Building CommUNITY

What does it mean to be United in Christ in a partisan city?

Saturday, January 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m.

Join us for an evening of dinner, drinks, and discussion led by

Dr. Angela Huebner, PhD, LMFT.

What are the best strategies to become better listeners?

How can we recognize the sameness in others?

What are signs of stress in a difficult conversation, and how can we manage them?

Join your GPC family for this enlightening and fun evening!

For questions or to RSVP,

contact Deacon Mary Beth Ray at [email protected] or respond to the Paperless Post.

Dr. Huebner led last year’s successful listening workshop at GPC. Dr. Huebner’s approach is collaborative and experiential. She believes that clients have an innate ability to heal and strives to meet them where they are in a non-pathologizing way. She is certified as an Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapist and has completed training in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy (EFT) as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), all empirically validated treatment approaches for adult individuals and couples. She has also received additional training in mindfulness practice and interpersonal neurobiology, both of which she draws upon to inform her clinical practice.
She provides therapy to a diverse group of individuals and couples experiencing issues related to marital/relationship distress, life transitions, anxiety, depression, anger, trauma (including PTSD), parenting and family conflict. Dr. Huebner also provides consultation to business co-founders struggling with issues of communication and company growth.
Dr. Huebner is a Clinical Fellow of the AAMFT and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. She served as an associate professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Virginia Tech in Falls Church, VA for 17 years before opening her full-time private practice.