Mindy Hoffman, MA, LPCC, NCC
Is your mental health suffering during this worldwide COVID-19 pandemic? If so, I have openings for new clients who need support during this unprecedented and unpredictable time.
Outside of my advocacy and education work with eating disorders, I enjoy seeing clients of all ages with a variety of needs such as anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. My passion is working with friends and family members of loved ones struggling with eating disorders. It is an honor to be present while walking alongside of you in your journey of healing.
Connection is vital for healing in life. Please email or call now to schedule a free phone consultation with me. I'm here for you!
MORE ABOUT MINDY
I received my Bachelors of Science in Biology from Southeast Missouri State University and my Masters of Arts from Denver Seminary. Through my personal eating disorder experience, I found there is a need for educating friends and family members of loved ones struggling with an eating disorder. It is important for support individuals to have a safe place to process their experience.
WHO I AM
Connection is vital in life. I believe that vulnerability leads to connection. I believe the opposite of addiction is connection! I value connecting with my faith, nature, and other people. You will usually find me journaling to dig deeper into my thoughts and feelings, spending time with my friends, or adventuring on top of a mountain in summer or winter. I am also a lover of all sports, especially basketball, soccer, and gymnastics. I am looking forward to connecting with you!
LIVING IN THE HOT PINK
Many clients struggle with “all or nothing” or “black and white” thinking. This type of thinking is met with the idea of what is the middle ground or the gray. I am a black and white thinker and have worked hard to live in the gray. However, I feel the color gray is boring and I needed a more adventurous color. I changed my gray to the hot pink! If you are an individual that is a black and white thinker too, come join me in “living in the hot pink” or any color that works for your life!
Types of Therapy.
I work from a person-centered approach combined with dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and narrative therapy. While these are most natural for me, I am equipped and can adjust to work with your individual unique needs and goals. I am here to support you as you begin to heal. The counseling session is for you. I will meet you where you are as your work towards your therapeutic goals.