Abundant Hope Counseling
Areas of service:Phoenix
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About Abundant Hope Counseling
Abundant Hope Counseling Center offers individual, couple, family, and group counseling services.
When you feel alone or suffer from moderate to severe emotional distress, you might need to seek help from a professional who can help you permanently address your emotional concerns.
Our counselors are trained to help you fix the very root cause of your problem, something you cannot or will have difficulty to achieve by yourself.
When you are at a point when even a good talk with your friends or family members isnít doing any help, then our staff are here to guide you in the process of weathering difficult times.
Give us a call and donít let your emotional burdens grow any worse.
Questions and answers
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
We specialize in the use of music and writing in therapy, as these mediums are powerful ways to express oneself in ways we may not otherwise be able to express.
- What certifications or professional affiliations do you have?
National Certified Counselor (National Board of Certified Counselors)
- What would you recommend customers looking to save money?
Ask for a free consultation.
- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
Ongoing counseling for a low rate
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
Ryan studied family dynamics, child development, and the turbulence of adolescence at Arizona State University and completed his Bachelor of Science in Family and Human Development/Child Development. Upon completion of his bachelor degree, Ryan went on to work with teens and parents of teens in a number of different roles (educator, paraprofessional counselor, peer support, motivational speaker). Ryan worked for St. Joseph's Hospital's court-ordered Wake Up! Youth Program for several years and counseled teens who were in trouble with drugs and alcohol. He also worked for local non-profit organization, notMYkid, as their alcohol education program coordinator. He educated parents on psychosocial issues that affect adolescents. He also did motivational speaking to ~15,000 middle school and high school students across the valley on "Breaking the Cycle" of addiction and "Finding Your Outlet" to overcome internal and external pressures. Ryan has experience working with women and men overcoming all issues related to domestic violence. He has also worked for 5 years at the University of Phoenix, doing career and educational counseling for adults.
Ryan relishes opportunities to work with individuals who have come to a point in their lives that have caused them to ask existential questions, such as: "Who have I been, who am I, and who do I want to be?", What have I been doing for the last ___ years? What do I want to do now, and in the future?", "Am I living a meaningful, purposeful life?", etc. Some of the events and/or points in people's lives that often bring such questions, include: adolescence and young adulthood, relationship problems, loss of job or unhappiness with job, loss of significant other/relative, substance abuse/dependence (referrals may be made based on assessment), and many other circumstances.
Ryan counsels from a genuine place, and his greatest strengths are: finding meaning amidst perceived chaotic situations or events, helping people to forgive and let go of past hurts or disappointments, reducing anxiety and fear surrounding future events, providing relaxation techniques, and lastly helping individuals find their true purpose in life. Ryan also specializes in the use of music and writing in therapy and feels these mediums are powerful ways to express oneself in ways we may not otherwise be able to express.