Michelle Huntley, Student Intern with Supervision
Michelle Huntley is Student Intern at Crossroads under supervision.
Inspired by her belief that the divine is reflected in every person, Michelle accompanies her clients on their journey—wherever they may be—and empowers them to become more of the person they are meant to be.
Michelle completed a 6-month internship at the Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ, and is experienced in: substance and process addictions; sex addiction; trauma; betrayal trauma; attachment wounding; codependency; boundary issues; intimacy issues; anxiety; depression; grief and loss; personality disorders; life transitions; couples, family, group, and individual therapy; emotion regulation; coping and life skills; and psychoeducation.
Michelle is finishing training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), a trauma modality and recently began the certification process in Emotionally Focused Therapy. Michelle also incorporates ideas and interventions from solution-focused approaches, attachment theory, experiential therapy, structural therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Michelle will earn her Master of Science in Marriage Family Therapy with a specialization in Medical Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary in June 2019. She graduated from The George Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Prior to entering the therapy profession, Michelle spent a decade working for education and philanthropic causes. She brings her passion for servant leadership and service to her work as a clinical intern at Crossroads Counseling.
To schedule an appointment with Michelle Huntley, please call 623-680-3486 to set up your complementary 20 minute phone consultation to learn how Michelle can help you.
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