Laura enjoys helping adults overcome depression, anxiety, thought disorders, trauma and substance use disorders. She strongly supports the recovery model...Read More
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Completed in 1997
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Laura enjoys helping adults overcome depression, anxiety, thought disorders, trauma and substance use disorders. She strongly supports the recovery model to promote independence, rather than simply managing symptoms, and she uses brief therapy when appropriate to quickly modify the way one thinks, acts, and feels. She has experience helping people with dual diagnosis, coexisting mental health and substance use disorders.