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Murray Dabby

Dabby specializes in couple’s and individual therapy. He places a strong emphasis on practicality and being to-the-point in his sessions, and boasts that his clients receive the help they desire quickly.

He values humor, engagement, personal growth, and helping others to face their problems and become “unstuck” in life. He has been in the practice in excess of thirty years since he graduated from Colombia University in 1981.

Sessions with Dabby cost, on average, $100 – $130, though the fees are sliding scale. He accepts payments from insurance, as well as other common methods, including American Express, cash, check, Discover, Mastercard, and Visa. He accepts out-of-network insurance plans.

Janice Stevens

Stevens deals with a wide range of problems and issues in relationships, including a lack of trust, the establishment of boundaries, and the maintenance of hope in self-improvement.

She places great stock in the idea of hope, and believes that the current struggles of any relationship can be remedied with her insightful, knowledgeable counseling. More specifically, she offers help to the spouses of sex addicts, and conducts groups that provide necessary tools to overcome emotional trauma.

She offers free phone consultations at the number listed above. Stevens has been in practice for ten years since she graduated from Argosy University in 2002.

Sessions with Stevens cost $80 – $140 on a sliding scale. She accepts all standard methods of payment, including out-of-network insurance, American Express, cash, check, Discover, Mastercard, and Visa.

W. Myles Hassler

Hassler, who emphatically welcomes those new to counseling, has experience in offering aid to those in “traditional and non-traditional relationships.” He helps couples and individuals who are troubled with an array of difficulties, including anxiety, grief, sexuality, substance abuse, and transitional issues.

He places great emphasis on working collaboratively with his clients; he seeks to understand the obstacles in place within relationships so that they may be overcome. Hassler prides himself on his compassion, sensitivity, and presentness. He has been in practice for 25 years since he graduated from Georgia State University in 1987.

Sessions with Hassler cost an average of $110, but are placed on a sliding scale. He accepts a very wide range of payment options, including insurance (APS Healthcare, MIdwest EAP Solutions, Network Advantage, workplace options, out-of-network), American Express, cash, check, Discover, Health Savings Account, Mastercard, PayPal, and Visa.

Goergia English-Spanish Counseling LLC

An effective provider for those seeking a bilingual and “bicultural” experience, Hiscox is certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors and is EMDR Level II Trained.

She has worked in the United States for two decades, and, prior, in Canada and Colombia. She possesses special training in the areas of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and stress, among others.

She mainly focuses on developing self-awareness and self-acceptance, as well as commitment to what matters in life. She has been in practice, in total, for over 30 years since graduating from Javeriana University and Webster University.

A session with Hiscox costs an average of $110 – $120, though is on a sliding scale. She accepts a multitude of insurance plans: AMERIGROUP, BlueCross and BlueShield, Cigna, Medicaid, Multiplan, ValueOptions, and WellCare.