Licensed Professional Counselor (Candidate) (LPC-C)
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Lauren creates a welcoming environment, encouraging clients to share their experiences, find the support they need, and reclaim wellness and joy.
Lauren believes that you, the client, are the expert in your own life. She’ll help you reclaim your own inner wisdom and inner strength. In addition, Lauren will teach you new and lasting skills, and show you how to make the changes learned in session last a lifetime.
Lauren currently works with individuals of all ages who present with issues such as depression, anxiety, grief, loss, low self esteem, or a desire for improved coping skills. Her passions include working with young adults who suffer from depression, anxiety, low self esteem, family/relationship struggles, and issues surrounding sexuality/gender identity. In addition, Lauren has experience working with individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, and has grown very passionate about this population.
Lauren’s approach to therapy is rooted in the strengths-based perspective including Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Supportive Therapy, and Family Systems/Structural Therapy. She has worked in both in- and out-patient settings, as well as in schools and hospitals.
Lauren’s Clinical Training and Experience
Lauren attended Indiana University in Bloomington IN where she obtained two bachelor’s degrees, one in Psychology, the other in Criminal Justice. Lauren also has extensive interest in gender studies and minored in this area during her undergraduate training. Lauren’s masters degree is in Social Work, which she completed in 2009 at Indiana University Purdue University in Indianapolis, IN.
Lauren and her husband moved to North Carolina where she worked for 2 years in school settings and 2 years in a privately owned outpatient mental health agency. In the school system, Lauren ran small mental health groups for students struggling with issues ranging from bullying to low self esteem to family discord. In her private practice setting, Lauren worked with a variety of individuals and developed a specialty practice working with individuals and families affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities.