Karen S. Owens
Karen brings years of personal and professional experience when working with adolescents, adults, families and couples. She helps in learning to cope with such issues as self-esteem, anxiety, relationships, panic attacks and anger issues. Her eclectic approach to counseling finds the focus on an individual’s functioning given the social environment around them. Individual psychotherapy helps people explore the connections between their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, sense of purpose, and motivations using person-centered, positive, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. When she is working with children she often employs play and sand tray therapy. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at St. Mary’s University.