Moore Vulnerability Counseling Services
Counseling by Julia Moore
Do you frequently find yourself in unhealthy relationships, despite your attempts at seeking trustworthy people? Are you struggling with trust issues in your current relationship? It is hard to know who you can trust after traumatic events in your life. I can help individuals who are stuck in unhealthy patterns and who want to have greater fulfillment in connecting with others. I enjoy helping adults and couples address trauma or abuse, sexuality or intimacy issues, and coping with depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. If you’d like to schedule an appointment email: email@example.com.
Coaching by Drew Moore
“How are you feeling?” Isn’t that a loaded question? Do you find yourself struggling to answer? Are you unsure of where to go next, or what your values are? I help individuals and organizations clarify their goals, articulate their values, communicate more effectively, AND most importantly strengthen relationships. Coaching helps individuals grow by focusing on where you want to go rather than where you have been. I use tools such as the Enneagram, MBTI, and the Strengths Finder to invite you to learn more about yourself and those around you. To schedule your discovery session, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Moore, LCPC, LMHC operates a variety of groups throughout the year. Group therapy sessions include topics such as social anxiety, self-esteem, human sexuality, trauma and assault recovery, and healthy relationships. Check out our “announcements” or “group therapy” pages to learn more about what groups are currently offered, or email email@example.com for more information.
“Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it is having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it is our greatest measure of courage.”
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