Empathy is foundation to everything Heather does. From that foundation, she encourages and challenges clients to clarify what they want and develop the courage to go after it. Clients goals and values are important to her. Heather believes in the dignity of free will, choice, and personal responsibility. The first question she asks new clients is, “If therapy did exactly what you needed, what would your life look like?” This is your goal and it’s a glimpse into your values. Heather loves helping people clarify and connect with their own unique values. Then, she can focus on building skills that support your choices for living from your deepest meaning.
- She is a wife and mom to a toddler, in addition to owning two businesses.
- When not working, she is meeting friends for coffee play dates or baking gluten-free goodies for her hubs.
- Don’t put a plant within 10 feet of her or she will kill it.
- What should I do if I think my spouse is a sex addict?
- My partner just found out about my affairs and is asking a lot of questions; what should I say?
- My partner is a sex addict; should I be afraid about them doing something to the kids?
- Is sex addiction real or are these guys just assholes?
- What’s the difference between sex addiction and sex offending?
- What’s the difference between sex therapy and sex addiction therapy?
Contact Information: If you would like to contact Heather her phone number is (661) 433-9448, her E-mail is email@example.com, and her website is ClearChoiceCounseling.com. If you would like to follow her here are her social media handles:
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