Do you need someone who understands how hard it can be to go to counseling; someone who will not take sides; someone who will listen and offer practical suggestions; someone who doesn't want you dependent on a therapist? You may be looking for Don Boice.
Since 2007, Boice Counseling in Irondequoit has served individuals, couples and organizations interested in learning practical ways to manage conflict, anger, anxiety and other issues. Don is a highly trained and credentialed counselor who specializes in gender communications and in creating an environment where both men and women feel comfortable. In addition to counseling, Don offers organizational training programs, lectures, workshops, retreats and a variety of practical and innovative tips and resources including books, CDs and audio files he's created as well as a biofeedback program.
Contact Don for an appointment (585) 544-5342 or to learn how he might be able to help you or your organization, (585) 802-1273, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Judith Lundquist, LCSW, PLLC
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Judy works with adults, adolescents and families.
She is experienced in helping with anxiety, depression, parenting and family issues, trauma (physical, emotional and sexual) and loss, and other mental health issues, as well as support for caregivers.
Judy has a very gentle yet direct approach and extensive training in individual and family therapy, using short term models or longer term treatment, whatever seems most helpful for each person. She has vast knowledge of resources in the Rochester, NY area.
Judy notes she has availability on Saturdays and evenings in addition to weekday hours.
Judy has worked with individuals and families for more than 25 years and has also been a clinical supervisor for many of those years. Her most recent position was Associate Director of Clinical Services for a nonprofit NYS licensed Mental Health Clinic.
Isaac has been working with a diverse range of children and families across the Rochester region for the past 6 years. His work has included individuals and families affected by mental health, addiction, developmental/intellectual challenges, divorce, trauma, poverty, and other challenges. Isaac approaches his work in a collaborative mindset; recognizing the importance of aligning with people to determine the best path through the challenges they bring. Isaac is also an open-minded therapist, who seeks to understand others in order to provide support and guidance in the best way possible.
Isaac enjoys working with transitional age youth, such as tweens, adolescents, and young adults. There are many challenges that can occur during these phases in addition to the typical developmental changes and they can have an impact on getting through daily life successfully. Of course, this also includes parents who struggle with how to best support their kids through these challenging times in addition to juggling the rest of life. Isaac recognizes the reality of these challenges for all involved and how important it is to have a place where parents and kids can share what’s going on without fear of judgment and where an outside perspective can make a difference.
Isaac has also worked with many youth and adults who have been through traumatic experiences, particularly various types of abuse and other experiences which have the potential to negatively alter the course of one’s life. In particular, Isaac has worked with adolescent and adult men who have been impacted by these experiences and are at risk of repeating these same patterns with those they care about most. Isaac believes that offering a safe space to begin the recovery and healing process can lead to lasting, positive change and realizing one’s full potential for their life.
To schedule, please call Michelle, our Office Manager, at 544-5342
January 1, 2017 we welcomed Isaac Jacobs to our office. Among other talents, he works with parenting, children and couples.
Boice Counseling is located at 572 Titus Ave. in Irondequoit.