Colorado Teen Counselor Phil J. Stone
Phil J. Stone, LCSW has been a Colorado teen counselor for over 20 years. He helps his clients overcome anxiety, depression and borderline personality disorders, and his approach is absolutely unique. This Colorado teen counselor is also a professional musician, and among his therapeutic “tools”, he is known and respected for his use of music therapy.
Music therapy addresses every element of human behavior. As a society, people, especially teens, are hyper-tuned into their music scene of choice. It’s more than a casual appreciation. Music is as much a part of the fabric of mind, brain and behavior as anything else for a teen. They find their identity within the lyrics and rhythms of their favorite artists. And because they do, Phil Stone connects easily, and helps them find the common ground that becomes the foundation for their healing.
Many who search for a Colorado teen counselor express a desire to find someone who will not only “listen” to their teen… but someone who will RESONATE with them. And this is where Phil Stone shines. By sharing their love for music – regardless of what genre they enjoy – he is able to tear down barriers to communication. This opens up the doors to healing, and many of his clients show dramatic improvement in a reasonably short amount of time.
Phil is not only a Colorado teen counselor. He also very successfully works with adults, couples and individuals struggling with mental illness and addiction issues. He is able to offer counseling via Skype or Zoom, as well as his in-office practice. He is trained in DBT, CBT and TA therapy and leans heavily on creative and innovative experiential therapy styles.
If you are looking for a compassionate and accomplished Colorado teen counselor, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Phil directly. You may contact him HERE, or simply schedule an appointment. We know you’ll be pleased by engaging Phil J. Stone – and it’s our hope that there’s nothing but hope and healing right around the corner!
Phil J. Stone is listed on the Psychology Today website, and his many areas of specialization may be found there.