If you are considering counseling…
I’m proud of you.
Just doing the initial research is a big step. The biggest step is actually contacting someone.
Think about it…
You may be struggling with anxiety, social phobia, depression, shame, independence or just getting through the day, and yet it is up to you to contact a complete stranger and ask for help. That’s quite a task, especially when you may feel least capable of doing it. When you feel bad, you don’t feel up to it. On your better days, you don’t feel like you need it as much. Perhaps that familiar cycle explains why you have not gotten help yet.
And yet, here you are now, looking for relief. So, having never met you, I’m already proud of you. Sure, I realize that may sound a little corny, but it’s not exactly like the world has an excess of encouragement.
So, I recognized this challenge and created this website to do everything I could to bridge the gap.
My name is Corbin Humble and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Bethany, Oklahoma. While I may not be the right counselor for everyone, I figured that if I gave you all the information I could about myself up front, then you might feel just a bit more comfortable about contacting me. Follow these links to find out more About Me and What to expect from counseling.
Also, when you do Contact me, I will always try to reply to you along the same channel. While I may prefer phone calls, I know a lot of people feel more comfortable on text or e-mail, so I will respond in kind. A fundamental principle of my counseling is that I try to meet people where they are, and that starts with the very first contact. Also, and I don’t know why this is a rare thing, I respond as promptly as I can. This is already a stressful process without me keeping you waiting any longer than you have to be.
Follow this link to find Details about my areas of experience, insurance accepted and office hours.
If you have any other questions, check out the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Finally, you can check out my Blog to get some insight into how I think.