Sharon A. Hersh, M.A., LPC
Sharon A. Hersh, M.A., LPC

Sharon A. Hersh, M.A., LPC

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Introduction: My own story of significant struggle with addiction gives me a compassion for strugglers and a passionate belief that freedom is possible! When I work with adolescents I involve the whole family.
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Robyn K.
Oct 15, 2011
I've know Sharon for more than four years. She has helped me in such tremendous ways through major adversity in my life. She has a way of bringing faith and knowledge to make you think about your issues and to really help you see how God is moving in your life. She truly cares about what you feel and what you are going through. Going through individual and marriage counseling with Sharon has truly blessed us as individuals and as a couple. She helped me understand and have more compassion for my husband at a time that I wasn't sure I could find it. Knowing that she prayed for us also made such a difference. Before I met Sharon, We saw at least three therapist that didn't touch on the way that Sharon really handled our situation. I have the utmost respect for Sharon, and I am more than grateful to her.
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Carl G.
Oct 10, 2011
Can't say enough about Sharon - She's tops. If you want to take your marriage from bad to good, or good to great you need only do three things: First, agree with your spouse that both of you will do whatever she asks (she's wonderful at not taking sides, yet deeply caring), and she won't ask you to do wierd things - she's trustworthy. Second, book regular appointments. Third, show up... and do what she asks you, it's even OK to fail here so long as you are both sincerely trying and you talk with Sharon about what happened. Repeat this process until your marriage is great. It's really that simple... no matter how bad your marriage is!
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Jill C.
Oct 25, 2011
My daughter and I have been counseling with Sharon for about two years. She has helped my daughter cope with anxiety over a narcissistic father. Sharon has encouraged my daughter to write a book about tips for kids/parents that go through a divorce. Sharon counsels in a way that makes you feel very comfortable to share. She speaks with truth, compassion, and sincerity. She's a great encourager and you feel empowered to handle any situation after a session!


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    That counseling is a chance to live your best life by understanding how your story has brought you to this place and how your hard work with the support of a counselor can lead you to the life you really want.

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