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An earnest man with high integrity.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the kind words. It means a lot to have a fellow therapist think so much of me.
Eddie has a caring way of assisting you in finding your own truth and then using it. We are all in relationship, whether it be with ourselves or with others, and learning ways to be more effective relationships is one of the areas that Eddie is excellent in.
Eddie Reece: "Finding your own truth." This is so important. My approach to therapy is "whatever works." Everyone who comes to me, even if it's for a problem I'm seen many times, requires an approach that will work for them. That's why I don't use just one way of helping people.
Dedicated and passionate about making a different.
Eddie Reece: Two important words here. Dedicated. I do all I can to live my life in a way that will help my clients achieve the kind of life they want. I walk my talk so I can relate to their struggles. I'm not an expert as much as I am a fellow traveler. In everything I do, I explore the underlying systems that create change. When I discover something that works, I bring into my consulting room. Passionate. Like anyone who has found keys to living well, I want to share them. Inspiring others inspires me. I can't imagine a better way for me to make a living. Thanks for noticing Gmacke.
Eddie has inspired me to live more and love more, as well as helping me to develop the tools needed to do so. Eddie is my regimen for maintaining my emotional health.
Eddie Reece: How wonderful to know I'm inspiring! Thank you. Our emotional health is the key to not only physical health, but the quality of our lives. If you're not fully satisfied with your life, take a look a how your emotional life is going. I truly believe if you improve your emotional life, the rest takes care of itself.
Sometimes Eddie pisses me off. Why? Because he tells me what I need to hear, not what I wanted to hear. His honesty and genuine approach is pushing me to find out more about who I am and to try to improve as a person and get "better." In fact, Eddie is not even on my insurance plan, but I pay for his service out-of-pocket instead of going to someone else who I know won't be right for me. I highly recommend Eddie - as a person and as a therapist.
Eddie Reece: Here's that "what you need to hear" thing again! I sure appreciate this review. It speaks to my efforts to be honest and genuine as I sit with clients. It's often rare for someone to tell us what they really think and feel on a consistent basis. It does us a world of good compared to receiving insincere feedback. I believe being honest with my clients no matter what builds a foundation for trust.
Eddie is so kind and gentle and listens to things I say and things I do not say. He helps me see the gray areas instead of the black and white. At one time I wanted Eddie to save me but he did something even better, which was to teach to me how to save myself. He is the best and as an added bonus he is really funny too!
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much! It means a lot for a client to recommend me. I appreciate it. From your headline, you are out of this world. 🙂
I am currently completing my Master's in Counseling. Eddie Reece is a former professor of mine. His insight, and integrity gave life to the theories we studied. He taught us that counseling does not involve giving clients academia. It is the giving of yourself. My perception has been altered since Eddie's class. I'm much more in touch with my true self.
Eddie Reece: I sure miss teaching in a classroom. Thanks for your thoughtful words. The "giving of yourself" comment means a lot to me. What clients really pay me for is to be there for them. As in the classroom, I give my all to help bring about change. Helping someone in the way I do isn't about technique, it's about offering something that sadly is rare in this world - someone who really listens and cares in a way that helps. Good therapy, like good teaching is just that. "No one cares how much you know until they know how much you care."
Eddie has made a world of difference in the way I conduct all aspects of my world, my relationships, my business and most importantly, my relationship to myself. His guidance has proved to be absolutely life changing, assisting both my husband and myself in working toward the life goals that are important to us. God bless you Eddie Reece!!!!
Eddie Reece: This review reminds me of Fritz Perls' saying, "How you do anything is how you do everything." One of the unknown benefits of therapy is improvement in one area of your life, improves other areas. This is true because the patterns we live by are applied to everything we do. The same patterns give us the same results. When you change those patterns in one area, you get different results in other areas as well. So the good news is if you want to change a lot of areas of your life, you only need to change one pattern! The Talmud says, "We do not see the world as it is, we see it as we are."Change yourself and the world changes.
Eddie's seminars on communication in the work place have been very beneficial to our Manager and Employees!
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for the kind review of my business consulting. I have quite a passion for helping business grow by improving the relationships that are the building blocks for success. How professional does that sound huh? 🙂 Workplaces are mostly relationships and if the folks get along, the business will run smoothly. I hope I get the chance to help you with your work place!
Eddie is a dedicated professional and a compassionate helper. He works extremely well with clients who are truly interested in moving toward their "best selves."
Eddie Reece: Allow me to explain a bit about what purplehorse means by "best selves." In my approach, I see all of us as having different parts. When we struggle, it's a struggle between or among parts. If you resolve that struggle, you live the peaceful life you want. So in essence, I help not only people get along, but the parts inside us to get along. Listen to the "committee meeting" in your head and you'll hear the conflict inside you. Therapy can help quiet those voices by showing them how to work together and achieve what all of you want, a satisfying life.
Eddie is a therapist who possesses a unique balance of compassion, insight, humor, and a shoot-straight style. He helps one get to the heart of the matter and in the process inspires, encourages, and draws out untapped potential.
Eddie Reece: Thanks Faithia for mentioning the humor! Therapy can be difficult at times, but it can also be fun. I like the drawing out the untapped potential comment. All of us believe we can live better than we do and it's true. We just need a little help and encouragement along the way. It's heartwarming for me to have the chance to provide that for others.
I had the pleasure of taking a class on Family Systems. It was a great and rewarding experience. Mr. Reece challenged me in various ways and I will take what I learned with me throughout my career.
Eddie Reece: Teaching graduate school was such a thrill for me. What fun to read a text book and know what was going to be on the test! I hoped to be one of those professors who students remember forever. Thanks for the review.
Eddie has a calm, Zen-like approach that works very subtly. He's always professional and gets to the heart of matters. Highly recommended as someone you can trust.
Eddie Reece: "Getting to the heart of matters," is quite a compliment. I pride myself on making therapy as simple and straightforward as possible. Real change takes more than superficial answers. After doing this work, for so many years, I've developed easy to understand concepts to explain what's going on and change takes place.
I never imagined being so happy with life. This man is the real deal. Eddie has been helping me for almost 3 years and he continues to WOW me with enlightenment. I highly recommend him.
Eddie Reece: It is so possible to be happy with your life. I'm glad you took the time to come see me and pleased our time together was worthwhile. When it comes to the satisfaction of your life, I believe there is always hope.
Eddie has really helped me in positively handling pressure and situations with my marriage and family. Eddie does not tell you what you want to hear but what you NEED to hear. I think that EVERYONE should have Eddie in their lives because he is a miracle worker. Thank you Eddie for all that you do.
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for the kind words. The benefits of therapy often seem like miracles since quite often what's needed is some information that is fairly basic to therapists. I sometimes view therapy as relationship school, since the ins and outs of how to achieve satisfying relationships aren't taught in school. What could be more basic than learning how to get along? Educated consumer brings up a good point about therapy helping you hear what you need to hear, instead of what you want to hear. Many clients begin therapy hoping to hear that very little change needs to take place or that they're right and others are wrong. I think it's important to have an honest assessment of who you are and what you're doing so the changes you make can truly help and bring about lasting results.
Eddie Reece has changed my life. He is an amazing individual who lives the life that he wishes for all of us. I didn't always understand the process of therapy but after 8 years with Eddie, I think I get it. My goal with therapy was to lead a more joyful life and that has certainly been my result. Even though I feel great joy and appreciation in my life, I continue to see Eddie because something always comes up. I realize that working on myself is a lifelong process and I don't ever want to stop becoming a better human being. Therapy with Eddie Reece is the best decision I ever made and I have recommended him to several people over the years. Don't fall asleep and miss your life. Call Eddie and start living.
Eddie Reece: What a kind and courageous review! Here is an example of someone who overcame the stigma of going to therapy and like some clients, once the presenting problem is taken care of, decides to use therapy not as a fix to a problem, but as a way to explore living life to it's fullest. If going to therapy was like dance lessons, there are some students who just want to get through a recital and others who want to become ballroom champions. How would you like to use therapy?
I attended a financial seminar with Eddie recently and found it very useful. Conducted with a group of 6-8, it mixed practical with more in depth analysis. What I like about Eddie is that he always challenges you to do things proactively with his therapy. He doesn't let you use the therapy as a crutch, but definitely promotes that you get what you put into it. Very affordable seminar, and great for anyone to understand money issues, whether yours are big or small.
Eddie Reece: Thank you blinker for taking another chance. It's important to find a good match when looking for the best therapist for you. In the opening session I pay particular attention to that. My desire is to have a new client end up with the best therapist for them even if it's not me! There are plenty of clients to go around, so I don't mind sharing! I encourage you if you feel skeptical like blinker to give therapy another try. Therapists are like any other service professionals. Some of us are very good with certain situations and not with others, so it is important to ensure you have a good match.
I have been a client of Eddie Reece for a long time now. Eddie has been instrumental in my financial success, my success in relationships, and my general peace of mind. He conducts his practice from a place of absolute love and integrity. If you are searching for the "right" therapist, then I suggest you look no further. It is so critically important to find someone who can help us when we really need it. Eddie is that guy. I can't say enough about what he has meant to me and my personal growth. Thanks, Eddie. You're my hero, dude.
Eddie Reece: You are very welcome mayortom. I appreciate you sharing that therapy improves every area of your life regardless of which area you're focused on in therapy. There is an old saying that, "How you do anything is how you do everything." So when you correct one thing, everything is corrected. I find this very comforting if one feels overwhelmed with life and believes there is just way too much to do or change. So come and see me and let's change one thing that will change everything.
I wasn't sure therapy could help. Before the first session was over, Eddie helped me see how it could help and it did. Before therapy, I was unsure about many things in my life and was afraid I might have too many problems. I learned that all that I was unhappy about was connected and I could change the way I approached any of my troubles and the same approach would work with them all. As it turns out, Eddie helped me see that I really only had one problem, how I approached my life. Now I can live the way I've always wanted to live. My life is so much better now I still have a hard time believing it can be so different. Wow. Don't wait as long as I did to get some help. Thanks Eddie!
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for this review since it speaks to what many people are thinking and feeling about coming to therapy. Most every new client is coming as a last resort since there is still such a stigma in our culture about not only asking for help, but especially from a therapist. Few of us would hesitate to contact an auto mechanic since we don't know how to repair a car, so why hesitate to contact a professional who is trained to help repair a relationship or a life? I truly hope that in my lifetime, the stigma of seeing a therapist will be eliminated. Remember, suffering is optional. 🙂
Things continue to change dramatically for me in ways that I never imagined possible. I want you to know that I believe I owe a large amount of thanks to the time that we spent together. I know that I came to you for marriage counseling...but it was the things that you taught me about myself that are now the reasons that I am experiencing such personal growth and taking paths I would have never taken before. Thank you seems like too small an expression for all you have done.
Eddie Reece: You are most welcome! I like what you say about how your therapy experience continues to bring changes. I believe that's a result of any good therapy. It keeps on giving!
Do yourself a favor, not to mention your clients; attend a session of Eddie Reece's group on growing a therapy practice. You will find out how money, belief in oneself as a therapist, and your life are all intertwined and sometimes, not so positively for you. Eddie's workshop resonated with me at a deep level and brought back to me why I became a counselor. His gift is hearing what we rush past in our words. And Eddie's talent is deftly telling us how we do not value our psychotherapy vocations as worthy of the client fees expected by colleagues. If you are considering private practice, Eddie's workshop is the starting place and not just for the practicalities of setting up a private therapy business. It is an invitation to face the superficial in our thinking about our abilities as psychotherapists and what we really have to offer our clients.
Eddie Reece: This review comes from someone who attended one of my practice building workshops for therapists. Thank you for the endorsement! I have a deep passion for helping therapists have a full practice since I know therapy changes lives. I wish everyone could have a good therapy experience.
Honest, empathetic without enabling and extremely loyal. Wisdom without judgement, an unusual gift.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for taking the time to post this kind review. It reminds me of the saying that wisdom comes from experience and experience comes from mistakes. That's certainly true in my case. 🙂
Eddie Reece is a wonderful human being and a wonderful therapist. I treasure every moment that I shared with him. I have come to know myself in ways I never thought I could. It is because of Eddie that I got the courage to stand on my own two feet, and listen to that still, small voice inside of me that has wanted so long to speak. She is finally finding her voice, and I know it’s because of my participation in this healing therapy. God bless you, and thank you, Eddie.
Eddie Reece: You are very welcome! This reviewer speaks to what many of my clients and I think most of us need more of - quiet time. The world can seem to be moving too fast at times and finding a place of peace and quiet is something therapy helps everyone with, whether they come for that or not. 🙂
I have known Eddie Reece for many years. He has been instrumental in helping me discover who I am, communicate what I need and desire, and find more joy in my relationships. He is compassionate, supportive and amazingly intuitive. Thank you Eddie, for a fuller life than I ever knew I could have.
Eddie Reece: Thanks gr8ful1 for reiterating the compassionate, supportive and intuitive theme in these reviews. As I've written about in other replies, learning how to get along is learning to be compassionate and supportive. I'm not so sure it's about intuition. In this case, intuition comes from what I've learned. I'm a good therapist because I'm a good student. I've spent my time in therapy, in "relationship school," and now I enjoy teaching what I've learned.
Eddie's kindness and compassion helped me come to terms with all that was bothering me. He's one of those rare individuals who I feel safe talking with. He showed me a simple, straight forward approach to looking at my life that will help me from here on out. I never thought of myself as someone who needed therapy. I've been successful in most everything I attempted. When my marriage started to fail I turned to therapy as a last resort. It should have been my first choice. Therapy isn't always easy, but it's easier than not going and doing what I'd been doing that didn't work. Don't wait to call him like I did. The only regret is that I didn't do this sooner.
Eddie Reece: Creativeguy mentions a common theme of being successful in other areas of his life, but not in relationships. Here's why; intimate relationships work from an entirely different system than everything else in your life. We're taught that to change something, do the opposite. If it's dark, turn on a light. If you're cold, turn up the heat. Doing the opposite works well with inanimate objects. You don't need to form emotional bonds with the light switch. Getting along with people requires a different set of guidelines. Here again, therapy is relationship school. Come in and learn what it takes to form those close, emotional bonds and be as successful with people as you are with those light switches!
I met Eddie at one of his workshops and was very impressed with his presentation about love and relationships. I had been struggling in the relationship with my boyfriend for quite some time. Since we broke up and I found a new relationship, I put off going to see Eddie for counseling. When my new relationship got in trouble three years later, I finally called him. Through therapy, I came to realize the patterns I had repeated in relationships. If I'd started therapy earlier, I wouldn't "have done the same thing again, expecting different results." What I learned from therapy now seems like relationship basics, stuff everyone should know. I'm now in a very loving relationship that wouldn't have been possible with therapy. Thank you Eddie!!!
Eddie Reece: Thanks bobbie. The subjects of love and relationships are among my favorites. Here again, we hear about putting off coming in for counseling. So often, we believe we've found a new way to make a difference in our lives only to get the same results. The sad part is how much of our lives we spend not getting what we want. Bobbie took a crash course in "relationship school" with her therapy. She then applied a different approach and got different results. You can too!
Eddie Reece is the "light" that we all need to have shinning on us as we journey through our lives. All too often we learn behavior and thought patterns out of a need to survive, that are simply self-destructive and self-limiting. Eddie has had a compassionate yet unwavering way of helping me to see these patterns for myself. Week after week Eddie patiently and intuitively shines a light on the dark corners of my life to help me see them more clearly, so that I may learn to love and accept them/me, all of me! I highly recommend Eddie to anyone who is looking for a therapist with experience, integrity, and compassion. It's work, and it's not always easy, but I don't think that there will be any regrets! Peace ~ Love
Eddie Reece: Here again we see how we're not taught how to live our lives well. We're actually taught the patterns that lead to an unhappy life. The "light" this reviewer mentions is helping my clients see the patterns that lead to unwanted outcomes. Quite often, that's all it takes to bring about change. We often know the answer to our problems, it's just that we haven't asked the right questions. I can help you ask the right questions to bring the unhelpful patterns to light so you can move toward change.
I first came to Eddie because my husband and I needed counseling. I had never seen a therapist before. In my family, going to a therapist means you're crazy and can't keep it together on your own. There was a stigma. Through couples and individual counseling, I have learned so much from Eddie. I am now able to recognize all the dysfunctional patterns that have held me hostage most of my life. I have gotten through a very tough divorce without the need for medication largely through Eddie's guidance, support, and loving feedback. I have evolved so much and feel I can provide so much more to the world since I began my therapy with Eddie. He's a straight shooter, albeit a compassionate one. He'll get you out of your comfort zone and get you to start LIVING your life.
Eddie Reece: Thank you lucyjo. It's sad our culture supports a stigma about asking for help with emotional issues. It takes a lot of courage to overcome that stigma. Our satisfaction with life depends on a healthy emotional life. Given it's importance, how to get along in the world should be a regular class in school. Much of what I do as a therapist and consultant, is to teach folks how to get along. The name of my practice is Getting Along, Incorporated. Counseling is often "relationship school." The keys to improving relationships are truly simple, but that doesn't matter if you don't know them. I encourage anyone struggling with relationships to give me a call and put an end to the heartache caused not by being "crazy," but by a simple lack of knowledge.
I came to Eddie to deal with my anxiety and depression. Although I had been treating them with medication, I had a sense that I was only masking the symptoms and not getting at the underlying problems. Over the years I have been to many different therapists, some have been very good, some not so good, but they all failed to help me in more than a superficial, temporary way. Eddie's approach to therapy is unlike any of my earlier experiences. He encourages you to move away from dealing with your problems in a cerebral way to really feeling the emotions that your problems elicit. I could go on and on about how unique his approach is, but I encourage you to discover it for yourself, especially if you have been frustrated with therapy in the past. After several months of therapy, I have seen an improvement in many of the symptoms associated with my anxiety and depression: I am sleeping better; I am a lot more energized and motivated; I worry less; I relate to people better; I feel more joy and peace. Another side bonus: I am finally taking control of my finances. I realized that the chaos in my head that was caused by anxiety and depression was making it very difficult for me to effectively manage my money. Make no mistake about it therapy is hard work, and you have to be willing to do your part. What better guide and teacher to have in this journey than someone who is kind, compassionate, patient, but also honest in a direct, no-frills kind of way.
Eddie Reece: Reviews like this is why I do what I do. There is no better way for me to make a living than making a difference in the lives of others. This reviewer brings up some good points. The first is about masking symptoms. In this fast paced world, we often look for easy answers. I have a jar in my office labeled Easy Answers. It's empty. Anything worth doing well, like living your life, takes more than quick fixes. What I offer is a way to move beyond the symptoms and bring about permanent change. I also appreciate mentioning the change in this reviewers financial life. I'm one of the few therapists in the country who specialize in the psychology of money. Looking beyond the "symptoms" will also bring about permanent change in your financial life. In today's economic times, it makes sense to have a different relationship with your money. I can help with that too.
Nice guy, but not so great therapist in my opinion. I would think it'd be typical to get to know all about your client especially on first visit, but hardly asked about my background unless I volunteered it. You could tell that he thought he had me figured out right from the get-go rather than taking the time to listen to all of my stories and seeing me as an individual. I know that there are broad categories that most people fit into, but he thought he had me pegged and didn't seem interested in hearing many more of my stories. I don't know...it's important for me to feel like I'm being heard especially by a therapist. Started seeing someone new and it's a stark contrast.
Eddie Reece: I do my best to invite clients to give me feedback about the sessions. It's a shame when they don't and leave therapy, especially as this client did, after one session. If she had told me what she wrote in her review, here's how I would have responded - I believe your history is a key to present behavior, but when a client first comes to see me, I'm more interested in what prompted them to enter therapy at this time in their life. I think clients want to talk about their present situation in the first session and I let them. I think it'd be rude to take over the first session by taking a history, when there's so much a client wants to say. The important parts of a history always show up, when they need to. I think if a client really wants to talk about something in their past in that first session, they'll bring it up. I don't want to waste their time and money by asking questions that don't pertain to why they came to therapy. In terms of her comment about me figuring her out, I've always found it interesting that folks don't want a therapist to figure them out quickly. If someone goes to a medical doctor, dentist or auto mechanic and the problem is quickly found, folks are relieved and think, "Wow. How fortunate I found someone really good at what they do." Most anyone can figure someone out pretty quickly, in terms of recognizing broad aspects of a personality, but it's often difficult for anyone to see those traits in themselves. I did have this client "figured out," in that like so many people coming to therapy, she needed guidance in expressing her feelings (like not being pleased with the session). Like a number of highly intellectual people, she'd learn to "figure out" her feelings instead of experiencing them. It's vital to learn to live your emotions instead of having explanations for them and the kind of therapy I practice teaches that. And like a lot of people, this client turned down my invitation to live more from her heart instead of her head. I'm glad she found someone more to her liking.
Eddie has great technique and is an actual vehicle for you to change your relationship. My husband is very perceptive and will not work with someone who blows hot air. My husband even went to see Eddie by himself. He really has us focus on how to be nice to each other and part of that is noticing how many times I say things that are mean and we fight and it doesn't seem like fighting but it is. This then leads to what I consider really fighting. We have had a very positive difference and for being two people who were talking about getting divorce every week it is truly a more wonderful life we are living.
Great person to use as a tool for change
I've been seeing Eddie for nearly a year now and I can tell you that he has helped me through a very difficult time. He is incredibly compassionate and has a unique abilty to make me feel as if I am his only client. I would recommend Eddie to anybody.
Eddie Reece: Thank you for the kind review! It's good to hear that my passion and caring for my clients comes through. Therapy is one place in the world where who you are and what you're going through really matters.
I have seen Eddie now for several sessions. I am learning new ways to deal with everyday thanks to him. What used to really stress me now is not such an issue. I trusted his advice so much that I am now taking my daughter. She is dealing with some step-family issues. He really helped her and she will have her second session in a couple of days. Eddie is wonderful and I highly suggest seeing him if you want to get to the source of your issues...whatever they may be. He is quick to help.
Eddie Reece: You're welcome! This is a great review for those who wonder if therapy can help. Most of the time, clients have a similar reaction to gymgirl's. Problems that seem overwhelming can have simple solutions once you get a different perspective.
I began therapy to help me stop a life long pattern of procrastination. A pattern that always resulted in stressful situations. Eddie quickly deduced that procrastination was a sympton, not the problem. Next came his tough but insightful questions that required honest answers that were at times painful. Learning to put aside the mask we all wear and honestly learning who you are isn't an easy task. Therapy with Eddie has been and continues to be a learning and growing experience. There is something powerful in knowing for sure and understanding that just because you don't think like everyone else, doesn't mean you are wrong.
Heal Thy Self....but with help
Eddie Reece helped me get through one of the most difficult life experiences a person can face. I honestly don't know if I could have made it through this crisis without his help and guidance. Mr Reece is highly trained and experienced, and has a very modern approach that impressed me. I would recommend him to anyone in need of counseling. This is a therapist that truly cares.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the recommendation! I do care about my clients. I believe that caring is a central factor distinguishing good therapists from not so good ones. I'm sure this client would have made it through her crisis without my help, but the issue isn't about making it through. We all make it through. The issue is how we come out on the other side. Therapy helps guide you through in a way that brings lasting change. I'm glad I could help!
I was somewhat of a skeptic regarding therapy. The fact is, in every field, there are real, gifted professionals and quacks. The trick is finding the true professionals. I am lucky to have found Eddie. He quickly sized up my issues and has guided me through the process of resolving/dealing with them. I feel that I get great value for what I spend. I also like that he "walks his talk" and operates with tremendous integrity. It doesn't take much convincing that each of us could benefit from a coach if we were looking to excel at sports. Why would we then not need a coach to excel at life?
Eddie Reece: This review points out one of the most important traits of a good therapist, that of walking the talk. If you want to find a good therapist, you have to ask at least one question, "How much good therapy have you had?" The good therapists have had a lot of good therapy. That may seem strange to you in that your idea of therapy is it's only something for people with "real" problems. No. Therapy does great with everyday issues, especially those of relationships, work, parenting, money, and even the meaning of life. For a therapist to know how to help you, he or she must first learn how to be helped. If you want help with a particular issue, the therapist you see has to have been helped through the same kind of issues. Now that doesn't mean if you're depressed, you need to see a therapist who was depressed and got through it. It means you need to see a therapist who has suffered through dark times, struggled with finding motivation, felt hopeless and was guided through all that. Think of it this way, would you go to an auto mechanic who didn't change the oil in his own car? Why see someone who doesn't believe in their service enough to use it? I walk my talk because I believe therapy has the power to change and save lives. My life is certainly different because of my time in therapy. Yours can be too. Give me a call.
I attended Eddie's workshop on Money, Psychotherapy, and Practice Building and thought it was excellent! He gave feedback that has helped me understand where to concentrate my efforts in building my professional career. He also helped me challenge myself around my feelings of hesitation and doubt. I greatly appreciated his genuineness and humor.
Eddie Reece: Thank you so much for this review. I enjoy helping other therapists build their practices because it means there will be more people in therapy and the more people there are in therapy, the better the world will be. 🙂 If you're a therapist who would like to grow your practice, please contact me. I offer workshops and one on one consultations.
My spouse and I went to see Eddie as a final shot at salvaging our marriage. We were both very unhappy, and both thinking of divorce. While making that first step is very hard, it has made a world of difference in our relationship. Eddie is non-judgmental, and really makes you take a long hard look at both parties' behavior that leads to the breaking point. He also makes you become realistic about your expectations about your partner, and your partner's expectations of you, and makes you learn to "love" your differences rather than trying to change the other person. Some of his advice is so simple you can't believe it could work, but it does when you put it into action. We are much, much happier, and will continue to see Eddie for "checkups" and work at home as well to keep our marriage going strong.
Eddie Reece: I like what was said about some of my advice being simple. Much of it is. Relationship classes aren't taught in school, so the basics of healthy relationships aren't common knowledge. That's why I'm in business. Like learning the basics of anything, learning the basics of a successful relationship is easy and doesn't take long. Like so many couples, this couple came in to give their marriage a "last shot." Don't wait so long to see a therapist. It's my dream that one day, seeing a therapist to help your relationship will be the first thought, not the last.
Eddie was very knowledgeable, especially about helping us enter the 21st century in advertising and networking. I like he's presentation style and warmth.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the review! With the downturn in the economy, it's important for business owners to take this opportunity to expand the way they reach out to clients and customers. My consulting work can help reduce the fears created by our economic situation. Fear is not the biggest issue. The reaction to the fear will determines success or failure. I can help you take action that will calm your fears and grow your business.
Eddie's approach is completely unique. He will set you at ease right away because he's accepting and non-judgmental, and also extremely insightful. What "got" me was when he informed my ex-husband and me that the goal of our marriage counseling was not to save our marriage but to save our RELATIONSHIP. With his help we realized we were better off as friends, and friends we remain to this day. I now continue my therapy on my own and appreciate it every time.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for noticing the uniqueness of my approach. One of the characteristics that sets me apart is that I tailor my approach to match the needs of my client. I believe everyone deserves individual attention. Good therapists use a lot of different approaches. The emphasis on relationship over longevity is important here. If the goal is to make the relationship last, it's easy to lose focus on what's important, the quality of the relationship. I believe if you improve the quality, the longevity takes care of itself. Thanks for the kind review!
I started seeing Eddie about six-months back and am very pleased with my progression. I'm feeling a new and refreshing perspective on what's important in my life, and am better able to live in the moment and not worry all the time. Clarity into what it is to really enjoy life is so simple yet complicated to get there - I would recommend therapy and Eddie's services to help out! Bill
Eddie Reece: A new perspective is important. Many of the difficulties folks bring to therapy can be traced back to how someone sees the world. I work with my clients to see themselves and the world from a perspective that creates a fuller, more expressive life. One with more joy, peace and meaning. I hope as time goes on with this client, the value of his time in therapy can be rated 5 stars!
Eddie is a helpful and caring professional who knows how to help you find solutions to the problems in your life. I have really appreciated his help and feel much better after having talked with him.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for taking the time to write a review. Caring - Helpful - Solutions. That sums up therapy well. The caring part is confusing for some people in that I'm paid for what I do. My answer is one of the reasons I went into private practice is so I can pick and choose my clients. I wouldn't work with anyone I couldn't care for, believe I could help or create solutions with. It's great to be my own boss.
In 15 minutes, Dr. Reece made golf fun for me again! The first round I reduced my score by 5 strokes. Make an appointment today! The problem is not your swing, the problem is in your head!
Eddie Reece: Sports enhancement is so much fun! Just like any other counseling, there are basics. Once you learn them, the game or life is easier. And often, there are quick fixes!
Eddie is very skilled and knowledgeable. I recently attended a seminar on how money and our relationship with money affects us psychologically. Eddie's presentation was very insightful for other therapist as well as the clients we work with. Shaketa Robinson, LPC
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Gave me a different spin on a issue that kept coming into my life over an over again and gave me a more healthy way of considering the challenge.
Eddie Reece: Issues do keep coming into our lives, over and over and over - Why? Because we're determined to learn a better way of moving through such issues. We're smarter than we think! How can you move though an issue so it doesn't repeat? Just as this reviewer said, you get a different spin. When you change the way you see yourself and others, your world is different. Counseling helps you make these changes so you get the results you want. Come see me to learn to live in a different world, a world where you can live the life you were meant to live.
I have seen Eddie off and on for several years. The biggest thing that I note is that I have personally made many life changes for the positive. Sometimes I feel like Eddie doesn't say much but really sometimes more is said in having me realize how crazy what I am thinking and doing is......what is that it is insanity to keep doing the same thing and expect a different result.
Eddie Reece: This reminds me of the joke, "Doc it hurts when I do this." The doctor replies, "Well, don't do that." It's amazing that we all do the same things over and over expecting different results. I think such magical thinking is partly due to not knowing what else to do. Often, my job is to offer alternatives. You can't fix something that never worked, so clients come to me with problems they can't solve and I give them problems they can solve. If you're "stuck," contact me and let's come up with an approach that will work.
I went to visit Dr. Reece and I was nervous! This was my first real visit with a therapist. The layout of the office is very nice and soothing even though when you first drive up you might second guess yourself and wonder if you are in the wrong place. He is a wonderful person to talk to and helped me with my problem that I didn't even know that I had. He is a little out of my way and not covered by my insurance but I hope to visit with him soon. It's good to know that in just one session he figured out what my problem was and was happy to give me referrals and things to read to get me started on my treatment. It's nice to know that maybe there is a light at the end of the tunnel!
Eddie Reece: Yea! I'm so glad I could be helpful so quickly. It's a common experience that someone comes into my office with an issue they've struggled with for years and I can understand and be helpful right away. How? Like any job, if you do it long enough and learn enough, it's pretty easy at times. Although everyone is different, in so many ways people have the same issues. After 20 years of listening to folks, I hear the same stories even though there are slightly different versions. Thanks to this reviewer for noticing I have a nice office to visit. It's surrounded on two sides by the garden I nurture. Love is watching things grow. On another note, I'm not Dr. Reece, just Eddie. This reviewer also mentioned I helped her find another therapist. My job as I see it, is when someone contacts me, I want to help them find the right therapist, one who is easy to get to, can help and is affordable. So call me today. I'm happy to help!
I had my first session today and I was taken by surprise at how he got to the point and helped me after I had only spoken 2 sentences. He got straight to the point and I felt immediate relief and extremely comforted during the first meeting. I would be remiss if I didn't highly recommend Eddie Reece to anyone who is trying to get their life together. I've been going to therapist sand psychiatrists for many years and much to my very pleasant surprise, I found myself wishing I had seen him many years ago. Thanks!!!!!!!!
Eddie Reece: How wonderful for you! Sometimes I can help that quickly. Often, what seems hopless to a client is what I see all the time so I can offer some quick help. You don't have to continue to struggle with what troubles you. Contact me today.
I have seen Mr. Reece on several occasions over the last 2 years. He is a true professional with superb
advice! He is also a good listener, providing very good feedback. Highly recommended!
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the kind words. Listening is such a big part of my job. I think most people have a need to "feel heard." That's different from being heard. In most conflicts, if not all, someone, or no one, is listening in a way the other will feel heard. When people are in conflict, they can usually describe the other's complaint very well. That doesn't mean the other feels heard. I teach the kind of communication that promotes feeling heard. It's really a simple skill that just takes practice. Good communication replaces arguing and promotes intimacy. If you'd like help with your communication skills, call me. I'm listening. 🙂
Eddie is truly a gifted person and was the key to a highly successful resolution to a previous relationship. I
had a phone session with him today (I had since moved away from ATL) and I was shocked! What an
amazing time! To be able to do what he does in person and then do it just as well from a hundreds of
miles away...that's just incredible. Thanks, Eddie!!
Eddie Reece: You are so welcome! It's always a treat to hear from you. I appreciate your willingness to check in from time to time. As I get to know a client, it becomes easier to guide him or her through life's challenges. Sessions don't always have to be face to face for 50 minutes. Many of my clients utilize my service on an as needed basis. "Sessions" may be a few minutes on the phone, email correspondence or even texting. Each of my clients receives a personalized approach to meet his or her particular needs. Call and ask how I might help you navigate your individual dilemmas. I'm happy to help you find the help you need, whether it's with me or someone else.
"I don't know what it is but it just won't quit". You've had that feeling for a long time. So you start digging,
you find and read a few good books and it seems clear now. You can describe in details what exactly is
"wrong" with you and how you ended up where you are. You think you know what to do to improve your
life. The only problem is - despite all this intellectual understanding you do not feel any better. You realize
that you just can't do it alone. That's how I met Eddie. I waited quite a few months before writing this
review to see if the lessons stick. Apparently they do in my case. I don't think I understand how it works
but apparently you need someone who can listen and ask some high quality questions at the right time.
These questions make you realize a few things that you are unable to come up with on your own. You
won't find such a quality listener in a friend or a spouse. I would suggest sticking with a certain number of
sessions even if you don't feel like it. First couple of sessions can be an unpleasant experience because
you may need to face some hard facts and truths. When you push through it however - your mind starts
to clear up and you start seeing things from a different perspective and that somehow makes you feel
much better. Eddie, I truly appreciate your help! Thank you!
Eddie Reece: You're very welcome. Thanks for taking the time to write your review. You point out a vital part of what makes change happen, to move from an intellectual understanding of what's troubling you to an emotional understanding of it. If something is bothering you, it's a pretty good bet you're experiencing emotions. Most people then see those emotions as problems to be solved. They're not. The "problems" in people's lives are usually caused by trying to "solve" troubling emotions. So, as with this reviewer, self-help books are read, understanding happens and the emotions are still troubling. Trying to "solve" emotions with intellect is like trying to write literature with math formulas. This reviewer mentions the listening I do and the questions I ask and the realizations that result. What's he's describing is experiencing the emotional learning that happens in therapy. Navigating our emotional world takes different maps from the maps used in the intellectual world. I see my work very much as being a guide through that world. That's why often times our friends and loved ones aren't as helpful when it comes to troubling emotions, they don't have the maps either. It's heartwarming to read that the lessons stick. That's what I want to hear. The type of therapy I do is designed to bring about lasting change. I also like the advice this reviewer gives, to stick with it. 90% of therapy is simply showing up. When your perception changes, it means you've changed. As Gandhi said, "Be the change you want to see." A man once fell in a deep hole. The light shone from the opening he'd fallen into, but it was too steep to climb out and it was very dark around him. So he kept looking up towards the light. Soon a doctor passed by and looked in the hole. "Thanks for stopping by doc. Can you help me? The doctor wrote a prescription and threw it in the hole, then left. A short time later, a priest came by. "Thank God you showed up father. Can you help me?" The priest wrote a prayer on a piece of paper and threw it in the hole and walked away. Then a therapist looked into the hole. The man cried out, "Can you help me?" The therapist jumped into the hole. "What's wrong with you," the man asked in disbelief. "Now we're both stuck in here." The therapist replied, "I've been here before and know the way out." The man followed him through the dark and found his way. If you want some help navigating those troubling emotions, contact me.
Eddie is experienced, insightful, professional, honest, understanding and empathetic. As a therapist / life
coach, Eddie continues to provide me with the framework to understand more about myself and, as a
result, has empowered me to make decisions based upon who I truly am and what I truly desire in life. His
guidance and insight have enabled me to change my life for the better. I cannot recommend him highly
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the review. Most clients come to me wanting to make decisions in their lives. Life decisions involve mental and emotional input. Such decisions involve many different parts of oneself that are often in conflict. I help those parts "get along," hence the name of my company. Learning a better way to make decisions makes decision making easier. I help folks learn a better way. Most people believe that if one side of a decision can out argue another, then that's the best decision. Usually not. When competing parts (wants and desires) cooperate, better decisions are made. If you want some help in making better decisions, contact me.
I've been to counseling on and off, but with Eddie Reece I found the most open-minded, adaptive, and
uniquely honest approach yet. He does not force a formula onto the client, but actually listens ... and then
offers a solution that "fits the problem," not masks or perpetuates it. What a refreshing approach to his
field. We need more Eddie Reeces.
Eddie Reece: I appreciate your description of my approach Animalsrock1. I'm often asked what my approach is and my stock answer is, "Whatever works." I don't have a formula. I believe everyone is unique in some way even if the struggle is a universal one. People and their lives are complicated to say the least. It's a treat to be invited to help unravel the complexities and find creative ways to better live one's life. I'm so happy we did that for you!
Meeting with Eddie is definitely worth the investment of time and money. He is very skilled in getting to
the point quickly and focusing on solutions with care and concern. I highly recommend him to address
issues in your current relationship or to simply strengthen your relationships.
Eddie Reece: Thank you skiman for taking the time to write the review. Like the previous review, I regret it took so long for me to respond. I thought I'd responded to all my reviews. Therapy is an investment of time and money so I do what I can to give my clients a good return on that. I work as hard as my clients will work so they get back more than they put into our time together. I want their therapy to be thought of the way I think of my own investment in my own therapy - that's it's priceless. Therapy is often an enormous investment of time and money. One way to think of it is comparatively. If you spend $20 to 40 thousand dollars on a car wouldn't it make sense to spend less than that for enough therapy to make a lasting difference in your life? What you pay for something is important. What you get in return is what really matters. It's heartwarming to know our time together was worth the investment.
I attended Eddie's workshop: Making Money as a Therapist, and would highly recommend it to anyone
who has a private practice or is considering going into private practice. I am hoping at some point to
establish my own practice and was interested to hear some information regarding the business piece of
running a private practice. This topic is very rarely talked about in our field and there seems to be some
discomfort surrounding the discussion of making money as a therapist. Eddie had great information and
tips for marketing your practice in today's world. There was also a very in depth discussion of whether to
take insurance or not, the pitfalls of dealing with insurance companies for both therapists and clients, and
how you can succeed without relying on insurance companies. I am certain from conversations I have
had with therapists in private practice most people believe it is not possible to survive without the reliance on insurance companies. Eddie will convince you that is not the case. You definitely get your money's
worth by attending this workshop.
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for your review. I regret it took me so long to reply. I have a passion for helping therapists be successful in their practices. I believe if there are more therapists with full practices, that means there are more people receiving the benefits of therapy and that makes the world a better place. Being in private practice involves two jobs - one is being the therapist. The other is being a good business person so the therapist has a job. 🙂 I also consult with other businesses, so if you want to improve what you do for a living into not only something that will support you financially, but more importantly into an endeavor that brings meaning and purpose to your life, contact me.
I worked with Eddie on a weekly basis over the past year. He helped me navigate through a difficult
divorce in a 30 year marriage. He gave me great advice and guided me throughout the process. I strongly
recommend his services!
Eddie Reece: I sure appreciate the kind words. The best of divorces are usually difficult, especially if the marriage lasted a long time. Every divorce is an opportunity to learn more about oneself and life. As with any new challenge in life, it's good to rely on guidance from folks who can navigate the territory. I'm thankful for this reviewer's trust and confidence.
I have known Eddie on a personal level for at least 15 years. In that time I have come to learn that Eddie
is a down to Earth guy who follows his passions. One of his major passions in life is helping his clients (or
anyone contacting him for help) receive the services they need. Eddie is the type of therapist who takes
his work very seriously and is incredibly focused on helping his clients to succeed in life. He is the guy
who will answer the phone after hours, he is the guy who will spend time listening to you, and he is the
guy who will help you work through the difficult 'stuff'. Eddie Reece cares for people and if he feels he is
not right for you; he is the guy who will guide you to the therapist best suited to your needs.
Eddie Reece: What a nice review. Work is one of my many passions. My life is so much more meaningful because of my time with clients. I find my career challenging in that it pushes me to learn, change and grow. I may have said this in an earlier review - the most important variable to be considered when choosing a therapist is how much therapy the therapist has had. I truly believe that makes all the difference. So one of my passions is personal growth - mine and my clients'.
Eddie has the personality that can make me smile and feel better instantly! I always look forward to
Eddie Reece: How sweet. I like the instantly part. That's not always the case. 🙂 I'll take this opportunity to say that due to the stigma of going to therapy in our culture, by the time most folks arrive in my office, they're doing it as a last resort. I do my best to help create some relief quickly, though real change takes time. In my own experience in therapy and from what clients tell me, going to therapy isn't always something to look forward to, but the benefits are worth the time and effort. Thanks so much for the review.
Eddie is an amazing loving and compassionate man who is so easy to talk to, you find yourself losing track of time. Eddie helped me - has continued to help me, see my value and understand my heaviness is only in my head. He shares his stories - as a person who has healed in so many ways, his value is immeasurable.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the review! This reviewer mentions compassion - a central part of a well lived life. I find that when someone works through a difficulty, they find compassion - for themselves and others. Finding compassion is very much what good therapy is about.
Eddie was great with the people in my congregation. He taught classes for us and I admired how he listened to people, connected with them, and offered insights without being pushy or arrogant. I highly
recommend Eddie for his strength, insight and wisdom. He's got a great smile too!
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the compliments! I so much enjoy presenting workshops and sharing what I've learned. If you need someone to speak on communication, any aspect of relationships, addictions, sexual issues, anxiety or stress, give me a call. Here's a part of my bio: I have a passion for sharing what I'm learning in life. It some ways I'm always a student/teacher whether it's through writing, helping a client through a difficult time, or guiding an athlete to find more joy in their game. My easy going, down to earth, humorous, approach to life's most difficult questions and my love for teaching and healing, might inspire you to open your heart and mind to a different way of seeing the world. I was born, reared and still live in metro Atlanta, GA
I met with Eddie in 2012 for consultations about growing my new business. The information I took away
from our meetings was invaluable. Eddie helped me not only with logistical recommendations about
building a business, but also really helped me to conceptualize what I wanted my business to look like. I
am happy to say that 1 year later I have met all of the goals I set for myself with the help of Eddie! I would
highly recommend Eddie to anyone who feels stuck in some realm of their lives.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for taking the time to write this review! Just like I enjoy helping individuals and couples reach their full potential, I enjoy helping businesses grow and prosper. I've run my own businesses for some 30 years and know what works and certainly know what doesn't work. Learn from my mistakes! I especially like helping other therapists grow their practices. The more people in therapy, the better off we all are. Call me for help with your business.
Eddie Reece was so helpful to me. I couldn't work with him because I needed night or weekend
appointments to fit my schedule. Even though he didn't offer that, he proactively reached out to other
therapists and found over 5 who do offer nights & weekends. Eddie also instructed me how to screen
them and select the best therapist for my needs. That's what I call outstanding service. Thank you Eddie!
Eddie Reece: I sure appreciate this review since I can highlight what my goal is when someone first contacts me. I will do all I can to ensure a prospective client finds a therapist who fits all their needs. It doesn't matter that much if it's me or not. I believe the world would be a better place if everyone was in therapy, so I'm thrilled when someone who contacts me meets with a therapist. So contact me even if you don't wind up in my office. I'm happy to help!
I am a college student only had a phone conversation but Eddie was extremely helpful! He was able to
point me in the right direction even though I can't afford proper therapy at the moment.
Eddie Reece: Once again, I accomplished my goal when someone calls me. My goal is to help any and everyone find suitable counseling. Finding the best counselor is not easy given so many variables and relatively little information about the profession and those who practice it. So feel free to call. I'm happy to help in your search.
I've talked with Eddie about many different issues, from relationships to business, and his perspectives
are wonderful! Eddie has many years of experience, and in the course of a session I was able to tap into
his wealth of knowledge and personal experience, which was very helpful to me! I'd highly recommend
Eddie to anyone who is facing any personal, relationship, and/or business issues and seeks more clarity.
Eddie Reece: What a lovely review! Thank you so much. A different perspective can make all the difference. Gandhi said, "Be the change you want to see in the world." So getting a different perspective on yourself can help bring about the changes you want in your life. In many ways, my job is helping people see things in a different light. It always makes me smile to hear someone respond to what I've said with, "I never thought about it that way." To get those different perspectives, it takes exploring my own life as fully as I can, constantly discovering and growing. That's what I really get paid for - to live in a way to learn and then share what I've learned. One of the reasons I have a concierge practice is to give myself enough free time to find and live out those different ways of being in the world. George Carlin once said something like it was easy to be a comedian because he had 23 hours a day to think up goofy stuff. I get paid to make the time in my life for self-exploration so like any good therapist, I can "walk the talk."
My experience with Eddie was first rate and very professional. He is extremely knowledgeable and
always willing to listen. I would definitely recommend Eddie to anyone seeking help in his areas of
Eddie Reece: Thanks Eagles03! Hard to top awesome. 🙂 Sure appreciate the kind words.
I consulted with Eddie and he was open, genuine and authentic. He was very forthcoming with
information and was thorough in answering my questions. He offered insights in areas I had not
considered. I felt like Eddie was available, present and truly wanted to help me.
Eddie Reece: Very kind of you salexander. It's a pleasure to work with you. "Open, genuine and authentic." I spent decades in my own therapy to be that way. 🙂 I've written this before, but it's worth repeating. The more therapy the therapist has, the better therapist he or she will be. Good therapy opens hearts and minds. When that happens, authenticity follows. "Forthcoming with information." Much of therapy and or consulting is about education. I see my work as learning as much as I can - all the time - and then sharing that with my clients. I have an insatiable curiosity! "Areas I had not considered." My goal is in some way to help a client come to, "Hmm.... I've never thought about it that way before." If I can do that, then perceptions have changed. When perceptions change, the world changes. "available, present and truly wanted to help." Being present takes a lot more training that one would think. 🙂 Being present and wanting to help comes from lots of personal growth and being so excited by that, I can't help but share what I know. Thanks again for the lovely review.
I called Mr Reece today looking for a therapist that would take Medicare. He does not but he spent almost
a half hour talking to me and guiding me on how to find a therapist that I could afford. Thank You Mr.
Eddie Reece: Thank you Michael. You're very kind to take the time to write a review. It was a pleasure talking with you. Please contact me again if my suggestions don't work out. My goal when you or any other prospective client calls is to do all I can to ensure you find a good fit for your needs. Finding a good therapist is tricky. Here's my best advice for ensuring your therapist can help. Ask one question, "How much therapy have you had?" If there's any hesitation about answering the question, call the next person on your list. Why would you want to see someone who doesn't believe enough in the service he or she provides to use it? Good therapy produces good therapists. As a therapist, I can help someone because I've been helped. I believe in the service I provide. Therapy has given me the ability to live the best life I can live. I've seen it produce significant changes in the lives of my clients. Without the experience of growing from my own therapy, I couldn't sit with a client who is struggling and know what we're doing can make a difference. It's that knowing that provides hope. Thanks again Michael for the review and the opportunity to help.
I have the pleasure of knowing Eddie as a colleague. His calm demeanor and common sense style are wonderful attributes that he brings to his clients in helping them solve issues in their lives. I highly recommend him.
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for the review! As a fellow money expert, this means a lot. 🙂 The stigma about going to therapy is huge. Asking for help with money issues is enormous. If you struggle with money in any way, it's a direct reflection of the struggles you have in other areas of your life. Let me show you how. There is a page devoted to money issues on my main website. The link is near the top of this page. Get past the stigma and ask for help. There's no need to struggle. Contact me today.
I consulted with Eddie about changes in my private practice and found him extremely helpful. I highly recommend him to other professionals looking for perspective.
Eddie Reece: You are so kind Franklin. For those of you who don't know, Franklin is a highly respected therapist in the Atlanta area. If you're inside the perimeter looking for a therapist and believe Alpharetta might as well be on the dark side of the moon, call Franklin. If you're looking for help growing your business or want better employee or customer relationships, call me.
Eddie responded to my request for advice about therapy / hypnosis / meditation with multiple valuable
articles and a few referrals. He was happy to advise me, even if we never set up an appointment. This
sort of generosity is definitely not the norm! I am implementing on Eddie's recommendations and
educating myself to find the best combo of meditation, hypnosis and/or therapy. Already, just based on
the meditation he recommended, I am finding rapid improvements in my business - all the result of
clearing my head and getting rid of limiting (and factually unproven) beliefs. I have used hypnosis for
Eddie responded to my request for advice about therapy / hypnosis / meditation with multiple valuable articles and a few referrals. He was happy to advise me, even if we never set up an appointment. This sort of generosity is definitely not the norm! I am implementing on Eddie's recommendations and educating myself to find the best combo of meditation, hypnosis and/or therapy. Already, just based on the meditation he recommended, I am finding rapid improvements in my business - all the result of clearing my head and getting rid of limiting (and factually unproven) beliefs. I have used hypnosis for success in college sports and will likely turn to it again in the near future. When I do, I'm calling Eddie. He is genuinely interested in helping people grow.
Eddie Reece: Thanks so much for the review. It's great to hear I was so helpful even though we never had a session. This review emphasizes what I've written about before in terms of what I see as my responsibility when a perspective client contacts me. With the stigma about counseling being what it is, contacting a therapist usually involves a lot of thought and internal debate. Almost always, by the time someone contacts me, whatever challenge they're facing has been going on for some time. By making contact, the debate about asking for help has, at least for the moment, landed on the side of asking for help. So I do all I can to ensure good, convenient, and affordable therapy is made available. I honestly would love for everyone to be in therapy. I think the world would be a better place if therapy was the norm. So I'm thrilled to be a part of someone finding a good therapist even if it's not me. 🙂 If you're debating about whether or not to contact me, just do it. Look at it as an experiment to just see what happens. You'll be glad you did.
Eddie is very good at what he does. He listens and asks questions designed to help you work through
problems. I recommend him to anyone, even those without major life issues to deal with. I was fortunate
to find him through a search of online references, and I wanted to add my own recommendation for others
to use in their search.
Eddie Reece: Thanks for the kind review. I especially like what you wrote about my services being for "even those without major life issues." Part of the stigma of going to therapy is a belief that it is only for those with serious mental health problems. That belief causes those who face common everyday issues to fear being thought of as someone with mental illness. I work with clients who are high functioning people who want to improve their lives. They come to me for a variety of reasons. I help them have better relationships or a more relaxed lifestyle. Often clients find themselves at a point in their lives when they realize that life didn't turn out the way they hoped it would. As I've written about before, there isn't a school that teaches any of us to have lasting, intimate relationships. There are no university degrees in kindness, compassion or love, areas where we can all improve. Everyone faces challenges of a normal life, such as marriage, raising children, loss of loved ones and aging. Those types of challenges are what I can help you navigate. Don't wait until your small problems become big ones. Contact me today for a better tomorrow.
My work with Eddie has given me the courage to embrace the life that I deserve, both personally and
I had my first session today and I was taken by surprise at how he got to the
point and helped me after I had only spoken 2 sentences. He got straight to
the point and I felt immediate relief and extremely comforted during the first
meeting. I would be remiss if I didn't highly recommend Eddie Reece to
anyone who is trying to get their life together. I've been going to therapist
sand psychiatrists for many years and much to my very pleasant surprise, I
found myself wishing I had seen him many years ago.
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Eddie is truly a gifted person and was the
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Meeting with Eddie is definitely worth the
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“A Loving and Compassionate Man”
Eddie is an amazing loving and compassionate man who is so easy to talk to, you find yourself losing track of time. Eddie helped me – has continued to help me, see my value and understand my heaviness is only in my head. He shares his stories – as a person who has healed in so many ways, his value is immeasurable.