University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Psychological and Cultural Studies, Counseling Psychology
Dr. Coady-Leeper is an analyst in training with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts; she attends the Minnesota Seminar in Jungian Studies; she also has had training in Object Relations Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Feminist Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
My psychotherapeutic approach helps clients address deeper issues that have kept them stuck in unhappiness, conflict, anxiety, and depression. Through working together, the client learns to have a healthier relationship with the self. This is accomplished by focusing on becoming more conscious of feelings, thoughts, and dream images and by discovering the meaning in those images. Sometimes this involves learning skills to face conflict with oneself and others. At times, this means one has to grieve losses or decisions that can’t be undone. Discovering how to live a more authentic life reduces one’s anxiety and depression. The goal is to align one’s living more closely with one’s calling.