Paul Steinke, MA, NCC, LPCC
My work with couples began as a wedding photographer in 2006. After years of capturing special moments for newlyweds to enjoy throughout the years of their relationship, I decided I wanted to focus on helping couples create enriched, loving and life-long marriages and relationships. During this time, I also saw needs in the lives of individual men and women facing an ever changing cultural and relational landscape. With these realizations, I put my camera aside and began my training as a professional counselor.
With empathy and compassion, I work with individuals and couples to provide practical and experiential solutions to life’s struggles and problems. I seek first to understand and enter into an individual’s story with the care and respect that is deserved. I believe in the potential for each person to change, and for each couple to grow closer in their bond together. Passionate about working through issues people face today, I am excited to walk with each person as they grow into the fullest parts of themselves. I hold an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and am a Nationally Certified Counselor. Additionally, I received training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for marriage counseling and couples counseling.