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Master of Education

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate

Connie began her counseling career in 2016 as a school counselor. She is also a retired veteran of the US Air Force Reserves and has been a military family member for over 25 years. Connie learned in her work with the military community and as a school counselor that when we experience change, it can create a shift, and challenges making life feel more difficult. These challenges can provide us with opportunities for growth. Through therapy, we can begin to question what serves us and what does not in our journey toward full authenticity. She believes that it is important to allow individuals to set the pace for growth as they progress through counseling. Connie provides a variety of approaches in assisting individuals experiencing transition in life and work. She also enjoys working with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and self-esteem issues.


Connie believes that counseling is an opportunity to partner together to make lasting change through collaborative work in session and implementing learned skills and tools into daily life. Connie believes that at the core, we make decisions based on how we view the world and those around us. Connie believes that overall wellness is accomplished through a holistic approach, utilizing a combination of approaches including Attachment Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.  


In her down time, Connie enjoys looking for amazing trails for hiking and biking, even swimming. Well, anything nature related. When she's not exploring nature, she enjoys reading, practicing yoga, and catching up with friends over coffee.

Connie Connelly

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