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Adam Hunt

  • Wisconsin
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About Adam Hunt's service

Adam Hunt is a skilled therapist with expertise in helping individuals overcome depression, anxiety, stress, and trauma. He understands that living with a “mental health diagnosis” can make one feel damaged or broken, but he firmly believes that this is not the case. Adam specializes in helping his clients move forward and provides them with the tools that successful and content individuals use. In his sessions, he incorporates various therapeutic approaches such as ACT, CBT, DBT, and SFBT. However, Adam understands that most people are not interested in professional acronyms or names, but rather in practical solutions. He focuses on teaching his clients to develop psychological flexibility, enabling them to navigate both challenging and positive situations with ease. Adam’s ultimate goal is to empower his clients to become their own counselors, as they are the ones who care the most about their own well-being and know themselves best. He believes that therapy does not have to be a lifelong commitment, but rather a transformative experience that equips individuals with the tools they need to thrive.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Years in practice

15 years

NPI number


License Details

WI LCSW 9962-123

License: LCSW


License number: 9962-123

Expires at 2025-02-28



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