Dustin Lehman, MS, LCPC is a licensed therapist who specializes in providing therapy for couples, individuals, children and groups. Over the past couple of years, Dustin has been accruing hours for licensure as a Clinical Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist under the supervision and guidance of Dr. Bob Bakko, LCPC of Northwest Counseling… Continue reading Dustin Lehman, MS, LCPC, LMFT
Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Individual Counseling for Adults, and Adolescents Lorinne has been providing therapy to children, families and individuals since 1995. She specializes in working with families in crisis, adolescents, traumatized children, & cultural issues. Lorinne also works with women facing depression, family & work issues.
Individual Counseling For Children, Adolescents and Adults Children & Adolescents Gwen Felten specializes in working with children. She utilizes play therapy techniques to address issues with children. Play is the means for developing many essential aspects in our lives such as: coping strategies; expressing feelings; managing anger and frustration; bonding with others; interacting appropriately… Continue reading Gwen Felton, MA, LCPC, PC
Counseling for Individuals Adults, Adolescents and Couples Dr. Bob Bakko is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and has been practicing, in Billings, since 1975. Bob works primarily with problems common to adults, adolescents and couples. These problems may include: depression or mood, trauma, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, victim issues, work related issues, problems with anger… Continue reading Bob Bakko, D.Min, LCPC, PC
No one can force you to forgive. You also can’t be forced into taking vitamins, staying away from abusers, and following your dreams. Let’s get this straight right now. Forgiveness is NOT for the other person. It’s for YOU. When you forgive, you no longer put the energy into the other person, into hoping for… Continue reading Forgiveness is NOT a free pass
Last week I answered a question from a woman talking about divorce. You may have noticed that I didn’t deal directly with her questions about her husband’s behavior, but wrote about divorce, ultimatums, and asking yourself tough questions instead. That’s prioritizing. Deal with the hurting angry person in front of you before you move on… Continue reading Identify and Deal With Passive-Agressive People
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