Laurence Kendrick, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
Laurence approaches counseling from a broad perspective of non-judgemental, solution-focused strategies that emphasize the individuals strengths and abilities for overcoming life’s trials, turning obstacles into opportunities for growth.
He enjoys working colaboratively within a family systems relational model to maximize success for individuals, couples, and families. Respecting your values, beliefs, and life experience, he looks forward to helping you re-imagine your life story to affirm that which is good, unique, and worthy of the peace and happiness you desire.
Areas of focus:
Individuals, couples, and families, relationship concerns, cross-cultural relationships, emotional and sexual intimacy, spiritual concerns, anxiety and depression, loss and grief, trauma recovery, bi-polar disorder, dual-disorder recovery (mental health and substance abuse/dependence), co-dependency.
Certification and Professional Licensure:
State of Ohio Counseling Licensure:
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - Supervisor
Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor - Clinical Supervisor
Internationally Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor
Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor
Completed Level 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Ashland Theological Seminary-Ashland, OH
Master of Arts in Clinical Pastoral Counseling (Honors)
The University of Akron-Akron, OH
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: Psychology, Philosophy, & Fine Art (Cum Laude)
University Honors Scholar: University of Akron Honors College
2004 Prize Essay in Philosophy (Ethical Intuitionism & Moral Decision-Making)
Distinguished Student Award
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Golden Key National Honor Society
2004 Graduate Commencement Speaker
2004 Ohio Board of Regents Fellowship Nominee
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