Professional Counselor Associate
Supervisor: Tara Sanderson, PsyD
I provide individual counseling to help you cope with stress and adjust to life transitions.
3800 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
Suite 152 E
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2014
I often work with caregivers and helping professionals. It is often easier to focus on taking care of others than to take care of ourselves. I can help you learn to prioritize yourself so you have energy to continue taking care of others. We may explore your boundaries and ways to improve communication with those you care about. I focus on working with individuals, so you can clarify your values, and how they may be different from those of your family.
I use a solutions-focused approach to help you identify your strengths and work toward your goals. I provide time each session to reflect on what was most helpful, and clarify what you want to work on between sessions.
I regularly use cognitive behavioral techniques to help clients challenge negative thought patterns.
My practice focuses on helping you understand yourself better and clarifying your personal values. I can help you become aware of the patterns in your life, so you can make intentional decisions about how you want to live your life.
Caregiving can be stressful, and it is important to take care of yourself so you have the energy to support the other important people in your life. You may also have conflicting emotions about your role as a caregiver, and I provide a safe place for you to express all of your feelings.
Anxiety often involves ruminating on the past or worrying about the future. During counseling we will practice mindfulness exercises to allow you to stay grounded and present.
I am familiar with earth-based spiritual traditions, and can help you explore the role you want spirituality to play in your life. I respect all religious traditions, and recognize that you can be spiritual whether or not you consider yourself religious.
Camille Keith, MS, NCC has not posted any group sessions.
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