Are you struggling with personal issues, relationship problems, or a life crisis that makes it difficult to see your way through? Therapy can provide the helping guidance you need during this time while providing support to help you grow from the experience. The foundation of good therapy is based on the relationship you have with your therapist.

Sharon Covington

I am a licensed clinical social worker with over forty years of experience in the Washington area. As a therapist, I am committed to helping individuals and couples grow through the struggles and challenges of life. As a clinician, I have spent my career educating and training other mental health professionals and healthcare providers on how to assist their clients as they face life crisis and transitions. Individuals and couples may struggle to emotionally grow and develop full happiness, not unlike a lotus that must push through the murkiness of its environment before reaching the light, at which time it blossoms into a flower of unique beauty and strength. I welcome the opportunity to work with you.

Just Published

Considered an essential guide in reproductive mental health, the second edition of Fertility Counseling is now available in two volumes. The Clinical Guide presents the most current knowledge on counseling diverse patients amidst rapidly advancing modern technology, while the Case Studies discusses real world experiences of clinicians and patients navigating fertility treatment and reproductive challenges.

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Fertility Counseling: Clinical Guide
Fertility Counseling: Case Studies

Good Faith Estimates

As of January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers are required to provide estimates for the costs of your care. The Good Faith Estimate shows the cost of items and services that are reasonably expected for your healthcare needs and treatment. This will be provided by this office upon scheduling and/or as requested. This Good Faith Estimate does not include unexpected costs that could arise during treatment.