Darin Hays, LSW
Clients I love working with:
- Individuals with anxiety and depression
- Individuals with low self-esteem
- Individuals with anger issues and emotional regulation issues
- Individuals in life transitions (specifically adolescents and young adults 12+)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Systems Theory
- Modern Psychodynamic Approaches
- Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Darin is currently accepting new clients
- Monday and Thursday from 1:30-6:30
- Tuesdays from 1:30-7:30
- Wednesday and Friday from 1:30-5:30
- In-person and telehealth
(Cash, Card, Check, HSA Accepted)
Darin uses many concepts from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and trauma focused-cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) to provide practical tools which may include mutually agreed upon homework. He utilizes family systems theory, and the exploration of childhood development and trauma history that may have an impact on the client’s present day by using some aspects of modern psychodynamic approaches. Darin is QPR certified and has a certificate of completion in The Fairy Tale Model of Trauma Treatment.
Many times people come to therapy overwhelmed and perhaps even questioning if they should be seeking help at all. Darin wants to partner with you to find the treatment that will work best for you in this process and remind you that there is hope and that you do matter. Darin believes that the most important aspect of the therapeutic experience is the presence of someone who will listen and care for you no matter what you may be facing. Darin is also a devoted Christian and would love to discuss anything pertaining to faith if you would like to bring up those conversations in session.
Darin earned his Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies from Ozark Christian College and his Bachelor of Social Work from Missouri Southern State University in 2022 where he graduated with the outstanding graduate award. He went on to earn his Master of Social Work from The University of Arkansas in 2023 where he earned the MSW student award of excellence. Darin is presently under the supervision of Lisa Franklin, LCSW and is an LSW in the state of Indiana.
Darin's Blog Posts
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