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Tropical Leaves

A little bit more about me and the practice 

Josephine Langham, M.A., LPC  (She/Her)

Hi! My name is Josephine Langham, and I am a Post Graduate Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor. I received my Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at St. Edward's University. 

Josephine Langham
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Clinical Experience

 I graduated from St. Edward's University in 2021 and served my Practicum and Internship with Capital Area Counseling in Austin, Texas. I also serve as a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate for Lighthouse Family Therapy in Austin, Texas. 
My approach to therapy is understanding and friendly; I am here to listen. While my therapeutic approach tends to be more eclectic, I also lean heavily toward Narrative Therapy.
My goal is to create an environment for my clients to feel safe, understood, empowered, and celebrated. I believe asking for help is one of the bravest things a person can do. Each person has a unique story, and their perception of this story plays a significant role in their mental health journey. During our time together, I will invite my clients to share their stories and work with them to discover areas of influence on their narrative. As we deconstruct these influences, I will challenge their perceptions and beliefs around these areas to better understand their role in my client's story. 

Informally about Me

I am originally from West Texas and have a deep passion for story. Not only do I love hearing people's stories, but I also love reading/ listening to any book I can get my hands on. Outside of business hours, I can usually be found painting, reading, spending time with loved ones, or outside.

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Practice Name Inspiration

The oak tree is a symbol of strength for its ability to be so rooted in the earth that it can stay grounded even in the worst of storms. In the Celtic culture, if you were "called by the oak," it was a reminder to overcome your anxiety and worry and to trust the strength you already possess. It is my hope to create a practice where people feel safe and empowered to become rooted in their own strength as they choose themselves and step toward healing. 

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