ABOUT US

Springfield Counseling

MISSION

Counseling is for everyone

Welcome to Springfield Counseling, a safe place to be. Here, we aim to provide acceptance, validation, empowerment, and empathy, regardless of where you are in your journey. Bringing together experience and genuineness, our therapists seek to tailor to your specific needs, allowing your goals and hopes to direct the course of therapy. We’d like to discover the ways in which the challenging parts of life shine light on your strengths.

Our services include individual and relational therapy. We utilize a variety of evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Emotion Focused Therapies, along with Jungian theory and other Depth Psychological methods, neurofeedback, and somatic-based therapies. Our therapists work from the assumption that all behavior makes sense within its context, that change is possible, and that the mind-body-spirit balance is foundational to health. 

OUR VALUES

OUR VALUES

OUR VALUES

MEET WILLIAM DUSENBERRY

Emotional struggles can make it difficult to lead a fulfilling life. As a therapist, whose education and clinical approach is rooted in Jungian theory as well as other Depth Psychological methods, William sees therapy as an opportunity for one to learn more about themselves and build resilience to better navigate the hurdles encountered in life. Through the therapeutic process, he supports clients to explore and understand how unconscious drives play out in our daily lives. This process of making the unconscious, conscious is innately healing and provides a deeper understanding of self.

William’s approach to therapy is one that holds a belief that our psyche wants and has the capacity for self healing. He hopes to provide a therapeutic relationship and space which can support client self-exploration and attainment of balance in their lives.

William’s self care routine and recreational interests include snowboarding, splitboarding, backpacking, and mountaineering. For times not spent in the mountains, he enjoys going out to experience live music, playing guitar, and backyard bonfires with friends.

MEET WILLIAM DUSENBERRY

Emotional struggles can make it difficult to lead a fulfilling life. As a therapist, whose education and clinical approach is rooted in Jungian theory as well as other Depth Psychological methods, William sees therapy as an opportunity for one to learn more about themselves and build resilience to better navigate the hurdles encountered in life. Through the therapeutic process, he supports clients to explore and understand how unconscious drives play out in our daily lives. This process of making the unconscious, conscious is innately healing and provides a deeper understanding of self.

William’s approach to therapy is one that holds a belief that our psyche wants and has the capacity for self healing. He hopes to provide a therapeutic relationship and space which can support client self-exploration and attainment of balance in their lives.

William’s self care routine and recreational interests include snowboarding, splitboarding, backpacking, and mountaineering. For times not spent in the mountains, he enjoys going out to experience live music, playing guitar, and backyard bonfires with friends.

MEET ERIN WOLFF

Erin Wolff is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and completed training at the University of Oregon in 2010 with a focus on attachment and experiential models. For over a decade, Erin has worked in various mental and behavioral health settings, supporting families and clients in schools, day treatment settings, outpatient community mental health, and private practice. Erin’s extended training has focused on healing trauma and building resilience through the body, parenting and family support, neurofeedback, and specialized work with children under 5 and their families.

Erin enjoys spending time hiking, camping, writing, doing yoga, and exploring coffee shops. She is the parent to three dynamic children, ages 10, 7, and 3. She enjoys learning about energetic medicine, and metaphysical and quantum possibilities.

MEET ERIN WOLFF

Erin Wolff is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and completed training at the University of Oregon in 2010 with a focus on attachment and experiential models. For over a decade, Erin has worked in various mental and behavioral health settings, supporting families and clients in schools, day treatment settings, outpatient community mental health, and private practice. Erin’s extended training has focused on healing trauma and building resilience through the body, parenting and family support, neurofeedback, and specialized work with children under 5 and their families.

Erin enjoys spending time hiking, camping, writing, doing yoga, and exploring coffee shops. She is the parent to three dynamic children, ages 10, 7, and 3. She enjoys learning about energetic medicine, and metaphysical and quantum possibilities.