We treat and coach clients with challenges in executive mentorship, couples counseling, individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy.
Lead a Purposeful Life
In our dynamic practice, we assist those in need by illuminating the shadows of self, while also finding a new and authentic purpose driven life that can and should reflect a version of peace, success, and happiness. Our approach is unique and different for each individual, while we cannot promise love, we will help you discover ways to care for yourself more.
We Can and Will Help You…
Are you ready to feel in a different way? Interventions include but are not limited to: CBT, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, Gestalt, Psychodynamic, and Interactive Interpersonal Psychotherapy.LEARN MORE
What Our Clients Say
We strive to meet the needs of our Clients. We pride ourselves in meeting the needs and goals of each Client. Here are a few or our Client Testimonials.
“If you are hurting, if you are unhappy, if you feel like you can’t trust anyone and you have nowhere else to turn and I met you… The first person I would introduce you to is Kliff…. If you are a Veteran, you are my Brother/Sister. You ARE NOT ALONE… There IS a path to happiness…. All you have to be is willing to ask for help. Which for us Veterans can be the most difficult thing in the world… Believe me I know…..”
Retired navy veteran
“It was easy to develop a relationship with Klifton due to his open and non-judgmental attitude and presence. Comfortability is so important when working on your strengths and weaknesses and spending time on bettering yourself as a leader; he never shied away and always redirected in a positive manner. I recommend taking the time to work closely through his steps, suggestions and projects that will ultimately help to make a better you!”
“In the last 5 months of independent work with Klif, I have gone from a miserable Starbucks employee to a leadership position at a non-profit working with underprivileged youth. I am coming out of my misery into a fine leader, artist and someone that has blossoming confidence…He has been a guide, a mentor, a professional and a dear dear friend of mine. With his help, applying the work that we do together, I am sure that anything is possible.”
I have been working with Klifton for the last 4 months and he has been instrumental in my successful transition from being fully engaged as an executive to full-time retirement. I didn’t expect the transition to be difficult, as I was so looking forward to retirement, but in actuality the change proved to be a challenge. Working in a structured environment for 40+ years, where I did not always control my own schedule, to having a wide open calendar was mentally taxing. Klifton worked with me to make that adjustment. His patience and ability to listen to my concerns lead to suggestions and advice that allowed me to really start enjoying my life after work.
About Klifton Fehr
The Real Me.
Coming into this field, I made a commitment to myself. It went something like this. I, Klifton will take all of the lessons learned, from each respective obstacle that I have overcome (and those I still work through daily) and utilize that pool of experience, to benefit others. I’ll combine those life lessons, with the knowledge obtained from my training, schooling and professional life to date, in an effort to assist my counseling clients (when they are truly ready). Only through working together, do we maximize our opportunity for long-term success, whatever that looks like for them. Let me share a little story with you.
At 13 years old I was struggling with all of the usual growing pains many go through in their early teens. Being the last of 13 children and growing up in foster homes, certainly didn’t make it easier. At the home in which I resided, there was no room in the family’s budget to purchase underwear for the upcoming school term, so I got my very first job as a helper in an exterminator company. I was hired on a temp/trial basis, and hungry to make that money, and also to make my employer proud! So, with a mission goal to secure new underwear, my lunch packed and a list of tasks to complete, I began my first day of work. Having no experience with machinery, please know I failed miserably at completing any of the tasks on the list. (unless you include eating lunch, which I did very well.) Instead of asking for help and getting guidance from the employer, I professed to know how to use the equipment, told him I would comple all of the tasks on the list. Needless to say, I was unable to deliver on my commitments. Understandably, my employer was not very pleased with me at the end of the day. I learned how the sting of failure is usually precipitated by a lack of clarity. Clarity in vision, direction and understanding of the processes as well as the end goals. Once I humbled myself and got “brave enough” to ask for help…I began achieving results. That has stuck with me. Being trusted to do work for patients and clients often times demands leaning into the current challenges and asking additional clarifying questions, the tough questions, the questions that make everyone glare at the issues, deficits and conflicts that can be unsettling. Armed with this lesson from that very first job, I try to make it abundantly clear to corporate clients as well as private patients, that “We must look at the good, bad and the ugly in order to see what is real versus fantasy in our quest for getting the ‘job’ done!” Also, “Questions are the answer!”, especially when you don’t know what the heck you are doing.
Look, like many people, I’ve struggled through bouts of depression, and at times with self-acceptance. Additionally, drawing healthy relationship boundaries both at work and at home, has periodically posed the same challenges for me, as it does for many of us. I experienced self-doubt and loneliness which required the support and guidance of others. And, I learned that no matter what is happening in life, I can choose to do it alone or I can choose to get help. Feeling good about “asking” for assistance has consistently made all the difference because others in my life were able to help me see where I missed the mark, yet still hold my heart while I grew through things while they rallied around me as I fumbled along.
The lessons learned in my life serve as a “north star” or compass if you will, for when situations arise that appear to present insurmountable challenges. With that in mind, Should there be any challenge or client issue that I am incapable of properly addressing, I always connect clients in need with another professional who can properly assist them.
The Professional Me.
Klifton S. Fehr is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 10 years experience running group therapy sessions with youth and adults, working within the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Klifton has dedicated his career to helping those suffering with severe and persistent mental illness, serial incarcerations, substance use disorder and persons working through many other mental health concerns.
Working collaboratively with many of the community-based organizations and private agencies throughout Broward County, Mr. Fehr has been able to shed light on some of the difficulties that society faces by being a prominent and consistent example of “guide by your side,” and having his approach assist in helping heal those in conflict.
Mr. Fehr played an instrumental role in developing and implementing Face The Music Foundation’s “Get In Tune” program, for at-risk youth and he continues to serve on the Board-of-Directors as their Programming and Educational Advisor. In that role, Mr. Fehr is working to improve the impact that psychoeducation can have on the lives of our youth throughout the country, while building their self-esteem, enhancing their levels of empathy, increasing their collaborative abilities, and improving their capacity to set healthy boundaries.
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