at birth and cease only at death" - Albert Einstein
In-Home Therapy/Life coaching
"What Clients Say..." "...Amy came to our house for a "play date" session with our family. Our son loved playing with her and she shared some tips and ideas for ways we could help him with our concerns. While we were going through the challenging and emotional chapter of wondering what was wrong with our son, Amy was a steady rock and brought us back down to reality...Amy empowered us to feel confident our son was simply high energy and "all boy". Where the first half of the school year was filled with anxiety, notes home and a feeling of parenting failure, this second half has been replaced with joy, pride in our son and a love of learning back in his actions and words. We are grateful for Amy's help and reassurance on our parenting instinct. We would (and have!) recommended her whole-heartedly to any parent who needs an outside, "alphabet soup" perspective on their child or family." - Carrie, LNL client
Anxiety and depression weave in and out of our lives. Stress at work or school come home at the end of the day and affect the whole family. LiveNLearn can help. We provide in-home counseling services that help individuals and families with life's roller coaster. By providing counseling services in the home, clients can be more at ease discussing their struggles. We have extensive experience counseling adolescents and families that suffer from a wide range of stressors, from addiction to eating disorders to academic struggles. We also specialize in the struggles that face "the sandwich generation," adults from 40 to 59 years old that are taking care of the financial and emotional needs children and aging parents.
All in-home counseling services are conducted by Amy Slutzky. Amy is a licensed professional counselor as well as a national board certified counselor. Although we do not accept insurance, our services may be reimbursed by your Health Savings Account (HSA).
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Help for the Helpers: Understanding Self Concept to Ensure Self Care This half-day workshop targets any individual in a helping profession, teacher, advocate, caregiver, or counselor. Participants learn which factors lead to the concept of self that called them into service. Familial roles and relationships as well as friendly roles, who you are in a group of peers, are also highlighted. The path towards burnout is illustrated as a byproduct of unmanaged stress in the wake of a poor self-concept. Participants will learn “behavioral band-aids” to use to manage difficult times in order to re-engage in helping others.