Joyce Urban LMHC strength based approach and practical methods will help you find suitable means of therapy and explore integral components of mental health and wellness resources, attentive to the scope of your mental health needs
Urban Counseling would like to be your partner as you navigate through the challenges that cause you pain and prevent you from reaching your full potential. The power of change through words and other range of modalities can assist you in finding suitable means to reach balance and fulfillment in the your life. Through the pursuit of this mission, our solution oriented treatment approach will manifest the development of identity, self worth and healthier coping skills within a positive , safe and nurturing environment
About Urban Counseling
Linda Murphy IMHC has a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling. She holds a current RN license and has worked extensively in homecare nursing, addictions, staff training and preceptorship and forensic psychiatric nursing. Linda worked at CRC with individuals, couples and families. Her specialty areas are domestic violence and addictions.
Raegan S. Hoyt Flynn, LMHC graduated from Webster University-OMC with a dual Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and School Guidance Counseling. She received a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Human Services from Saint Leo University in Florida and served as a Crisis Counselor for 3 years, and a Family/Parenting Counselor for 3 years in Marion County, Florida. She has a special interest in counseling clients with disabilities, children and empowering women to become more self-confident.
Cristin Small, IMHC, M.A. graduated from Webster University with her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling. She utilizes a strength-based approach with her clients, and encourages them to focus on their overall physical and emotional wellness. She has a special interest in counseling children and youth, and helping clients of all ages find peace and happiness in their lives.
Amanda DiCecco, IMH, M.A. graduated from Webster University with her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She received her Associates of Art degree in Criminal Justice, attained an Associates of Science degree in Criminal Investigations as well as earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology. Amanda has a special interest in counseling young children and adolescents with behavioral struggles by utilizing a person-centered approach. Amanda’s therapeutic modality focuses on aiding youth to recognize and implement positive changes in their life as well as empower their well-being and personal growth.