Regina Hughes, LPC-Intern
Licensed Professional Counselor Intern
Throughout our lives, we experience times that are overwhelming, confusing, and challenging. Regina believes that the process of therapy supports individuals in accessing their own inner strength and resources to navigate such times and to grow through the process. Her counseling style is warm, nonjudgmental, and compassionate which creates the space for clients to express themselves openly and honestly. By viewing the client holistically, she works to meet each client’s individual needs.
Prior to becoming a therapist, Regina taught yoga in the community for over ten years. This experience as well as several theoretical approaches inform her work with clients. These approaches include mindfulness practices, Attachment Theory, Restoration Therapy, and Systems Theory. However, she believes an authentic person-to-person connection and the quality of the therapeutic relationship are central to change.
Regina walks alongside her clients as they explore presenting concerns, develop self-understanding, increase self-compassion and experiment with new ways of being. She has worked with a variety of populations in individual and group settings and is especially passionate about helping women address the unique issues and concerns that present throughout the lifespan.