I have two areas of counseling services: a private practice for individuals, couples, and families and a group practice. My private practice is for those grieving individuals and/or families who Prefer to meet with me by themselves, usually because of private matters they want to work on. My group practice is for those who want to meet others who have had similar experiences so they can give support and receive support from them.
The majority of my counseling is private, 60 or 90-minute sessions with individuals, couples, or families conducted in my office. My normal office hours in Austin are Tuesday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Mondays are dedicated to working with those who have been impacted by ALS - patients, caregivers, and bereaved loved ones. In conjunction with the ALS Association Texas Chapter, I conduct sessions at the Association offices in San Antonio from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
"Death destroys a man, the idea of Death saves him."
Responding to the Business Impacts of Leadership Loss
Most often, the attention regarding loss is focused on the individuals who are directly affected and his/her intimate relationships such as friends and family. This attention is certainly reasonable and justified. However, just like the old analogy of a pebble being dropped into a pond, the ripples created by the death of a person go far and wide. One place those ripples reach can be at the deceased's workplace. This section of the website reviews the various impacts on and possible responses by organizations that have had a key employee, or a key employee’s family member, suddenly die.