I'm Here To Help

 

As a mental health counselor, the most rewarding thing about my work is knowing that the people I talk to every day are getting helped in a meaningful way.

 

Counseling in Yuma, Arizona

 

Here are 5 reasons most people come to see me:

 

1. Anxiety  (Signs & Symptoms)

 

2. Depression  (Signs & Symptoms)

 

3. Difficult Decisions

 

4. Relationship Help

5. Substance Abuse & Tobacco Cessation (Quit Smoking)

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If you want to know how I can help you with these issues, or if yours is not listed above, all of those details are right here on my Services Page.

Counseling in Yuma AZ for Depression, Anxiety, Difficult Decisions, Relationship Help, Substance Abuse, and Tobacco Cessation

New to Counseling?

The first thing most of us do when we have a problem is ask for advice. We’re social creatures by nature, and interacting with each other is how we learn.

But that's why our deepest, most personal problems can be the hardest ones to solve. They're the ones we're not as comfrortable sharing with our closest friends and family.

So if this is your first time seeing a therapist, here are 3 things I want you to know.

See Also: What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

A Flexible Approach

 

Like all practices founded on modern Psychology, counseling is not “one size fits all.”
None of us fit into neat little boxes, and neither do our problems.

That's why I’m flexible in my approach.

 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, like all Psychology-based Mental Health Counseling, is best used as part of a flexible approach

 

 

I'm Easy To Reach

 

Call me now or Email me to schedule your first appointment.

I’m available Monday through Friday to take your call. 

If I’m in session, I’ll get back to you in 2-3 hours or first thing the next morning.

Resources & Emergency Contacts

Cognitive Therapy of Yuma

(928) 750 1774
kevinbenbow@counselingsecure.com

202 S 1st Ave #104 Yuma, AZ 85364

Life is not always easy. I'm here to help.

Resources

If you are thinking of hurting yourself,

please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline immediately: (800) 273-8255