Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Scottsdale, AZ - Apr 12, 2016 - Announced today, Stephanie Levitt, MA, LPC, NCC, founder of Pathways Counseling Services, PLLC, will make her radio debut on Tuesday, April 12th at 4:15 PM MST on KFNX 1100 AM.
“The choice to join KFNX was an easy one”, said Stephanie Levitt, founder of Pathways Counseling Services. “This is the perfect opportunity to connect with the community and reach those that may need my help,” continued Levitt.
This is the perfect opportunity to connect with the community and reach those that may need my help,
Stephanie is a Licensed Professional Counselor. After receiving her Master’s Degree in Counseling she participated in a two-year clinical residency program where she received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness. Stephanie has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, groups, and families.
For listeners who tune in, Stephanie will be discussing trauma; how we have all experienced it in one way or another, the negative impact it has on our daily functioning, how our negative beliefs and feelings that we have about ourselves come from it, and how we can free ourselves from these feelings to live to our full potential. Don’t miss this enlightening experience on Tuesday, April 12th at 4:15 PM MST on KFNX 1100 AM.
About Pathways Counseling Services
Pathways Counseling Services of Scottsdale, AZ helps individuals, families, and couples achieve their full potential and therapeutic goals. They assist individuals in working through a variety of issues and concerns including but not limited to: Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), depression, grief and loss, life transitions, relationship issues, divorce, anxiety, and more. For more information please visit us at www.pathwayscounselingsvcs.com or connect with us on Facebook. Source :
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