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$180 – 50 min session
“One of the bravest things you can do is to live a life that’s different than what others expected of you.”— Erica Layne
Heather Liebswager, MA, LPCC, provides psychotherapy to adult women using a psychoanalytic and person-centered approach. She is specially trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Traumatic Stress Studies, and is a Yoga Teacher Trainer (RYT-200).
Heather uses a feminist narrative therapy approach to her work. This approach views you, the client, as the expert of your life and assists you in creating new meanings for the stories you bring to therapy. She has experience working with women in crisis ranging from ages 20-to-60-years-old. Topics of women’s crisis include embracing biological changes, workplace or professional stress, family issues, death (grief), financial security and emotions surrounding money, and identifying and reaching personal goals. Heather believes that therapy is effective when you are empowered to use or discover your new strengths to further and deepen mutual meaningful relationships in your life.
Her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology is from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has been a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) in the state of Minnesota since 2020. She has experience working with depression, anxiety, domestic violence, abuse, trauma, relational conflicts, parenting stress, changes in body image and sexual satisfaction, and emotional struggles surrounding career issues or dissatisfaction. She is also working towards becoming a MN Board-Certified LPCC approved supervisor.
Outside of her clinical practice, Heather keeps busy with her two teenages, her husband, and a little chiweenie (dog) named Lilly. Her family enjoys skiing, karate, rock climbing, fishing, and swimming. Heather participates in marathons, triathlons, yoga, hiking, and gardening. Additional areas of interest are astrology, thealogy/feminine divine, and firewalking. She considers herself a lifelong learner.