Transitioning From Past to Present Thinking with Stephanie Delmore – 11-15-14
November 20, 2014
We so often live our lives carrying hurts and wounds from the past into our daily life. We can intellectualize our perception of past events in order to cope, but the pain of unresolved feelings remains, and holds us back from living the life that we desire. Making the decision to transition out of past into present thinking can be transformational, and can clear the way for a refreshed outlook on life. Join us as we discuss how you can integrate this new way of seeing events unfold.
Our guest is experienced in assisting hundreds of clients in their journey to knowing self and making this transition to living in the present. Stephanie Delmore is a Psychotherapist who uses many cognitive behavioral strategies in therapy. She holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology and a School Counselor Certification from Mount Mary College.
Stephanie’s theoretical orientation comes from a belief in a strengths focus. and identifies herself as a Solution-Focused therapist. She believes that our thoughts are powerful and that by learning to identify when our thoughts are distorted and causing anxiety or depression, we have the power to change those thoughts in an effective way.
Stephanie is married and the mother of two school-aged children. In her free time she enjoys traveling, entertaining, exercise, and volunteering at school and church. You can learn more about Stephanie at www.stephaniedelmore.com. or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/StephanieDelmoreLPC.