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Therapist

Stephanie Bowman, JD, MA, NCC, PPC

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Music Business, Western Illinois University, 2002

Graduate Education:

PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision, University of Wyoming, in progress

Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling, Northwestern University, 2020

Juris Doctor, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2010

Professional Licenses:

Provisional Professional Counselor; National Certified Counselor

Counseling Services:

Individual, Couple, and Group - Mental Health and Substance Use Therapy; Trauma/PTSD, Anxiety, Women’s Issues, Relationship Issues, Couples, Sexuality, LGBTQIAP+, Multicultural & Diversity

About Stephanie:

Stephanie Bowman is a Provisionally Licensed Counselor in the State of Wyoming. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Wyoming. At UW, she co-instructs master's-level counseling courses and supervises master's students in their community counseling work. She is also the mental health consultant for Head Start in Laramie, WY.

Stephanie works with clients who are experiencing mental health issues and life challenges. She believes that present concerns are rooted in patterns that began in the past. She understands that a secure and trusting relationship between the counselor and client can facilitate an emotionally-healing experience, helping the client to discover and create new patterns and ways of being in this world.

Stephanie enjoys working with adults and couples, those who have experienced childhood trauma, and marginalized populations. She uses a trauma-informed approach based in Adlerian and psychodynamic counseling theories.

For about a decade, Stephanie was a civil litigator in Chicago, advocating for homeowners in foreclosure. She now sees herself as a mental health advocate and a fellow traveler with her counseling clients.

Stephanie loves traveling, hiking, cycling, yoga, and meditation. She also enjoys attempting to sing karaoke, playing board games, watching documentaries, and making people laugh.

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