Prescott Relationship Center, PLLC

Stop the Pain and Conflict so you can feel Connected, Safe, and Appreciated in your Relationship

This content shows Simple View

Kimberly Reuter, MA LPC NCC CPCS

  • Master of Arts in Counseling, Webster University
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (AZ, GA), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (NM)
  • National Certified Counselor
  • Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor

Kimberly ReuterAs a Licensed Professional Counselor, I believe that it is vitally important to provide individuals with a safe place to promote healthy recovery, growth, and personal development. I find it also critical to promote an environment which encourages the sharing of concerns, feelings, and all other issues which may be impacting one’s life. Through a collaborative process, I partner with my clients in order to assist in exploring and processing everything from present-day challenges to unresolved past trauma.
My professional orientation has been based on the Cognitive Behavioral model however, I believe that there is not a “one size fits all” approach to therapy.

With over 15 years of experience providing behavioral management and mental health services, I utilize integrative therapy techniques in order to meet the individualized treatment needs of each person. I work with adults, couples, families, and adolescents and have extensive experience working with mental health and performance-related issues such as depression, anxiety, anger, relationship issues, grief or loss, personal growth/improvement, developmental/transitional concerns, military family transitions, and addiction and substance-related issues. Through my educational pursuits and my personal life experiences, I have gained a deep understanding of the challenges that life events can unexpectedly throw at us.

NBCC-NCC

These circumstances can throw us off balance in a way that disrupts our lives. The decision to seek counseling can be a very sensitive one that usually occurs at a delicate time. Choosing the “right” therapist for yourself, your child, or family involves the willingness to invest and commit to the process. My approach is strength-based, non-judgmental, and genuine. I will continue to strive to assist those with navigating through life’s challenges.

 

 


If you are worried about your relationship with your partner, please don’t wait. Call us at 928-420-8300 to schedule an appointment in Prescott today.

Make sure to ask about our discounts for active duty military, veteran and full-time teachers in need.





    top