Cherylle Chapman, M.S., Doctoral Student

Cherylle Chapman, M.S., Doctoral Student

1. One of my favorite childhood memories is . . .

Being carefree and playing outdoors with my friends, such as riding bikes, playing tag, hopscotch and jumping rope.

2. I love being a mental health counselor because . . .

I get to help others and be myself at the same time. 

3. A life lesson I’ve learned from my clients is . . .

That the client is the expert of their own situation. 

4. Three words that describe my counseling style are . . .

Authentic, engaged, and personable.

5. When I’m not in counseling sessions, you’ll find me . . .

In the kitchen, at a restaurant or anywhere that has food.

6. Three people who inspire me are . . .

My parents and my grandmother.

7. A quote that I live by is .  . .

“If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.”

8. One thing guaranteed to push me out of my comfort zone is . . .

 

9. My best self-care technique is . . .

Watching my favorite TV shows, listening to music, and lighting candles.

10. This is how I found counseling and how counseling found me . . .

My parents emphasized the importance of mental wellness.

11. One thing I could not live without is . . .

My family.

12. If I were to tell a friend about mental health counseling, I would say . . .

I would say . . .mental wellness is just as important as physical wellness.

13. The approaches I draw from in my counseling practice are . . .

Person-centered, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral therapy.

14. Clients that challenge me the most have this in common . . .

Are clients who are unsure about therapy at first, but trust the process and are active and engaged.