Individual Sessions with Kathy Broady
I am absolutely thrilled with how busy and interactive this blog has become in such a short amount of time!!! That is excellent.!! Thank you all for coming here so frequently, and for participating in the comments, etc. I am really impressed with how much good “stuff” we are talking about here at Discussing Dissociation.
And while I’ll write as many responses to comments as I can, I also want to remind everyone that I offer individual sessions as well.
Maybe you don’t want to write about your system or your questions on a public blog that everyone in the world can see? I don’t blame you! It is very very important to keep yourself safe, so if you want to ask me questions that are private between you and me, please go to www.AbuseConsultants.com and order a personal consultation.
- I will do phone sessions with you.
- I will provide answers in an email consultation.
- I do IM sessions as well.
- If you live anywhere near the Dallas Texas area, we can have an office session.
For that matter if you are quickly passing through the Dallas Texas area, and would like to meet once or twice, I am open to that as well. My office is not that far from the airport, lol.
You may officially request phone sessions, email consultations, IM sessions, and office sessions from www.AbuseConsultants.com at any point in time.
After the official request comes through, you and I will select a meeting time that works for the both of us. Please put your preference for meeting times on the consultation form. (This from will be provided automatically for you as you click through the ordering process. It comes after the online banking pages, so please don’t “X” out of the browser until after you reach the green consultation form.)
You can also contact me through Psychology Today’s “find a therapist” option.
So if you would like a second opinion, or if you would like me to work as an adjunct trauma specialist for you, or if you need a therapist of your very own, please know that I can be a resource for you on those levels.
Thanks again for coming to the Discussing Dissociation blog. Each of you are contributing to make this an exciting place!
Please let me know if you wanna talk privately – I’m looking forward to it.
Kathy Broady LCSW