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My Online Services


Therapy services provided for adults at Reflective therapy & Consulting, PLLC includes the following:


  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Grief/Bereavement therapy

  • Life transitions

  • Adjustment disorders


  • Trauma/Abuse Therapy

  • Mood disorders


Reflective Therapy & Consulting provides a safe and inclusive environment for individuals from all walks of life. No matter your race, ethnicity, religion, cultural background, socioeconomic status, disability, gender or sexual orientation. We aim to provide the best treatment and care to fit your specific needs.


Medication Referrals


When embarking in the therapy process and throughout the course of our therapeutic relationship, the topic of medication may be explored between you and your therapist.  For some mental health diagnoses, medication can be a helpful resource to complement psychotherapy. We would be happy to explore those questions with you and provide a referral to a psychiatrist for further evaluation.

"We don't learn from experience. We learn from reflecting on experience"- John Dewey


Anxiety is the body's natural response to stress. Feelings of restlessness, tension, or nervousness. Anxiety can come in various forms whether it's mental/emotional or physical reaction such as short breaths, increased heart rate. Therapy can help with exploring the root of where your stress and how to mitigate to bring relief.


Depression is a persistent feeling of sadness and disinterest in things that used to bring happiness. Depression can stop you doing your daily activities and responsibilities. Different types of depression exist, with symptoms ranging from relatively minor to severe. Generally, depression does not result from a single event, but from a combination of life experiences, genetic predisposition or chemical imbalance, or loss.  If you feel depressed. Don’t hesitate. Seeking therapy can help prevent symptoms from causing more distress.

Grief is the natural process of responding to a loss in your life. Grief reactions may be felt in response to  a death of a loved one or in response to social losses such as a break up or being laid off from a job.  Another example can be disagreements with friends that lead to loss of the friendship. Bereavement is the period after a loss during which grief is experienced and mourning occurs. Grief therapy is a space where you and a therapist can explore your feelings around your particular loss and how cope and heal healthily at your own pace. There is no timeline on grief and bereavement. Making space to reflect with support with a trusted circle of people and a therapist can make a huge difference.

Life transitions are a natural and common thing that occur at some point in our life time. Life transitions can look like, a graduation, starting a new job, getting married, getting divorced or a significant move to another city, or having a baby. Regardless of the example, change is change and it can take time to adjust and adapt which can cause stress, anxiety or depression. With life transitions- adjustment disorder can occur.

"An adjustment disorder is an emotional and/or behavioral reaction to a stressful event or change in your life. The response is considered an unhealthy or excessive response to the event or change within three months of it happening."-


Reflective Therapy & Consulting support the LGBTQIA community and are here to support in whichever way we can.  You can speak about any concerns you have, whether they are regarding your gender identity/sexual orientation. Reflective Therapy & Consulting can help with exploring your gender identity and expression, exploring your sexual orientation/preferences, and/or your coming out process. We can assist with identifying any feelings affecting your mental health and managing any gender dysphoria. We also can discuss empowerment against discrimination or bullying.


Trauma therapy is a form of talk therapy aimed at addressing the emotional and mental health consequences of a traumatic event. A traumatic event is something inflicted on us that was unwanted or where we experienced a loss of control. Examples can look a near death experience, witnessing a death of someone close to us or a stranger, or being emotionally, verbally or physically abused by a trusted person. The list can go on. Whatever trauma is to you, we are here to help you discuss and process. It is uncertain why people react to trauma differently. A combination of biology, temperament, and repeated exposure to traumatic events can play significant role. When you attend a trauma therapy session or any type of treatment for your emotional distress, it’s crucial for you to understand that goal setting is imperative for success in healing. This is something you and your clinician can go over together for an appropriate care plan. This helps in measuring your progress.

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