Misty WatkinsLicensed Professional Counselor, LPC
PTSD/Trauma, LGBQ+, Neurodiverse, People with Disabilities/Chronic Illness, Trans, non-binary, gender fluid, Veterans, Poly, Kink / BDSM, and many other clients from diverse backgrounds.
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I work with clients who are exploring gender identify, or who are transgender, non binary, genderqueer, and members of the LGTBIA2S+ community. I also work with recovery from trauma. My work is sex positive and weight neutral.
Too often we encounter stress and challenges in our lives that we struggle to meet and resolve in healthy and constructive ways. As a result, we can become isolated and lonely, panicked, and anxious by stress or circumstance that threaten to overwhelm us, or sometimes just “stuck” and unsatisfied. Perhaps our old ways of coping with life are no longer as helpful as they once were. We may feel unhappy with ourselves, where we are, and the things we do.
She works with young adults and teens to recover from disordered eating and find confidence and happiness. Stephanie is dedicated to helping individuals receive access to eating disorder treatment. She believes that everyone deserves quality and specialized treatment. She is passionate about eating disorder awareness, dogs, and Wonder Woman. You can find her spending time with her husband visiting comic book stores or a craft brewery, and hanging out with her beloved Golden Retriever Prince
Being human is often tough. Sometimes we lose our way and can feel stuck and overwhelmed. Sometimes we would like to change parts of our lives or ourselves but don’t know how. Therapy can be an empowering way to promote healing, growth, and wellness. Often, we initially seek treatment to address a specific concern and then begin to uncover other areas of our lives in which we want to make meaningful change. My goal is for this process to feel supportive, affirming, and appropriately challenging.
Our tribes are so important but sometimes those tribes aren’t affirming or safe. My ideal client is one who is looking for a safe space to explore some heavy challenges. Together we will work through the challenges to find healing and acceptance. We hold the power inside us to live authentically and be celebrated not feared. I love empowering BIPOC and queer Folx at any stage of their life. This is a shame free, affirming space, to be celebrate and elevated for your authenticity.
Maybe you are the parent of a teen or young adult who is struggling with anxiety or depression. Maybe they are going through a big transition in life and need support. You see them trying to face these challenges but don't know the best way to move forward. I can help. Or, perhaps you are facing the world of infertility/fertility treatments and need a space to process the thoughts and feelings that come with that. It can be a very lonely experience that few understand. I see clients in Ok and TX
I have experience working with a wide variety of clients. I have extensive experience helping clients through trauma whether that be single episode are highly complex trauma from childhood and adulthood, grief, depression, and anxiety. I have largely worked with Queer/LGBTQ+ populations including trans and gender diverse folx. I am also poly/ethical non-monogamy, sex positive/kink, and cannabis friendly and affirming.
Are you looking for something different to happen in your life? Maybe you are hoping to release something you have held onto, work through something you have been avoiding, or get out of a situation that has you feeling trapped. You have made efforts toward finding solutions, making changes, and you've done your best, yet something (or many things) have left you feeling dissatisfied, defeated, confused, and lonely. Despite what you feel, you aren't alone. Therapy can help.
Are you a nurturer who feels discouraged to the point of despair about the state of the world and the future? I can help. I work with women and helping professionals (teachers, medical providers, therapists, and faith leaders) on burnout prevention and recovery and on resilience building. Working with people as a nurturer or helper is particularly demanding, and our own trauma shows up in this work daily. Our own healing is an essential part of our capacity to do this work long-term.