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Ken fields

“Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind”

-Rudyard Kipling

My name is Ken Fields. I am a nationally certified, state licensed mental health counselor. I am available online to provide you with quality, professional online counseling. Whatever problems and troubles you are faced with, I can offer you positive, non-judgmental support and effective therapeutic intervention.

Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety, traumatic stress, anger, grief, procrastination, relationship problems or work related/career issues…whatever situation you perceive to be troubling or a problem, it can be discussed in  privacy and confidentiality  through basic email counseling, live chat or telephone and even video webcam counseling.

The answers, solutions, strategies and understandings  we arrive at may be something so basic, you simply overlooked it; or, it may be something we discover, or even create, in our therapeutic dialogue. Or, you may simply need to vent: to talk it out with a professional; to be clearly heard by someone who actively listens…and cares; to be supported, and encouraged, in your challenges. You may need some thoughtful, perceptive feedback or some practical and insightful advice. Perhaps you have some concerns about your marriage or questions about parenting, or maybe you want to learn some effective communication and negotiation skills, or improve your self esteem and self motivation. You may be in a period of transition and want to explore your options, or maybe you are having difficulty making a decision about something.  There are many valid reasons to reach out for professional assistance. As a well informed and experienced counseling psychologist, I have the background to help you resolve your conflicts and problems,  meet your needs, move towards your goals and engage in the process of your personal development.


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“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark;

the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” – Plato


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