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Helping Individuals and Couples create more ease and well-being.

Welcome!

​Do you want to approach your life differently? Are you tired of repeating patterns that don't serve you well? Are your relationships in disrepair?
Is there a disconnect in how you live and how you want to live?  Are you tired of feeling down on yourself?

Are you experiencing...

Anxiety / Stress
Depression
Insecurity
Grief / Loss
Difficulty in your Relationships
Challenges in Recovery after a Year of Being Sober



 In a collaborative and nurturing atmosphere we will use   mindfulness and acceptance based psychotherapy,  non-violent communication, and self compassion practices to explore paths to move you closer to the authentic, balanced, healthy life you envision. 

It is a courageous leap of faith to seek therapy.
​The process of sharing intimately with another can feel awkward and scary at times. The pay offs  for growing and healing mean embracing your own authenticity and living life fully with more ease.

I am glad you are here!


Upcoming Events:  

Mindful Self Compassion Official Course

Wednesdays, March 7-April 25 + a half day retreat TBA
Download MSC course description for more details or contact, Deborah Burns  828-713-1587 

Mindful Self Compassion Course

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Therapy



Working with individuals and couples to encourage authentic, empowered and connected lives.

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Mindful Self-Compassion Class



8 Weeks of deepening self compassion with Deborah A Burns MS, LPC
Program activities include meditation, short talks, experiential exercises, group discussion, and home practices. The goal is for participants to directly experience self-compassion and learn practices that evoke self-compassion in daily life.

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Getting Started



Call for a Free 10-15 minute consultation
or simply ​ Schedule an appointment
​ #828-713-1587

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Start your new path in life and be the change today!

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