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Andrea Earle, LPC-MS Fortunate to assist as you find your path to healing through dedication & collaborative work
Licensed Professional Counselor in Denton, TX
There is no one singular client whose experience and reality is applicable to all. Each person, individual, couple, even family is a collective gathering of life. Thus there can not possibly be only one manner in which we should approach therapy. I will use any therapeutic tool, training, or technique to help my clients. Clients are as different as their personality and my therapeutic approach is tailored to their individual needs.
Everyone has needs and wants and those are never more important than in couple’s therapy. I approach couple’s counseling with the couple in mind. While I take into consideration the individual, I very much see the relationship of the two individuals involved as it’s own entity that needs to be nurtured and grown.
It’s always about the reality of roles and history when you’re doing family therapy. Everyone is of course an individual with ideas, wants, needs and rights but the family is a beautiful menagerie of all those things. That means everyone has a voice, a place, a consideration. Family therapy is about being heard and validated and finding the balance inside a multidimensional dynamic that is healthy and functional for everyone involved.
As a survivor myself this issue is what triggered me into my own personal therapeutic journey. I know the issues here not just from education and training but from a first hand and personal understanding. I can promise you healing in this area is not just powerful but transformative. Breaking the cycle of shame and guilt, of secrets and lies, validates and strengthens not just your soul but your mind and your heart.
Abuse can take on a variety forms and the impact can be devastating. From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to Generalized Anxiety Disorder, as well as a million other issues in between, the effects of abuse can be life long and far reaching. I specialize in all of these areas including verbal, emotional, mental, physical and sexual abuse.
I specialize in relationship therapy because it is absolutely necessary. All of us are a part of something bigger whether that’s a partnership, a friendship, a marriage, a family, a work environment or society as a whole and within those very simple and profoundly complex unisons issues can and do arise. What is essential is we have the tools and skills to navigate them. That is why I spend so much time in training and educating myself to be a leader in this area.