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4 Optum therapists in Montana
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6 years of experience
When depression or anxiety takes over and loneliness sets in, it is understandable to feel hopeless. Sometimes even relationships can lead to unhappiness. In therapy, we will work together to address these issues. Therapy is a journey of learning about your past and present self. This self-exploration helps open the doors to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I work with clients to help you understand your strengths and struggles, which creates a platform to achieve your goals. In order to do that, I believe that the therapist-client relationship is a partnership and it is central to achieving significant progress. I offer a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential space to work through the challenges you are facing. Together we will utilize your strengths to help you achieve your goals while keeping in mind that understanding yourself is essential for growth and change. I use a variety of different techniques, including mindfulness, CBT & DBT techniques to help you gain control of your thoughts and emotions. I believe in a variety of healing modalities outside of the realm of Therapy. I often provide referrals to holistic forms of healing to help the therapy process. If you do not see a time that might work for you, please feel free to reach out and inquire about other times.
7 years of experience
I am a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) in Montana, Colorado (LPC), Texas (LPC), and Florida (telehealth only TPMC524). My educational background consists of a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and a Master of Science in Counseling from the University of Providence (formerly the University of Great Falls). I have a Master’s certificate in Addictions Counseling from Montana State, Bozeman. I am a practicing therapist with adolescents and adults using clinically tested and evidence-based interventions. I have a wide range of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I currently offer individual, family, and group sessions. My therapeutic approach is integrated and tailored to the best needs of the client. Offered are Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered, Solution-Focused, EMDR, and Psychoeducation. The treatment modality emphasizes a sensory ladder program (certification has been currently obtained). I assist adults with learning the skills necessary to assist with day-to-day life in conjunction with mental health issues. My experience has been in a variety of clinical settings including private practice, addiction, and mental health clinics, and school (CSCT). My expertise is in working with children and adults with Autism, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Mood Dysregulation, Anxiety, Trauma and Abuse, Depression, Attention-Deficit, grief, and domestic and sexual abuse I have currently worked with adults and veterans experiencing addictions, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, trauma, couples issues, grief, life transitions, PTSD, CPSTD, domestic violence, sexual assault, and co-occurring disorders. There has been a high rate of success with my clients in achieving their goals. I look forward to meeting you! Lorraine Hellman-Robertson, MSC, LCPC, LPC
20 years of experience
Hello, and welcome! My introduction to the counseling field began while working within therapeutic group homes that served children through adults experiencing mental health struggles. This experience, both enriching and meaningful, inspired my interest in pursuing counseling. I was deeply moved by the varying degrees of challenging life experiences that we are all tasked with navigating and the ways we attempt to cope, gain insight from, and hopefully transform our adverse circumstances. I received my Master of Social Work degree from Portland State University and since, I’ve had the opportunity to assist a diverse range of clients in both inpatient treatment and outpatient therapy settings, and more recently, at a college counseling clinic at the University of Montana. Within these programs, I’ve helped clients address anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, academic challenges, relationships, identity changes, sexuality, and general life stressors. I am grateful that I can work to help individuals navigate the evolving nature of their lives by providing unconditional positive regard, encouragement, and supportive guidance.
I feel that clients shouldn't have to be in therapy forever! While co-creating this process with you, I strive to balance my active listening with imparting active, hands-on techniques to help you reclaim your narrative and overcome obstacles in your path. I feel it's about more water rather than less soda, so to speak, and take both a clinical and holistic approach to helping you enhance alignment and experience deeper fulfillment in your journey. Along with my LCSW, I am trained in EMDR, certified in Theta Healing, Reiki, Transformational Life Coaching, and Therapeutic Touch, and Master Practitioner certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, and Time Line Therapy. I feel I provide a safe space where shame and judgements are left at the door, and we will explore your wants, needs, and feelings with curiosity and compassion. I feel it's very much a co-created process, as you know more about you than I ever will. The work is also far more about our uncovering your truth than you adopting mine. With that said, I have a wide array of modalities and approaches I feel I have quite dialed in, and we can collaboratively determine which tools and approaches best suit your needs. My hope is that our work together will help you feel not only hear and validated, but also empowered and aware of how to eat the elephant on your own going forward. I see this work as us walking side by side, with you gradually taking the lead with me supportively in your corner. If you have something pressing you wish to discuss in session, that will always take precedence. My job is ultimately to actively listen and hold space. With that said, if that's all I was doing, you'd inevitably say, "Robby, you're a nice guy. But I don't know how much we're actually getting done." To that end, I feel it's far more important to determine HOW you think rather than WHAT you think. So it tends to be important for us to explore unconscious limiting beliefs and emotions along with the conscious. You can also expect to learn clear and concise action steps (ranging from mindfulness exercises to creative writing prompts to holistic practices like meditation and breathwork) to help you regulate your emotions and reclaim your narrative. I feel that many people are hesitant to engage in therapy because they perceive a stigma tied to seeking support. After all, the notion of "mentally ill" does have a negative connotation. The way I see it, though the process is not about fixing a broken thing, but rather enhancing one's alignment and fulfillment (and okay, yes, also confronting obstacles to those pieces). But if the focus is on "Where am I trying to get to and how will I know that I got there?" where our work is to simply close the gap between here and there, it can help us leave shame and judgements at the door, and perhaps even enable you to look forward to increased awareness and empowerment in your journey forward.
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