Concerns I treat:
Dylan Mackie-hernandez, lpc
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who I work with:
You are more analytical in your thinking patterns, and you tend to be highly logical, intelligent, and high-achieving. However, you have difficulty getting in touch with your emotional side, and that is causing you problems in relationships and perhaps even in your career growth. You may be experiencing anxiety (social or generalized), depression, or grief, and you’re not sure how to break free of these negative thinking patterns. These obstacles are separating you from living your most meaningful life. You want move past your anxious or depressed thoughts and feelings, or your intense grief, and break free of patterns that have become an impediment to your happiness.
How therapy can help you:
I can support you in bolstering your existing strengths to create practical solutions to implement in your day-to-day life so that you can connect with others in a meaningful way and live a more balanced life. Therapy can also help you to learn emotional intelligence skills to progress in your career while finding your unique purpose. If you are having trouble escaping from your anxious thinking, I will work with you to change your cognitive thought patterns through exploring different perspectives on your situation. If your issue is more related to depression, or the intense and uncomfortable emotions that comes from a significant loss in your life, together we will explore these feelings in a comfortable yet productive space.
I believe that change is most sustainable when treatment is tailored to maximize your confidence and autonomy both in and out of therapy sessions. My professional experience is based in working with a wide breadth of people and issues, but I am most passionate about working with highly intelligent people. I am an Austin, Texas native who has been living in Colorado for the past ten years. Outside of work, you can find me exploring the state on either foot or skis. Of course, my dog Phoebe joins me on as many of these adventures as possible. I also enjoy visiting with friends and family as well as traveling. I have always been an analytical person, and my problem-solving nature paired with my desire to make a positive change in the world led me to pursue a career in counseling. I feel so fortunate because I get to engage in genuine, dynamic partnerships every day as a therapist!
Schedule with dylan:
If you're looking for a skilled therapist who can understand your analytical mind and help you with your anxiety, depression or grief, I'd love to work with you. You can follow these simple steps: