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Laurie Hipley

Laurie Hipley

Couples Therapist
Teletherapy - sessions will be done remotely by video or call
Couples/Marriage Therapy
Family Therapy

***Currently accepting new clients*** 

We often get stuck in our most important relationships, whether it be with our partner, our family, our close friends, or even with ourselves.  I specialize in working with couples using Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT).  Many couples feel disconnected and that they are having the same argument over and over again.  I provide a warm, supportive atmosphere to explore the patterns and processes that contribute to distress, in order to create understanding, healing and connection.  I use a similar approach in my work with individuals and parents with adult children.

Educational Background and Experience: 
PhD, Wayne State University, Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy, Denver Family Institute
BA, Carleton College, Psychology
Clinical Trainings, Certifications, and Professional Memberships: 
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Advanced Training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (Externship, Core Skills)
American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT) Member
International Centre for Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) Member
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Adult Individuals
Parents and Adult children
Parents and Young Adult children
Relationship distress
Stage of life transitions
Accepted Insurance: 
Kaiser Permanente

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