Juliana Muir, LPC
Juliana Muir is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is supervised by Karen Conkey, LPCC-S. Juliana has a background working with children, adolescents and young adults. She has training and experience working with anxiety, panic, depression, trauma and intimate partner violence. Juliana takes an eclectic, strength-based approach to therapy. She incorporates CBT and DBT skills to assist clients in becoming the best possible versions of themselves. She believes that all individuals are strong and resilient and may need occasional guidance with the challenges of daily life.
Juliana earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Baldwin Wallace University with a focus in gender studies. She completed her Master of Arts in Counseling at John Carroll University, with a concentration in substance use. Juliana had completed her practicum at The Behavioral Wellness Group assisting in the College Mental Wellness IOP as well as completing an internship at Hiram College’s counseling center. Juliana is accepting new clients ages 10 and up in her virtual practice.
8224 Mentor Ave., Suite 208
Mentor, OH 44060
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