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“As an Air Force Veteran, I understand the hesitancies of seeking the help of any kind but especially for mental health. After bearing witness to some of the most difficult life-changing circumstances imaginable, and through my own spiritual journey of self-discovery and acceptance, I ventured towards becoming a therapist in the pursuit of helping others find meaning in this life.”

Arianna Cirincione is a master-level licensed professional counselor in training and a substance abuse counselor in training for the state of Wisconsin. After retiring from the United States Air Force in 2018, she began her journey to become a Clinical Mental Health Counselor through Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI.

Arianna Cirincione


During her internship, she provided trauma-informed readjustment counseling for veterans with particular emphasis on how to experience the beauty of life in the here and now. Arianna is a member of The American Counseling Association and The Wisconsin Counseling Association. With multiculturalism at the forefront of her practice, Arianna understands how worldly influences shape a person’s life. Operating from an evidence-based and trauma-informed perspective, she utilizes an integrated theoretical approach and believes that being present in the immediate moment and working collaboratively with the client is what brings self-discovery and growth. Always encouraging, Arianna values the therapeutic relationship, authenticity, and individual responsibility, focusing on the positives in one’s life and not pathology.

We all earn for love and connection and when these needs are not met, we look for a way to substitute the feelings of pain, loneliness, and separation, which often leads to addiction. Addiction does not discriminate, and while addressing these vulnerabilities, Arianna holds space for personal beliefs on addiction and recognizes that addiction is not just a diagnosis but a symptom of something much larger.

Life is full of ups and downs; it all feels doable and then something happens, and the chaos consumes. It can be difficult to get out of the darkness. Don’t do it alone. We will walk together, in the present, towards meeting your goals.

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