Abbie Poush – MSE
When life events leave us feeling wounded, unworthy and broken, Abbie knows it’s our brokenness that makes us whole. Abbie approaches individuals with a non-judgmental, safe and warm environment with the goal to create inner peace and clarity. She knows healing can lead individuals back to their truest self, without the baggage, pressures, and the misconceptions about ourselves we’ve picked up along the way; remembering that we are loved, worthy, and whole.
Inspired by Brene Brown’s message, “Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light”, Abbie works with clients by healing to old wounds, exploring new patterns of thinking, deepening self-acceptance, and developing skills to manage the stresses of life. She takes insight from narrative therapy, trauma informed cognitive behavioral therapy, and person centered therapy to create a safe and collaborative environment to explore specific situations, concerns, and goals.
Abbie has a special interest in trauma, self-discovery, depression, anxiety, career counseling, shame and resiliency, and spiritual searching. She works 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