|Justine Froelker is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a private practice in St. Louis, MO. Justine’s style of therapy is a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy. Her straight-forward and non-shaming approach creates a safe space to address patients’ concerns.With her extensive training and experience, Justine treats adolescents, college students, and adults on a variety of concerns, such as eating disorders, body image issues, perfectionism, addictions, depression, anxiety, stress management, OCD, and low self-esteem.Justine started in the counseling field in 1999 with Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH) in Kirksville, MO. While at PFH, Justine worked with adult substance abuse clients and facilitated many psychoeducational groups.After three years at PFH, Justine joined McCallum Place Eating Disorders Treatment Programs in St. Louis. During her time with McCallum Place, Justine performed several roles including, Admissions, Utilization Review, Aftercare Coordinator, and Therapist.In addition to her current private practice, Justine is an instructor at St. Louis Community College, where she teaches General Psychology, Human Sexuality, and Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Additionally, she is an expert therapist and writes monthly articles for St. Louis Health & Wellness Magazine.Justine can be seen regularly on the St. Louis KMOV midday show, Great Day St. Louis, educating viewers on healthy relationships, positive self-concept, and basic self-care.
Justine holds a BA in Psychology from Truman State University and a Masters degree in Community Counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.? She is also a graduate of the Coach U Core Essentials Program, a program designed to coach clients on issues such as relationships, personal and professional development.
Individual Outpatient Therapy
Personal counseling is a chance to talk over issues that are important to you with an objective person who has professional training in helping people work through current situations and learn about dealing with similar situations in the future. Some of the problems that people discuss with counselors include relationship problems, academic/school related problems, depression, anxiety, trauma, and issues from the past that negatively affect the person’s daily functioning. Most people go to counseling because they want help with specific problems. Many have talked to friends and family about these problems but are unable to improve things adequately on their own. Counseling provides a safe place in which to talk about issues and generate some useful solutions.
Coaching is a catalyzing relationship that accelerates the process of great performances; it’s about individuals’ identifying purpose and living out of that purpose. When people are actively seeking meaning and solutions, they value partnership and support that assists them in accomplishing their goals and objectives.
Recovery coach sessions are typically provided to patients who suffer from eating disorders and work with another outpatient therapist. Recovery Coach sessions include shopping outings, cooking sessions in-home, grocery shopping, eating out, etc.
Exposure and Response Prevention
Exposure therapy for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder.? These appointments may consist of sessions such as a?driving outing, sessions in the client’s home, session in public, etc.? Exposure therapy is where the client is exposed to their fear or anxiety and the therapist prevents the client from?performing any rituals.
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