Counseling for Counselors
Who helps the helpers? Counselors need therapists too—after all, everyone has parts of them that are in need of more growth and healing. I have my own counselor who helps me in the places where I get stuck, and I am always working at my own growth journey.
If you are a fellow mental health professional (e.g., counselor, marriage & family therapist, social worker, psychologist, psychiatrist, etc.) please know that it is more than just okay to reach out for help—it is the healthy, caring and ethical choice. Just like how airlines instruct parents to put on their own oxygen mask first (and then attend to their children), it is important for your own sake, as well as for the sake of those whom you help, that you give attention to your own well-being.
Over the years I have counseled a number of mental health workers. I would love the opportunity to walk with you too and help you heal and grow as a person and as a clinician. I invite you to learn more about me and my counseling approach. And when you are ready, check my Schedule and request a half-price trial session.
Other Pages in this Section
- Counseling Services & Approach: Learn about my counseling approach and how I help others make lasting changes.
- Counseling Topics: Explore a list of common counseling topics.
- Distance Counseling: Learn how technology facilitates the counseling experience even if you are not able to travel to my office.
- Teaching & Public Speaking: Learn about how I help others understand and engage complex and important life topics.
- Associates of Transitions: Meet my colleagues who also provide services here in the Transitions office.
Quotes About Sean: “Sean’s focus on personality types helps his clients to make meaning of a wide variety of individual and relational issues, and it adds a dimension to his work that is unique to the Shenandoah Valley.”