I understand that finding the right counselor can be a daunting task and I hope to help
you in that process. I am dedicated to creating a safe, caring space where you feel
heard and supported. We can work together to explore and identify emotional barriers
that keep you from feeling and living your best, develop more helpful patterns of
thoughts and behavior, improve mood, and reduce overall anxiety. My hope is that our
work together will bring you insights and opportunities for new ways of relating with
yourself and others.
I love working with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds experiencing life
transitions, relational difficulties, mood disturbances, and substance abuse concerns. I
have a particular interest in supporting those individuals and families struggling with
depression, grief and loss, aging, divorce, traumas, and family conflict. My approach to
therapy is not limited to one theoretical framework and is tailored to the specific needs
of each individual. I believe that people are complex and my perspective is holistic.
Everyone has a story by which they live, and my “job” is to help redirect and make
sense of the narrative. I draw from evidence-based treatments including Dialectical
Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness-based approaches.
I provide a safe, genuine, and non-judgmental space in which we collaborate to explore
the unique nature of your struggles.
Brooke Dyekman is a Licensed Associate Counselor. She received her Master's degree
in Professional Counseling with an emphasis of Marriage and Family from Grand
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