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About

Lee Freeman, LPCC

Hi! I'm so grateful you're here. My great hope is that this means you're starting your path to greater mental, emotional, spiritual, physical, and/or relational wellbeing.

 

I’ve talked to a lot of people who are at the end of their rope. They’ve tried everything, and nothing seems to work. As much as it may not feel like it in these situations, there is hope.

 

As a high school teacher for a decade, I learned sometimes people just need someone to believe in them. I also learned that when people feel supported, they can do incredible things, often much more than anyone thought they could! In an environment of safety, curiosity, and compassion, people naturally heal and grow. It’s amazing what we’re capable of when we learn to think differently about something or acquire just the right new skill. Just like in school, good counseling balances short-term objectives with long-term, sustainable growth and maturation.

 

A husband for over thirteen years, I’ve found marriage is not without its challenges, but it can be indescribably beautiful. I believe any relationship can be saved when both parties are willing to work for it. More importantly, I believe relationships are like bones: when healed properly after even severe injury, they can be stronger and better than before.

What about the Christian part? Well, I leave it up to you: we can talk about Jesus, God, and the Bible as much or as little as you would like. Utilizing prayer and scripture in the process of counseling can be incredibly powerful for those with personal faith. If that's not you, that's okay! I would still love to work together, and we don't have to talk about God at all unless you want to! Either way, I'm not here to push my beliefs—I'm here to help you examine and align your own values in your life to help you flourish.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, sometimes we'll try something and it won't really work. That's totally okay! In fact, I consider it progress because it teaches us more about you and helps us to find things that will be effective. I enjoy creating a collaborative relationship with my clients where you're like the driver and I'm like the GPS. You get to change course whenever you want, and I can help you find your way using proven and well-traveled paths. I can also assist with anticipating traffic jams and construction, helping you to find an efficient route to where you want to go.

I utilize a person-centered, integrated approach, drawing primarily from Solution-Focused Brief Therapy to help you achieve early traction and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help you achieve deep, practical, lasting change and growth. Most of all, my approach is fully personalized to you, balancing the urgency you have to achieve your goals with a desire to understand you and your story.

In no particular order, here are my areas of focus:
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  • Men's issues

  • Couples

  • Family

  • Conflict resolution of all kinds

  • Infertility

  • Adoption/Foster care

  • Anxiety

  • Pornography addiction

  • Depression

  • Grief

  • Life transitions

  • Christian counseling

If your situation doesn’t fit these but you’re still interested in working with me, please reach out anyway to see if we’re a good fit!

Formerly at Light of the Rockies Christian Counseling, Lee is now conveniently located near I-25 and Hwy 34 in Loveland, in-person or virtual serving all of Northern Colorado: Johnstown, Severance, Greeley, Fort Collins, Berthoud, Longmont, Windsor, Timnath, and more! Available for virtual sessions statewide.

Photograph of Lee Freeman

Experience and Education

Qualifications

Practicum and Internship - Light of the Rockies Christian Counseling Center

Teacher at Loveland High School - 10 years

Corporate retail management - 4 years

Church elder: 2019-present

Husband: 2010-present

Education

Master of Science - Clinical Mental Health Counseling

University of the Southwest (CACREP accredited)

Master of Arts - Secondary Education

University of Phoenix

Bachelor of Science - Business Administration

University of Northern Colorado

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