Hope Counseling Services..
I am Rekha Subbanna LPC-MHSP.
With over 25 years of clinical experience as a psycho-therapist, I have successfully treated people with varied diagnosis and illnesses. I have a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and I am a license professional counselor. I have extensive experience in individual and family therapy, marital counseling and group therapy. Working in out-patient and in-patient facilities over the years has helped me gain extensive knowledge to assist others. I work with patients suffering from illnesses such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, abuse, and stress, OCD or Schizophrenia. I treat children, young adults, adults and seniors. I am especially interested in young adults who are going through stress in high school and have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Please contact me @ Cell 865-399-6205 or Office @ 865-470-4110.
I am Michael Van Camp LPC-MHSP.
Service to our great nation can involve adventure, travel to foreign lands, making new and lifelong friends, and often memories to last a lifetime. Sometimes these memories can be a terrible life changing, reoccurring nightmare. Do you or a loved one find yourself, or know of someone isolating from others, experiencing nightmares and terrible flashbacks? Often the result is the inability to successfully reintegrate into civilian or military life, unemployment, divorce, alienation from friends and family, or even homelessness. Self-medicating with pills or alcohol are just more bad decisions that can make things worse for this person.
Please know that the end result can be one of recovery, support, and a brighter future. Change requires effective therapy with a trusted and trained therapist. My name is Mike Van Camp, and I am a retired veteran. I am a licensed therapist trained in the resolution of PTSD in civilian and military applications. I am trained in EMDR, which is an evidence based proven therapy for PTSD. More than my training, it is my passion to assist those effected with PTSD, and my goal is to help these people return to be the people they were prior to answering the call to service. It would my honor to assist in this recovery; please give me a call. Let’s get started.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that treats problems and boosts happiness by modifying dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. Unlike traditional Freudian psychoanalysis, which probes childhood wounds to get at the root causes of conflict, CBT focuses on solutions, encouraging patients to challenge distorted cognitions and change destructive patterns of behavior.
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