Will Spencer, MA, LAPC
Spencer earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in psychology from the University of West Georgia, after first being drawn there by the Humanistic Psychology program. Spencer has worked in addiction, college counseling, and private practice settings, and primarily enjoys working with young and emerging adults. Spencer’s approach to counseling is rooted in humanistic psychology, psychoanalysis, and cognitive behavioral therapies, and he aims to provide a therapy experience tailored to each client’s specific needs.
Spencer works to create a safe and relaxing environment for every client, and he seeks to empower each client as the expert on their own selves and the architect of their own futures. While he does not limit his work to any particular diagnosis, Spencer finds he works particularly well with clients exhibiting symptoms of anxiety, depression, and high-functioning autism. His ultimate goal is to meet with each client where they are and to collaborate on a path forward.