I help people uncover who they are and what they want to do with their lives. My approach is called person centered. It means my job is to help you discover YOUR own strengths, what makes YOU happy, how YOU want life to be, and what will help YOU heal. I specialize in anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts and behaviors, and trauma. No matter where you are in life, therapy can help you with next steps to claiming a life worth living.
Dr. Justin Panneck
Dr. Justin Panneck
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and spent the last 5 years as a nature-based therapist at a 70-acre farm in Oregon, utilizing the healing aspects of nature and engaging in such deeply-rooted human endeavors as forest archery, shelter and fire building, guided mushroom foraging, nature art, and specialized ceremonies and rituals. I specialize in life coaching, spiritual development, personal growth, getting unstuck, trauma, life transitions, career success, self-esteem and self-image, men’s issues, and rites of passage. One of my most passionate interests and endeavors is utilizing a unique balance of humor, creativity, performance art, and psychological-cultural science and observation for motivational staff retreats.
I’m interested in hearing your story and helping you find a path forward that feels helpful and manageable. I offer a judgment-free space for you to discuss what’s important to you. Remote therapy only.
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