John Airsman, MA, LPC

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John W. Airsman is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Missouri. He began his career path years ago by working in the family funeral business, where he served rural families in West Central Illinois. John gained valuable experience in dealing with grief, while serving individuals who had experienced the death of a loved one. In 2005, John left the funeral business, due to some life-changing events; moved to St. Louis, and pursued his education to become a licensed counselor. For the past several years he has worked with adolescents,  addictions, and a variety of other mental issues. John is contracted with the Midwest Institute for Addiction in St. Louis, is an adjunct professor at Jefferson College in Hillsboro Missouri, and operates his own private practice in Eureka Missouri. John is currently pursuing his doctorate in clinical psychology, and plans on becoming a full licensed psychologist in the next few years. His area of expertise include grief, addiction, depression, anxiety, spiritual issues, trauma, and spiritual abuse. 
I focus on the whole person rather than just the symptoms. I do this because each person is unique and beautiful, and there is no cookie-cutter approach to treating the human soul. I have a unique perspective on human difficulties, due to the fact that I have been through a variety of challenges in life. This places me in a position to have a profound sense of empathy and compassion, my own hardships coupled with my clinical training enable me to act as a guide and companion, as we search through the issues of soul and mind, to find solutions and a sense of purpose to life.
Feelings of hopelessness, and a sense of being overwhelmed, are common patterns that humans frequently encounter. Having a skilled and licensed companion to help you navigate through life's impediments; in a manner that teaches you skills, is an investment in yourself that will continue to give back to you and your loved ones throughout a lifetime. Life is difficult. Dealing with the stress of a changing society, coupled with the demands of family, health, money, and social pressures; it is easy to lose focus on values, and what is most important to you. Life is not only hard, but short. Living a life that has meaning, can reduce the complications of life's demands. Allow me to come along side you, and help you live the life you desire.

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Eureka MO