Adam Armstrong is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern supervised by Leah Fowlkes-Miller, MA, LPC-S, LMFT, RPT-S. Adam has an extensive background in modern psychoanalysis and psychodynamic techniques. He believes that counseling is a journey to ‘know thy self,’ including acceptance of limitations and understanding one’s potential. Adam works to strengthen resiliency and sense of agency. He helps clients develop the ability to express a full range of emotions, growing in intimate relationships, and developing an awareness of how one’s life experiences shape one’s understanding of self and the world.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at El Paso
- 5 years training in modern psychoanalytic techniques at the Colorado Center for Modern Psychoanalytical Studies (CCMPS).
- Client centered approach to play therapy through Institute for Counselor Development
- Modern Psychoanalytic orientation (i.e. Hyman Spotnitz).