Welcome to my page. I have an eclectic approach to counseling and life. As other counseling professionals, I have had a challenging life and focused in areas which could help myself. Now that I am on this journey I would love to share with you the things I have learned and practice regularly. I have moved many times in my life and found the process of meeting new people as an art. I have been told that speaking to me is easy and comfortable. I drive for Uber to get out in the community more and boy do people open up while I take them to their jobs, home and out with friends. I appreciate this. I went to the University of Southern California for my Masters of Social Work. I did this via a Virtual Academy in order that I could continue to be present in my families life. I cared for my stepmother during the last 5 years of her life living with Stage 4 Inflammatory Breast Cancer. I assisted with co-parenting and being a support person and writing papers about some of the greatest Social Workers' in history.
I learned so much in school, primarily focusing on trauma and anxiety responses. I have done many trainings since being out of school and focused on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) informed training, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), brief therapies and other theories and manualized training.
I work really well with addicts seeking recovery, parents of persons consumed by addition. Addictions are such difficult issues which affect so many all around the person who is consumed by it. I have focused on grief and loss, losing a family member to suicide, empty nesting, trauma survivors, veterans ( I took special classes on Veterans needs at USC). I work well with Lesbian issues and am a strong supporter of people living with coming out, seeking supports and coping with the social changes which occur during this time. As I mentioned prior my stepmother had Stage 4 Breast Cancer, for a year I assisted in facilitating a Stage 4 support group to cope with changes in diagnosis, managing families responses and learning to live with a terminal disease. I have experience working with persons abused by clergy members and the difficulties this can have on religious or spiritual components. I have experiences working with people of many different faiths and spiritual paths. I am on a spiritual path and look forward to helping people find their own if this is something they want to do.
As you can tell I am very well rounded in working with many different populations, feel free to email and let set up an appointment.
I look forward to meeting you and learning how I can help you help yourself into a better life.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Trauma and abuse
- Self esteem
LGBT , Relationship issues , Family conflicts , Intimacy-related issues , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Depression , Coping with life changes , Compassion fatigue , Caregiver Issues and Stress , Obsessions, Compulsions, and OCD , Polyamory / Nonmonogamous Relationships , Posttraumatic Stress , Self-Love Read more...
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Mindfulness Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy
LCSW #SW16300 (Expires: 2023-03-31)
LCSW #34008313A (Expires: 2022-04-01)
Mindy has been great, she has helped me get through a tough time in my life. I value her greatly and would whole heartedly recommend her!
We cannot recommend Mindy enough! We would not be where we are today without her. She made us feel comfortable and always listened to what we were saying, even when we didn't actually speak it. Her ability to help you express your feelings in ways you are comfortable with is beyond amazing.
I’ve been seeing Mindy for over a year now and she is wonderful! She’s very accommodating to changing schedules and has helped on a wide and ever changing variety of issues from anxiety to grief. (Plus, sometimes her adorable dog joins the calls!)
This is great for helping my social anxiety and getting over voice chatting. Mindy was able to get me.to go.from text only to voice sessions. She has helped me make great progress
Awesome so far
I started BetterHelp with Mindy and was pleasantly surprised by the way she approached my problems. With her therapy and my medicines on the side, I was able to step away from my addictions pretty easily.
Mindy Hughett does a great job as a counselor. She listens to any and all concerns that you have as a patient and tries to make sure to cover those needs and make sure that she gives recourses where needed. She takes the time to build raport with her clients.
Talking to Mindy has been really helpful. She offers great insight into thought processes and has already helped me work through some issues that were weighing on me. She's approachable and friendly which helps a lot to set you at ease, and she seems to genuinely care about her clients. Thanks, Mindy!
Mindy is exceptional. Through only a few sessions, I feel like the major issues plaguing my life have been exposed and Mindy has helped me develop strategies to fix these areas. She is a great listener, and offers great advice.
Mindy has been great to work with so far. She’s helped me learn not only more about myself, but better techniques to understand my mind! I’m excited to grow more with her by my side!
Mindy has been wonderful! She listens and then gives advice as well as great tools to use on your own.