Many factors may motivate individuals to seek out assistance. Libby Sullivan believes we should not have to endure our struggles alone. With compassion, she offers feedback which leads to growth and insight. Libby has a passion for providing a safe and welcoming space for her clients to experience positive change.
Libby uses various techniques to meet her clients where they are at. A focus for Libby, is person-centered therapy. This means she takes no authority over her clients. Rather, she sees the client as the expert in the room of whom she wishes to learn from and understand. A second focus for Libby, is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. In this, Libby utilizes mindfulness, tailored to each client, met with behavioral changes and analysis. ACT can be especially beneficial in major life changes or unexpected life forces. Finally, Libby uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for behavioral change and mental reframing. CBT can be beneficial in nearly any stage of life.
Libby utilizes these techniques and many more to remain flexible with her clients. Libby feels it is important to adopt several techniques that can apply to many different needs and concerns. She never sees therapy as a “one size fits all” experience. Libby believes therapy should be a custom-tailored experience for each person who is welcomed into her office, for each new day.
At Foundations Counseling, Libby Sullivan works with a wide variety of clients who may be seeking services that include: Mental Health and Wellness, Adolescents and Teens, Individual Counseling, Life Transitions, and Relationship Dynamics.
Libby has a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Denver and two Bachelor’s Degrees, one in Psychology and one in Anthropology from Marquette University. Libby utilizes techniques from Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Libby has been involved in supporting clients for several years. She began working with individuals seeking assistance in re-entering society once they served their allotted time in prison. While there, Libby was inspired to continue to an advanced degree in psychological counseling. She has extensive experience working with individuals experiencing trauma, anxiety, and struggles with boundaries.
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