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Bella Bowers, APC

Do you struggle with anxiety that affects your day-to-day life? Do you feel overwhelmed by your relationship and worry that you’ll make the wrong decision? Have you had life changes that have been difficult to accept? Do you question if your anxiety will always impact your life? You’re not alone. While it can feel isolating, you’re not the only one experiencing anxiety and
uncertainty. And, things can get better.

Imagine feeling less anxious and experiencing a renewed sense of calm in your daily life.  As you learn to identify and better understand the situations and thoughts that contribute to your anxiety, you feel more hopeful about change. You develop ways to prevent anxiety and cope with it more effectively when needed. You're more present in your interactions with others and you have more energy to pursue the things that matter to you most. 

Hello! My name is Bella Bowers, and I'm an Associate Professional Counselor.  I enjoy helping clients better understand and  navigate anxiety, grief, life transitions, relationship issues, and the impact of trauma. I see clients who are 18 years and older.

In sessions, I like to utilize a Humanistic approach, which means that I like to aid my clients in identifying their strengths and ability to grow. I focus on my clients’ ability to flourish, heal, and find meaning in their lives. I think that clients are capable of determining their goals and actualizing them in their lives. My goal is to empower my clients to feel capable of creating the change they wish to see in themselves.

My View and Approach to Therapy: As a therapist, I view my role as providing support and perspective for my clients. To facilitate this, I utilize therapeutic techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Narrative Therapy. For every session, I seek to create a warm and inviting space where clients feel at ease to discuss and explore change. It’s important or me to provide a safe place for cultural diversity and differences in gender and sexual orientation.

Why Work With Me: I help my clients learn more about themselves and their relationship patterns. I also help my clients to develop and strengthen coping skills, learn healthier ways of communicating with others, and identify what they hope for themselves beyond therapy. I provide a safe, warm, and inviting space for clients to explore relationship concerns and life transitions.  I value cultural diversity and appreciate differences in gender and sexual orientation.  Beyond proving support, knowledge, and skills for my clients, I care deeply about their wellbeing and I advocate for them throughout our work with one another. Please reach out if you'd like to schedule a consultation or begin therapy. I'd love to hear from you!

Education and Training: I graduated from West Georgia in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. I continued my education with Liberty University and graduated in 2022 with a
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. In November 2022, I received my license to work as an Associate Professional Counselor. Since 2021, I have gained experienced providing individual and group therapy in an Intensive Outpatient Program and Partial Hospitalization Program. Furthermore, I have experience working with individual clients in private practice.

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