Leah Benson is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor committed to providing
compassionate, effective psychotherapy to an exclusive group of highly motivated of people.
Great relationships and health are built on a foundation of balance. In Emotional Utopia, Leah Benson shows us that by engaging both our bodies and minds through her practical method, we can gain that balance and achieve lasting happiness and emotional satisfaction.``
-John Gray, PhD, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
No matter what emotional success means to you – feeling happier more often, gaining greater peace of mind, having better relationships, saving your marriage, getting control of your emotions, overcoming an obstacle, or improving your self-confidence – you’ve come to the right place. Leah Benson will take you through her innovative, effective, and proven method to the results you’re looking for.
Simply. It is a process in which you work with a trained professional to bring about positive change by alleviating negative symptoms, including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, sexual problems, anger, substance abuse, and dissatisfaction with life or relationships. Based on who you are and what will work best in your case, the therapist will customize a plan that will help you reach your goals. Read More.
In group therapy, you learn that you are not alone in experiencing problems with life. You can experiment relating to people differently in a controlled environment. A group leader guides and protects the group. Group therapy also allows you to learn from the experiences of others with similar issues. This allows you to understand more deeply how other people view and interact with the world.
Children communicate their thoughts and feelings through play. A trained therapist is able to understand a child’s inner world, feelings, and frustrations by observing and participating in the child’s play. Much of the work of therapy occurs through fantasy play, however, the results are very real and transfer directly to the child’s life. Read More.
Yes. Therapy will work for you if you commit to the process and put your “all” into it. The experience is different for everyone, as is the outcome. But ultimately, you will meet your goals if you stick to the plan. Read More.
I do not take insurance, but will provide you with receipts that you can submit for reimbursement. Each insurance company and plan is different, so check with your provider to determine if and to what extent “out of plan providers” are covered by your insurer.