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I'm so glad you're here and that you are ready for the next step in living an empowered and authentic life. 

You've probably been wading through all your options, trying to find a counselor who's a good fit for you in both their expertise and specialty but also in their values, personality, and style. The most influential part of the counseling equation is the relationship you are able to build with your counselor. So take your time reviewing the website and checking in with how my approach would feel for you personally. When you're ready, check my contact me page to see my current availability and we can set up a consultation to see if we are a good match. 

My approach is to help you overcome the obstacles preventing you from living a vibrant, authentic, value-driven life. 

If you're like the majority of the clients I work with, you are learning to know and express yourself more fully, figuring out how to set healthy boundaries and limits, and have a strong desire to reconnect to a sense of meaning, purpose, and confidence in your ability to be the driving force in your life. Whether you are a survivor of early childhood traumas, discrimination/systemic oppression, and/or abusive relationships, a big part of your recovery will likely be restoring the sense of safety within yourself so you can get back to being authentically you.   

Rather than following a generic treatment protocol, I'll meet you where you're at and work with you to build an approach that is safe, curious, and empowering. You'll build new skills and strategies as well as connect with your established strengths and tools to build your confidence in approaching what might be confusing, scary, and heavy topics in a safe way. You'll get to try on alternative viewpoints and strategies to see what fits you now while building access to your own personal wisdom and insight.

My approach to counseling intentionally includes a focus on anti-oppression/liberation. That means we will explore cultural and personal aspects of your identity and the ways in which you experience the world around you. Mental health used to focus on "what's wrong with you" but thankfully we can now recognize much of the way in which people struggle is a response to the adversities and triumphs they've had throughout their lives. We all have unique and important gifts and counseling is a powerful tool to fully appreciate our own humanity, the humanity of others, and the power we each have to change the world.

Please check out my specialty pages to learn more about my approach and my about page to read up on some of my training and educational background.

With greater support, you can find greater balance, fulfillment, and joy. Let's start today!

-Matthew Wolfe, MA, LMHC, MHP-

Contact me to take the next steps!


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