Counseling with Care
WELCOME to Leah Bell Care Counseling LLC!
Health & Safety Precautions
March 18, 2020
Leah Bell Care Counseling, LLC
For your protection, I’ve decided to provide Telehealth Sessions, a real-time audio/video HIPAA compliant modality covered by most insurance plans. With the onset of spring and summer like weather, outdoor sessions are another option. In-person sessions are being scheduled on a pre-planned staggered manner to allow for all CDC protocols to be in place. You will need to sign a an updated consent form specific to the unique risk-factors of COVID-19.
Leah Bell, LCSW
Understand how Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN) affects us as adults in our relationships.
Co-parenting and other parenting tips.
Creating connection: How to have a better intimate relationship. Click onto the heart icon for more info.
The core of change begins with ourselves. Individual therapy is designed to use the therapeutic relationship to increase awareness which leads to healing past wounds and improving relationships and behaviors in the present.
After two decades of working with clients whose presenting problems are anxiety and depression, we better understand the underlying cause of these symptoms. Click below if you think you may have experienced emotional neglect as a child.
Relationships can be challenging. It is a commitment on many levels. Our romantic relationships can bring out the best of us or they may trigger the most unlikeable parts of ourselves. Using attachment theory and recent Gottman Level 1 Training, I will help you better understand how to most effectively communicate with your partner and make the relationship most satisfying. Click onto the heart for an assessment tool to take with your partner. If you are committed to improving the functioning of your personal relationships, I can help.
Adolescence can be an exciting time, but also one of decisions, erratic emotions and social challenges. When engaged in a trusting relationship with an experienced and warm-hearted professional, teens and their parents can learn to communicate and have an improved mutual understanding of one another.