Sean Rollinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona and owner of Enso Counseling, currently practicing in Scottsdale, and offers online counseling online. He focuses his practice on helping clients overcome the multitude of obstacles associated with relationships and interpersonal communication, while addressing issues of addiction, depression, anxiety, co-dependency, and childhood relational trauma. He also offers online counseling as a licensed professional counselor throughout the state of Arizona. Sean has built his practice working with individuals in Arizona along with family and marriage counseling, and families in Arizona who have benefited from trauma counseling. He is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Emotionally Focused, Post Induction, and Gestalt Therapies. Sean is also highly skilled in treating chronic substance abuse relapse, as well as substance abuse and crisis interventions.
ARIZONA FAMILY AND MARRIAGE COUNSELING
Sean offers family and marriage counseling in Arizona. Everyone deserves to be happy and we are often wondering, what causes problems for couples? Romantic partnerships tend to begin on a positive note. Over time, couples tend to experience changes in the relationship, some positive, some not. When these changes occur, it can be a great time to discover Arizona family and marriage counseling.
Sometimes the concern is that the “spark” is gone. Sometimes a couple feels like they just keep missing each other, which results in feeling disconnected, distant, and a couple fighting more frequently than they used to. Other times, a couple may be stuck at the crossroads of a major life decision. Or, they may have taken on stress from other family members or situations, and this is now weighing heavy on both partners. Regardless of what is happening, there is concern and a desire to improve the dynamic. Therefore, each partnership deserves a tailored approach specific to what is happening in the relationship. Arizona family and marriage counseling can be helpful when one family member is dealing with a difficult personal issue. Tension can build in all relationships with disagreements over how to deal with a situation. Counseling for the family can re-establish respect, boundaries, and a common support structure to allow all family members to develop healthy relationships.
ARIZONA TRAUMA COUNSELING
Enso Counseling also provides Arizona trauma counseling. With Arizona trauma counseling, it’s important to identify the “trauma IQ” by understanding the difference. A physical trauma is a physical injury inflicted on a person by some external agent. In a psychological context, the term trauma means an emotional response to a deeply distressing or disturbing event. For more information on the specific types of Arizona trauma counseling, see here.
WE OFFER COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN TEMPE, AZ
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an umbrella term for modalities and techniques that share a focus on thoughts and behaviors that maintain symptoms, trying out new behaviors, changing how we relate to our internal and external experiences (e.g., reducing judgment), between-session practice of skills. Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Tempe, AZ is goal-oriented and tends to be short-term, although treatment duration is dependent on many factors such as severity of symptoms, degree of impairment, and consistency of between-session practice. A Licensed professional Counselor Arizona can help you work through this either in person or with our live counseling online services to guide you through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Tempe, AZ.
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR ARIZONA
Sean is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona, trained under Pia Mellody at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ and received his certification in Post Induction Therapy (PIT) while working there as a counselor. PIT is a therapy modality designed to better understand one’s family of origin and co-existing dysfunctional relationships, as well as treating the effects of childhood relational trauma. PIT affirms that one’s past experiences can result in struggles with codependence, addiction, depression, anxiety, and a myriad of other issues that can arise from ongoing dysfunctional beliefs and behaviors. Exploration, understanding and acceptance of these past events can promote and reinforce mindfulness and one’s sense of wellbeing. Sean’s work at the Meadows solidified his understanding and practice of this unique and highly specialized treatment modality and helped expand his offerings as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona. To learn more about Meadows and their program, click here.
Sean received a Bachelor of Science in Human Communication from Arizona State University in 1996. He obtained a Master of Professional Counseling with a specialization in Trauma, Abuse, and Deprivation from Ottawa University to become a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona. Sean has over 15 years of gaining experience in many areas of patient advocacy and care and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona and also offers live counseling online.