Paul Renn, LCSW
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I have been working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, and working through significant life changes for years and is something I love doing and value deeply.
When we experience loss, unwanted change, or trauma it can shake our foundations and lead to pain, confusion, and heartache. While we can't prevent life from happening or undo what we've been through, my practice is based on a deeply held belief in the ability for all of us to heal and resume living with meaning and purpose. Recognizing where you're feeling blocked, stuck, or hurt will inform where we focus our efforts. Granting ourselves full permission to feel and express the depth of our feelings is instrumental to healing and growth.
My role is to bear witness to your experience while offering support and encouragement as you recognize and process your feelings. Through curiosity, presence, and attunement I seek to facilitate individual's getting back to living through effectively addressing, expelling, and moving past what has caused pain.
Owning how we feel without asking for permission, learning how to internally validate ourselves, and developing self regulation strategies will help when we experience intense challenges. We can learn to change our narratives and work towards unconditional self love and acceptance. Please trust yourself and your wisdom when doing healing work.
Specialties & Clinical Interests
- Anger Issues
- Grief & Loss
- Men's Issues
- Mental Health Professionals
- Stress/Stress Management
- Acceptance And Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)