In today’s fast-paced and often overwhelming world, stress, depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem have become far too familiar issues. Finding a good therapist to share these burdens with can make all the difference in working toward progress towards resolution; someone to listen without judgment and provide honest advice.
Completing this search for a helping ear is an essential step on your healing journey. It could involve opening up about complex topics or even sharing things you’ve never revealed before – so finding the right person who makes you feel safe & heard should be at the forefront of importance.
So, if you are looking for a counselor who will provide support to enhance your mental health and well-being, Alyssa Webb-McCune is a perfect choice; she works with clients so they can feel secure, comfortable, and respected. Every person deserves an experienced professional like her.
Alyssa Webb-McCune is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the owner of Natural Balance Counseling, a private practice in Texas. She assists adults in regaining their peace of mind and restoring balance to their lives, whether by managing stress levels or tackling issues related to grief/loss, trauma, depression, relationships, and anxiety.
She is passionate about helping individuals from all walks of life work through their mental health issues. With years of experience and dedication to her craft, Alyssa provides compassionate care for her clients to help them find balance and peace.
Life is unpredictable, and she knows it can sometimes feel too much to handle. With her unwavering belief in you, she wants to ensure that you have the help and support required for success, so there’s no need to feel alone during tough times. As a counselor, her role is to listen and provide practical skills applicable to your everyday life; when you leave her office after each session, there will be new understanding and lasting insight gained.
She is a dedicated learner of mental health, constantly striving to provide the best quality care. Graduating from Sam Houston State University in 2017 with her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and currently studying for her Doctorate focusing on Sex & Sexuality from the Houston Graduate School of Theology- she remains committed to staying up-to-date with current research and trends within the field.
With a passion for listening to people’s stories and an interest in psychology, pursuing therapy was the perfect fit. After evaluating her strengths, struggles, goals, and passions with her therapist during a period of self-reflection years later – it became clear that obtaining a graduate degree specializing in relationships and sex would offer immense personal fulfillment while allowing her to help others through their own unique experiences.
Through her influential work in helping people confront and process their sexual blocks, she enables them to open up emotionally – connecting the dots between physical and mental health. As a society, we often shy away from discussing sex openly or being vulnerable when talking about it. However, clients are guided through this tricky terrain with her support while still feeling safe, seen, and heard.
Through her journey, she has learned valuable skills for working with people in different capacities. Started as a musician playing piano and practicing voice, then delved into community outreach work to eventually arrive at the point of Human Services – each step left an indelible impression on who she is today! Her insights gleaned from these varied experiences are invaluable when interacting with others and understanding them better.
Her approach to therapy is different in that it emphasizes personal strengths and individualism. She wants clients to take responsibility for their role in the current situation and recognize their ability to effect positive change – even if they have experienced abuse, which never reflects on them or justifies mistreatment.
She views power and strength as crucial components to inspiring self-assurance, encouraging her clients to rely on themselves independently while still appreciating the support of a partner. This approach is carried over into couples counseling for both parties to grow together without becoming overly dependent on one another.
She believes that while medical problems can undoubtedly strain a relationship, they don’t have to impede fostering meaningful connections. Her advice? Be curious and creative – work on the relationship before tackling physical issues head-on. She’s seen her clients use these strategies successfully in connecting with their partners; pushing boundaries could open up opportunities for lasting intimacy despite any barriers encountered along the way.
Alyssa Webb-McCune is an experienced Licensed Professional Counselor who has dedicated herself to helping adults manage mental health issues through Solution and Strength Focused therapy techniques. She offers individualized one-on-one counseling sessions and specialized online courses that allow participants to learn more about managing stress levels and increasing self-esteem from any location around the world.
If you’d like more information about Alyssa’s services or online classes, please visit her professional services page at https://www.naturalbalancecounseling.com/ or her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Naturalbalancecounseling/ today!