Steve holds a belief that with the future advancing, there is work to be done. He believes in cultivating a counseling environment that is void of judgment and ego. All too often in life we smother thoughts and feelings that could have been otherwise resolved, had we not worried about how others might judge us. Further, who wants to express these sensitive feelings to a friend or family member that we do not want to appear weak around? In sessions with Steve, you will always have his complete attention along with his straightforward and respectful feedback.
At Foundations Counseling, Steve Termath works with people who seek counseling for a variety of reasons, including:
- Mental Health and Wellness – men’s issues, boundaries, spirituality, grief and loss, obesity and weight loss, schizophrenia, self-esteem, body image issues
- Relationship and Couples Counseling – affair recovery, pre-engagement, pre-marital, boundaries, divorce and divorce recovery, infidelity, parenting, men’s issues, couples counseling
- Parenting Issues – parent-child interactions, authoritative parenting, setting and holding family boundaries, parenting challenges, general parenting, divorce and custody transitions in families
- Life Transitions – end of life and grief issues, newlyweds, spirituality
- Children, Adolescents, and Teens – Facebook depression, effects of divorce
Steve Termath is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC). He earned his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. Steve has spent much of his focus in couples counseling, however, has also worked with individuals seeking relationship and parenting assistance. He also has experience in working with clients in the grief recovery process. Steve carries a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Prior to his counseling career, Steve amassed over ten years of professional management experience in three different states. Steve Termath is an Honorably Discharged Veteran of the United States Army.
Steve is married and has three children. In addition to family time, he is passionate about baseball, spending time at the gym, and reading travel essays and nonfiction.