Crisis Counseling

Crisis counseling can help individuals cope with events that have triggered a crisis response within the individual. All people react differently, and for some, seeking mental health council is an important piece of recovery in the aftermath of a crisis. Crisis counseling is brief and time-limited with specific goals for achieving stability and maintaining feelings of safety. It is not a substitute for long-term counseling, but it can provide immediate relief and is often the first step for many who may need more intensive therapy.

Local Experts in Crisis Counseling

Tonia Lowe

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy

'Crisis: a time of intense difficulty, trouble, or danger.' (Oxford Dictionary) There are many different circumstances that could be considered a crisis, and it doesn’t have to involve a natural disaster. Personal crises such marital struggles, divorce, a layoff, parenting struggles, relocation, etc. are very real, and I can help you work through such things.

Rachel Firneno

Individual Therapy

Over 5 years of experience in working with clients who are experiencing crisis. I have formal training as well as first hand experience ranging from community crisis de-escalation and in-patient stabilization.

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