Matt Dwight, Student Intern with Supervision
Matt is a Student Intern under supervision at Crossroads Counseling.
Relational health has always been a priority to Matt both personally and vocationally. Throughout his education he has grown a passion for walking alongside individuals, couples and families who feel stuck, lost, or even hopeless. Getting married at a young age has also allowed him to develop a unique perspective regarding some of the struggles that are more specific to young couples and newlywed transitioning.
Matt seeks to integrate his Christian faith with therapy by establishing a peace in couple and family relationships reflecting shalom. This means everything in its rightful place, as God intended. In order to reach this peace he will walk with couples and families as they learn about each other and help to foster a compassion that can only come from understanding the emotions and heart behind our partners and family.
Matt has six years of training and education in the field of mental and behavioral health, and has worked with at-risk middle school students as well as high school boys. He approaches therapy from a systems perspective and utilizes Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) with couples and families.
Matt attended Arizona State University where he completed Bachelor of Science degrees in both Psychology and Family and Human Development. He is currently working toward his Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Fuller Theological Seminary.
To schedule an appointment with Matt Dwight, please call 623-680-3486 to set up your complementary 20 minute phone consultation to learn how Matt can help you.
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