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Hmmm, what can I say about this man that will convey why he's such an asset to the field he's chosen to do good work in, without writing a book that is so long you eventually lose interest? I guess I'll just say that if not for Richard, you wouldn't be reading my words today as I'd be long dead. If you are someone who is ready to be brave enough to do the work for (an) issue(s) that affect your quality of life, and are open minded enough to attempt to trust a professional to help you, Richard is a great place to start. More details? On top of being a great diagnostician (from 1999 to 2011 I saw 10+ therapists and none prior to Richard could properly diagnose me - a lot of money wasted on not a lot of resources over those years - Richard should collect ALL of their paychecks!), Richard is very flexible. He approaches therapy with regard to the human sitting across from him, and while the stigma is that "therapy is just for rehashing the past and crying it out", Richard can let you vent or help you see other perspectives so you'll gain insight into your issues, but he also works with other options; sometimes we've practiced deep breathing techniques so I can stop a panic attack quicker while in between sessions, and other times we've spent back to back sessions with him at his white board, never condescending but always teaching more about the theory of what happens in your head when you i.e. get mad and get the urge to maim someone instead of handle anger like "a normal person". In short, if you're willing to put in the time, you'll find yourself in an emotionally safe and genuine-feeling environment to not only vent and process what's "going on in your head" but also learn new skills, ways of thinking, and be encouraged to practice them for as long as it takes and you're no longer in need of such guidance, but now doing it on your own! THANK YOU to Richard in case you ever read this, because really, there *are* no other words and so I cannot say those two enough.
I paid a visit to this shop during July for some supplies I needed. I went back in October to have a reading done. I don't do many reviews on restaurants or shops however I feel the need to review La Caridad. This shop is in the perfect location in San Antonio. It is set up in a boutique area so the shop itself is set up as a boutique something I loved the first time I visited. Monica who runs the front of the store is so friendly and helpful you feel no uncomfortness or pressure while here. I had my reading done by their shops Babalawo. Now being familiar with the religion I expected my reading to be done by a Santero/a or a Spiritualist never in a million years did I think I would get a reading from a Babalawo. It was a truly remarkable experience. I have visited a few shops in San Antonio for supply but none have made me feel at home or as comfortable as La Caridad.
All the employee here are sweet nice and they always have a smile on there faces I love shopping here I'm so happy we have friendly staff that work at this store. Nor like family dollar most of the employee's are very rude and unprofessional they're always looking like they've had a bad day even if their days just started they look so miserable it's so sad... here @ Dollar General when you walk in you get Hi or good moring or good afternoon you they ask you if you need help with anything there very friendly and like I said there's smiley faces everywhere keep doing a good job..☺