Braeden Guter

Braeden received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Dixie State University. He has worked with teenagers and young adults while also working with adults in community mental health. He is currently a counseling intern working towards obtaining a Graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Seminary.

(503) 512-9545

Ministry Experience: I have been involved with ministries in a variety of ways. I attended a missionary schooling program that allowed me to come alongside missionary families overseas. After completing that program I had the opportunity of becoming a Student Ministries Pastor for many years. There,  I served kids, teenagers, and young adults. I orchestrated summer camps, community outreach events, and multiple ministries for the church. I taught on Sunday mornings and provided care for hurting families in our church community.


Counseling Approach: It can often feel very difficult to share the inner world of your mind and allow someone to come into that space. I hope to create an environment where walls can come down and real exploration can be pursued. I operate from an Existential and Constructivism approach, but believe that each individual requires unique attention. In our counseling relationship, I hope to help cultivate insight into your life, rebuild trust in yourself, and design a life that feels authentic and achievable in every story line. Experience with clients who have severe mental health issues and I am interested in helping people with their ANXIETY, DEPRESSION, GRIEF & LOSS, ADDICTION, ABUSE, TRAUMA, and RELATIONAL ISSUES.

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