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Troy L Love, LCSW

Devoted to inspiring self-love and spiritual growth, two-time Amazon Best-Selling Author Troy L. Love and Licensed Clinical Social Worker has spent his life committed to finding unique and attainable ways of helping people achieve peace, happiness, and success within the modern world. With unquenchable altruism, Troy started his journey as a freshman in college landing in a Social Work 101 course just to complete a required credit.  Little did he know that it would be the doorway to a lifetime of self-exploration, personal recovery, and leadership development.  

 

His educational journey included earning a Master's in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and a Certification in Human Resources from Cornell University and pursuing careers in Medical Social and Corporate Leadership Consulting before he opened up a private practice, Yuma Counseling Services in 2009. Troy continued to complete additional training and certification programs in Sexual Addiction Treatment from Mid-Nazarene University, and Rapid Transformational Therapy, Emotionally Focused, Couples, Therapy, Brainspotting, and EMDR. 

 

Troy assists a multitude of clients and corporations while simultaneously serving as President and Clinical Director of Yuma Counselling Services. He is also the founder of Finding Peace Consulting, a global initiative based on his work on healing Attachment Wounds and developing shame resiliency. Now, with over two decades of experience in the Mental Health Field, Troy unites his teachings as Adjunct Professor for Arizona State University with his unwavering passion for exploring and understanding the human condition. He facilitates a plethora of webinars and drop-in groups and hosts the renowned ‘Finding Peace Podcast’ to further build and connect with a growing global audience, and continues to write books, including his highly praised publication, "A Year of Self-Love."  

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Troy does have narcolepsy, which is totally a pain as a therapist.  He does his best to stay on top of his medications, have a solid sleep regimen, and exercises regularly - but sometimes none of that works.  So, truly, if you have an appointment with him and his eyes start looking droopy, please let him know. He may stand up, move around, or do other things to manage it.  He wants you to know he is listening to you and is conscious of the fact that it may not appear that way.  He apologizes in advance.

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