Gregory Guerin, MA, LPC-S
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Greg Guerin, MA, LPC-S (LA) is a 2002 graduate of Southwestern College with an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from LSU-Shreveport. He worked in Environmental Chemistry for about a decade before deciding to change careers. He has been in private practice since 2011 and prior to that worked at Brentwood Behavioral Health Hospital and the LSU-Shreveport Counseling Center. He has been an adjunct instructor at Bossier Parish Community College and in the LSU-Shreveport Counseling Psychology Program. He has made numerous presentations to the local and state counseling associations ranging from the use of Mandala’s in transformation to body centered and mindfulness-based approaches to psychotherapy.
He has practiced Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan and Fu Style Ba Gua since 1988. He is an instructor at Lee’s White Leopard Kung Fu and a 5th degree master with the World Organization of Wushu and Kung Fu Masters. Drawing from these arts, he brings body centered mindfulness to his practice. These “internal martial arts” develop the notion of “zhang-ding” or central equilibrium, which is a dynamic practice of balancing Yin and Yang. From this body focused practice which forms a container to build “chi” Greg facilitates a psychotherapy client to find their own balance. Additionally, this container is the alchemical vessel of transformation from a Jungian approach.