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Crimson Dove Counseling Services
Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people among us need a little help to work through some of life’s more challenging problems. Everyone has battles to fight and hurdles to overcome at some point. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction, or any other issue, you should know that there is hope for a better tomorrow.
You might be initially hesitant to seek out help and support for personal matters, but when you do, you will feel confident in the fact that you are taking a courageous first step towards getting to a better place and becoming a better you.
Our practice specializes in treating individuals, couples and families, and through years of experience, we are confident that no problem is too great to overcome. Through therapy and counseling, there is a way to address the issues you are facing and you can learn coping strategies to help you or your family. Our goal at Crimson Dove Counseling is “Making Connections and Changing Lives”.
Crimson Dove Counseling Services offers:
- Individual Counseling for Adults and Children
- Couples Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Post-Traumatic Stress Counseling
- Career and Life Transition Counseling
- Traumatic Brain Injury Counseling
- Grief and Loss Counseling
Jimmy Ausbrooks is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, which works with a team of other Licensed Healthcare professional that counsel individuals, couples and families.
He counsels in the areas of anxiety, anger management, post traumatic stress, conflict resolution, poor self-image, life transitions, grief, gender identity, and substance use disorders. Crimson Dove Counseling Services is a team of affirming counselors that are committed to the practice of being person centered counselors.
Jimmy Ausbrooks has vital experience in navigating issues related to mental health, career, life transitions, gender identity and substance abuse. His philosophy and commitment is best summed up in his own words: “I am passionate about helping others in all stages of life; as we face conflict within themselves and with others we must maintain the hope for change.
I am a native of Kentucky and the son of a former United States Army Sargent. I take my profession very seriously, I also adhere to a motto that means so much to me as a counselor and one I learned as a child. I know that our service men and women retired or in active duty both live and practice. The motto is “De oppresso liber,” which is translated to mean “To free the oppressed,” or “Free from having been oppressed.” This is the motto of the U.S. Army Special Forces and one we all should inspired to do.
Mental health, substance, and so many other daily struggles can often oppress us and/or our families. I recognize mental health, life transitions, and substance abuse as an oppressors and I have committed to helping free individuals and their families so they can “Be all they can be”.
Jimmy Ausbrooks earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Western Kentucky University before earning his Master of Education degree in Counseling and Human Development from Lindsey Wilson College. He enjoy many hobbies and interests; i.e., many adventurous activities like hiking, domestic and international travel, politics, and cooking. He is a foodie and avid Food Network watcher.