"I tip-toed in and out of therapy from the age of 17, when I left home and moved to college, until I was 28. When I finally faced my feelings I really started to live and learned to live fully! Therapy, as I see it, is a means of learning things about how to live, interact, communicate and love in healthier ways. Going to therapy doesn’t mean you’re “crazy” or “sick” – it means you’re courageous and tired enough of what you’re going through to talk to a person trained to listen in deep and meaningful ways. Come talk with me! We’ll work together so you can live your most authentic life. Get Help and Get Happier!" – Connie Stapleton, Ph.D.