Anxiety often feels like an impending sense of doom. It can affect your ability to function, and can often be very isolating. I work with individuals to reduce anxiety through mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Trauma can be a result of one event or multiple events over time. Symptoms may include depression, anxiety, panic attacks, dissociation, and low self-esteem. I work with individuals using the "bottom up" approach. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Individual.
Codependency is characterized by individuals that have unbalanced relationships, and the individual will put the needs of others before themselves. Some characteristics of codependency include: low self-esteem, difficulty making decisions, people pleasing, poor boundaries, and difficulty identifying emotions. I work with individuals to red discover themselves, identifying destructive behavioral patterns, and getting acquainted with their needs and emotions.
Change comes from a fear of the unknown or an expectation of loss. Depending on how you view the change, good or bad, may determine how well you adjust. Therapy can help with changing perception, increase quality coping skills, and provide the support needed to successfully adjust to change.
In every relationship there are times when it is helpful to have a professional as a sounding board. Couples therapy you can learn about “blind spots.” Blind spots are things you do that you are not aware of, but others can see. For example, unhealthy communication patterns and conflict avoidance. The goal of therapy is to increase awareness and tools to increase satisfaction in the relationship.
As of March 11, 2020, Governor Ducey has declared a state of emergency regarding the presence of Covid-19, also known as novel coronavirus. While no cases have been connected to my office, my intent is to minimize community risk and provide a pathway for continuity of services during this time.
If you are feeling unwell, have travelled in the last 14-21 days to an affected area, or have a friend or family member who may have been exposed to Covid-19, please refrain from attending in-person sessions.
I have the ability to provide secure telehealth sessions via your client portal, which will allow us to continue meeting without interruption through this time period.
Ronda’s experience within the counseling field has allowed her to work in a variety of settings including inpatient psychiatric care and outpatient services, helping clients of diverse backgrounds, ages, and presenting concerns. She is dedicated to helping individuals and couples succeed when faced with life’s challenges. Her goal is to provide a holistic approach that builds on your strengths to develop the balance, inner peace, and a purpose filled life you deserve. She provides a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment, addressing issues of anxiety and depression, trauma, grief and loss, adjustment to changes, and relationship issues. Ronda is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist Individual (CCTSI), and a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC). She practices under the clinical supervision of Kelyn Kebschull, LPC.
$85 per 50 minute session
$100 per 50 minute session
I accept all major credit cards, Health Savings Account (HSA), and Venmo.
** I am not accepting insurance at this time**
Call 490-818-9992 for an appointment
3336 East Chandler Heights Rd, Ste 123, Gilbert AZ 85298
You can schedule by phone or through the patient portal.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need immediate attention to prevent harming yourself and others, call Crisis Response Network at 602-222-9444.
For situations that require medical, police, or fire call 911.
As with any mental health treatment, the first session includes identifying symptoms, gathering relevant background information, and developing a course of treatment. This process takes about an hour.
You can schedule appointments through the patient portal or by phone. You can always call, 480-818-9992, if you do not see a convenient time in the patient portal.
A friend or family member is not professionally trained to help you grow, heal and change. Here is why your friend's advice is different from a therapist. Friends usually give you advice based on their experience, and are sometimes they are too close to the situation to be non-bias. Sometimes people don't feel comfortable sharing everything with a friend or family member because they fear being judged. A trained therapist is interested in helping you find your own answers by helping you connect with what is true and right for you.