MUV Counseling’s focus is on helping our clients remove the psychological barriers to wellness and peace of mind. We specialize in helping clients overcome loss of self, anxiety, and depression in a matter of months rather than years; increase acceptance; experience the present; and live with more purpose.
We provide several therapy settings to fit the client’s needs, including Walk + Talk, in-office, and in-home sessions for individuals in Arizona.
walk + talk
MUV Counseling now offers Walk + Talk therapy. Instead of meeting in a traditional setting, the client and the therapist have their session while walking outside. Walk + Talk therapy helps reduce fear, anxiety, and feelings of intimidation some may feel when coming into an office for therapy. Additionally, this form of therapy is particularly helpful for people feeling trapped in a life or role that doesn’t fit them anymore.
Why walk + TALK CAN WORK FOR YOU
Our mind is connected to our body, and when our body moves, our mind is more open to the present moment and change.
Walking can be a mindfulness exercise in allowing the horizon to keep one present, helping those who need to be outside the confines of four walls.
Being outdoors often soothes the mind and shifts our thinking to increase clarity.
Helping MUV your mind.
selena soni | Founder
Selena Soni, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in helping clients overcome loss of self, anxiety, and depression in a matter of months rather than years, so that they can experience the present, live with more purpose, and increase acceptance. My experience spans approximately 15 years in the mental health field. I have a Bachelors Degree from Portland State University (1999) and a Masters Degree in Social Work from Arizona State University (2005). I have worked in a variety of treatment settings, including inpatient psychiatric hospitals, level-one trauma centers, community crisis response, private practice, and in-home counseling. Having worked as a Clinical Social Worker for more than 10 years, my training is rooted in social learning theory and has focused on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and I specialize in adjustment to medical or psychiatric diagnoses and anxiety. Today I offer individual counseling for adults struggling with new medical or psychiatric diagnoses, loss of identity, anxiety, agoraphobia, depression, grief, co-occurring issues, and anyone who hopes to improve their ability to be present.