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Are you in search of a therapist that can work with the flexibility your life requires in the moment? Looking for someone you can fall apart with and catch your breath in the midst of these challenging times?

It's crazy how things can change so quickly, in a moments time what we knew to be normal is no longer.  It highlights the fragility of life and the world we live in.  Life is big right now and it surely isn't feeling like that safe bubble we were living in at the beginning of the year. The hard part now is letting go and creating this new normal that we are all being pulled into and that's where Traveling Light Therapist's can help.  We want to help you journey to this new normal by helping you: 

  • sit in your emotions for a second and fall part as you momentarily lean into all the feelings you are feeling regarding everything and anything

  • navigate what at times can feel like an out of control roller coaster of emotions, 

  • find ways to respond, instead of react to emotions and situations

  • discover tools on how to reframe your life

  • gain control over your life and emotions

  • create a new normal 

  • think through and problem solve your best options

  • create change more easily

  • explore accommodations that can improve your life

  • formulate more realistic expectations of yourself, your circumstances and the world around you in order to relieve stress, depression, anxiety and overwhelm

  • get to know your own needs and prioritize them

  • overcome challenges through greater awareness


We want to help you with this new normal within the safe space we create for you to fall part, off load and just talk.  Creating this new normal will result in a calmness in your anxiety regarding all the things you are freakin out about that are not in your control.  


We are here to be the calm in your storm.  To offer support, help and comfort to this new uninvited normal that has either turned your life upside down, created additional stress, or completely taken you out.    

You don't have to go it alone.  We are here to help!!  What are you waiting for?

Telehealth Instructions

Install and use a telehealth app


Traveling Light Counseling uses the Doxy, Simple Practice and Zoom applications to facilitate telehealth appointments. They are all secure, free, and HIPAA compliant platform. Patients can connect using a smartphone, tablet or laptop computer that has a microphone, speaker, and camera. A high-speed internet connection is also required.

To load your appointment on locate the confirmation secure message within your client portal. A link message will connect you to your video appointment. Even if you have an existing zoom account, your provider must host the meeting to ensure HIPAA compliance. Text/Secure Message/Call us if you did not receive a link, before your appointment.



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Questions about Tele-Health

Questions about Tele-Health

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  • What type of license do you have?
    Not every counselor is trained the same and it's important to clarify in the beginning what you are looking for. Are you looking for talk therapy, testing or medication? Here are some common definitions that you will hear. Licensed Psychologist (PhD, PsyD)has training in psychology. They often provide testing. Psychiatrists are trained in the medical, psychological, and social components of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders and utilize a broad range of treatment modalities, including diagnostic tests, prescribing medications, psychotherapy, and helping patients and their families cope with stress and crises. They often provide medication. Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) A psychotherapist (therapist, for short) is a person who has been professionally trained to help people deal with stress or other problems through the means of talk therapy, psychotherapy. Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and school psychologists are the titles of some of the licensed professionals who work as therapists.
  • What type of training and expertise do you have?
    Depending on the counselor their focus in therapy can be very different. You want to make sure that they have experience working with your presenting concerns.
  • What can I expect with coming to see you?
    This will give you an idea of what to expect. Some counselors have a clear plan, some make Treatment Plans to help measure goals, while others don’t. Their approach should be similar to what you are looking for.
  • What theoretical approach do you take?
    When you ask this question part of it is the actual theoretical approach. But the biggest part is can they brake down to you what they do in every day language. Let's say they say they do cognitive-behavioral therapy, that probably doesn’t mean much to you, so hopefully a counselor will explain that in everyday language and how it would play out in your particular situation.
  • How many sessions do most clients attend?
    Counselors usually have an idea of how long clients attend therapy with them. Depending on what you are looking for, this can be an important question to ask and give you details on the personalization of the treatment process.
  • How is scheduling done and what are the hours?
    Therapist use different means of scheduling and you want to make sure you find one that's going to work with your lifestyle. Ease of online or paper and pencil? Hours are also very important as it will effect your your day to day activities, so you will need to find one that fits your schedule as therapy shouldn't bring more stress to your life's schedule.
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