Mental Health Therapy and Addiction Counseling In Person or Virtual Telehealth. Located in Doylestown, PA.
As we journey through life, we encounter various challenges that shape and mold us. Change is an inevitable part of this journey, and it often stirs up powerful emotions and self-reflection. If you're searching for a safe space to pause, process, and find solace, you've come to the right place. Are you ready to embark on a new path for yourself? Perhaps there's an inner voice that fills you with guilt, shame, or worthlessness when you try. If so, know that you're not alone; I can offer you compassion, coping skills, and support.
Wherever you are in your personal journey, I'll meet you there with curiosity and a collaborative spirit. Together, we'll delve into both your inner world and the world around you. I believe in creating a space that is both courageous and secure, where you can freely express yourself. Rest assured that I work from a trauma-informed perspective, emphasizing nonjudgment, authenticity, transparency, and compassion. I don't adhere to a rigid treatment approach, as I see myself first and foremost as a fellow human being. Instead, we'll leverage your strengths to develop a personalized treatment plan that suits your unique needs.
Whether you prefer in-person sessions or the convenience of telehealth, I'm here to accommodate your preferences. All clients are welcome, regardless of their intersecting identities. As a counselor, I proudly affirm and support individuals who identify as neurodivergent, LGBTQIA2S+, and beyond.
My areas of expertise include guiding clients through experiences of grief, life transitions, and trauma. In addition to my counseling qualifications, I'm also a registered yoga teacher and am currently training to become a death doula. I firmly believe in the power of holistic methods to heal and process the emotions and traumas that reside within our bodies. I work with clients aged 12 and up. I pull from various treatment modalities, including somatic experiencing, Internal Family Systems and art therapy.
When working with clients who are experiencing issues related to death, I work to help clients embrace the coexistence of two seemingly opposing truths. Life and death, forever intertwined, are two forces that exist in harmony. The delicate balance between life and death reminds us of the impermanence of our existence and the fragility of every moment. It is through this understanding that we can fully appreciate the value and meaning that each experience holds, cherishing them with a sense of urgency and gratitude.
The human experience is filled with a profound contrast; in bereavement, there is a distinct separation between life before and life after. It's not only about the act of passing away and facing mortality, but also the deep pain of losing a loved one, a pain that continues long after they have left this world. It's the emotional struggle that accompanies any change or transition that weighs heavily on us as we say goodbye. These new and heartbreaking realities we encounter are often met with disbelief and incomprehension in a world that tends to overlook grief.
Amidst this lonely landscape, we yearn for solace—a place where the sorrows and depths of bereavement are recognized as sacred and deserving of acknowledgement. Despite grief being a constant companion, it seems that few are courageous enough to ask about our loved ones and their passing or to truly understand the immense pain within our hearts. We crave understanding the most in these spaces because it helps us navigate through our grief and find solace.
Roni is passionate about working with individuals who have experienced trauma, grief and loss. Roni is also skilled in working with clients who have experienced depression, anxiety or mood disorders.
Roni has over 5 years experience working in the mental health field. Roni has worked as a direct support professional, a job coach, a community support aide, a case coordinator and counselor. Roni is part of the LGBTQIA2S+ community and is neurodivergent, and as such has unique insight into how to support clients who share these lived experiences.
Roni is a pre-licensed professional counselor under the supervision of Melissa Moreno, who is the owner of Insight Guidance. Roni is also a registered yoga teacher and currently teaches yoga. Roni received their Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, with a focus on social justice and advocacy, from Delaware Valley University. Roni received their Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Kings College.
Roni's services are available virtually, or in person. Their office is located in Doylestown, PA.
Roni Evans, MA, RYT