B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern College
Mr. Husbands earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Northwestern College in Orange City Iowa. There he served as a research assistant on several research teams as well as was an intern at a crisis center for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. With his passion to helping those who experience mental health issues he completed his Master of Arts in Counseling at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. In his previous role as an intern on the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) team at The Family Institute, Mr. Husbands received training in CBT working with individuals experiencing depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD as well as other issues such as role adjustment and career changes. Mr. Husbands specializes in the use of CBT and enjoys working with clients to help find how their thoughts, feelings and behaviors are connected. He especially values working with depression, anxiety disorders and trauma in adult populations. Mr. Husbands is a firm believer in the expertise that clients bring into therapy about from their own lives and he enjoys collaborating with clients to find new ways of thinking and behaving in order to achieve their goals as well as create meaningful and lasting change. He is committed to valuing and honoring the diverse experiences and identities of all clients and aims to create a safe and welcoming environment for all in his practice.