Martha B. Metzler, LPCA
While a lot of my experience is in adolescent and family counseling within the school system, my heart is to serve anyone who walks through my door. I hope to create a safe, trusting place for my clients to know they can share their struggles in an authentic and raw, and productive space. My heart is to serve the entire person in a holistic way and I desire to give equal attention to the past, present, and future. I tend to lean towards a cognitive behavioral approach with a lot of grace thrown in. I desire to sit in the mess with my clients but then empower and equip them with the skills and coping mechanisms to climb their way out. I have experience working with families and teaching communication skills that will allow the family to healthily navigate conflict and communication differences. I do not believe in an “it’s too late” mentality and I believe redemption can happen at any time, at any age, and despite any wound.
My hope is to equip my clients with as many coping mechanisms in order to manage their conflicts and build resiliency. I consider it an honor to be a part of people’s stories.
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