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Part 2:Close-Up w/ David Clift of Connexus Counseling Center

  Broadcast in Psychology

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Life isn’t always the dream we want it to be. Situations and events occur that often are simply out of our control and beyond our power to resolve to our satisfaction. When faced with complex decisions and consequences, there are many roads to travel. After some time, we may begin to wonder why we aren’t completely satisfied with our life, while others appear to be living the dream we were promised.  To some, the idea of reaching out to another seems ridiculous. For those feeling stuck in the sticky situations that life presents, there are counseling professionals like David Clift of Connexus Counseling Center who can truly help people find their way.

From adults to adolescents, individuals to couples: Psychotherapist David Clift has assisted people through a wide variety of obstacles and personal issues. His typical client struggles with overwhelming feelings of anxiety, depression, rage, grief, abandonment, or isolation and have drained their resources for knowing how to manage them all.  Many past or current situations can induce such a state for people, and David brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the varying difficulties people face.  

David is genuinely intrigued by each situation a client may share. He cherishes the experience and truly values the importance of his work with people. Acceptance is a key factor behind the work of therapy.  No matter what anyone has done to cope or react to their challenges, they have always been doing the best they can with the knowledge, skills, and resources available to them. David offers his highly effective services to people of all ethnicities, backgrounds, and alternative lifestyles, including those who identify as homosexual and transgender.

For more information visit www.connexuscounseling.com or 303-523-8108.

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