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Nathan Pond
LPC
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Nathan Pond

LPC

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Bio

For over ten years I have enjoyed working with youth in camps, schools and the community. For nearly eight years I have worked at multiple youth residential treatment center. For two of those years I was a counselor. For five years I was a paraprofessional in the academic program. I am currently employed as a mental health therapist.
Ever since I was young my friends knew that they could come to me to talk about their problems. Some friends even referred to me as their “bartender.” Since then I knew that I wanted to help others overcome their problems. I have always been physically fit, but I didn’t appreciate it. Until 2004 when I contracted a very rare disease called Guillain Barre. It completely paralyzed me. Through my months of physical therapy I discovered the power the mind has over the body as I was able to push my body to limits that doctors couldn’t have expected. I worked to a miraculous recovery. Defying all doubt and criticism both from within and from others, I was able to continue to improve my body and mind to excel in sports and academics. Through coaching and playing I discovered even more the importance between the connection of the mind and body.
This drive and passion led me in attaining a Bachelor’s degree in both Psychology and Physical education – mind and body. I am a certified personal trainer and I continued my education to become a therapist as I worked to get my Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Beyond this education, I have years of experience working in both of these diverse fields.
After getting licensed as an Clinical Mental Health Counselor I began working as a therapist at multiple addiction and treatment centers, both outpatient and inpatient. Through my experience and education I have created a therapeutic tool that incorporates physical exercises to assist in the treatment of mental health issues. This program is called Cognitive Physical Conditioning (CPC) and can benefit a client by helping their body to heal from hormone and neuro-chemical deficiencies caused by their disorder.
I took my skills and knowledge to improve the businesses that I have worked for. I have been able to market to multiple different outlets, both in fitness and mental health. My unique experience has drawn in clients who wouldn’t normally participate in a therapeutic program. I don’t want to just work for an amazing company; I want to be a catalyst in its growth and success.

Specialties
Cognitive Physical Conditioning

E-counseling.com verifies the therapist information at the time the therapist is initially listed in the directory. If you find any of the information to be inaccurate in any way, please tell us by emailing: staff@e-counseling.com. We recommend that you contact the provider listed below directly to verify any information that may be of interest to you. This information is subject to change at any time and we take no responsibility for its accuracy.

For over ten years I have enjoyed working with youth in camps, schools and the community. For nearly eight years I have worked at multiple youth residential treatment center. For two of those years I was a counselor. For five years I was a paraprofessional in the academic program. I am currently employed as a mental health therapist.
Ever since I was young my friends knew that they could come to me to talk about their problems. Some friends even referred to me as their “bartender.” Since then I knew that I wanted to help others overcome their problems. I have always been physically fit, but I didn’t appreciate it. Until 2004 when I contracted a very rare disease called Guillain Barre. It completely paralyzed me. Through my months of physical therapy I discovered the power the mind has over the body as I was able to push my body to limits that doctors couldn’t have expected. I worked to a miraculous recovery. Defying all doubt and criticism both from within and from others, I was able to continue to improve my body and mind to excel in sports and academics. Through coaching and playing I discovered even more the importance between the connection of the mind and body.
This drive and passion led me in attaining a Bachelor’s degree in both Psychology and Physical education – mind and body. I am a certified personal trainer and I continued my education to become a therapist as I worked to get my Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. Beyond this education, I have years of experience working in both of these diverse fields.
After getting licensed as an Clinical Mental Health Counselor I began working as a therapist at multiple addiction and treatment centers, both outpatient and inpatient. Through my experience and education I have created a therapeutic tool that incorporates physical exercises to assist in the treatment of mental health issues. This program is called Cognitive Physical Conditioning (CPC) and can benefit a client by helping their body to heal from hormone and neuro-chemical deficiencies caused by their disorder.
I took my skills and knowledge to improve the businesses that I have worked for. I have been able to market to multiple different outlets, both in fitness and mental health. My unique experience has drawn in clients who wouldn’t normally participate in a therapeutic program. I don’t want to just work for an amazing company; I want to be a catalyst in its growth and success.

Qualifications
License #8671479-6004
Experience:
 5 years

Languages:
English
  • 1603 N State St, Lehi, Utah
  • xlr8therapy@gmail.com
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