Felita Bush, M.Ed., NCC, LPC.

Mrs. Bush tailors therapy to meet each of her client’s unique needs and goals. To do this, she draws upon a broad range of therapeutic training (which includes CBT). Mrs. Bush can help you identify problematic patterns of thinking and behavior and find an alternative, more effective strategies for overcoming a wide range of difficulties. She can show you how to develop new insights which can strengthen your ability to tackle problems effectively, enjoy better relationships and live a more personally fulfilling life.


    • Abuse
    • Anxiety
    • Anger
    • Bereavement
    • Communication issues
    • Change and transition (Work, home, separation/divorce, retirement)
    • Crime – Victims
    • Depression
    • Panic disorders and attacks
    • Relationship problems
    • Self-development (personal and professional)
    • Sexual issues
    • Self-esteem
    • Self-harm
    • Stress
    • Trauma
    • Work and career
    • gender dysphoria
    • LGBTQ

The values that are central to my work as a therapist are my wish to honor my client’s personal truth, and a deep respect for their understanding and experience of their world and the presenting issues within it. I aim to relate to my clients with consistently high levels of personal integrity, honesty, and congruence, and openly embrace all aspects of diversity and difference that I meet in my practice. I hope to be able to help alleviate my clients’ personal distress and suffering, support them in developing a more meaningful sense of self, and increasing their personal effectiveness. My approach is designed to facilitate the spirit of inquiry and self-actualization, and support and promote my clients’ personal, social and emotional integration through the process of therapeutic change.

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About Psychotherapy

About Psychotherapy

The terms ‘psychotherapy’ and ‘counseling’ are often used interchangeably. However, I tend to think of psychotherapy as a dialogue that takes place over a longer period of time, perhaps structured in an open-ended way rather than for a fixed number of sessions. You may find that the issue which initially brought you to therapy opens up into a broader self-exploration, and that now is the time you would like to think more deeply about what is going on for you.

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
Maya Angelou

Therapy is a chance to explore, reflect and be heard

Therapy with me is a shared undertaking to make sense of your experience. It is a dialogue of depth, and I don’t deal with “tools” or “techniques”. I think of myself as a companion and facilitator in your exploration, and together…Read more


Mobile Online Counseling

Mobile Online Counseling

The online therapy is based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which is one of the most commonly used psychotherapeutic approaches for treating mental health problems. CBT helps you to identify, challenge and overcome your dysfunctional thoughts, behaviors and emotions

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Felita Bush, M.Ed., LPC.

Felita is an integrative counselor and psychotherapist supporting individuals through personal, professional and relationship difficulties, including depression, anxiety, mood disorders, sex and gender identity issues, relationship breakdown, bereavement, loss of meaning and direction in life. She draws on several therapeutic approaches, including Psychotherapy, which is particularly effective in addressing difficult life transitions that often result in identity crises, psycho-somatic symptoms or a psycho-spiritual void – viewing them as a call for personal action with a potential for growth and transformation. Felita aims to understand your needs and explore possible solutions by helping you identify thinking and behavior patterns that may hold you back, while also drawing on your strengths and encouraging your personal growth.
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“Omg 😮 I have to say I have never tried counseling before like NEVER thought about but was kinda iffy on the subject but finally going allowed to just open up in ways I haven’t done in a long time I cried I cried and I cried but it was a good...
By Cindi

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- Services and Fees
What are the office hours? Hours are by appointment only due to therapists’ unique schedule. We offer evening and online appointments to accommodate clients’ schedules.  We also have availability on Saturday & Sundays. Upon scheduling an intake...