and Depression.

Specializing in Relationships

Carrie Heinze-Musgrove, MA, LCPC



3 Reasons

to take the next step




From your phone, tablet, or computer.


From your home, office, or on the road.


3 Reasons

to take the next step




You and I are the only ones on the team.


No trips to plan or arrangements to make.


3 Reasons

to take the next step




Twenty years of changing lives.


MA in Psych, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.

From wherever you happen to be.

Help when you really need it.

Carrie Heinze-Musgrove, MA, LCPC


Carrie Heinze-Musgrove, MA, LCPC

Is my marriage over?

Is this my fault?

How can I ever trust again?

Why am I drawn to the wrong people?

Will this pain ever end?

I don't think I deserve better.

Are questions like these consuming your thoughts? Sometimes we need guidance to get past emotional turmoil and back on a path towards happiness in our lives.

Imagine your life when your personal needs and desires are once again a priority. When you can effectively communicate what you will and will not accept. When people in your life value you for who you are and not what they want you to be.

My Concierge Therapy practice gives you help when you need it. We meet from wherever you happen to be. Imagine the security of knowing that when a thought consumes you, or when a problem arises, you have access to a licensed therapist to help you navigate your way through.

My services are ideal for busy professionals or for people who simply want the luxury of having a licensed professional available when it is the most convenient and beneficial.

I welcome the opportunity to meet you and begin the journey toward healthy relationships and a happy life.

You have taken the first step. Take the next.

Take the next step.

Is it time for a therapist?

Everyone experiences times of stress, sadness, grief and conflict.   It can be difficult to know whether or not you should seek out a therapist. The simplest answer to this question is how you are managing your day to day functioning.

We tend to think that problems, or our feelings about the problems, will just go away on their own. But this isn’t always the case. If you find yourself not engaging and avoiding your life, then you should talk to a therapist. Anything that overwhelms you or leaves you unable to cope is a good reason to see a therapist.

How is stress interfering with your life? Anxiety, constant worry, fear, headaches, stomach aches, a run down immune system, sleep problems, feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, increased irritability, problems concentrating, changes to appetite, a loss of interest in activities you once loved, feeling disconnected and strained relationships are all good indications that it is time for you to contact a therapist. You don’t need all of these symptoms; one can be problematic.

People often feel they don’t need a therapist because they are smart enough to solve their own problems. We all have blind spots. Intelligence has nothing to do with it. A good therapist doesn’t tell you what to do or how to live your life. A good therapist helps you gain insight into yourself so you can make better choices.

If you are struggling, contact me right now and let’s begin the journey. You deserve to live again.