Deep within our mind spins a story. That story triggers the thought - feeling - action sequence that drives the reality we experience. For those dealing with depression and anxiety that sequence leads to lower levels of enjoyment, family conflict, relationship issues, social isolation, unemployment, addiction, and legal problems. One in five U.S. adults experience this on some level, fifty percent of mental illness begins by age fourteen, and the CDC reports nearly one in five youths (ages 14-18 years) has seriously considered attempting suicide.

The desire for positive change has never been stronger,
nor has the ability to change.

Take Control. The clinical term is neuroplasticity, wherein thought patterns that are not serving you are replaced by ones that are. The approach is forged from the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) platform, and builds from the reality that our brain responds to what it is directed to respond to. Looking to create a more fullfilling reality? Start by creating a more fullfilling story - A Vision. The key to it sticking is repitition.



 

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Timm is a licensed professional counselor who holds a Masters in Counseling from Western Connecticut State University. Using an eclectic approach, Timm blends modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Positive Psychology (PPT) with the goal of assisting clients realize more in their life. With field experience within addiction recovery, residential and outpatient treatment settings, mobile crisis response teams, and corrections, Timm looks forward to helping you to create a more fulfilling reality, starting with the creation of a more fulfilling story - A Vision, YOUR Vision.

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Modalities used:

  • Crisis Intervention Intake and Assessment Treatment
  • Planning Case Management
  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) 
  • Solution-Focused Techniques
  • Positive Psychotherapy (PPT)
  • Group Facilitation

‚ÄčTimm currently holds Certificates in:

  • Positive Psychology: A Visionary Science University of Pennsylvania
    Martin E.P. Seligman, Ph.D.
  • Positive Psychology: Apps & Interventions University of Pennsylvania
    James Pawelski, PhD.
  • Community Crisis Response Team Training. National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)