It is an honor for me to be able to sit with my clients, and meet them exactly where they are, as they reveal the deepest parts of who they are. In collaboration, we examine what is not working in their lives and the reasons behind that. As they start to experience healing and wholeness, along with improved relationships and a greater zest for life, now that is a joy to watch!
— Sharon Wierenga

Sharon Wierenga

Sharon is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) with over 15 years of experience working with adolescents and adults, individuals, families and couples.  Empathetic and insightful, Sharon works to build trust and respect with her clients ensuring a strong therapeutic rapport.  She also has a deeply compassionate and non-judgmental presence that empowers clients to work through therapeutic goals effectively.

Sharon sees a wide variety of clients and complex issues.  Her areas of clinical expertise include anxiety and depression, grief and loss, trauma and life transitions.  Sharon works with families and individuals whose lives are impacted by addictions as well as first responders and their families.  Sharon also loves working with couples who wish to improve their relationship.  She has completed the level 3 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and utilizes this approach in her couples work.  She delights in helping guide relationships with the tools that are backed up by 40 years of research!

As an integrative therapist, she utilizes multiple theoretical perspectives and a strength-based, systemic approach to therapy.  She believes her role as a therapist is to empower clients to discover and develop the tools they need for healthy, positive, and lasting change.

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