It is unethical for therapists to solicit endorsements from past or present clients, and the biggest compliment a client can give to a therapist is a referral to a friend or family member.
With that in mind, I am fortunate to have permission to publish the following unsolicited encouraging statements from clients:
“[Matt] helped me navigate a very difficult period in my life. The healthy, self-affirming perspectives he helped me achieve have persisted and become the foundation for making fresh choices, embracing challenges, and deciding toward happiness.” –Marjorie (2011)
“I wanted to let you know how much I truly appreciate all the work you put in to helping me. Your insight, patience, and empathy have made a difference in my life. I can’t thank you enough.” -Lee (2012)
“It’s funny to me that I forget the work I’ve done with [Matt] until something happens and I’m able to handle things differently and can truly take a step back and realize how far I’ve come. I’ve been able to stick up for myself and feel like I’ve taken on a whole different approach to relationships.” –Catherine (2013)
“We are doing well. We were very fortunate to have [Matt’s] help in repairing our relationship.”
“Your group helped me more than any other therapy I have been in. I have finally reached a point where my anxiety doesn’t control me and where my emotions don’t scare me.” -Andrew (2016)