Sean Stutt, MEd, LPCC
I believe that successful and meaningful counseling begins and ends with the amount of trust a client has in their therapist, and the significance a therapist places on the client being involved in the collaborative process of setting goals for treatment. Since earning my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Cleveland State University, I have worked for a mental health agency as a therapist and administrative supervisor. I have received intensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and have experience utilizing components of existential and other humanistic therapies. Disorders and symptoms I have the most experience treating include but are not limited to depression, mania, anxiety, anger, trauma, and psychosis. Some of my best work has been with adolescents and adults, making barriers to personal growth and adaptive functioning objects of awareness and using a range of techniques that will best suit my client’s needs and desired outcomes.
Anxiety & Depression