Maggie Stephan M.S., LPC
Maggie graduated from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas with a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling. Prior to that she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her counseling experiences include grief & bereavement, addictions, family, premarital, marital, divorce, life adjustment, post-partum, trauma, and a variety of others.
Maggie views therapy as an experience of being present in the room. She uses her knowledge of theory, life experiences, as well as personalized techniques to meet the client where they are and journey with them on their path to health and wholeness. She uses the systemic approach to help the individual or family view themselves as a larger, more holistic unit with the power and resources to create their own change.
“Perception of Other is rooted in experience of Self. You cannot teach people intellectually to see one another differently. First, they must experience themselves differently. And that is what this approach to therapy is all about: experience.” – Augustus Napier