As humans, we are complex and dynamic beings. It is natural to experience a disconnect from time to time. Life and the relationships we hold close to us, by mere virtue of their existence, can bring about difficult challenges. We often experience intense emotion as a result. The important aspects of these times are how we work to manage our conflict, emotions and create more of a connection with ourselves and with others.
What You'll Gain
–Increased awareness on how you want your life and relationships to be better
–A stronger relationship with yourself and others
–Tools and skills to better acknowledge, manage and communicate your emotions
–Strategies to better manage conflict
–Support and compassion
You will experience a caring environment in which to address conflict (internally or externally), explore new possibilities and create more opportunity. Calyn Crow is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Master Addiction Counselor (MAC), National Certified Counselor (NCC) and Trained Mediator. She specializes in conflict resolution. She has been practicing in the mental health field for over 15 years. She is an international presenter on Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and has written several publications on her work with individuals and families.
About Calyn Crow, LPC, MAC, Mediator
Prior to starting private practice, I provided my expertise as a mental health clinician to the Department of Defense. I consulted and coached on professional and organizational development. I provided therapeutic counseling services around the world to adolescents and families, individuals from all branches of the military, their families, schools, and child development centers. Prior to my work with the DOD, I assisted families with issues pertaining to substance mis-use/abuse disorders. I am known for my commitment, hard work and compassion to helping individuals and families regardless of the situation. Currently, I provide therapy and mediation services.
Bachelor of Science, Psychology- Colorado State University, May 1995
Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education- University of Colorado, August 1999
LPC: License #3101
MAC: License #5774
NCC: License #56989