Therapist Spotlight: Deborah Holladay, LPCC

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Deborah Holladay, LPCC holds a Master’s degree in counseling from the University of Kentucky and attended the University of Louisville for post-master’s study. Her diverse therapeutic background has contributed to successfully helping adults, adolescents, children and families effectively address a wide range of mental health challenges.

Deborah works at our new office in  Louisville, Kentucky and will begin seeing clients next week! You can read her full bio here!

To make an appointment with Deborah, please contact our intake department.

See below for more information about Deborah!

What self-care techniques or activities do you do?

Exercising, reading, and sewing.

What made you become a therapist?

I have always been interested in human behavior. That interest led to a psychology major in college and grad school in counseling followed. I find people fascinating and have always had a strong drive to help and improve the human condition.

What are your specialties?

Anxiety disorders, depression, and working with children and adolescents with a variety of mental health and family challenges (including working with high risk children).

Why do you believe that counseling can help?

I believe in the ability for individuals to alter behavior, and counseling can provide a helpful framework for that to happen.

Did you have a career before becoming a therapist?

I taught psychology at a community college for 25 years.

Why is it important to seek counseling?

Counseling can help the client gain a new perspective, understand how history has affected their development, and provide coping skills for difficult situations. The alleviation of pain and discomfort can be of tremendous benefit to the client.