Todd Burd, MA, LCPC

Todd holds a Master’s degree in Community Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He uses a variety of proven approaches and modalities, depending on individual needs, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Therapy, Mindfulness, and individual/group psychoeducation.  He is practiced in helping those dealing with PTSD, Military/Veteran issues, addictions, grief, personality and mood disorders, as well as many other challenges.  Todd provides a safe environment for his clients to discover more productive methods in handling very personal issues.

 

Todd retired from the US Navy in 2006 and began working as a Military Aviation Consultant until he launched into a new chapter in his professional journey. Upon completing graduate school, he served as Director of Social Services with The Salvation Army of Winnebago County until he was appointed Superintendent of the Veterans’ Assistance Commission. He gained clinical experience specializing in substance abuse counseling and as a Behavioral Health Counselor at a nursing care facility imparting coping techniques with both young and mature adults struggling with severe mental illness.

 

As a musician, Todd believes everyone has his or her own song to sing. He credits Zig Ziglar for his personal philosophy of believing that you can get everything in life you want – if you just help enough other people get what they want.  This simple yet powerful quote is Todd’s cornerstone value and has been his greatest reward as a therapist, leader in the community, and advocate for over 30 years.


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