Thomas Henderson

My passion is working with families, couples, and men seeking therapy for issues related to communication, emotional and behavioral regulation, and disconnected relationships. I have clinical experience treating anxiety, ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), intrusive thoughts, depression, grief, and trauma. Together we can fight the negative patterns that are attempting to wreak havoc in your life and treasured relationships.

I use a foundation of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) which works to progressively change the regulation of your behavior, thoughts, and emotions so you can be more productive in your present and future circumstances. I also use solution-focused (SFT) and emotionally-focused (EFT) strategies to help clients practice coping skills that integrate their logical and emotional processes instead of favoring only one process over the other.

My clients consistently remind me of the sacred work I get to do by joining them in their stories and relationships. You are already displaying a level of courage, tact, and resiliency by researching me and what therapy could look like. I would be honored to join you in your quest for healing, growth, and stability.

I was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and raised in the Chicagoan suburbs of Illinois. In addition to being a mental health counselor, I am the husband to my wife of six years, Ashley, and father to my toddler daughter, Adelaide. In my free time, I enjoy exercising by playing sports (especially basketball), spending quality time with family and friends, and “nerding” out through reading, audible, or listening to podcasts and lectures.

Counselor Experience
I received my B.U.S. (Bachelor of University Studies) from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM; and I received my Master of Arts in Family Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, IL.

Registered Mental Health Intern | Counselor in Orlando