About Judy

Judy McClung is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has the combined experience of more than 23 years working with individuals, couples, families, groups and businesses along with 20 more years of teaching math in public, college and alternative school settings. She holds Master’s degrees in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Christian Ministry. Her qualifications include:

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Certified AIT Therapist (Advanced Integrative Therapy is an energy based psychotherapy that releases the effects of trauma)
  • Certified EMDR Therapist (technique for reducing stress due to trauma)
  • Trained in Gestalt Group Therapy
  • Trained in Nonviolent communication
  • Certified Body Ecologist
  • Second Step Teacher Trainer

Judy offers a unique heart centered approach as she listens with her entire self to the dreams, hurts, fears, goals and hopes of her clients. She uses her ability to listen with intuition and compassion to see and understand her clients in a way that is rare in our fast paced American culture.

Judy uses this understanding of her clients’ needs, dreams and goals along with her experience, her own healing journey, her skill and her training to support and assist her clients in reaching their goals. Judy has successfully helped clients and businesses with the following issues:

  • Responding compassionately to self and others
  • Low self-esteem and destructive self-criticism
  • Learning to thrive and not just survive as a Highly Sensitive Person
  • Troubled relationships and problems with intimacy
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Parenting issues – Support in raising responsible, compassionate, empowered and happy kids
  • Difficulty in attaining personal or professional goals
  • Difficulty in decision making due to frequent second guessing
  • Obsessive thinking and difficulty in being present and grounded
  • Aggression and defiance in children
  • Trauma and victimization
  • Energy balancing and diet
  • Identifying and troubleshooting barriers to effective problem solving and communication
  • Unproductive or disruptive behavior in employees and students
  • Crisis intervention in schools, camps, businesses and communities
  • Building Staff Morale

Acacia TreeThe Acacia tree, native to the African savanna, is often called the Tree of Life. The sun, whose shape represents wholeness and completeness in many human cultures, supports and strengthens the Acacia. In turn the Acacia offers safe haven for weary travelers, both people and animals, as they tread their respective paths. The symbolism captured in this photograph, which I took in 1989 at Mt. Kilimanjaro, is the embodiment of the essence of my practice as a therapist.

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