Whether you have specific goals or an underlying feeling that something “isn’t right”, doing something about it takes courage. You can do this!

My approach to therapy is based on positive psychology (what’s right with you), mindfulness (learning to develop non-judgmental awareness, inner calm, and positive emotions), and problem solving. I want you to feel better and live a more satisfying life!

No problems are too big, too complicated, or too scary for me. But they might be for you. You don’t have to face them alone.

No one can guarantee that a particular type of therapy or a specific therapist is right for you. The only way to find out is to see for yourself. Since you’re thinking about it, I hope you do, with me or someone else.


I have moved my practice to ONLINE only. With COVID-19 restrictions, I realized that I don’t want to go back to the “way things were.” In addition to other pluses: The convenience of meeting online eliminates the anxiety and stress of traveling to an office for sessions.

FOR VETERANS: I started working online 3 years ago with veterans who have severe PTSD, anxiety, depression, and challenges adjusting to civilian life. I like this work so much, I earned a certification in Telemental Health from the Zur Institute and taken classes in Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy, from the VA. PE is one of the effective treatments for PTSD.

FOR THERAPISTS: are your needs for therapy different now then when you were on the other side of the coffee table? Are you comfortable seeing a therapist in person (local to you) who might know someone who knows someone who knows you? I know, this work is confidential and we protect our client’s confidentiality above all else. But if you are not completely confident that your “case” will not come up in supervision or peer consultation, then this may be the solution for you.

Let’s talk so you can see if this therapy is what you’ve been looking for.


Your relationship with your therapist is important!

Underlying all of the work is trust. So it’s really important that you feel held, heard, and respected. You should be able to talk to your therapist about anything without fear of rejection or criticism: yourself, your relationships, your past, your present, sex, money, death, accomplishments, goals, wants, desires, fantasies, fears, feelings from your perspective, not what you’ve been taught should be, but what is and was.

The way I “do” therapy is called a client-centered (by, for, and about you), interactive (a two-way conversation), transparent (ask questions when you have them), and collaborative (we work together).

Why therapy now?

That’s a great question. You may have thought about starting therapy for a while. Or had an experience recently that made you realize something’s got to change.  Why Therapy Now? 

Wondering What to expect…?

Online video sessions are powered by doxy.me, a secure, private, and HIPAA-compliant platform. Simple to use, you don’t even have to set up an account. doxy.me/lindaenglandmft is my waiting room. You can go to doxy.me/patients to learn more.

About me

When I’m not writing, running, cooking, or hiking, I am working with people like you (and me and all of us) on personal growth, relationships, life transitions, and creating a [more] happy, meaningful life.

I have a lifetime of LIFE experience in addition to my training and clinical experience which I believe has resulted in a modest amount of wisdom and insight. I walk the talk I suggest to all my clients and what do you know? The talk(ing) is effective!