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Christy McCornack, LPC

Current Availability:

Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for in person sessions. Thursdays for Tele-health

Christy McCornack remote and phone therapy in ColoradoChristy McCornack remote and phone therapy in Colorado
Provides therapy in Colorado

About Me:

  • My clients describe me as:

    Easy-going, but direct. I provide a safe place for you to be open and honest about your current healing journey.

  • Something to know about my approach is:

    My approach is strength-based and insight-focused. I encourage you to be an active participant in your therapy so that you can take ownership of your healing process. I will provide insight and direction as you learn more about how you can heal.

  • Together, we will:

    We will work together to bring awareness to places that provide strength so you can find ways to heal and grow. We will talk about your values and longings as these help identify what matters to you and we will explore how that can help you heal.

  • I specialize in working with people who:

    I work with depression, grief, and spirituality because they provide a space for exploration of questions of meaning and why we matter. Finding answers to these questions is crucial to the healing process and coming to terms with who we are.

  • I became a therapist because:

    Being a client during some of my own difficult times provided insight into how life-changing therapy can be.

  • Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:

    My space is warm and welcoming and feels like a meditation room. If you like tea, it's the place to be!

  • More about me and my practice:

    I have an MA in Counseling from Argosy University and studied comparative religion at Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA. I specialize in helping people understand how questions of meaning and existence impact their healing process.

More Details:

In-Network with:

Aetna, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare

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