On life’s journey, only we can decide how we will write our story. The choices we make along the way can be especially difficult during complicated, challenging, and painful times. Therapy provides a place where it is possible to learn to navigate challenges, understand how to handle pain and suffering, and find the calm within, despite the storm and chaos surrounding us. From there, we are better prepared for the journey and can write the story of that journey according to our own values and what brings meaning to our lives.
Stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief/loss, changes in relationships, illness/health problems, pain, thinking problems, adjusting to major life events, are just some of the challenges experienced by clients I have worked with in my career. Together, we explore the way thoughts, feelings, and actions contribute to suffering and what can be changed in order to live fully.
Clint began his graduate education at the University of Alabama in cognitive psychology and applied behavior analysis with a focus on how learning and memory processes operate across the life-span and in developmental/intellectual disorders. After spending time working in neurorehabiliation, he returned to school and obtained a Master’s Degree in Agency Counseling at the University of Alabama-Birmingham, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (AL#2015). He is a member of the Alabama Counseling Association, the Alabama Mental Health Counselors Association, and served as President of the Alabama Association of Adult Development & Aging. He has held certifications in telehealth, trauma, and as an advanced alcohol and drug counselor.