Dr. Anna Crane is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has extensive experience working with military families, particularly families within Special Forces, and understands the unique challenges faced within military life.
Dr. Crane’s Approach to Therapy
“Through compassion and careful, nonjudgmental listening, I strive to empower my clients to feel confident and capable of addressing their life challenges.
I find that too often people internalize their symptoms or diagnoses, confusing these negative feelings with their identities (I am anxious, I am depressed, I am bipolar). Rather than focus on diagnoses, I help clients identify unhelpful, uncomfortable feelings and thoughts that may be contributing to their current life challenges.
Together, my clients and I figure out how to best address those challenges. I view myself as a partner in my client’s healing process. The work is done by the client. I provide support, guidance, and information; the gains made are because of the client’s effort.
Fit between a therapist and client is the most important indicator of success – a client needs to feel comfortable. If I’m not a good fit, I will help find a different therapist.
Therapy is an important component of healing and addressing challenges, but often only one part of a system of solutions. I understand and value the need for addressing challenges from a multifaceted approach. I work with my clients to help find additional providers as needed to address sleep, nutrition, pain, etc. I look forward to meeting you.”
— Dr. Anna Crane