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Life Change

Therapy gives new insight to issues like career change, life change, family change – and change is difficult! Many people use therapy to learn to navigate a new normal.

To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven.

— Ecclesiastes.

Change in the seasons of life can also be accompanied with confusion and a sense of loss. Perhaps you have lost your job, or experienced the loss of a loved one or lost your purpose in your career — also known as burnout. Bob is a trained therapist in Tuscaloosa who can explore ways to create a new normal. Through counseling and therapy, discover how to approach life transitions as an adventure! Give Reflection Therapy a call and explore.

Life Change, Caregiver Counseling and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease afflicts 5.4 million Americans, and a new diagnosis is made every 68 seconds. Dementia caregivers bear a terrible brunt of the disease. Unfortunately, few caregivers seek the help they need. With their attention on their loved one, they ignore their own depression and anxiety.

As a therapist in Tuscaloosa with a concern for the caregiver, Bob, along with a board certified neurologist, has developed the IV Pillars Model© a new and innovative approach designed to address the specific needs of the Alzheimer’s caregiver. Give Bob a call at Reflection Therapy to learn more.

Potts, D. C., Swindall, A., Montgomery, R.W. (2012) The IV Pillars Model.

 

Resources for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver

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.

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