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Offering Light and Hope During Dark Times
With my 35 years of experience, credibility, and skills, I consider myself an above-average counselor and therapist.
Why Work With Me
With my 35 years of experience, integrity, and skills, I consider myself an above-average counselor and therapist. I don’t just talk to my clients and discuss their problems, I invest in them. My counseling and therapy sessions are tailored to assist clients of all ages and walks of life. Rest assured I would go the extra mile to make my clients feel that I truly care for them.
Dawn D. Crocco
MS, Professional Counselor and Recovery Coach
– Certified Counseller
My Approach & Philosophy
In doing private psychotherapy as a mental health and substance abuse professional since 1982, my solid communication skills and well-honed assessment abilities are always informed by a basis in Christian counseling. My clients’ goals are my explicit focus and making services accessible is my calling. Accordingly, I offer fee negotiation with demonstrated need.
After earning my Master’s degree in Clinical Counseling from Cairn University in 2004, I began work in Human Services right away and invested sixteen years in direct pastoral counseling. I continued additional counseling and coaching work throughout the passing years – as clinical case manager, primary therapist for individuals, couples and families, group therapist, and as a therapist for impaired health care professionals.
My therapy and coaching work is also informed by the experiences parenting my 31-year-old daughter, my 35-year-old son and his 2-year-old daughter, my granddaughter. My son is the Head Baseball Coach for a small liberal arts college near Greenville,South Carolina and my daughter is a Medical Assistant and involved in many activities using her musical gifts with voice, guitar and choral groups in SanDiego, California.
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