Tom Breitenbucher, Ph.D., LP, M.F.A.

Serves: Adults, couples, families

Specific areas of interest: Working with people who suffer from depression, anxiety, and relationship problems

Education: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Montana; M.F.A., Creative Writing, University of Montana

About my work: I see therapy as a partnership directed toward finding emotional truth about a person’s life. When the truth is found, it is nearly always affirming. And when you take in that truth, it is harder to betray yourself, and repeat self-defeating patterns. I use a variety of techniques and approaches to understand people and help them achieve their goals. In addition, I have a background in philosophy and an M.F.A in creative writing, which I find useful in understanding the complexity of human suffering and aspirations.

To learn more about Tom, read his blog entries here and view his Psychology Today biography.