About Garrity O'Crowley

I graduated with my masters degree in counseling from Boise State University, and with a bachelors degree in social work from Utah State University.  I have 15 years of combined experience working with children, adolescents and adults.

I pull from a wide variety of experience including working in children’s services, individual, group, and academic counseling in the elementary and high school levels, community mental health, facilitated community support groups for grief and loss, as well as assisted individuals and families cope with terminal illness and death in hospice care.  This array of work environments has provided perspective and valuable insight into how to help individuals find success in their own counseling experience.

Additional training includes treatment of Trauma and PTSD, attachment issues, addressing mental health in rural areas, school emergency response, body image, and coping with grief and loss.

My style of strength-based counseling pulls from cognitive, behavioral, Adlerian, mindfulness, and client-centered approaches.

Spare time usually finds me enjoying the outdoors, gardening, and building blanket forts with my kids.

I'm currently a member of the following organizations:

  • American Counseling Association
  • National Board of Certified Counselors

"Courage is contagious. Every time we choose courage, we make everyone around us a little better and the world a little braver." — Brene Brown

photo by Nick Birse (flickr: notaspy)
photo by Nick Birse (flickr: notaspy)