Kevin DiFazio, RIC
Welcome, adventurers! Kevin DiFazio grew up in south Jersey and moved to Virginia Where he attended college at James Madison University and so enjoyed his experience that he became a permanent transplant. Kevin has always enjoyed unraveling the backstory of characters both in fiction and in real life. As a Resident in Counseling, Kevin uses a strength based approach to help clients unmask and uncover their true personas in order to have a better understanding of their own goals and how to reach them.
Kevin enjoys sharing, exploring, and connecting with each client's unique interests and personal narrative to build a therapeutic relationship. Kevin uses his various experiences to empathize with people of different backgrounds. He especially enjoys working with clients from diverse backgrounds, specifically children, adolescents and people in the LGBTQIA community. Life is unpredictable and full of unexpected challenges/adventures. Kevin finds meeting clients where they are in their journey is the most effective way to help them determine the best path for themselves. Exploring different triggers, barriers, and obstacles on each person’s unique journey can help clients find the way to re-write their own narrative and experience while providing them with the skills to manage the unexpected. Kevin draws from many treatment modalities ranging from a person-centered approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing to develop a unique set of solutions for each client.
Kevin DiFazio, Resident in Counseling
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Kevin has experience working with depression, anxiety, trauma, developing boundaries and much more.
Kevin approaches each client from a person centered approach and tries to adjust his services based on what would help the most. He works not just on processing emotions and trauma but skills development for problem solving through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing.
Bachelors of Arts, James Madison University
Masters of Education, University of Virginia