Amplitude Counseling, LLC
-Clinical Mental Health
Areas of Expertise
Client Centered Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Grief and Loss
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
I strongly believe that therapy must facilitate a safe and trusting therapeutic environment. A therapeutic environment is an essential building block that assists clients to enter into cognitive and emotional analysis. Identifying the interrelationship of how specific cognitions relate to feelings and behavior often leads to profound change. I have noticed that therapy often becomes enlightening for individuals who are able to recognize how their affective behavioral patterns relate to their thought patterns. Personal phenomenology is unique and shaped through the experiences we encounter on a moment to moment basis. Therapy is a place that welcomes all types of experiences. My hope is that clients accomplish their goals through the use of powerful therapeutic interventions along side a nurturing/ healthy therapeutic relationship.
My name is Ken Thresher and Amplitude Counseling, LLC is my private practice. I believe that each person has a unique and powerful life testimony filled with examples of strength and perseverance.
Amplitude in physics refers to "the maximum extent of a vibration or oscillation, measured from the position of equilibrium" (Oxford Dictionaries, 2014)
Please contact me if you are interested in discussing therapy as an option. I offer a brief phone consultation free of charge, during our conversation you will have a chance to give an overview of what you would like to address in therapy, along with any questions you might have. During our conversation, I will describe briefly how my therapeutic orientation relates to your specific needs and how counseling might help alleviate distress. We can determine at that point if we are a good match in therapy. If you decide to contact me by phone or email, please leave your name, number, and a brief description of why you are seeking therapy. Please do not disclose protected health information in your initial message.