At Live True Counseling, our core mission has always been rooted in existential-humanistic values. We believe that every individual, regardless of their background or circumstances, deserves the opportunity to explore, understand, and embrace their unique life journey. It’s with this spirit that we’re thrilled to announce our new program offering therapy at a reduced rate of $50 or less.We recognize that many in our community face barriers when seeking therapeutic support, whether they be financial, cultural, or logistical. Our aim is to bridge this gap, ensuring that therapy is accessible to those who might otherwise be unable to benefit from it.
This exciting initiative has been made possible through our recent collaboration with the Lewis & Clark College Art Therapy program. As we step into our new role as an intern site, we’re not only providing invaluable training for the next generation of therapist interns but also expanding our capacity to serve our community in a meaningful way.
Art therapy, with its emphasis on self-expression and exploration, aligns seamlessly with our existential-humanistic approach. It offers a unique avenue for individuals to delve into their experiences, feelings, and aspirations, fostering deeper understanding and growth.
Our commitment to our community goes beyond the walls of our practice. By offering this reduced rate program, we’re taking a tangible step towards our vision of a world where quality therapeutic support is within reach for everyone. We invite you to join us in this endeavor, whether you’re seeking therapy, know someone who might benefit, or simply wish to spread the word.
Together, let’s create a space where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.
Justin Rock, Partner at Live True and Chair of Clinical Services, holds a BA in Philosophy and an MA in Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy from Lewis & Clark College. He is deeply invested in existential-humanistic therapy, exploring the intricacies of human consciousness and how we can use our understanding of the human psyche to access a greater sense of choice in our lives. Justin is also an Adjunct Professor at Lewis & Clark, where he shares his passion for therapy with the next generation of practitioners.
When he’s not with clients or students, you might find him embracing the unpredictability of a golf game, deeply engaged in a strategic board game, or delving into philosophical studies. Justin is inspired by Leonard Cohen’s words, “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in,” and he brings this blend of empathy, fun, and earnest commitment to his work, helping others navigate their unique paths towards self-discovery and growth with integrity and humanity.