Provides online therapy
daytimes and evenings
Telehealth Counseling only. Be willing to work on issues & see things differently. As every individual, couple & family history is unique. I desire to assist in maximizing your skills while utilizing proven research to meet your desired needs considering your specific situation. I am a National Certified Counselor (NCC).
I have extensive experience in assisting individuals meet personal objectives. I incorporate current / past issues when they interfere with your current goals, designed to enable your current strengths towards a wellness perspective.
I also understand typical family stressors where daily life worries can make things complicated. It can be overwhelming with additional sources of difficulties that may involve anxiety, PTSD, trauma, addictions, etc. Blended families with children involved have unique stressors. Children and extended families of different ages and backgrounds present unique types of challenges & opportunities.
My unique approach comes from being dual licensed as both a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I blend your individual goals with proven researched approaches, designed to meet your desired results. I am EMDR & Theophostics trained.
I specialize in addictions, grief, trauma and crisis, depression and anxiety, relationship issues, anger, resentment, and how these internal areas interfere with relationships. I’m certified in BrainSpotting.
I’m retired military, 23 years active-duty service. I provide counseling to all of the different branches of the military & their families, as I understand the diverse stressors involved. My husband & I were dual-MIL, I have 5 children & 5 grandsons. Three from my Navy son-in-law & daughter, 1 from my AF son & 1 local. I personally understand family difficulties due to the military environment. I’m certified in Military Family Life Counseling (MFLC).
For more information email: Stephanie@MFTtherapy.onmicrosoft.com
military families, areas of trauma / addictions