Autumn Slover is a licensed professional counselor with a passion for guiding individuals through their journey of self-discovery and personal growth. While the counseling profession initially found its way to Autumn, they quickly realized that it was a calling they couldn’t resist. Their own search for purpose during a time of adjustment led them to embrace the “helping profession” prescribed by the universe.
Quirky, relatable, and honest, Autumn brings a unique personality to their therapy sessions. They believe in creating a safe and nonjudgmental space where clients can explore their thoughts and emotions freely. Drawing upon various therapeutic techniques and modalities, including Rogerian, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), narrative therapy, and music/expressive arts therapy, Autumn tailors their approach to meet each client’s specific needs.
Specializing in addressing issues such as alcoholism, addiction, adult children of alcoholics, and religious trauma/ex-clergy, Autumn understands how these challenges can manifest in individuals’ lives. Through compassionate guidance and a deep commitment to fostering growth, they empower clients to overcome obstacles, heal from past traumas, and build a more fulfilling future.
Autumn completed a Master of Arts in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Malone University. Additionally, they hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology of Religion from Wilmington College, where they conducted an independent study on the intersection of religion, culture, and the psychological aspects of personal spirituality.
In their work, Autumn finds inspiration in the positive characteristics they observe in their clients. They admire individuals who possess insightfulness and are willing to openly discuss their struggles. Their ideal clients demonstrate a commendable commitment to exploring even the darkest corners of their lives with honesty and courage. Autumn understands the power of seeking help and guides their clients in finding meaning and purpose within their suffering.
With a focus on individuals aged 18 to 45, Autumn is dedicated to helping young adults navigate life’s challenges and transitions effectively. In their therapy sessions, they often utilize phrases such as “What do you feel like motivates you to do that?” and “I hear you,” creating a space for deep reflection and understanding.
With a niche in addressing dependence on alcohol or other substances, leaving the church, personal spirituality issues, depression and anxiety, and difficulties in managing alcohol use, Autumn offers a comprehensive approach to support clients in their healing journey.