Replenish Her Counseling offers personalized, creative, individual counseling sessions to women and teens in the greater Nashville area.
Our practice is devoted to helping those that feel like outsiders in their lives. We understand that our clients long to have happy, meaningful, and drama-free relationships; But, to do this, we believe the first step is by creating a better love, acceptance, and understanding of yourself. Our counseling sessions create the space to do this, through helping clients explore their thoughts, get in touch with their feelings, and learn how to better navigate tough emotions like sadness, anxiety, and loneliness.
Clients have the option to meet with our Licensed Professional Counselor, in person, at our Replenish Her Counseling Office; or to meet virtually through our secure, HIPPA compliant Virtual Office.
In-Office Counseling Sessions are available to clients on a weekly basis. Clients generally meet weekly for the first 8 to 12 weeks, at which point the option can be made to decrease to meeting biweekly, monthly, or as needed. This determination is made between the client, counselor, and *if applicable,* the parent. The decision to change the frequency of therapy is based on how the client is progressing in therapy and what the client’s individual needs are at that time.
Virtual Counseling Sessions are available for clients who wish to meet with a therapist from the comfort of their own home. This is a great option for those hesitant to deal with more Nashville driving, but truly wish to meet regularly with a therapist. This is also a great option for teens and college students that don’t always have access to a therapist because of transportation issues, or a jam-packed school schedule.
Walk and Talk Therapy Sessions are available to clients who love nature, love moving, and find it easier to talk about things when you’re outside, in the fresh air. These sessions are able to occur right from Replenish Her’s office, or at one of Nashville’s beautiful parks or greenways. This form of therapy requires an assessment, as well as the client and/or parent consenting to this type of counseling appointment.