Sharon Hale, Marriage and Couples Therapy

Starting counseling is not an easy step for anyone.

You want help, but anxiety is holding you back from choosing a counselor or scheduling an appointment.

That’s why I try to make counseling feel less intimidating, and more like a conversation in a living room.

Most of my clients walk out of session saying they feel calmer, less alone, and more connected with their spouse.

You're not alone, and you're not completely crazy because you need a little help to figure out what to do next. 

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How Counseling Works:

1. Request an appointment. We will chat on the phone for about 15 minutes so I can answer any questions you have about counseling, and I will ask you about what you are looking for in counseling.  From there, if we decide to move forward, we will schedule our first full appointment together.

2. Weekly sessions. During sessions, we will talk about the problems you are experiencing, what keeps you stuck in those patterns, and find new ways to think about things or how to approach them differently. You will be able to share about what's bothering you in a safe, comfortable environment.

3. Start noticing how your life is changing. As you make changes to how you think and interact with others, you will make progress and start to feel better. The more you put into practice between sessions, the faster you will get to your goals.

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