Pamela Larkin | LCPC
If you are looking for healing, restoration and an opportunity to find your voice, then this is the place for you. You are not alone. What you are currently experiencing, thinking, and feeling matters. So many of us wrestle with thoughts and feelings centered around the questions of “Who am I?,” “What does the world (my family, friends, community, church, ethnicity, culture, and gender) say about me?,” If you ascribe to spiritual beliefs, you may also be wrestling with how to integrate those beliefs with your current feelings.
Thankfully, these questions do not have to be examined alone! Therapy can offer a safe place to have greater awareness of yourself and feel empowered to face struggles. Whether your distress leads you to feeling: hopeless, insecure, fatigued, or anxious- there is hope for you here.
I have experienced growth and transformation in my own life because of the comfort I received. It was the calming presence, validation, and introduction of new ways of thinking and being that led me to experience compassion and empowerment. It is this comfort I hope to extend towards you to experience.
I offer a person-centered and recovery focused approach when engaging with others in therapy. I utilize motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and emotion focused techniques to help you explore and understand who you are. All of these so you can use tools to cope with what you’re experiences.
Inviting someone to walk with you in your life is a courageous step. I count it an honor and privilege to journey with you. And I believe that all people and relationships can be made new and well. Call me today to schedule an appointment or brief free phone consultation.
M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College Graduate School, Wheaton, IL
B.S. in Science in Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
B.S. Concentration in Human Development and Psychological Service, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Pam’s Areas of Specialty
Depression & Anxiety
Ethnic Identity Development & Cultural Issues
Support to Helping Professionals
Severe Mental Illness
Young Adults wrestling with: Identity, adjustment, or suffering 1st Episodes of mental illness
Clinical Supervision for LPC
Dating and Relationships
Insecurity & Confidence Building
Articles by Pam
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