Jeff Crouch, LCSW

          Social Worker

          Couples Therapy, Play Therapy, Hypnosis

Support for Substance Use Disorders

 

 

“When clients first come for therapy, they often feel nervous not knowing what to expect. I will help them feel more at ease with the process. I will either ask them questions or if they prefer they can tell me what’s going on within them and in their life. By the end of the first session, we will have a good idea of what areas they want to focus on to feel well.

 

“My belief is that most couples can learn to communicate well and grow close emotionally, physically and spiritually. I guide couples to listen to each other and understand one another. Couples who work on their relationships usually feel closer to one another than at any other time in their marriage.

                 

“I have twenty years of therapy experience. I have worked in a hospital and at a school as a therapist. I have worked in private practice for over 13 years. I have experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of problems and issues including: ADHD, grief, substance abuse, behavioral problems and anger. I also have over 15 years of experience providing therapy for couples struggling with communication, infidelity, intimacy issues. I use a variety of therapy modalities to fit each person’s needs including: hypnosis/imagery, cognitive and experiential.

 

“I had a client recently who was suffering from anxiety and depression and she told me that she felt better about herself and peace with herself. I also had an adult come to me with symptoms of ADHD and anxiety. With counseling and medication, she has been able to function and feel good about herself.

 

“I saw a child who was 8 years old having problems with his behavior at home and in school. At the end of treatment, he was doing much better in both arenas.

 

“I have seen children with ADHD. Their parents struggle with giving them medication. Whatever parents decide regarding medication, I will work to help their child function and gain improved self-esteem.”

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