Coming November 11, 2022!
Welcome to Conversations from the Couch: A Counselors Guide to Mental Wellness! Have a seat, I’m so glad you’re here.
My name is Allyson; I’m a mom to an awesome little boy, a blessed wife, and a spiritual enthusiast. I embarked on a personal healing journey over a decade ago that has completely transformed my life - so much so, in fact, that I’ve dedicated my life to helping others along their journeys via mental health therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), I work with clients to develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their interactions with the world around them. Fostering therapeutic relationships with the individuals I treat helps to create a safe space for them to explore difficult emotions, make honest decisions about what's working in their lives (and what isn't), and fully embrace the power they have to achieve their goals.
One thing I've learned from being a counselor is that everyone has a story; every single person has experienced difficulties in their lives that have shaped them. Humans are meant to experience, learn, and evolve through the challenges we face, but often we lack the tools we need to do so. My experience with clients on the couch has filled my metaphorical toolbox with plenty of tips and tricks.. and I'm ready to SPILL some TEA…
Now, I’m not talking about the kind of tea that satisfies all the drama llamas out there; I’m talking about the tea that satisfies the soul. It’s time to shift from surviving to thriving by learning how to say no, overcoming deep-seated fears, and improving our relationships with ourselves and those around us. The truth is that you are MUCH more powerful than you realize!
So, where are all of my ladies and gents who are ready to break old habits, heal past hurts, and understand themselves at their core? This blog is for y’all. Come have a seat on the couch, and allow me to fill your cup with all the right tea.
Join us here!
Allyson can be reached at email@example.com
Disclaimer: the content in this blog is intended to encourage and support you in becoming the best version of yourself, though should not be used in replacement of individualized professional treatment. If you’re struggling, find a mental health professional near you.