Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Supervisor: Catherine Nyhan, LPC
I support teens and adults in exploring issues related to trauma, anxiety, depression, and self-worth.
7415 N Oatman Ave
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2019
The world is a stressful place right now, and even more stressful for those who experience anxiety or depression. You may be feeling sad, lonely, nervous, numb, restless, worthless or one of the million other ways anxiety and depression can present themselves to us. I want to support you in your exploration of those feelings, and help you look for ways to let the light in.
The foundation of my counseling practice is humanistic. I see clients as the experts in their own experience, and I take a truly non-judgmental, collaborative approach to helping clients unleash their innate potential for healing.
Using Internal Family Systems therapy, I can help you to identify and understand different parts of yourself that may hold onto burdens from your past. Releasing these burdens can restore balance and harmony among the different parts of yourself, and give strength to your core self.
I completed a year-long internship providing mental health counseling services to high school students, and completed additional studies in counseling children and youth.
I received training in suicide intervention through Lines for Life, and worked as a volunteer crisis worker for four years. I completed additional studies in crisis assessment and intervention.
I have decades of personal experience with depression and learning to manage its symptoms. I also have experience in working to help clients manage the ups and downs that come with depression.
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