John J. Schramm, LPC, ICAADC
"Years of providing counseling therapy have led me to one conclusion; If you want your life to work, you must be willing to address your priorities and decide what you are willing and able to change about yourself. When you evaluate and realign your priorities, you can begin to heal from the wounds you have sustained. You will experience reduced anxiety and more stable mood. My sessions are designed to support you in addressing priorities and ensure you know you are loved and an important part of the human experience
"In this age of technologically, it is tempting to seek 'on-line' that which can only be revealed through an examination of your heart and an examination of our priorities. What you let into your head, goes directly into your heart. I believe that it is the clear and deliberate review of priorities, the intention to heal and grow; the unconditional love of others; and the energy of community that results in the deepest level of healing, in the least amount of time, for the greatest number of people.
"For this reason, I offer therapeutic counseling services that address priorities and impact the mind, body and spirit of my clients. I firmly believe that when one individual makes the choice to heal, grow, address their priorities, everyone around them receives healing energy. Imagine yourself with less anxiety and a real sense of purpose and value. You will make the world a better place."
John Schramm is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Georgia and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Florida. He is internationally certified in Addictions Counseling. John’s counseling style includes established and practical behavioral and cognitive therapeutic techniques to address anxiety and mood difficulties.
He has developed and applies his own theory of “Priorities Examination” wherein client’s personal history, decisions, and motives are explored with the goal of changing responses, decreasing fear and anxiety, and instilling hope. Based upon the notion that happiness is a decision, much of the work done in therapy revolves around decision-making and motivation.
John enjoys working with all clients, many of whom are seeking assistance with couples/marital/parenting/family issues, anxiety, substance abuse, mood disorders, depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, legal problems, and trauma.
Licensed Professional Counselor / State of Georgia / LPC 004133
Licensed Mental Health Counselor / State of Florida / MH6283
Internationally Certified Drug Counselor (ICAADC) #COO50
National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) #50640