Whitney Berg received her Masters of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida. Whitney received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota Morris
Whitney believes that therapeutic solutions need to be as unique as the clients she serves. Informed by her clients, she learns about their stories, relationships, and their problem that brought them to therapy. With that she also explores her client’s strengths, resources and dreams. Together she and her clients can explore the possibility for change.
When Whitney is working with a client, she makes sure to learn each person’s unique story. She strongly believes that people have problems but people are NOT the problem. The problem will not be dismissed though, she likes to see how the problem is impacting the person/family and how the person/family impacts the problem.
Whitney believes the biggest goal of therapy is to expand one’s self and see that there are numerous possibilities to your preferred story.
While pursuing her Masters degrees and since working in the community, Whitney provided strength-based therapy for adolescents and adults going through life transitions, sexual abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression, eating disorder, relationship issues, and grief and loss (including the loss of a parent, spouse and child). Whitney also facilitated a bereavement support group.
“Therapy can provide a bridge between your current reality and the life you wish to create”.