What do you want? What’s in your way? I would be honored to help you navigate these questions. The process can be messy, which is why I hope to offer an open space in which you are free to make a mess, make mistakes, and discover new ways of living. The healthiest version of yourself is within reach.
I have worked for the past 6 years in a variety of clinical mental health settings: inpatient treatment center for individuals with dual diagnoses, group home for adult men with schizophrenia, court-mandated substance abuse recovery program for adolescents, and wilderness therapy for young adults. I am open to working with any person who feels I might be a good fit for them. Issues that we focus on in session could be: anxiety, depression, addiction, body image issues, disordered eating, LGBTQ+ issues, family of origin, religious trauma, suicide, grief, and trauma around issues of sex, race, health, or violence.
Theoretically, I have implemented Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with both groups and individuals, but also utilize Narrative, Existential, and Gestalt modalities.
Joseph teaches and facilitates meditation and mindfulness programs for adults and children, and has spent a total of 30 days in silent Vipassana retreat.
He holds a Bachelor’s from the University of Tennessee in Linguistics and Political Science, and is a second year graduate student at Adam’s State University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. He is working towards licensure as a LMHC.
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