Cherrie Phillips, LMFT
Cherrie Phillips is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has been practicing since 2014, working in multiple settings including the community mental health setting, substance abuse residential facilities, and private practice. Cherrie has worked with various age groups ranging from as young as 5 years old up to later in life years. Cherrie prides herself on being a civil minded therapist, and particularly enjoys working with marginalized populations to guide them in unpacking and healing generational trauma.
Cherrie Phillips specializes in working with clients diagnosed with depression, anxiety, trauma, parent-child conflict, relationship conflict, anger management, parenting, self esteem and insight building. Cherrie recognizes that we all struggle and we all deserve to be fully seen, in a non-judgmental space that allows for real self-reflection. Cherrie utilizes an integrated approach by using Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Solution Focused Therapy, Attachment Theory and Psychodynamic modalities to empower her clients to rediscover their authentic self in order to live in their truth and happiness. Insight is the key, it's just not an easy door to unlock.
Attachment Based Theory,
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy