You already know you love your family. You and your spouse chose to live life together and share experiences, for some version of better or worse, but lately it’s been worse than you imagined it could be.
All of us are familiar with the idea of a mission statement. In organizations the mission statement drives decisions and keeps everyone anchored to a shared passion and purpose.
Your marriage needs a mission statement too. A way of assuring that you and your spouse stay connected, clear about priorities and united in actions. A road map that says where are you going and defines success. Marriages change over time. It’s ok if the mission changes too. Children grow up, new passions develop, and individual needs fluctuate. But taking time to stay connected means that you can both take part in recreating the vision that you’ll both work to accomplish.
Are you just beginning your journey as a couple, or have you been married for some time and lost sight of your shared goals? My role is to help you create a shared vision with respect for all parties while also reconnecting with the love and desire your marriage was founded on.
Denita holds a Masters in Counseling from Wright State University in Dayton, OH and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Ohio University. She is licensed in Indiana and Ohio and is certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional and a National Certified Counselor. Denita is currently employed full time as an Associate Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Denita enjoys spending time with her husband of 22 years and her three children. She enjoys the outdoors and gardening, football, and baseball and traveling internationally.
Scope of Practice
As a counselor for the past 18 years, she has worked with couples and families, client issues in trauma, depression, anxiety, and severe mental illness. She has assisted others in the process of personal growth, including career counseling, life transitions, and improved self-care. Denita has also devoted her career to improving the lives of diverse families and older adults.
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Please call our office: 317-471-8996