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Cameron Lothspeich, Grad Student Counselor

I have a passion for working with individuals who are struggling with concerns related to gender, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, ADHD, and other forms of neurodivergence.

I take a narrative approach to therapy, leaving room for a whole spectrum of feelings as we unpack your story together. While this probably sounds like a daunting process, we work collaboratively with realistic practices to manage life challenges piece by piece. Most importantly, you and I will take moments to honor your healing journey, learn to cherish the whole person you are, and bring out strengths that will help you achieve your goals.

In addition to my budding professional life as a counselor, I find solace in the eclectic activities I enjoyed growing up in rural Idaho and have found here after a decade in Bozeman. I enjoy hiking, kayaking, skiing, cooking, listening to music, and watching local theater events. These activities help renew my energy and give me further insight to expand my view of the human condition.

Currently, I am earning my graduate degree from Montana State University (Bozeman) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am under the clinical supervision of Kathryn Bowen, LCPC.

I am able to offer a reduced fee of $30 per session, which is helpful for those seeking affordable counseling options.

I am excited to continue learning and growing as a therapist and look forward to helping others on their own journey to accept themselves and achieve their goals.

If you are seeking a therapist who is kind, insightful, and dedicated to helping you manage your challenges and goals, please don’t hesitate to set up an appointment with me.

“Crisis takes place when the old has not died and the new has still not been born.”

-Bertolt Brecht

“You will never be able to experience everything. So, please, do poetical justice to your soul and simply experience yourself.”

-Albert Camus