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Thomas Kroenke, LPC

Undergraduate Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science

Graduate Education:

Master of Arts in Psychology

Professional Licenses:

License Professional Counselor, State of Wyoming LPC-1626

Clinical Training/Certifications:

National Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapist Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and Rational Living Level 1.

Counseling Services:

Individual, Couple and Group Mental Health and Addiction Counseling & Therapy for Adults. 

About Thomas:

Thomas Kroenke is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He received his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from National University in San Diego California. He has been providing mental health counseling to adult patients with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, violence issues, and other mental and emotional issues for 11 years. Tom has worked in the men’s prison in Rawlins Wyoming and at the Honor Farm in Riverton Wyoming as a Case Manager (counselor).  The majority of his experience has been with adults in one-on-one and group settings.

Thomas specializes in a style of therapy called Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) which addresses thoughts and behaviors. Additional evidence-based approaches are also used to best fit the client’s needs. He enjoys the deep satisfaction of assisting others to overcome the distressed feelings and troubling experiences in their lives.  He has helped his client’s to once again find joy and fulfillment in their lives. Helping folks understand that they are not broken or defective is a powerful understanding to improve ones life.

The therapeutic process, Tom believes, is a collaborative effort between the therapist and the client. The therapist brings education, training, clinical experience, and life experience to the client.  The client takes that input and applies it as appropriate to their own life.  Together, the therapist and client, evaluate what ideas, techniques, information, and suggested changes work best for the clients.  The therapist is a guide, evaluator, and educator, not a dictator telling the client how to live their life. Tom will not says things to just help you feel better, honesty is really the best policy in a therapy session; and life for that matter.

Tom enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and camping. He also enjoys interacting with his family to include grand and great grand children. He has been married for 55+ years. Tom looks forward to helping you on your mental health journey to improve and restore the joy of being alive and gaining intimacy and safety with others. Remember to talk to yourself like you are someone you love and care about.

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