Abbie Poush – MSE
Sometimes life’s events can leave you feeling wounded, unworthy, and broken. Yet I believe it is your brokenness that makes you whole. When you open yourself to one who offers non-judgment, safety, and warmth, the chaos within will begin to quiet and you will rediscover inner peace and clarity. I believe healing leads you back to your truest self, without the baggage, pressures, and the lies you’ve picked up along the way; remembering that you are loved, worthy, and whole. Like Brene Brown once said, “Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.”
I take insight from narrative therapy, trauma informed cognitive behavioral therapy, and person centered therapy to create a safe and collaborative environment to explore your specific situation, concerns, and goals. Together we will bring healing to old wounds, explore new patterns of thinking, deepen self-acceptance, and develop skills to manage the stresses of life.
I have a special interest in trauma, self-discovery, depression, anxiety, career counseling, shame and resiliency, and spiritual searching. I work with children, teens, adults, as well as those in the LGBTQ+ community and various religious backgrounds.
- MSE - University of Wisconsin, Superior
- B.S. - University of Northwestern
- American Psychological Association
- MAP Behavioral Health Center