Ruth Whitely Phd, LPC-S, BCN, NCC
Dr Whitely is a Licensed Professional Counselor, specializing in Child and Adolescent Therapy, Individual Therapy, and Marriage and Family Therapy. Additionally, Dr Whitely conducts Group Therapy and Animal or Equine Assisted Therapy. Animal and Equine therapeutic interventions are highly effective for at-risk adolescents and resolving issues within families or individual therapeutic issues. Dr Whitely integrates professional services for businesses with Equine Corporate Workshops addressing, team building, problem solving, company growth plans, time management, change management, human resources, and organizational development.
Dr Whitely’s approach focuses on short term therapy, incorporating techniques from various therapies to address the underlying, or root issues, so you become free of the stress and emotional drain of the issues that you are facing, moving you beyond coping to resolution of issues. Dr Whitely’s therapeutic approach is based on current research in the field, addressing your unique needs, incorporating a therapeutic approach that is most efficient for you, to bring your issues to resolution.
Dr Whitely’s goal for clients is to move through therapy in the most efficient, yet comprehensive manner. This approach helps you resolve issues and move into a fuller life, facilitating personal growth.
Contact Dr Whitely to discuss your needs and how her experience and training can assist you in moving beyond these issues towards resolution and healing.
Steve Neal, MS, LPC
Sometimes life gives us a little more than we think we can handle. In those times we either reach out and grow or pull away and pass up the opportunity to know how strong we truly are. I believe in the inherent strength of every individual and I strive to assist my clients in their journey to discover their own power to become the best that they can be. Steve specializes in Individual Therapy, and Marriage and Family Therapy.
Jonathan D. Cadwell, LCDC, LPC-Intern; Supervised by Ruth Whitely PhD, LPC-S
Everyone experiences life differently. Through these experiences we develop belief systems in which we operate our daily lives. Sometimes these are rational beliefs that help us grow as people, and sometimes they are irrational beliefs, or those that cause anxiety and worry. These irrational beliefs often go unnoticed even though we live our lives according to them. Through counseling, people can realize the irrational beliefs they have, dispute these beliefs, and restructure them into rational beliefs for a happier life. Jonathan specializes in individual therapy with adolescents and adults, marriage and family therapy, and group therapy.