Good news, students! I am now offering telehealth services to students enrolled in college credit courses in the states of Maryland and Virginia!
While speaking to some of my colleagues and friends in the community, including my own alma mater, we agree that getting counseling is hard for students. Students are busy. Students live on campus with varying amounts of access to transportation. Students are on budgets. Being a student is also stressful, intense and transformative. For many of us, these years of our lives are those during which we make life decisions which ultimately shape the rest of our adult years. We do this often outside of our normal support system, living for the first time apart from close friends and family. With the added stressors of classes, grades, relationships and more, this is a time of life when we need extra support.
I am here to help! Let me remove some of the barriers and give you guidance during this time in your life. If you are a student enrolled in college courses I can offer you my services exclusively online on an audiovisual system that is confidential and easy to use. Get counseling from the convenience of your own living space. Don't wait to get support during this important time in your life. Your help is just a click away! Fill out a referral or call and email me (on the "Contact" page) today to get started. Create your best life!
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is a Creativity Coach, Creativity Counselor and Professional Artist in Sykesville, Maryland. She provides Online Creativity Counseling in Maryland and Virginia, and Online Creativity Coaching throughout the USA, Canada and the UK.
The information provided in this blog is from my own clinical experiences and training. It is intended to supplement your clinical care. Never make major life changes before consulting with your treatment team. If you are unsure of your safety or wellbeing, do not hesitate to get help immediately.