Adam Fominaya PhD, LCP
While there are many quick-fix therapies in the world of mental health treatment, I believe that depth-based work is essential to creating change that truly sticks. As such, it is important for us to develop a strong, trusting and meaningful working relationship early in our work together and for us to use that relationship as the foundation for our successful work together. One of the gifts that therapy offers is an opportunity to be truly heard and supported. That foundation of support can be an exceptionally powerful addition to one’s life when it is effectively developed between a client and their therapist.
Every client is different. However, I find that therapy involves helping clients to build and maintain deeper, more meaningful relationships, to grow more comfortable with experiencing and responding to negative emotions, to grow more trusting of positive emotions and experiences, and to learn to view oneself more sympathetically and compassionately.
While I work with adults of all ages and couples, I specialize in working with young professionals, college students, and older adolescents. I also enjoy working with therapists as clients and with artists and creative professionals.
PhD: Illinois Institute of Technology
MA: Cleveland State University
BA: University of North Carolina Wilmington
AA: Hagerstown Community College
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