I offer psychotherapy to adults over age 21 via Zoom to Georgia and North Carolina residents. I don’t see clients in-person unless it’s in a weekend retreat.
If you are a highly sensitive person, you may want to use my life coaching and spiritual counseling services. Visit www.SensitiveIntrovert.com.
To determine if we are a good fit, please email the completed questionnaire below to Benita@EspositoInstitute.com.
To get to know me and decide if you want to work with me, consider these options:
- Click here to read “How to Get Started with Counseling FAQs.”
- Read the testimonials.
- You might want to read my best-selling book for Sensitive Introverts. It is a memoir with teaching stories and journal questions to help you gain insights into your life. Find it on Amazon: The Gifted Highly Sensitive Introvert: Wisdom for Emotional Healing and Expressing Your Radiant Authentic Self.
- Visit my other website for Highly Sensitive Introverts: www.SensitiveIntrovert.com.
- I created a guided meditation to help you reduce stress and anxiety, get insights into your most important life questions, and eliminate self-sabotaging beliefs. Click on the link to listen to a sample: “A Journey into Wholeness” guided meditation.
I process Anthem BCBS insurance for residents of GA and NC. If you have other insurance, you can use your out-of-network benefits. I will provide a receipt for you to give your insurance company so they can reimburse you. All other clients are self-pay. Ask me for the fee schedule. I cannot process Medicare or Medicaid.
For all other inquiries, please complete the Contact Form.
Sometimes emails go into my junk folder. If you do not hear from me in 48 hours Monday-Thursday, please email me: Benita@EspositoInstitute.com.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you.
Benita A. Esposito, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor in Georgia and Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina.
Mailing address: PO Box 1074, Young Harris, GA 30582
“And the day came when the risk it took to stay tight inside the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ Anais Nin