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“More smiling, less worrying. More compassion, less judgment. More blessed, less stressed. More love, less hate.”
– Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
Dr. Felicia Moutry provides individual counseling to the adolescent population ages 14-18. She has over 25 years of professional experience that includes clinical experience working with adolescents within a high school and private practice environment. She also has experience providing therapy and career counseling to adults within a government and private practice setting. Her clinical journey also afforded her the opportunity to serve as Director of a master’s program in Counseling and teach graduate students within a Clinical Mental Health and School Counseling program. She specializes in working with adolescents who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, anger management challenges, social skills issues, trauma, and sexual identity concerns.
Dr. Moutry’s mission and passion is to provide clients with a comfortable, non-judgmental space for sharing and being “who they are.” Her goal is to help clients gain awareness, learn ways to cope with emotional and mental challenges, and help clients work on their personal goals to become stronger, happier individuals. When working with adolescents, Dr. Moutry is patient, understanding and enjoys employing a collaborative approach to providing therapy. Her primary theoretical approaches integrate Person-Centered & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She uses techniques that include cognitive restructuring, enhancement of emotional regulation and mindfulness. The person-centered approach helps her connect with her clients in an unconditional manner, promotes greater understanding and enhances self-awareness so that clients can experience self-growth and different ways to handle their challenges in a successful way.
Dr. Moutry enjoys spending time with her immediate and extended family. During her spare time, Dr. Moutry enjoys listening to music, swimming, painting small projects and going to plays. She has a passion for other languages and has lived abroad in the Yucatan Peninsula to broaden her cultural lens. Dr. Moutry has been involved in her church community in different capacities, which includes being part of the finance team and liturgical dance ministry.
Moutry, F. (2019, November). Compassion Fatigue: Counselors Avoiding Vicarious Trauma. Georgia School Counselor Association, Atlanta, GA.
Moutry, F. (2019, October). Importance of the Spiritual Dimension of Resiliency: Counseling LGBTQIA+ Clients who have experienced Trauma. Maryland Association Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Issues in Counseling Symposium, Germantown, MD