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Mackenzie Trotter

Mental Health Therapist

Mackenzie holds an independent license as a Mental Health Therapist and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Mackenzie has worked in the mental health and substance use field since 2013. Mackenzie is a certified ADHD professional, which involves an intensive training targeted at managing ADHD across the lifespan.  In addition to ADHD, she has experience treating a number of mental health issues, including anxiety, perfectionism, relationship issues (including sex therapy), personality disorders, and sex addiction. Mackenzie also works with individuals seeking freedom from addictive and compulsive sexual behavior in a group setting, bi-weekly on Thursdays from 6-7pm.

“When people don’t have any curiosity about themselves, that is always a bad sign.” Irvin Yalom  Hello! You reading this seems to be a good sign; it tells me you have an interest in examining your life, as something probably isn’t working the way you’d like it to! I use a humanistic therapy approach, specifically existentialism, reality therapy, and attachment theory – although these might not mean anything to you now, they will – as I enjoy sharing everything I know with the hope it will help create additional meaning in your life.

If you decide to take this journey with me, you and I will start by peeling back layers upon layers in pursuit of truth, no matter how painful, as truth and taking responsibility are keys to living a meaningful and purposeful existence.

One of my favorite quotes is, “Living safely is dangerous,” – Irvin Yalom; so if you’re ready to dive in to the nitty-gritty / the good, bad, and ugly of your existence, I look forward to venturing into the chaos and messiness of life with you!