Depression, loneliness, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions we can experience. Therapy can help recover the motivation, perspective, and joy you once had. Counseling can instill coping mechanisms to help manage ADHD symptoms and life transitions.
The transition from high school to college to a career can be overwhelming. The reality doesn't always match the expectation, and it can be challenging to accept help from parents while seeking independence. Coaching and counseling can help shift both behavior and mindset when learning to adjust to increased freedom and responsibility.
Gifted youth and adults face unique challenges that aren't always understood by the world they must navigate. Behavioral Health Coaching and therapy support the social-emotional needs to provide direction and build resilience. Learn to navigate life transitions and academic anxiety to find life balance.
Develop practical ways to deal with everyday life and work toward a specific goal. Counseling provides education, strategies, and an accountability partner to help.
Executive Functioning counseling offers a practical intervention that targets attention, memory, planning, time management, goal setting, organization, and problem-solving to help manage academic, vocational, and interpersonal life difficulties.
Even the strongest bonds can be shaken at times. Whether the focus is lying on a solid foundation or navigating a difficult transition, you can find help through cognitive behavioral therapy and parent coaching.
Please be aware that Christy Pulsford uses telehealth, including but not limited to phone, email and text. By scheduling an appointment, using the client portal, or contacting Christy Pulsford, you consent to receive information from Christy Pulsford and GrowthINsight Counseling LLC via email, phone, and text. This includes but isn't limited to email replies, appointment reminders, scheduling instructions, and delivery of forms and consents.
Appointments are NOT intended for crisis care.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and require immediate assistance, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.