Welcome to

Seasons Counseling Services​​

counseling, child counseling &
play therapy for adults, children
families in Asheville, North Carolina

Wendy Romero, MSW,LCSW,RPT
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Registered Play Therapist
wromerolcsw {at} gmail {dot} com

828.215.4456


Perhaps you are looking for counseling for yourself, your child or your family.  Things could be better, but you aren't sure where to begin.  The fact that you are here means that you want are searching for answers to improve your life.


Taking this first step, by reaching out to a seasoned counselor, will put you on the path towards living a more meaningful and less stressful life.
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As both a wife and mother, I am all too familiar with the struggles of day to day life, with all its stressors, and the impact that can have on happiness and fulfillment.



I practice what I preach and have been able to simplify my life by learning to set boundaries, prioritize what is important and take care of my family -- without sacrificing my own self in the process.  I can help you to do that too.  Improving family dynamics, including those of children and parents, is what I do best.



Counseling can help you, or your family, by providing you with the tools and skills you need to not only manage the chaos, but to thrive.  I can help you to navigate all of the seasons of life.



If you are ready to begin this journey, and to live a life with less anxiety, please contact me.  I look forward to hearing from you and in helping you to begin to change things for the better.

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"The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination."  --Carl Rogers​​​​

Wendy Romero, MSW,LCSW,RPT​​
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Registered Play Therapist
wromerolcsw {at} gmail {dot} com
828.215.4456

counseling, child counseling &

play therapy for adults, children & families

CONTACT ME
Wendy Romero, counselor, child counselor, play therapist, counseling for children, play therapy

​​795 Merrimon Avenue, Suite #1
Asheville, NC 28804
(in the iconic Toy Box building)