Ellen Garbuny
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW Verified
Butler, PA 16001
Offers online therapy
Are anxiety, panic, chronic worry or self-doubt affecting you at home, work, or in your relationships? Or perhaps you're in a season of grief, loss or depression. Parent-child conflicts, being a new mom or dad, and caregiver fatigue, can leave you doubting yourself, feeling overwhelmed, out of control, angry and burned out. If any of these issues resonate with you, know that you are NOT alone! And, I think I can help. For 30 years, I've helped people just like you navigate these rough waters and come through in a much better place.
(724) 954-3689
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Butler, PA 16001
Offers online therapy
Are anxiety, panic, chronic worry or self-doubt affecting you at home, work, or in your relationships? Or perhaps you're in a season of grief, loss or depression. Parent-child conflicts, being a new mom or dad, and caregiver fatigue, can leave you doubting yourself, feeling overwhelmed, out of control, angry and burned out. If any of these issues resonate with you, know that you are NOT alone! And, I think I can help. For 30 years, I've helped people just like you navigate these rough waters and come through in a much better place.

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