I treat clients who are sad, feel bad about themselves, or have little energy left over to live their life.

People describe depression in different ways. For you, maybe if feels like drowning, emptiness, or living in a black hole. Today, depression doesn’t carry the same stigma and it shouldn’t with you! If you need depression counseling or therapy, give me a call. Therapy can offer light at the end of the tunnel.

If you are feeling hopelessly depressed to the point of suicide, call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or call 911.

How to Get in Touch

I provide a variety of ways for you to reach me. I am prompt to be in touch and chat with you. For confidentiality purposes, a return call will say “No Caller ID”.

Calling the Office: (205) 523-5752

When you call, you will get the office voicemail each time. Please don’t hesitate to leave your message. It is confidential. A transcript of that message is immediately sent to me. Expect a reply within 2 hours. For confidentiality purposes, the return call will say “No Caller ID”

Texting the Office: (205) 523-5752

Perhaps you are in a place where a call isn’t convenient or is maybe awkward. Send me a text. Include your name and phone number and perhaps a best time to contact you. I’ll contact you by text.

Sending an Email

Please use the contact form here to send me a message. I will respond to your email and answer any questions you might have.

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