Claire Stuebe, MA, LPC, LCPC
Claire Stuebe began a lifetime of serving others when she joined the Peace Corps as a recent college graduate. Her time in Ecuador left her with a love of Spanish, an appreciation for the culture of others, and a willingness to go the extra mile (or more) to help. Over the course of her career as a counselor, she has done just that, working with families, children, and adults as they navigate complex trauma, domestic violence, or mental health concerns. She has worked in career counseling in the college setting, and as a program evaluator establishing quality service delivery. She has worked for the last decade in the EAP field, serving on the front lines as she is often the first person to offer support and assess the degree of impairment a client may be experiencing.
Claire offers the MB-EAT workshop twice per year and other meditation programs throughout the year. She is available for online therapy when this method of services is indicated. If in-person therapy is more appropriate she will refer to a local colleague or can offer to adjust wellness consultations as needed.
Education & Certifications:
- MA, Community Counseling, Adams State College, Department of Counselor Education, Alamosa, CO
- BA, History, Duke University, Durham NC,
- Licensed Professional Counselor, North Carolina
- Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Maryland
- Certified Employee Assistance Professional
- EMDR Certified
- Certified Facilitator, MB-EAT