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Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Hello. My name is Joshua John Curry. My counseling/therapy career commenced during my time with the United States Army. I had the privilege to work as a career management counselor. That was an opportunity in which I learned that I had immense passion to help others. It also exposed me to the realization that people from all aspects of life struggle with significant challenges.
I moved on to work as mental health therapist, and a substance abuse prevention and education counselor. My professional endeavors exposed me to tremendous people who endured immeasurable challenges: ranging from the mismanagement of criminogenic impulses, parenting difficulties, substance use disorders, depression, post-traumatic stress, and an array of supplementary complications. I learned that with motivational interviewing, and a positive support system, people are capable of achieving monumental feats.
I hold an Associate of Arts in General Studies. I moved on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. I earned a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice. I subsequently attained a Master of Science in Public Safety. I am presently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Psychology.
I prioritize the needs and aspirations of clients. Through methodical rapport building and a nonjudgmental approach, I have helped countless people move on to live the lives they envisioned for themselves.
Counselor Interview Questions:
What made you want to become a therapist?
What type of clients do you most enjoy working with?
What do you like most about working with clients?
Why do people get stuck? How do you help clients get unstuck?
5. Can you tell me about a difficult client/case? What were the challenges and how were you able to help your client?
6. What's the best part of your day?
7. Do you use any specific counseling method or philosophy?
8. What do you know now that you didn't know when you first started your career as a counselor/therapist?
What is one thing that you try to teach every client?
What type of clients do you work best with?
- Antisocial Personality
- Blended Family
- Career Counseling
- Chemical Dependency
- Depressed Mood
- Developmental Disorders
- Domestic Violence
- Family Conflict
- Goal Setting
- Life Coaching
- Men’s Issues
- Personality Disorder
- Racial Issues
- Sexual Abuse
- Social Anxiety
- Cash/ Self Pay
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