Craig Manning, LPC-S
Staff Therapist

Craig Manning is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor with over 25 years of experience.  Craig has extensive experience working with individuals and couples and specializes in working with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, marital issues, and substance abuse counseling.

Craig has worked all over the country, including Texas and Alaska, and was most recently the Clinical Director of an 82 bed residential substance abuse treatment center in Alabama.

Craig follows both the REBT (Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) models as his approach to therapy.  The models look at one’s “Belief System” and how it was created and evolved over time, including unhealthy, destructive, and irrational beliefs.  Craig loves the collaborative approach to counseling and helps guide the client through the process of healthy change.

Craig is a husband and father of six.  Craig loves to “rough-house” with his Great Dane and enjoys outdoor activties, such as camping, canoeing, swimming, and hiking.  Craig also loves just sitting on the couch with his family watching movies, sporting events, and losing badly at video games.  Craig is also proud to say that he is an Eagle Scout.


    • BS, Psychology, Southern Utah University
    • Master of Science in Psychology, Alaska Pacific University