Denise Bolden-Little

Denise has long known that her life’s purpose is to help others through their journey of healing. She is a licensed, professional counselor with nearly two decades of experience in the field of behavioral health.  Denise is also a supervising counselor for licensure. She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Service Administration and her Master of Science in Community Counseling from the University of South Alabama, and has extensive post-graduate studies in Health Psychology from Walden University. 

Denise has worked in residential, outpatient, and inpatient treatment settings. She has found joy in helping clients who were struggling with addictions,  family conflicts, mood disorders, and identity issues, get the care and support they needed. 

Denise utilizes an eclectic, personalized approach to treatment that entails components of cognitive-behavioral, dialectical-behavioral, and emotions focused therapies to strengthen your sense of self,  elevate mood, and improve quality of life. She understands the essence of unconditional positive regard to the healing process. 

To maintain a balanced lifestyle,  Denise enjoys traveling and social activism. She is also an avid foodie and movie buff!

Areas of Expertise & Skills

Addiction

Anxiety

Depression

Identity/Sexuality

Life Transitions 

Self-esteem Issues

Trauma

Vocational Challenges

Education

1996 – Bachelor of Science,  Social Service Administration, University of South Alabama 

 

2001 – Master of Science,  Community Counseling,  University of South Alabama 

 

2010 – Post-graduate Studies, Health Psychology,  Walden University