Meaningful and Effective Psychotherapy

To enhance insight, meaning and self-compassion for the people of our community through psychotherapy, counseling and coaching

Meaningful and Effective Psychotherapy

To enhance insight, meaning and self-compassion for the people of our community through psychotherapy, counseling and coaching

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Pursuing therapy with the goal of enhancing your life and improving your connection to others and the world takes courage. We are here to support you in this important undertaking.

Anthony Quarles, Jr., LMHC

Anthony Quarles, Jr., LMHC

January Therapist Highlight

As your therapist, I will meet you where you are. My duty is to provide a safe, judgment-free space that allows you to feel welcome and comfortable with sharing your life experiences. It is my goal is to help you find healthy ways to cope with your stressors, and together, discover long-term solutions that will lead to a better you. I will relate to you by leveraging my experience working with various populations, including people of many different ethnic, cultural and socioeconomical backgrounds. Together let’s begin this journey of change in hopes of a brighter future.

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Book Review

Iraq Veteran Says Books Saved Him from Suicide

Veterans Living in Darkness When Iraq veteran Kevin Powers writes about living in darkness, he means it physically and emotionally. After returning from combat in 2005, he spent days and nights in his small apartment in Richmond, Virginia with the shades pulled down, with no direction, no meaning for his life. “Whether my distress was the result of brain chemistry or some malformed gene or what I saw in Iraq or entirely brought on by my own actions, it was real enough that I was willing to do almost anything to make it stop,” Powers says in an article, “What Kept Me from Killing Myself,” in The New York Times. The distressed and hopeless veteran describes his daily ritual of going to the nearby 7-Eleven to buy two cases of beer, cigarettes and a couple of hot dogs. “I had…
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