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Linda Combs, Provisional License Therapist


I enjoy working with teen girls and women of all ages, women with high stress occupations, those dealing with infidelity and relationship difficulties, PTSD, substance use disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. There are many expectations and pressures that girls and women face in their families, intimate relationships, educational settings, and in their professions. Patients need to process their pain, explore their fears, learn social skills for safely moving through their environments and increase skills for using their strengths to accomplish success in every area of their lives.

Early in my relationships with patients, I take time to listen to what they’ve been through. I ask patients about their preferences and goals for therapy. I welcome their suggestions for ways I can make their therapeutic experience more meaningful. With spiritual patients or those patients that regard their faith as essential to their healing, I converse from that perspective at patients’ request. I help patients gain greater self-awareness and a sense of self-efficacy. I work along with patients to assess their strengths, relationships, social skills, and coping skills; gaining this information, patients are equipped to increase their strengths and build new skills. I utilize evidence-based therapy interventions from Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing to help patients learn to control their cognitive processes and behaviors.

I consider the whole person, providing education, helping patients process concerns to increase resiliency and an overall sense of well-being. My goal is to help my patients experience greater self-awareness, confidence, and peace. I use evidence-based interventions to help patients live their lives consistent with what they value most.