Mental health is not something to feel embarrassed about. Stigmas frighten us and sometimes keeps us from moving forward and receiving the help that we need. Understanding who you are and your mental health (or a family member's mental health) can help you feel centered and connected to your inner you. Learning how to identify symptoms, warning signs, and triggers to your daily problematic concerns can create understanding and empathy towards yourself and others; and lead you to feel comfortable functioning in your everyday life.
The Listening Retreat is a privately owned counseling office where individuals, couples, and families are able to receive professional counseling and guidance in resolving personal, behavioral, social, and psychological concerns. Children, teens, and adults are able to learn coping skills for managing difficult experiences; on how to make better life decisions; to view life as positive and safe; and to gain the feeling of a hopeful future.
to psychoeducate individuals and provide assistance with identifying and meeting desired goals; and encourage action, inspire success, and empower the ability to sustain a functioning lifestyle.
to provide personalized treatment to individuals and families that focuses energy, actions, and decisions on area most important to the individual.
is to serve each individual, on by one, to cultivate healthy individuals and evironments; to enhance understandings, generate connections, and spread empathy througout our communities.
Love Self. Take Action. Serve Others. Center Faithfully.
*Sessions are typically once a week (however, together we can decide on any changes).
*Sessions are 45-60 mins in length.
*If for any reason you must cancel an appointment, please call or email 24 hours in advance to reschedule and to avoid being charged.
*Walk-in sessions are not available.
*Weekend appointments are available upon request, only for severe cases.
*Aetna *Baylor Scott & White *Cigna
*Blue Cross Blue Shield *United Healthcare
If you are or someone you know is having a mental health emergency, please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or https:/suicidepreventionlifeline.org.