Trent has extensive experience working with both adolescents and adults. His primary areas of clinical focus are: Couples, trauma, addictions/substance misuse, sexuality (sexual addiction), anxiety, depression, grief, and post-divorce counseling.
M.A. – Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Northwestern University
M.Ed. – Master’s in Educational Leadership – Concordia University
B.A. – Communication – University of Cincinnati
Trent is a Licensed Professional Counselor who utilizes numerous methods to help people find their best self through the use of person-centered therapy (Rogerian Therapy), solution focused therapy (SFT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), music therapy as well as other empirically proven methods when deemed necessary. These methods are individualized to meet the person where they are in life. He utilizes psychoeducation to help individuals better understand the link between neurobiology and the emotional and cognitive reactions happening in our brains.
Trent has a background in education with K-12 students as well as teaching college courses. He helped his students succeed by drawing on their strengths to promote and encourage their learning. He utilizes this approach in counseling as well. He helps people find the strengths in them that will enable them to learn the tools and skills necessary to be successful in achieving their individual goals.