April Britt-Linville, LPC
April is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over six years of clinical experience working with families, individuals (both adults and children/adolescents), and groups. Her desire is to assist her clients in meeting their own goals for treatment by coming alongside them to be a support and partner in growth and healing for each of her clients.
April is a skilled in working with couples, families, adolescents, depression, anxiety, emotional dysregulation, parenting and co-parenting, divorce, anger management, grief and loss, and goal-setting. She also has experience working with children, substance abuse issues, Bipolar, Borderline Personality, ADHD, and with the LGBTQ population.
Her approach to therapy is tailored to each client’s needs, but the basis of her root foundation stems from CBT, iDBT, and Systems Theory. April see sindividuals as a part a larger, and multi-layered, whole. We operate in our worlds through relationships to others, as well as with ourselves, and finding balance in life has a direct effect on our interactions with ourselves (self-talk) as much as with others. She believes there is no “bad” emotion, rather healthy and unhealthy ways to handle those emotions, therefore she seeks to provide a safe and open space to process those emotions for her clients. April also subscribes to the belief that one cannot teach what one does not know, and she has personally placed herself in the vulnerable, and often scary, place of the client seeing a therapist. It is her hope that through understanding firsthand the process of therapy, she may be a more empathic and supportive therapist.