William Strong, Licensed Therapist in Denver, has been in private counseling practice for over 14 years. Bill will help you find solutions instead of having circular discussions about your problems and “issues”. Bill’s goal is to help you find the solutions to what brings you into his office. He wants you to walk out feeling like you solved your problems, instead of fostering the myth that change comes from the outside (or can only come from inside a therapist’s office).
Bill Strong is a Denver native who has been in private practice for 14 years. He attended graduate school at The University of Denver and received his Masters in Clinical Social Work in 1991. Prior to developing his successful practice, Bill was a staff therapist on the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Units at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. He also has extensive experience in both residential and out-patient treatment for children and families. Bill’s first challenge after Graduate School was in helping develop the IDEAL Program at the Tennison Center for Children and Families. This program provided assistance to children and families who were struggling in a normal educational setting. Bill has also provided a great deal of clinical supervision for other therapists in Denver.
Bill’s current practice is named Strong Solutions for a reason. Instead of traditional “talk” psychotherapy, Bill wants to help his clients find the Solution to the problem that the client wants help with. This approach is a shift from “old-school” therapy, with circular discussions and “psycho-babble”. Bill wants to be helpful from the first session on and will help his clients set goals for their work together. He wants to work his way out of his client’s life instead of fostering dependence to his therapy. “I Have The Power To Change My Life!” is what Strong Solutions is all about.
Bill is up for the challenge to help you take on your struggles! So give him a call. He is confident that you will walk out of the first session with ideas that will create shifts in your life!
Many people complain that their experience in therapy has been ineffective and frustrating. They often leave a session feeling listened to, but with few suggestions from the therapist that they can apply to their day-to-day life. That form of old school counseling does more to keep the therapist’s calendar full then it does to help clients meet their goals. Bill will share with you his opinions and give you helpful feedback. His goal is to have clients experience progress within the first few sessions. Bill wants to work his way out of your life!