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Leticia Frazier


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About My
Areas of Focus

Find Joy and Hope

Counseling can help you find hope and joy again. You can learn to gain control over your thoughts instead of them controlling you. You can begin to identify the thoughts that are on constant repeat in your mind and learn how to identify and let go of the ones that are false, negative, and contributing to your fears and worries.

You will move from the past to present focused and use mindfulness to be aware of all that is around you so that you feel confident and secure. You will be able to take on the day with a renewed sense of who you are and what you want to do.

If you’re struggling and ready to do something different, I would love to walk with you on a journey of learning to trust and finding comfort in the security that it brings. Let’s get started so that you can find your joy again.

Juggling Life

Life can be a struggle. Maybe you’re balancing multiple demands—parenthood, relationship, career, caring for a relative or loved one—that you feel constantly pulled in different directions.
As the demands increase, time for yourself decreases, and you find yourself full of worry and defeating thoughts such as, “I can’t handle this,” “What will I do if that happens?” “How will I finish this project?” “I’m not good enough.” Self-doubt and insecurity set in, and daily tasks may feel like they’re more difficult to get through.

Worried and Overwhelmed

You’re exhausted, but these running thoughts keep you up at night. When you finally do fall asleep, you wake up several times or wake up feeling unrested.
You have to talk yourself into getting up and starting your day, and then you find panic and fear at every turn. You worry constantly, and it keeps you from doing things you need to do. It even keeps you from doing things you want to do.

Sad and Tired

You’ve felt this way for a while, and you’re beginning to wonder if you will ever feel content again. It’s starting to impact your relationships, and some have even ended because it feels like no one understands. You’re discouraged, defeated, and feeling down more days than not.
You want to do something different, to feel better, to feel like yourself again, but you’re not sure how. You’ve tried things in the past, but they didn’t work.

Grief and Loss

You’ve experienced a loss, and you’re unsure who to turn to or even how to begin processing what you feel. The “waves” of grief continue to ebb and flow, and while some days are better than others, you know that something’s got to give. Maybe you’re unable to rest, or you find yourself worrying more than usual. Things just feel heavy, and you need some relief.

Why I love what I do

 I love working with people who are motivated to change and willing to do the hard work to reach their goals. I genuinely love what I do and value the therapist/client relationship. I love building relationships with clients and getting to know them in sessions. I also love seeing the “aha” moments unfold and when clients are able to see and discuss their own growth and progress.

my experience

In 2009, I started providing MultiSystem Therapy for children and families. I provided assessment and crisis-based services for at-risk youth and children. In 2010, I began doing outpatient community-based mental health treatment. During this time, I completed Comprehensive Clinical Assessments, provided outpatient therapy, and co-facilitated a DBT group. I have worked in a variety of settings, including Managed Care Organization, a residential setting, and in the hospital. While working at the hospital, I was a social worker on an inpatient psychiatric unit for 2 years and also completed psychiatric consults and evaluations in the emergency department for 1 year. In 2017, I started working at Foundations Family Therapy, where I specialize in depression, anxiety, grief, trauma-based recovery, and how to manage life stressors. I incorporate spirituality/religion into therapy services if requested. During my time at Foundations, I have engaged in training on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. I enjoy working with people and helping people work through their past, present, and concerns about the future.

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What i do

For Fun!

Outside of being a therapist, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, reading, cooking and baking, and watching football and college basketball!