April Fincham believes in the inherent worth of all people and trusts that in a safe and supportive environment, each of us is capable of transformation and deep happiness. As a counselor, April understands that healing, change, and personal growth can be challenging and wants to help you create a life of self-determined purpose and meaning. She believes that therapy should be a collaborative and empowering experience, and she creates a warm, accepting, and compassionate space in which to connect with those she serves.
At Foundations Counseling, April Fincham works with a wide variety of clients who may be seeking services that include:
- Individual Counseling – anxiety, depression, trauma and abuse recovery, self-worth, gender and sexual identity issues, spirituality, issues of race and multiculturalism, addiction recovery, holistic health
- Relationship and Couples Counseling – communication, dating and breakups, alternative relationships, sex and intimacy, attachment issues, conflict resolution, male and female roles, gender and sexual identity issues, trust and understanding, codependency, pre-marital / marital counseling
- Life Transitions – disability related issues, grief and loss, end of life / terminal illness counseling, career counseling, establishing self, restoring meaning to life, breakups / divorce
- Growth Oriented Counseling – empowerment, self-worth, restoring meaning to life, personal development, career counseling
- Family Relationships – family counseling, conflict resolution, attachment and abandonment issues, communication, codependency, adults with developmental disabilities, caregiver related issues
April Fincham is a National Certified Counselor. She has a Master of Science Degree in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, as well as a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from West Virginia University.
Since 2007, April has enjoyed working with diverse clients from many facets of life, including individuals, families, and couples. She has helped a variety of individuals dealing with the daily stressors and challenges of life, recovering from various forms of trauma and addiction, and has counseled those who are unhoused and incarcerated to promote mental health and well-being. She is also Certified as a Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) and has worked extensively with both individuals and families helping them to navigate the complexities of life with a physical or cognitive disability. April is passionate about working with and assisting others, and genuinely cares about the field of counseling as well as the people she serves.