Talk Therapy in Spartanburg, SC
Talk therapy can be effective in treating a wide range of psychological conditions, and it is often paired with medication as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. For talk therapy to be effective, the relationship between patient and therapist must be one of trust and respect. That’s why it’s essential to choose the right professional to work with.
Offering Hope and Help
When we work together, I will work hard. I work hard to support your healing and ongoing mental health through effective talk therapy. The goal of talk therapy is to help you identify and address issues that are standing in your way and help you develop strategies for leading a happier life. I am passionate about talk therapy, and sessions are conducted in a warm, inviting environment.
Is talk therapy right for you? Let me help you decide by setting up a consultation.
Shannon quickly developed a rapport with our child and family. We enjoy working with her and would reccomend her as a caring, thoughtful and engaging therapist. Highly reccommended.
Highly, highly recommend
Shannon Rogers is a wonderful therapist. Warm and easy to talk to, Shannon immediately made my child feel safe and comfortable. She has a gift for being able to simultaneously validate her client’s feelings while also helping them to see pathways to positive change. I appreciated that Shannon was interested in seeing my child “graduate” from her practice rather than remain a client indefinitely. We have “graduated” from our regular visits, but I wouldn’t hesitate to go back if the need arose, either for myself or one of my children.
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Free Phone assessment
Shannon Rogers, LISW-CP
324 East Saint John Street Suite F
Spartanburg, SC 29302
Offer Ends October 14, 2018
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- 1994 BSc in Psychology from Wofford College, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa
- 1997 Master of Social Work from University of Georgia
- Licensed Independent Social Worker in Clinical Practice
- Psychology Today