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About Your Counselor, Juliette Anderson

Juliette specializes in Individual, Marriage & Family Therapy, Grief Recovery, and Life Crisis Support. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, National Board Certified Counselor, Military & Family Therapy Specialist, and Certified Grief Recovery Specialist.

Upon completing her graduate training in Individual, Marriage & Family Counseling, Juliette opened her practice in the medical offices of a physician specializing in diagnostic and internal medicine, where she addressed the counseling needs of his patients.

Juliette has since worked closely with physicians, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and other healthcare professionals. She believes in the importance of integrating counseling with medicine, the arts, education, and the experience of nature in the treatment of the whole person, a healing approach she describes as "a hospital for the human heart.”

Juliette, committed to the growth and well being of her patients, believes in more than enabling people merely to live with their problems. She brings her professional skills and training into the counseling experience to facilitate genuine transformation in her patients' lives. She is also able to walk alongside those seeking a deeper experience of faith in their lives and relationships.

At the center of Juliette Anderson's counseling is her understanding that lasting change flows from the experience of unconditional love at work in a person's life.



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