Thank you for visiting my practice. I am a dedicated clinician here to help clients achieve personal growth throughout the counseling process and provide a safe and comfortable setting. Currently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am only providing services through distance therapy using a HIPAA compliant video/audio platform. I am able to work with clients throughout the State of Ohio. I use current research-based therapeutic interventions that address each client's needs. I strive to keep up with the latest research and techniques by continuing to attend many workshops from experts in the field. Some of my recent workshops have included week long advanced trainings with Harville Hendrix developer of Imago Couples therapy, Richard Schwartz developer of Internal Family Systems, and Kelly Wilson co-developer of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
In practice, I successfully help many clients work through difficult times in their lives to achieve positive outcomes. I work often with those who have experienced anxiety, depression, anger issues, relationship problems, PTSD, OCD, grief, social phobia, and panic disorders. I also work with clients who are struggling with transitional life situations including separation, divorce, work related issues, and caregiving stress. And, I am also usually working with many college students, and I understand the many obstacles and stress students face. I am dedicated to helping clients achieve personal success in the therapy process by identifying ways to create change, providing necessary tools, addressing specific needs and goals, and using personal empowerment. What I believe makes the difference in my therapy approach is being professionally personable, with a commitment to helping clients, and the ability to make all clients feel comfortable in the therapeutic process.
Shawn D. King, Ph.D., MScM, MSW, LISW-S CEAP
507 Richland Avenue, Suite #203A,
Teletherapy - Practice Area - State of Ohio
Athens, OH 45701
Ohio license I.1101401
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