Still Water Counseling
Do you want to ...
Feel productive again?
Enjoy the things you used to?
Gain insight and awareness?
Feel more connected and satisfied
in your relationships?
Overcome trauma and begin living
your best life?
Still Water Counseling is here to help.
Adolescent and Adult Individual Sessions
Diagnostic Intake: $225 - 90 minutes
Individual Counseling: $150 - 50 minutes
Still Water Counseling accepts payment by debit/credit/HSA/FSA card, cash, or through a prepaid plan. If you have insurance benefits, we provide superbills.
Meet Your Therapist
Stephanie L. Wilkie-Pirolo, MS, LPCA
It's great to meet you, and I am glad you're here. As a trauma therapist, my passion is walking with others through life's challenges, past, present, and future. My education includes a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling and a BA in Psychology. Although a Charleston native, I have lived throughout the United States. I have experience working with teens, their parents, and adults. I am a proud ally with the LGBTQ+ community.
In therapy you will learn about your inner world, understand your journey, and make the changes that will help you thrive in life. Empathy and connection are vital, and my goal is to ensure you feel safe, accepted, and understood. If you have experienced trauma, this can be even more important to the therapeutic process, which is why I only practice therapies that have been a part of my own healing journey.
You deserve a trauma-informed, compassionate, and effective therapist. My approach is direct and I pride myself in providing empathic, validating, and responsive care. Change is a process, but you don't have to do it alone. Let's work together to discover your best life.
Trauma & the body
Talk therapy is not enough. Incorporating body based techniques can help address symptoms of trauma such as anxiety, dissociation, and panic. Click below to learn an easy technique you can use today to feel more calm.
Trauma and Teens
Due to factors such as brain development, increased stress at school, and having limited control over their environment, adolescents process and cope with trauma differently than adults. Trauma work now can have a significant impact on a teen's future.
"For here there is no place that does not see you. You must change your life."