Hope.Faith.Love.

Counseling Services, LLC
 
About Me

Essence Moore Walker is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC), who has been working in the mental health field since 2011.

She received a Master of Science and Educational Specialist Degree in Counselor Education from Mississippi State University.

Prior to pursuing private practice, Essence worked in outpatient settings, providing crisis services, case management services, individual, group, and family therapy to diverse individuals with serious mental health needs.

Her interests are spirituality, depression, emotion regulation, anxiety, relationship difficulties, growth/empowerment, loss, life stressors, family conflict, groups, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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Our Mission

"There is Hope, if you have Faith, with all things centered around the Love of God." Regardless of how many times you fall short, keep believing in yourself. I want to help others who feel like they have run out of options look at their lives from a different perspective. When self-defeating thoughts encompass you, I want to assist with reconstructing those thoughts. I believe everyone was created for a purpose, despite past failures and mishaps.

We offer Individual Therapy, Couple Therapy, and Family Therapy for children, adolescents, and adults.

1.

Family

Family Therapy includes the process of identifying, enrolling, and retaining families in treatment services because caregivers play a crucial role in the physical and emotional  development of their children and loved ones. 

2.

Youth

Psychotherapy can help children improve their mental, social, and emotional well-being by helping them understand and resolve problems, modify problematic behaviors, and implement coping skills to foster positive changes.

3.

Adults

Psychotherapy can create a positive outlet, a new way of perceiving difficult situations, and help develop a realistic treatment plan. The individual can gain a better understanding of themselves, their goals, and develop skills to improve presenting issues.

4.

Community

Referrals are occasionally received from local medical clinics and state agencies to provide short and long-term intensive mental health counseling to children and adults who experience adverse circumstances. The circumstances typically causes a decline in the individual's daily functioning, academics, family relationships and social interactions.

Getting Help

1.

Support

2.

Empowerment

3.

Healing

4.

Encouragement

5.

Relief