Weston Crafton, LMFT, Ph.D. Candidate
I chose this field because of my passion for helping others rise above dominant oppressive narratives and social structures that stifle their uniqueness and opportunity to thrive.
I believe therapy is the practice of a balance of art and science. As a professor of MFT, I believe strongly in continuous learning. I see supervision as the chance to learn by doing that which we read about in graduate school.
I hope new professionals in the field are able to identify who they are as clinicians, beyond trying to "perform" a certain model of therapy. I strive to help new therapists realize their authentic selves and bring that out in their work.
WORDS I LIVE BY:
AAMFT Supervisor Candidate
- Liberty University: BS
- Northcentral University: MA
- Couple and Family Therapy
- Gender and Sexual Identity
- Trauma and PTSD
- Life Coaching
- Solution-Focused Therapy
- Bowenian Family Therapy
- Collaborative Language Systems