Nancy Foster, LCMHC, NCC
Nancy Foster was born in Bolivia, South America. She has lived in the USA for over 40 years; her passion for helping people was her incentive to become a therapist. She has been in the counseling profession for over 30 years. She serves children, teens, and families in distress who experience Depression, Trauma, and grief.
Nancy has a Master’s Degree in Counseling from UNC-Charlotte, and has numerous trainings from other universities and overseas.
As people become more accepting of themselves, they can find happiness and contentment in their lives. Sometimes, self-awareness and self-acceptance take a long time to achieve. Nancy aims to help her clients make the necessary changes to achieve their therapeutic goals. Therapeutic sessions will include time for clients to share their thoughts and feelings, and may examine past experiences, process emotions, build skills, plan for the future, and more.
Throughout the therapeutic process, Nancy remains optimistic about her client’s potential for change, favorable outcomes, and growth.
“As your therapist, I am here to listen and help you deal with your stressors.”
She has studied various theoretical approaches to therapy, including Structural Family, person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, reality, and solution-focused therapies. Nancy incorporates a variety of techniques, borrowing from the above and other disciplines to serve you better.
“Together we will choose interventions that best suit your needs and interests. “
When she is not at work, she enjoys working on her flower garden, listening to music, spending time with her grandchildren, reading, and traveling through the world, learning about different cultures as much as she can.
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