Deborah Squires Goeble, LISW-S

When things are going well and you have your life together emotionally, everything seems fine.  But woven through the fabric of everyday living are the threads of problems – of depression, stress, anxiety, and grief. Sometimes these threads get so knotted that you feel you need help to unsnarl them. Let me help you untangle the snarls and reweave the threads to make the cloth of your life smooth again.

Crisis Counseling 
Every person or family experiences a crisis at some time in their lives.  A crisis is a point where our coping mechanisms get overwhelmed. In such a situation, you and your family may feel as if the fabric of your lives has come unraveled and become knotted, the threads no longer weaving a connected, coherent whole. You may feel anxious, stressed, or depressed because of:

  • Employment issues – job loss, financial difficulties, problems at work
  • Relationship problems
  • Parent-child conflicts
  • Serious illness or death in the family
  • Separation or divorce
  • Blending families complications resulting from remarriage
  • Caring for aging parents – parenting your parents

Brief, intensive sessions once or twice a week with a counselor can help you to relieve the stress you are feeling and find the best course of action to cope with the situation. You can learn to see your situation from a different perspective which will reveal new, more effective solutions.

  • Helping You Cope
    Sometimes you need help in sorting out the confusion you may be feeling in trying to reach personal goals. Counseling can help to straighten out the tangled threads of emotional problems, improve personal relationships, raise self-esteem and increase self-understanding.

Reaching Me: 
I feel that EVERY call is important; therefore, I will return your call as soon as I am available. In the cases of an emergency, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. I regularly answer the phone from 10 minutes before the hour until the hour.  You may call at anytime and leave a message.