Our Services

PTSD, Anxiety, Grief Therapy
Marriage & Family Counseling

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Trauma Therapy

Relief from PTSD, Severe Anxiety, Grief, and Depression using Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), EFT/Tapping, Mind-Body Techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Marriage and Family Therapy

Effective Marriage and Couples Counseling using The Gottman Method; Premarital Counseling using Prepare Enrich Program; Family and Children Therapy

Wellness Tools

Mindfulness, Yoga Nidra/Guided Meditation, Tapping, Body-based techniques to calm the mind including Mudra hand gestures and breathing practices.

“Loreen helped me work through anxiety and panic attacks I was having. We did ART and she also taught me some mind-body techniques. I feel better able to manage stressors and I’m actually enjoying my life more these days.” – A.L.

“I finally feel like I have my life back. Years of sexual and physical abuse left me with severe PTSD, unable to enjoy visiting my grandchildren; I mostly stayed isolated at home. After doing ART with Loreen, the severe debilitating symptoms resolved. Since then, I have been using other mindfulness tools I learned with Loreen, and have more confidence about being able to tolerate distress better. I get out of my house now and spend quality time with family.” – C.F.

“I did six deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. I was angry, depressed, and isolated when I returned home. I was feeling hopeless after several failed attempts at therapy, then I discovered ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) with Loreen. The hold that the memories had on me finally got resolved. I highly recommend ART!” – R.S.

From the blog….

Emma Abel joins Wesley Chapel Counseling

I'm very excited to introduce therapist Emma Abel who is joining the team at Wesley Chapel Counseling. She is a graduate of The University of Florida, with both her Master of Education and Specialist of Education degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy. She has taken...

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What Anxiety? Absolutely Powerful Apps to Calm Your Brain

Mindfulness meditation has really gone mainstream in recent years – and that’s a great thing. No longer do most people view meditating as a “woo woo” activity, so more folks are willing to give it a try to see if it works for them. With the fast paced and...

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