The idea of seeing a counselor can invite a host of different emotions. Whether you’ve been to counseling before or have never considered the possibility, there can be a lot of fear around what that experience may look like.
For all of us at different times we experience difficult situations and realize we can’t navigate it alone. Although our community and families are vital, sometimes having someone who is not only professionally trained to help make sense of things but is also objective, unbiased, and non-judgmental is exactly what we need.
I currently see clients at The Refuge Center for Counseling and provide a sliding scale fee which bases the session cost on your income making counseling affordable and convenient for you. If you’re located in Tennessee and are interested in talking more about the possibility of coming in for counseling, please follow the link to submit your contact information and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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