What My Clients Say

I thought it would be helpful for you to read what some of my clients have to say about our work together. Remember, finding the right therapist is very important. You must find someone you connect with, someone you trust, someone who you feel comfortable being around.

The extraordinary people who have been my clients have taught me so much, and I am grateful to all of them.

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“Julie has a no-nonsense approach to therapy which proved to be what I really needed. She is gentle and kind but is not afraid to tell you how it is; even if it’s not what you want to hear. I feel Julie really listened to me and that at least during that hour, I was the most important person in the world.”

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“Julie is a very fair, patient, down to earth and honest person who has positively influenced many lives, marriages and families. She cares and shows a great deal of compassion for each person’s individual healing. I have become a better person because of Julie. I am very grateful for the experience and guidance she has given me and my husband over the years.”

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“Julie is more than an excellent therapist, she is a tremendously gifted healer.”

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“As my therapist, you were not a detached individual who listened to me for an hour, asked for a fee and then sent me home. Through your optimistic and compassionate counseling style/approach, you enabled me to get past some of the road blocks of life, which gave me a chance to grow and mature as an individual.”

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“I have done pretty well this season with my (Vietnam) PTSD. The symptoms haven’t bothered me as much as years passed. I think it was due to the Psych-K technique. I honestly think something was put back together again because ever since then I have gotten better. I can’t begin to ever thank you enough. I’m glad you are not afraid to try new techniques and that you willingly shared it with me.”

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“When I came home from a 28 day rehab program I was told to seek outside help if I was going to succeed in my sobriety. I was blessed to have Julie there to help me through an incredibly difficult time in my life! Along with AA, many publications and seeing Julie sometimes twice a week I am happy to report 5+ years of HAPPY sobriety and a very full and satisfying life. She kept me sane, on track and focused with lots of homework and support during my recovery, which is still in progress. I still mentally refer to her words and inspiration when I get down. I am very grateful for all she did for me and would not be here without her.”

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“One of the things that makes Julie such an effective therapist is her compassion and ability to put herself in another’s shoes so as to better understand their situation and to help them make effective changes. She understands that what works for one client might not work with another and is adaptable to most any clinical situation. She has a curious spirit that never gives up and is willing to work as hard as her clients to help them reach their goals.”

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“Julie possesses a passion to help motivate clients to discover solutions to their problems. She was able to create a desire in me to grow as an individual. She provided a safe, comfortable environment for me that allowed me to open up and take risks. I never felt judged and always trusted that she had my best interest at heart.”

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“Julie worked with me at a very pivotal time. I found her approach and demeanor to be one of compassion, encouragement, and curiosity. She did not try to fix me or my issues; instead she believed in me and listened while allowing and encouraging me to step into action in my own style.”

A note about Yelp’s “Recommended” and “Not Recommended” reviews.

It’s easy to find the reviews left by my clients that Yelp has decided are “recommended” reviews. But there are dozens more Yelp reviews written by real clients of mine who wanted to share their experience. Yelp has decided these reviews are “not currently recommended,” but I think you should be able to read all of the reviews my clients have left, not just ones that Yelp has decided are important. It’s unclear what criteria Yelp uses to decide whose reviews are easily visible (recommended) and whose are hidden (not currently recommended).  Click here to read the “not currently recommended” reviews.