You might be feeling ‘out of control’ or weighed down by symptoms of anxiety and depression. You could...
You might be feeling ‘out of control’ or weighed down by symptoms of anxiety and depression. You could be struggling with self-esteem or unsure of your life’s purpose. Maybe you are ready to develop a deeper understanding of yourself and wanting to process unresolved issues that are inhibiting your growth and potential. These feelings and experiences are natural when experiencing the ebbs and flows of life, and it is my goal to help you work with and through them.
I integrate mindfulness and creative interventions with elements of cognitive behavioral, existential, and humanistic therapies to help you navigate the complexities of life. I help my clients identify goals, challenge existing and learn new perspectives, integrate strategies, and take active steps toward healing and growth. I aim to foster an environment of compassion, acceptance, and nonjudgment where you can express and explore yourself exactly as you are. In my practice, I have gained the knowledge, education, and experience in working with an array of mental health issues across the lifespan, such as anxiety, depression, grief/loss, adjustment/transition issues, and relational/familial conflict.
You did it! You sought out support, and you made the first step to connecting yourself to someone who can collaboratively help you develop a deeper understanding of you. Working with a counselor isn’t easy, and it takes tremendous courage, strength, and vulnerability to open yourself and your life to another person. I feel honored to be a part of this first step of healing and growth, and I hope to continue to be part of your exploration as you select a counselor that fits
Chuck’s theoretical view is through an Adlerian prism – no judgment, no criticism, but rather teaching resilience, presenting...
Chuck’s theoretical view is through an Adlerian prism – no judgment, no criticism, but rather teaching resilience, presenting new solutions, and finding congruence in all facets of our lives. Chuck uses many different theories and approaches to individualize his treatment unique to you, the individual. Chuck is a Navy Veteran of eight years, Father of three, Grandfather to two, and Husband. He has lived in eight states, traveled many parts of the world, engaged in extreme sports, hunting, fishing, and volunteer work. Chuck does not see Labels (Addicts, Alcoholics, Schizophrenics, Etc.), he sees People. People who are looking for new answers to their questions in life. As a Behaviorist, Chuck sees fear of “something” as what drives every behavior in life; fear of life demands control of life. It is that perceived need for control where people tend to lose control of themselves. Therefore, it is not the original crisis or event that defines us, but our response to it. Chuck does not see people as broken; more that they are in need of more effective and useful coping skills and strategies. Together, you will collaborate on new solutions for your personal journey through life that work for you.
With multiple behavioral health centers across the Intermountain West, our goal is to be as accessible as possible for our clients. Our specialized therapists ensure that each counseling appointment is a neutral and comfortable environment. All counseling appointments are confidential. Please call us today for more information about our behavioral health services or fill out the form below to schedule your confidential counseling appointment.
Hours: M–F 8AM – 5PM
Extended hours available by appointment
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