Here are a few of the testimonials and thank you
notes Alyson has received for her work as a psychotherapist and
Alyson is a remarkable therapist and
healer. I had the great fortune of being her client, and emphatically
recommend her without reservation. She is profoundly non-judgmental,
forward thinking, compassionate, creative and more than anything,
the sort of remarkable listener that only comes along once in
a blue moon. I loved working with Alyson and always left our
sessions feeling hopeful. I greatly admire her compassion and
throughout our work together, learned volumes about self-acceptance,
life skills and relationships. Alyson helped me come to terms
with the onslaught of a rather dramatic case of Bipolar Disorder
and was most assuredly one of the key figures in my recovery
and subsequent stability. She is bright, gifted and wise beyond
her years. Those who choose to work with her in the future will
likely be very grateful that they did.
I go to therapy when I meet a crisis
that I can't handle alone. Alyson is a wonderful ally when I'm
feeling overwhelmed and/or outnumbered, like my life has converged
into a big knot that needs to be untied. Working with her is
like working with a friend who has all the tools I need to figure
out my dilemma. She has an easy, comforting style that is never
intimidating or judgmental. I always feel like she is right
with me and also feel free to ask her to clarify when I get
lost or confused in my own craziness/work/journey...
Alyson made me feel at ease and I knew
that I could trust her with issues I needed to address. She
is sympathetic yet possesses a quality that gets right to the
heart of the issue while exploring other areas I did not know
existed! She helped tremendously and I use many tools I learned
from her daily.
When my husband and I first
started seeing Alyson, we were barely talking. We were living
together, but it was like two ghosts inhabiting the same space.
After several meetings with Alyson, the lines of communication
started opening up. We went from being on the verge of divorce,
to getting back the passion in our relationship in a way neither
of us thought was possible.