Shoshanah Zucker (LPC)
Licensed in: Colorado
My practice philosophy is that everyone has good in them. I meet people where they are, find that good, and help them use it to improve their lives. When a client meets with me, they will find me non-judgmental, kind, and gentle. I like to meet people where they are at and use their strengths to help them move forward toward healing. This is a partnership so I will never force a client to discuss something that they don’t want to. Instead, by creating a safe place to step outside of their comfort zones I help them to confront their difficulties with my support.
Shanah Maduff Zucker, LPC, CCTP, CPRP specializes in working with survivors of trauma to rebuild self-esteem, reestablishing self-confidence, and ownership of the self after trauma. Her other specialties include coping skills, anxiety, depression, de-escalation from panic attacks, and self-esteem issues. She approaches therapy from a trauma-informed, client-centered, perspective: focusing on genuineness, empathy and helping clients connect their thoughts, feelings and actions using cognitive behavioral therapy and narrative therapy. She enjoys working with people individually and in a group therapy setting.
Writing, Reading, Knitting, Walking, Spending time with my family
Adjustment Disorder, Agoraphobia, AIDS/HIV, Anxiety, Depression, Domestic Violence, Dysthymic Disorder, Eating Disorders, Grief, Panic Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Postpartum Depression, Sexual Abuse, Stress Management, Survivors Of Suicide, Trauma
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Approach, Motivational Interviewing
Insurances accepted by Shoshanah Zucker
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