Dr. Annie B. Wilder
Teacher, Trainer, Counselor, Consultant
To provide services that will place you into a position of self-awareness and empowerment --getting you in touch with the person behind the mask (your personality); and, providing a place where you can learn to integrate educational, spiritual and life experiences.
Dr. Wilder loves her work and operates Uncommon Counseling LLC as a business that focuses exclusively on meeting the needs of her clients. Her business philosophy is based on the high quality and excellence she brings when communicating with her clients. Founded on Christian tenets and values, Uncommon Counseling LLC is committed to adhering to the highest ethical standards.
Dr. Wilder delivers her counseling services in the most comfortable and convenient ways -- in-person. via telephone and online. She is available when promised and provides alternative ways for counseling sessions. Clients may opt for an online "live time" session with Dr. Wilder. Online sessions available by appointment. Dr. Wilder does not take her commitments lightly. Along with the personal and professional life experiences she brings to her work she adheres to the statements and promises made in her sessions, workshops, seminars and conferences.
Dr. Wilder does not take her commitments lightly. Along with the personal and professional life experiences she brings to her work she adheres to the statements and promises made in her sessions, workshops, seminars and conferences.
Quality of service is the foundation of Dr. Wilder's practice.
Old Saybrook woman to lead self-esteem support groupAnnie Wilder, of Old Saybrook, will be the facilitator of a self-esteem support group organized by the Women's Center of Southeastern Connecticut ... The group meets from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at Madonna Place, 240 Main St., in Norwich. The meeting is open to the public. Parking and building is located on Franklin Street. Background: Wilder ... has worked at the Women's Center since 2003. She is the mother of three adult children and three grandchildren.
About the group: The group's aim is to empower women and offer tools, education and insight. Victims of domestic violence, said Wilder, need to understand why they get into abusive relationships and recognize the signs of abuse.
Quotable: "My major focus is working with the women at the women's center to empower (them) through education, support and building positive self-esteem. I consider my most valuable asset in this task is my faith and ability to help individuals integrate education, work, spiritual and life experiences."