Cathy Conway

LCPC, SEP (Telehealth only)

    “I am passionate about helping you experience a freedom I’ve found – a freedom from burdens and wounds that hold us back from being the people we want to be and were created to be. We are made for relationships, specifically to have the kind of relationships that are joy-driven, mutually respectful, and thriving. I am privileged to walk along side of you, upholding your importance and worth as I collaborate with you in progressing towards your goals. My approach is client-centered, strengths-based, and integrative with a focus on identity and value. I enjoy working with adults, whether it’s through counseling, coaching, and /or mentoring. Specialized training in trauma has helped me deeply understand the integration of body, mind, and spirit. I am certified as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and have received additional training in the touch element of SE. (Whether or not we use touch is entirely up to you.) I also can facilitate Immanuel Prayer and Christian Counseling if a client chooses to integrate their faith into treatment. Utilizing a large clinical “toolbag” from my twenty years of experience in a variety of settings, helps me to collaborate with you as we recognize your internal resources and build with them. Issues I work with include adoption, anger, anxiety, boundaries, burnout, codependency, depression, loneliness, parenting, phobias, relationships, self-esteem, sexual abuse, singleness, stress management, spiritual integration and trauma. I believe we continue growing and developing who we are throughout our lifespan, and it’s an honor to be with you on this part of your journey!”

    Education & Certifications

    • Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
    • Master of Counseling Psychology, Trinity International University
    • Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP)
    • Brainspotting Therapist
    • Immanuel Prayer Practitioner

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