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Bill Adcock

Bill Adcock

21 years of experience

As a seasoned therapist my experience includes a wide spectrum of mental health issues. I have a network of physicians, mental health providers, and spiritual advisors whose counsel I seek to help provide the best care for my clients. It is my goal to lead clients to ask the right questions and help them find answers that will result in a positive, forward movement in the therapeutic process. My main focus is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but use other modalities when necessary to help clients achieve the change they are seeking. My practice involves, but is not exclusive to, marriage and family counseling, depression, anxiety, bipolar issues, LGBTQ issues, aging issues, workplace issues, mediation etc. I also provide faith based counseling when requested. My practice is open to all regardless of who they are or the issues for which they may be seeking guidance. My goal is to help clients move forward positively, finding coping skills that work well for them. If in the process I or the client determine I am not the right fit, my self esteem is not tied to it. I will help them find someone who may work better for helping them to achieve their goals.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our first session we will have brief introductions and establiish priorities as to what the client wants to accomplish in these sessions together.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

My approach is eclectic, however, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, has been my go to approach with most clients.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I am a great communicator and a great listener. I work well with ages 18 and up. I work hard to meet the client where they are without judgement. I am also one who understands that counselors are not always a good fit for everyone. I encourage clients to be open and honest if they feel I am not the right fit for them. The goal is to help the client move in the right direction and if it takes another therapist to do that I support it 100%. I only want what is best for the client.

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