Joseph Hull, LLMSW
When was the last time that you truly confided in someone? Do you have things that you struggle to share with people, or maybe aspects of yourself that you struggle to accept?
Joe considers it a privilege to step into your story with you. He offers a safe environment in which your story is heard, affirmed, and understood. It is in such a safe place that Joe believes a person can come to understand his or her own past and present with compassion and acceptance. He believes that people thrive when their feelings and thoughts are heard and affirmed, and when another person comes alongside them with a genuine interest in their experiences and wellbeing.
Joe completed his Master of Social Work degree at Grand Valley State University. He has practiced with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, identity issues, relational and family issues, self-harm, suicidality, and with sexual, physical, and emotional abuse and other traumas. His life so far has led him to live and work with people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds, which has led him to believe that there are many excellent, fulfilling ways of living. Joe practices therapy that is psychodynamic and relational, and values mindful practices and creative expression.
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