Get to Know Pete Campie, T-LMFT

by | Sep 24, 2021

Pete specializes in counseling adult males and teenage individuals, couples. He uses a straight and direct approach to solve problems by using the client’s strengths.

“So, outside my time in therapy, I have three kids, one is 13, one is seven, and one is two.

So, I really don’t have any free time, don’t believe that I have any free time. I chase kids all the time. When I do manage to steal a moment for myself, I really like to be outdoors, I’m a really big sports fan, I spend time with family, but most of the time yeah, you’ll either catch me at the lake or chasing kids.

Oh, that’s a good one. So, I’ve had the mustache for about a year. When you’re in grad school for therapy they always tell you, as a man, to grow facial hair because I’m kind of young. I’m only 31 so they tell you to grow facial hair that way people think you’re distinguished and know what you’re talking about. So that’s how I did it, with the Stache.

My favorite of my tattoos would be this one. Leon is my son’s name, and one of my clinical focuses is co-parenting. And I think I’m good at that or at least passable at that, because I too am divorced, and a co-parent. So not only is it significant kind of clinically but it’s also of course significant because I love my son.

Thanks for taking the time to learn a little bit about me. I am accepting new clients right now; I have availability in the mornings and in the afternoons. So, if you want to visit our website or give us a call you can ask for Pete. I’ll be excited to learn a little bit more about you when we meet each other.”

Related Posts

Changing The Ending Of Your Childhood Trauma Story

Changing The Ending Of Your Childhood Trauma Story

It’s important to recognize that healing from childhood trauma is not a linear process. It can be difficult and often involves facing difficult emotions and memories. It can be tempting to try to push these feelings aside and move on, but it’s important to confront and process them to fully heal.

read more
Therapy As A New Year Resolution

Therapy As A New Year Resolution

New year, new goals! If taking care of your mental health is on your list of resolutions, consider starting therapy in the new year. It can be a great way to prioritize your well-being, work through stress, and achieve your personal goals.

read more
Grief During The Hoildays

Grief During The Hoildays

Dealing with the loss of a loved one can make the holiday season difficult. It can be hard to find joy or feel like having fun, and sometimes it can feel like having fun is a betrayal to the person who has passed away. Here are some ways to prepare for the holiday...

read more