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Justin Trice,
MA, pre-licensed

Good communication, connection, boundaries, trust, and respect are essential to healthy relationships– and a healthy self. I am passionate about helping couples and individuals learn the tools they need to create real change in their life and relationships. Together, we can figure out why you're feeling misunderstood, unheard, burned out, or disconnected. I can also help you navigate the gaps in communication and connection between neurodivergent (ADHD, Autism Spectrum) and neurotypical family members, peers, or partner(s).

 

Clients tell me they like me because I’m relatable, empathetic, a great teacher, and really skilled at finding the “right” thing to say. You’ll also stick around for my humor, depth of knowledge about relationships, and my ability to use stick figure drawings to make it all make sense.

 

And for those who are looking for a counselor who shares their identity, I identify as both neurodivergent and a member of the LGBTQ+ community. You are safe with me. I see the systems that don’t work for you, and I want to help you navigate them better– or learn when and how to push back and advocate for your own needs.

 

Authenticity, wellbeing, and healthy relationships are in your reach– why wait any longer?

My Story

Justin is a graduate from Kutztown University with his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. During his time at Kutztown, he was a graduate assistant at the LGBTQ+ Resource Center for three years. While there, he regularly presented Safe Space training to increase acceptance and advocacy on campus. In 2022, he received the Counseling Department’s Award for Outstanding Clinical Mental Health Student, which is only given to one student per year. He was mentored and specially-trained in couples counseling throughout his counseling education. Justin has worked with teens and adults struggling with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, burnout, and neurodivergence (ADHD and Autism) in the private practice setting. He is also currently employed at Kutztown University, where he works for the My Place: Enhanced Autism Support Services program as a Program Assistant Director.

Areas of Treatment:

  • Relationship Issues

  • Couples Counseling

  • Boundaries

  • Men’s issues

  • Neurodivergence (ADHD & Autism)

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Anger

  • Burnout 

  • Existential Crisis

  • Life Transitions

  • Adjustment to College

  • Difficulties with Self-Esteem

  • Professional/Career Issues

  • College/Graduate School Issues

Please note I only offer therapy for clients who are 18 years and older. I do not offer substance abuse treatment or see clients in active addiction. 
I currently do not take insurance and offer a superbill for out of network benefits.
 

Supervised by Jamie Hogan, PC006203

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