Clayton Jech, MS, NCC, LPC, CCTP
My goal in counseling is to create a casual and safe place of healing. My theoretical approach is primarily Adlerian. This approach focuses on birth order, parental influences, and family dynamics. I believe that within this therapeutic atmosphere the client can change, guided by faith, hope, love, and humor. I use active listening, empathy, and observation to build a picture of each client’s story and the way they operate in the world. My goal is to facilitate behavior change, to improve the client’s ability to establish and maintain relationships, to enhance the client’s effectiveness and ability to cope. I also incorporate other approaches, depending on the specific need of the client. I am an LPC and NCC with CCTP (Certified Clinical Professional) certification, and I have also been trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy.