Counseling for Life Transition, Marriage & Career
The week of February 12th, 2018. Would you like to improve your life and your relationships? Professional counseling and consulting can be a real help. There is no charge for a short discussion by text, phone or email. Simply tell us a little about what is going on for you. We will listen carefully to your concerns. After that, you can schedule a session if you wish to do so. Video conferencing and telephone counseling sessions are also available.
Better Communication for Lower Stress Relationships
Marriage therapy helps you to lower your stress from marriage and partner communications breakdown, separation, divorce, loss of trust after affairs, or parenting disagreements. Richard Chandler, MA, LPC, does couples and marriage counseling for difficult relationship fractures, including infidelity, anger and conflict. He counsels teens and those experiencing life transition. Please see relationship and communication tips on our facebook page.
Change Can Feel Overwhelming… We Build Upon Your Strengths
It is easy to become paralyzed with overwhelming stress and anxiety, feeling drained and losing your ability to respond. Our job is to help you navigate through difficult times, bringing clarity to your situation. Together, we can marshal your outer resources and build upon your inner strengths to respond and overcome your challenges.
No Insurance, High Deductibles or Co-pays? We are Affordable
After our initial ‘no cost’ telephone, email or text conversation, you may choose to schedule a session. Although we do not accept insurance, our rates are affordable. We have a sliding fee scale with reasonable minimums. Please contact us by phone or text at 320-223-9481. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org If other counselors would be a better match for you and your issue, we may recommend several to you.
St. Cloud Times Articles
The St. Cloud Times recently published an article called “Energy Vampires,
” and a 2nd one, “He Cheated. Now What?,”
based in large part on interviews that journalist, Stephanie Dickrell, did with me. I hope you enjoy them. Richard Chandler