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Turnstone Counseling
Turnstone Counseling

Turnstone Counseling

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Introduction: The focus of my practice is working with couples who are struggling with communication and connection. I also see individuals who appreciate the relationship expertise I bring to the counseling room and who want to do short-term, intense work on how they relate to their friends, colleagues, and/or partner. Together, we will formulate a goal that is unique to your situation. Counseling sessions are engaging, intense, fun, and dynamic. The work we do will create new pathways of communication and action for your present and future life together. My intention and therapy style is designed to quickly get into the heart of things and help you make the changes you want.
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Elisabeth M.

Relationship Counseling

We felt incredibly comfortable and optimistic sitting down with Brenda. We are looking forward to working with her.
Jul 25, 2015
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FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    When billing insurance, I charge the higher rate (bookkeeping rate) of $135 per 60 minute session. When clients are paying out of pocket, I charge $110 per 60 minute session.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    Continuing education is the cornerstone to being an excellent therapist and so I take this part of my work very seriously. Over the past few years, I have trained with some of the leading couples therapists (Sue Johnson, David Schnarch, Rob Fisher) and have also begun to add in Hakomi training to my toolbox. I am constantly reading the latest research (attachment theory, emotionally focused therapy, somatic counseling) and apply what I learn in the therapy room. I consider constant growth to be an integral part of what makes me good at my work!

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    When my husband and I first moved in together many years ago, we met with a couples therapist who helped us successfully navigate that intense transition. He suggested it might be a good career path for me -- and he was right!

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