Landry Pebler, MA, LPC
My name is Landry Pebler. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. As an Arizona native, I am passionate about supporting individuals and families throughout my community in healing and achieving personal growth. My background includes working with children (ages 10+), adolescents, young adults, and families.
I am devoted to making therapy a safe and inviting environment where individuals and families can explore varying dynamics of their emotional well-being. If you and/or your child have experienced trauma or adversity, we can work together to find new ways to manage stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief, behavioral concerns, or difficulties in relationships.
I believe that we all have the ability to heal and reach our goals. My ultimate objective is to provide my clients with the tools to gain greater self-awareness and empower them to transform their life.
To better serve my clients, I am continuously learning by seeking additional training, mastering new techniques and furthering my education. I earned a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Colorado- Colorado Springs in 2016. I am trained in, and often use, EMDR therapy to aid in decreasing symptoms of emotional distress in order to promote positive thinking and feeling. Additionally, I am trained in Brainspotting, play therapy interventions, trauma-informed care interventions, and the treatment of dissociative disorders.
It is difficult to take the first step towards healing and I know how rewarding it is once you make the commitment. I would be honored to be a part of your journey in achieving healing and growth.
It's really important to me to help my clients achieve their goals and reach new levels of growth and healing. In my work with children, teens, and their parents, the situation they are in can be... complicated. I want parents to know upfront that I do not write letters to the court or for attorneys. I also do not make recommendations for visitation or custody arrangements. The signatures of both parents are required for children to participate in therapy.