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LPC - Student
Hello! My name is Emilee, I am currently an LPC student at the University of North Texas. I love my coursework and am excited to complete my program in two years. I would love to focus on providing counseling to LDS females, and am currently interested in the topics of body image, eating disorders, self-esteem, sexuality, and faith transitions.
Perinatal Mood Disorders, trauma/PTSD, adolescents, childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault and related trauma, women's issues, faith transitions/religious related issues, depression, and anxiety.
Individual and group therapy, EMDR, Sandplay and Art Therapy. Licensed in Washington and Michigan, telehealth (online counseling) available.
University of Phoenix
Jeff is completing a Masters of Science - Counseling/Clinical Mental Health program. Jeff is interested in specializing in mood disorders (anxiety and depression), life and faith transition, spirituality, LGBTQ+ challenges, adult issues, family struggles including divorce and family systems trauma, and compulsive disorders.
LGBTQ+ affirming, substance use disorders, trauma, refugee health, depression, anxiety, child & adolescent ADHD, behavioral health (e.g., diabetes, hypertension, insomnia, asthma, etc.), and subclinical concerns.
Integrated primary care behavioral health consultation providing brief intervention and referral to more intensive services as needed (PCBHC model). Child, adolescent, and adult services. Suboxone for opiate use disorders. HRV biofeedback.
1) Individuals who have been unsuccessful in relieving intractable suffering using other therapies, 2) Men who have been told they have "anger problems", or who simply want to feel better, become more emotionally capable in their relationships, 3) Individuals who are experiencing faith crises, or transitioning away from orthodox belief, 4) Individuals and couples who have sexual problems, sexual dysfunction, and/or sexual dissatisfaction, 5) Couples who are stuck in ambivalence about whether to stay and work on their relationship, or separate.
1) Interpersonal Reconstrutive Therapy (IRT), which is an empirically-supported, integrative model (meaning it employs the clinical best practices tailored to the particular needs and characteristics of a person) that begins with a precise case formulation so we can understand together what, exactly, is going on. IRT is especially useful for people who feel trapped in anxiety, depression, and/or anger, and can be useful for people diagnosed with personality disorders.
2) Sex therapy.
3) Discernment Counseling for "couples on the brink," who can't decide whether to try to work on their relationship, or to part.
4) Maturity in religious practice and belief, whether staying in or leaving one's religion.
I specialize in helping clients with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and life transitions, as well as trauma. I am currently working toward my certification in EMDR therapy. My approach is person-centered and I believe that only you are the expert of your life. I utilize a holistic approach in therapy, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with more than 10 years of experience working with clients of all ages from children to adults with a wide range of issues. Therapy can be life changing, and the therapeutic relationship is the most important factor in its success. My goal is to help you discover your strengths to improve your life and current experiences. I believe it is a privilege to do
Couples counseling, faith crises/transitions, mixed faith relationships, trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions/changes, LGBTQ+ affirming.
Individual adults and couples counseling
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist who works with adult individuals and couples in Arizona. I have worked as a therapist, adjunct university instructor, and as a supervisor of other therapists and therapist interns. I have received training in and use a number of approaches backed by solid research for working with relationships, dealing with stress, and addressing past painful experiences. I approach therapy through a collaborative, compassionate, and relational lens.