Welcome To Reaching Peace Counseling

Welcome to Reaching Peace Counseling! I am happy to inform you that I provide quality therapeutic services for children, adolescents, adults and families.

I'm Michelle Heinhold

Therapist

I specialize in anxiety, depression and trauma. I will provide a confidential, safe, and supportive environment that will allow you to reach a peaceful resolution. I have 15 plus years providing treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. I went to the University of Michigan School of Social Work which is ranked number one in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

Providing Treatment For:

• Depression
• Anxiety
• Trauma (sexual assault, abuse)
• LGBTQ+
• Children (as young as age 3)
• Adolescents
• OCD
• PTSD

What Is Therapy?

Therapy is a confidential environment where you can express and share your problems and feelings about anything. There seems to be a stigma that going to therapy means there is something wrong with the person, and they cannot solve problems on their own. This simply is not true. Everyone can benefit from therapy; it is a non-judgemental, safe place to work through any issue. We all go through life events that are difficult to process on our own. Therapy offers that professional support where an individual can talk through difficulties.

Who Is Therapy For?

Therapy is for everyone. No matter what age a person is, they can benefit from therapy. Life can be a messy, up and down roller coaster. Therapy allows the individual to talk through issues that arise from their life.

I specialize in anxiety, depression and trauma. I will provide a confidential, safe, and supportive environment that will allow you to reach a peaceful resolution. I have 15 plus years providing treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. I went to the University of Michigan School of Social Work which is ranked number one in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

What Is The Process Of Therapy Like?

I meet with people one on one, or in a family/group dynamic. There is some paperwork involved to fill out, and this allows me to fully understand an individual’s history, where they are coming from, and how to best treat a client. Discussing issues from the past is an important part of therapy, as it tends to affect where a person is at in the present. However, if someone is not ready to discuss past events or difficult family issues, I will not force a person to talk about issues they are not ready to discuss.

About Me

I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a child, I went through some experiences that shaped the course of my young life, and would later be the reason for my choice in becoming a therapist. I went away for college, receiving my undergraduate degree at the University of Utah in Human Development and Family Studies.

Contact Michelle today to find out more!

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