It’s okay to
not feel okay.

you need a
little help.

Can you relate to any of these?

A toxic/abusive relationship is affecting your mental health.

You need help and healing from a painful experience or trauma.

Stress and worry are burning you out.

You need new coping skills, boundaries, and effective communication.

You’re going through a family or personal crisis or adjustment.

You’re concerned about a family member and need professional guidance.

You set sky-high standards and are successful but often feel like a failure or an impostor. 

If so, I can help.

I’m Maureen McConnell and I’m passionate about helping you become your best self.

Areas of Expertise

Anxiety: General, OCD, Panic Attacks, Social, Perfectionism

Stress and Burnout

Trauma and PTSD

Toxic Relationships and Emotional Abuse

Additional Specialty Areas

Addictions: Work, Sex

Depression: General, Post-Partum


Benefits of Virtual Therapy

I provide virtual therapy over a secure HIPAA-compliant video system.  Found to be as effective as in-person therapy, virtual therapy allows individuals the convenience and privacy of their own homes.

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Embark on a transformative journey towards inner peace with my 8-week course, “The Pathway to Peace:  Leaving Anxiety & Perfectionism Behind.”


“Working with Maureen was a gift. She has tremendous expertise, insight, and a special talent for seeing right to the heart of the matter. She helped me understand myself, my history, my family, and my implicit assumptions about the world. She was both professional and courteous as she challenged me on things I needed to change and cheered me on as I made progress. I highly recommend working with her!”

“I met Maureen at the lowest point of my life. When I saw her picture in her bio, my first impression was, ‘she looks like someone who knows what it means to suffer and come out the other side.’ I was right. I came to her feeling totally out of control of my own thoughts and life, but she wasn’t afraid like I was. And that calmed me. Therapy wasn’t a cure-all but it was most definitely the turning point that changed my trajectory.”