Hi, I’m Grace Guyton.
I believe that relationships are central to our lives as human beings- whether that’s a relationship with yourself, a significant other, family member, friend, colleague, or higher being. Therefore, my passion is helping individuals and couples have the best relationships possible and live the life you desire.
With a genuine & comfortable approach, my clients feel safe to work through some of their most challenging issues. We will identify what isn’t working, improve your relationships, and help you feel more balanced & whole. This may include equipping you with helpful skills or deepening your insight into yourself and your relationships.
My extensive experience with couples includes communication issues, infidelity, substance use, parenting and step-parenting challenges, feeling lonely or unhappy, and deciding whether to continue or end the relationship. I work with many individuals who struggle with anxiety, navigating the crazy world of dating, self-worth, motherhood, and general life stress. If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or simply in need of extra support, I’m here to help!
I also have unique specialties in working with grief and issues around faith/spirituality. If you are struggling with the loss of a loved one (through death, estrangement, or mental illness/substance use) having someone to walk this journey with you is an invaluable gift. I offer a non-judgmental space to work through any sadness, anger, regrets, or questions you may have. My previous career as a minister in the United Methodist Church gives me the unique skill set to support you as you question or wrestle with your faith or spiritual beliefs and come to a place that feels comfortable and right for you. I will never push my own beliefs or faith on anyone, and am an LGBTQ+ ally.
To best serve you and your individual goals and needs, I draw from several therapy models, but primarily use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy with individuals and the Gottman Method and Prepare/Enrich with couples. My work incorporates mindfulness techniques, helpful skills, deepening self-awareness, and developing self-compassion.
I am currently under the supervision of Shaun Kell, LMFT and expect full licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist in early 2024.
You deserve to love yourself and have healthy, satisfying relationships. If you think we could be a good fit, I’d love to chat. Reach out for a free consultation call or go ahead and book a session online.
If you feel that we may be a good fit, reach out to me for a free phone consultation.
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