Julie Hogue, LPCC

Cognitive Behavioral Therapist

  • Anxiety, Anger, & Social Skills
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Behavioral Difficulties in children & teens
  • Parenting
  • Ages: Children 10+, Teens, Adults


  • Asperger’s and/or Autism Spectrum Behavioral Interventions
  • Mindfulness and/or Mindfulness Based CBT
  • Trauma Focused CBT

Experience 12+ Years

Julie’s approach with each individual includes a mindful presence, which embraces an openness and a creative approach toward possibilities. She joins her clients to develop fresh ideas to old patterns and problems. With a strength based and CBT approach, Julie works with her clients to manage anxiety, problem solve, improve their relationships, overcome stress and change negative thought patterns and fixed mindsets into more growth and resilient changes, resulting in a stronger sense of self.

Julie has worked with families for 25 years as a teacher, parent educator and counselor. She spent the last 12 years working as a high school mental health clinician in the state of New Hampshire. She has worked with many students over the years who have experienced social anxiety, depression, PTSD, school stress, OCD, and relationship stress. She has also worked with parents of children and teens through the many transitions of family life.

In her free time, Julie enjoys spending time with her husband and three adult children, spending time with her siblings, hiking, cooking, reading and taking in the beauty of nature.

What is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC)?

Professional counselor education and training standards for licensure are on par with marriage and family therapists and clinical social workers, the other two master’s level mental health providers in the state. Requirements for California’s Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCCs) include:

  • Possession of a 60-unit master’s or doctoral degree in counseling, or a closely related degree, from a regionally
    accredited or “approved” institution of higher education that includes certain core content areas
  • Completion of a minimum of 3,000 hours of post-master’s supervised clinical experience, performed over two years, and continuing education hours for renewal
  • Passage of the National Clinical Mental Health Counselor Examination (NCMHCE) and a California Law & Ethics Exam
  • Adherence to a strict Code of Ethics and recognized standards of practice, as regulated by California’s Board of Behavioral Sciences

How can a LPCC help me?

Like other mental health professionals such as social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, LMFTs, LPCC’s help clients by diagnosing and treating common emotional and behavioral difficulties that interfere with functioning at an optimal level. LPCC’s use empirical-supported counseling techniques to help their clients achieve desired goals.