Yuri Freeman, LPC
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Northern Colorado
Master of Arts in Community Counseling, with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Northern Colorado
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Community Counseling, Marriage and Family Emphasis; Functional Family Therapy; Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy - Mental Health and Addiction Counseling, Adolescents and Adults.
Yuri Freeman, LPC, is a highly experienced therapist with a passion for empowering individuals and families. Licensed in Wyoming since 2005, Yuri holds a Master's degree in Community Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado, where she also earned dual undergraduate degrees in Psychology and English.
Before and after obtaining her license, Yuri honed her skills in diverse settings, including family shelters, group homes for children and adults with disabilities, assisted living facilities for the elderly, and providing infant and child care. Witnessing the challenges faced by these populations fueled her desire to pursue counseling as a career.
Yuri's expertise encompasses a wide range of therapeutic environments, including acute care hospitals, residential treatment centers, community mental health clinics, drug court programs, correctional facilities, schools, and client homes. She skillfully assists children, adults, and families in recognizing and leveraging their internal strengths and community resources to achieve their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.
Beyond her clinical work, Yuri is an avid learner and enjoys playing darts, exploring new games, delving into literature and murder mysteries, and engaging in creative endeavors like crafting. She cherishes family time, traveling, and exploring nature with her children. Yuri finds Evanston a nurturing environment for her family and actively seeks out the beauty of natural spaces.