373 Collins Rd. NE,
Suite 205 Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Are You In Need Of Marriage, Family, or Individual Counseling In The Cedar Rapids, Iowa Area?
Many people seek out therapists but only walk away disappointed. They often comment that they felt like the therapist listened, but they didn’t offer much more than that. Our clients tell us they want guidance and insight into their problems, but they want more than hand holding and a metaphorical pat on the back! Sometimes they want plain and simple practical advice and someone to tell them when they are heading in the wrong direction. Our therapists are trained to help you see deeply into your life but also offer you straight forward advice when you want it. We will do more than hold your hand and say, “I understand”. We will speak to you openly and honestly and challenge you in ways others won’t so that you leave feeling more clear and empowered to live your life and become the best possible version of yourself.
At Cedar Rapids Counseling Center, our mission and guiding principle is to help people experience lasting change. We can help facilitate change by going beyond mere listening, we’ll compassionately help you dive into the issues preventing you, your relationships, or your family from thriving. Our therapists work from the belief that every person deserves to have someone to help them process through issues big and small.
Just some of the areas we cover
It’s never too early to start!
I had been seeing a counselor for a couple of years regarding anxiety and depression. We worked through the traditional coping mechanisms, and some cognitive behavioral therapy. In a 10 minute discussion with Brandon, he was able to dig deeper to the core issues and root causes than my previous counselor had discovered in years of talk therapy. Highly recommended.
You have really helped us, I hope you know that. I honestly think you have helped save our marriage that seemed unsalvageable at some points. I think we have set some healthy boundaries and goals for the relationship and we both hope to move forward, which was not always the case in the near past…
Meet Our Therapists
Brandon Wall, LMFT
Brandon is passionate about helping individuals and couples experience lasting change. He is described by his clients as having the ability to be a straightforward counselor while also being fully compassionate, down to earth, and working at the client’s pace. He has an innate ability to grasp the larger patterns that prevent many individuals and couples from reaching their full potential.
Paige Keppler, LMFT
Paige brings compassion, insight, and boldness to sessions with a unique focus on emotions and how they affect our lives. She is passionate about working with individuals and couples to find better ways to manage life’s struggles, serving as a trusted companion on your journey to change. She is available for day and weeknight appointments.
Stephanie Grobstich, LMFT
Stephanie uses humor and compassion to help you explore and process through emotions. She specializes in therapy for children, teens, and families, working to use the strengths you already have to help you make change. She is available for early morning, day, and weeknight appointments.
Pete Campie, LMFT
Pete brings a lively, empathetic personality and therapeutic approach focused on identifying narratives and systems that lead you to feeling stuck, helping you find strategies to define your own story while taking stock of where you’ve been. He sees individuals and couples for early morning and day appointments.
Melany Forbes, LMFT
Melany brings acceptance, insight, and compassion to every session. She is passionate about working with individuals, couples, and families. She is available for early morning and day appointments.
Megan Smalley, LMFT
Megan uses compassion, support, and a unique ability to build authentic relationships to help you increase awareness, meet your goals, and make the change you’re seeking. She is also trained to use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing). She works with individuals for daytime appointments.
Ann Gavin, T-LMFT
Ann focuses on building an authentic connection to give you the support you need to make change. She’s passionate about working with grief, parenting struggles, and life stage transitions. She is available for early morning and day appointments for individuals, couples, and families.
Erin Duncan, LMFT
Erin is an insightful and compassionate therapist that seeks to help her clients to heal from their past wounds. She’s passionate about being present and facilitating healing, considering it an honor to sit with others and bear witness to all aspects of the healing journey. She is also trained to use Somatic therapy and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing).
Becky Bradley, T-LMFT
Becky truly cares about learning about you as an individual. With a passion for working with eating disorders, self-esteem issues, and those struggling with self-harm, she can help you find connection, healing, and hope. She is available for day and evening appointments.
Tiffany Werderman T-LMFT
Tiffany Werderman brings a creative and compassionate approach to therapy. With a specialization in trauma, personality disorders, OCD, and various chronic mental health issues, Tiffany provides a safe, warm, and accepting space for her adult clients (18+) to explore and learn about themselves.
Leslie Caton Frey, T-LMFT
Leslie meets you where you are, creating an accepting, safe environment so you can make change on your pace. Whether you’re ready to start now or just wonder how therapy can help, she’s always happy to talk. Leslie works with individuals, couples, and families.
Nick Hayes T-LMFT
Nick brings a refreshing and empathetic approach to counseling sessions, prioritizing your growth by acknowledging your past experiences. Therapy can be intimidating, especially if it’s your first time, but Nick understands this and will work at your pace, focusing on what matters to you. Whether you’re an individual or a couple, Nick is available for early morning and daytime appointments.
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