Michelle Gorden, MA, NCC

Resident in Counseling

Counseling provides a safe place to take risks, be vulnerable, gain support and become empowered to make changes in your life. I have a laid-back style and focus on creating a safe space. My approach is eclectic. My philosophy is that therapy cannot be one size fits all and treatments should be customized to each client, couple, or family. I focus on meeting them where they are and supporting them on a journey to emotional wholeness. I utilize mindfulness-based cognitive strategies for support with stress, anxiety, and depression. I have an interest in helping those dealing with trauma issues.

I received a Master of Arts (2014) in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University and a Master of Arts (2020) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I can provide both traditional counseling services as well as Christian based counseling. My experience includes work with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.