Dianne Mallory, MC, LMHC
|Professions: Mental Health Counseling, Psychotherapy|
|License Status: I'm a licensed professional.|
|Primary Credential: LMHC|
Billing and Insurance
I am an in-network provider but I don't wish to specify which ones
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Are you feeling stuck? Perhaps you've tried your best but can't resolve what you're struggling with. I'll help you untangle the "stuff"and help you figure out how you got here and where you want to go. As we develop our relationship I'll help you figure out how to approach problems, people, family or a significant other differently that may lead to better outcomes. I believe it takes courage to ask for help.
I've heard some clients say "I've always been able to handle problems on my own but this one has gotten me baffled". Sometimes it's that we can't see clearly because we're too close to the problem(s). I will strive to help you find what you're striving to accomplish or overcome and support you in the process.
I am described by clients as gentle, kind and caring, non-judgmental and insightful. My clients have appreciated that I use different modalities of therapy depending on the situation. I like to tailor therapy to fit each individual, no cookie-cutter therapy here.
Please see my website for more in depth information about my practices
Email or Call Dianne Mallory, MC, LMHC at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 01509
More Info About My Practice
I am a preferred provider on several insurances such as Aetna, First Choice and some Group Health plans. Be sure you check with your HR dept.to see if you have an EAP benefit or if you have a flexible spending plan or HSA you may use that to pay for counseling.
*I offer a free half hour session if you would like.* If you insurance we can discuss a private payment arrangement that will work for you.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
I feel therapy works for several reasons; you will have the experience of unconditional, supportive, in a non-judgmental environment and have an objective witness to your difficulties or pain.
I find that if a person commits to themselves to stick with it, you will experience resolution, and see the results the new in-sight, and skills you've learned by putting them into action by or making new decisions or choices. That may mean letting go what you feel needs to be let go of.
My clients share that they have gained new perspectives or are finally able to see their blind spots and have developed new skills they've learned and draw upon them when have problems.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Going to talk to a stranger about your personal problems can be difficult. Some people think that a therapist is going to tell them what do, or what's wrong with them or blame them for the problems they've gotten into. While you may feel embarrassed or shame I will never make judgments. You can share as you're trust develops and then only what you decide to share and only when and if you're ready.
Services I Provide
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
Ages I Work With
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