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A little about Karen….
Dr. Karen Redd has had many life experience that, together with her education and training, make her the ideal counselor and life coach.
You deserve to feel better.
You wouldn’t be on this site reading this if everything was perfect in your life. If you feel something’s wrong, it’s probably because something is wrong. But feeling that something is wrong is a long, long way from knowing what’s wrong and an even longer way from fixing it.
I can help.
I’m Dr. Karen Redd, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, with a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership.
I specialize in relationships. I love to help individuals and families work through their challenges. I also specialize in helping teenagers and their parents navigate adolescence. (It’s a difficult time of life even in the best of times, and these are not the best of times!)
We all feel a little off every now and then, but if you’ve been feeling that counseling might be helpful, you’ve come to the right place. Asking for help is the first step to a better you. Asking for help isn’t a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of strength.
I post helpful information to the blog often, so please subscribe to that, but more importantly, contact me today for an appointment. I can help you. Please take that first step and reach out to me.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by your life challenges and your close relationships, counseling/coaching is a great way to process, heal and move forward. You are meant to thrive in the relationships that matter most. I believe that counseling can bring clarity to a life hijacked by stress, anxiety, trauma, and dysfunction. My diverse life and professional experiences have given valuable wisdom and insight into challenges that changes, transitions and relationships can bring. Combining a caring, Christ-centered approach with professional training and tools, I empower others to heal, manage stress and anxiety, and thrive!
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