About Darlene Cross
Are you suffering from grief and loss after the passing of a loved one? Do you often find relationships or communication amongst friends, family, or colleagues frustrating or strained? Are you struggling with chronic illness? Alternatively, have you been feeling the need for some individual, one-on-one counseling? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Darlene Cross could be the right fit for you.
Darlene Cross is a licensed mental health professional, in practice since 1998, located in Henderson, Nevada. Contact her today to see how she can help you find your way through grief and loss, depression, communication challenges, troubled relationships, and more. To learn more details about my counseling services, please visit my counseling pages for Individuals and Couples.
Darlene is also an accomplished business consultant providing executives with career counseling, executive coaching, or business consulting. You can learn more by visiting the Business Consulting page.
Darlene Cross holds a master’s degree in Counseling from UNLV and undergraduate degrees in Business and Human Resources.
Yesterday I was clever and wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself. — Rumi
Sjogren’s Foundation National Patient Conference
Denver, Colorado | April 13th, 2018
“…the 2018 keynote address was given by Darlene Cross, MS, LMFT, who spoke about coping with loss through chronic illness… Her uplifting and fun-loving presentation focused on ways to deal with the diagnosis of a chronic illness and while Sjogren’s can change a certain aspect of your life, it cannot define who you are or dictate your destiny.”
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