pulling me back as im trying to positively motivate myself to move forward and onward. Anybody who can challenge me to find happiness in all that I do and feel confident would be great at this time. Thank you "
"I’ve had 2 sessions with Tawnny and both have been quite beneficial for me. I have a lot of experience with therapy and enjoy working with someone who is direct and can help me work through something efficiently. She’s great for type A’s haha! She’s a great listener and challenges your thinking process if she notices that I could use some tweaking. So far so good! "
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