Regan Hovey, MS, AMFT, APCC

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Meet Regan...

“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life, and you will call it fate.” 

-Carl Jung 

  

Regan Hovey is a Registered Associate Marriage + Family Therapist {#115280} and a Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor {#6919} under clinical supervision by Emily Celis, MS, LMFT {#101376} and employed by S.A.G.E. Holistic Health & Wellness Center.  


Regan works from a strengths-based perspective to empower individuals to feel safe  while facilitating authentic, meaningful, and self-directed choices about how to live. She believes in building a strong therapeutic alliance with clients in which they feel both seen and understood. She utilizes a collaborative and body-inclusive approach that focuses on each client’s unique history and the ways in which that history has impacted their present experience of self, relationships, and the world around them. 


Regan is passionate about working with clients who need support in addressing the impact of trauma and the sense of disconnection it can yield. She also focuses on working with individuals who face depression or who are feeling stuck. Grief/Loss, identity formation, life transitions, and family functioning are also areas of interest when working with clients. 


Regan conceptualizes therapy as an invitation to explore what is known and unknown between therapist and client. She is sensitive to people’s diverse cultural backgrounds and is passionate about supporting individuals in exploring those identities in an empathic, non-judgmental manner.


Given the inherent difficulty of discussing and processing difficult experiences, Regan utilizes a holistic approach, grounded by research and lived experience, that points to the importance of establishing safety and focusing on the whole person rather than symptoms alone. This integrated approach lends itself to improved resilience as opposed to solely heightening levels of insight and cognition. This is the difference between pointing to examples of what safety and empowerment look like and actually establishing a felt sense of these constructs.


Regan received her Master’s degree in Counseling from California State University Fullerton and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Georgia State University. Her thesis focused on exploring the benefits of integrating yoga and somatic based practices into psychotherapy when working with trauma. Regan is a registered yoga teacher and integrates yoga, movement, and somatic practices as a means of awakening to life in the present. Her experience in different aspects of mental health and educational fields has provided her opportunities to interact with and serve diverse populations in a variety of settings.  


Session Fees

Highest: $125

$100 for 45 min |$125 for 60 min 


Regan offers fees based on a sliding scale, which is determined based upon your financial need. Please contact Regan to discuss your particular financial situation to determine the session fee. 


Populations Served, Specialties & Certifications:

  · Anxiety 

· Child or Adolescent 

· Codependency 

· Depression 

· Emotional Disturbance 

· Family Conflict 

· Grief 

· Self Esteem 

· Sexual Abuse 

· Spirituality 

· Stress 


Treatment Approaches:

  · Embodied/Somatic 

· Humanistic 

· Attachment based 

· Depth 

· Culturally Sensitive 

· EFT for Couples, Individuals & Family 

· Eclectic 

· Emotionally Focused 

· Existential / Depth 

· Family Systems 

· Gestalt 

· Integrative 

· Multicultural 

· Person-Centered 

· Psychodynamic 


Specialties & Certifications: 

  • Interpersonal Trauma
  • Registered Yoga Teacher-200 Hour (RYT-200) 


Set up an appointment with Regan today or schedule your complimentary 15 minute phone consult by calling 714.391.3853 ext 8 or emailing her at reganhovey@sagewellnessctr.org.


Regan is a Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who is employed by and under clinical supervision with S.A.G.E. Holistic Health & Wellness Center. 



 



“Trauma creates change you don’t choose. 

Healing is about creating change you do choose.” 


-Michele Rosenthal 

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