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"I have been a counselor for 29 years, and believe it is a calling . My primary focus is helping my client achieve relief from symptoms and behaviors that interfere with having satisfying relationships and enjoyment in their life's work. Therapy is a journey we take together to see where you have been, and where you would like to go, and what your personal road blocks are to happiness and contentment. I can help with depression, trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, marital conflict, food concerns, self esteem, and grief. It is an honor to be part of your journey."
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"I have been a counselor for 29 years, and believe it is a calling . My primary focus is helping my client achieve relief from symptoms and behaviors that interfere with having satisfying relationships and enjoyment in their life's work. Therapy is a journey we take together to see where you have been, and where you would like to go, and what your personal road blocks are to happiness and contentment. I can help with depression, trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, marital conflict, food concerns, self esteem, and grief. It is an honor to be part of your journey."
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"People always ask me why I became a therapist - "isn't it so hard?" Yes it is challenging work, but the reward far outweighs all difficulties. The same is true for being a client in therapy, especially in DBT. It is incredibly difficult work, and it takes a great deal of vulnerability and bravery. I aim to create a safe, honest, and nonjudgmental environment within my sessions, while working with you to create your life worth living! I was intimidated when first learning about DBT, but it has since become a passion of mine, and I am honored to be able to share it with others."
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"People always ask me why I became a therapist - "isn't it so hard?" Yes it is challenging work, but the reward far outweighs all difficulties. The same is true for being a client in therapy, especially in DBT. It is incredibly difficult work, and it takes a great deal of vulnerability and bravery. I aim to create a safe, honest, and nonjudgmental environment within my sessions, while working with you to create your life worth living! I was intimidated when first learning about DBT, but it has since become a passion of mine, and I am honored to be able to share it with others."
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"I work with individuals and couples. My specialties include Sex Therapy, Relationship Issues, and LGBTQA Issues. My therapeutic style draws from a variety of treatment approaches, including but not limited to Couple and Family Systems Therapy, Psycho-dynamic Therapy, Sex Positive Sex Therapy, Pleasure-Oriented Model for Sexual Satisfaction, Conflict Resolution, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Practice. My therapeutic approach honors and respects you as a whole person - your emotional, mental, and sexual self."
(856) 491-9236
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"I work with individuals and couples. My specialties include Sex Therapy, Relationship Issues, and LGBTQA Issues. My therapeutic style draws from a variety of treatment approaches, including but not limited to Couple and Family Systems Therapy, Psycho-dynamic Therapy, Sex Positive Sex Therapy, Pleasure-Oriented Model for Sexual Satisfaction, Conflict Resolution, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness Practice. My therapeutic approach honors and respects you as a whole person - your emotional, mental, and sexual self."
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"Day to day life wearing you down? Stress, anxiety and depression weighing on your every movement? Sometimes things get past us and before we know it our mind, body and spirit are no longer aligned. Similar to physical health, our emotional health benefits from on-going maintenance. I believe we all have the potential to make positive improvements in our lives. I can offer encouragement, support and assistance in a non-judgmental environment. I can guide you in developing feelings of confidence and empowerment in a safe and supportive environment, by assisting to develop a plan to achieve your goals for personal happiness and growth."
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"Day to day life wearing you down? Stress, anxiety and depression weighing on your every movement? Sometimes things get past us and before we know it our mind, body and spirit are no longer aligned. Similar to physical health, our emotional health benefits from on-going maintenance. I believe we all have the potential to make positive improvements in our lives. I can offer encouragement, support and assistance in a non-judgmental environment. I can guide you in developing feelings of confidence and empowerment in a safe and supportive environment, by assisting to develop a plan to achieve your goals for personal happiness and growth."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSSW, LCSW
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"Some of human suffering is about the way we experience the events of our lives rather than the things themselves. Therapy offers an opportunity to bring awareness to our experiences and change our relationship to them rather than try to change the events themselves. Through this approach, we gain a sense of control in our lives and positively experience and influence its direction. If we believe that we have power within us to achieve health and happiness, then the events in our lives that cause us pain and suffering can be seen as an opportunity to learn about ourselves and experience personal growth."
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"Some of human suffering is about the way we experience the events of our lives rather than the things themselves. Therapy offers an opportunity to bring awareness to our experiences and change our relationship to them rather than try to change the events themselves. Through this approach, we gain a sense of control in our lives and positively experience and influence its direction. If we believe that we have power within us to achieve health and happiness, then the events in our lives that cause us pain and suffering can be seen as an opportunity to learn about ourselves and experience personal growth."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"Individuals decide they need or want therapy for a variety of reasons. Many times people do not know what to expect when they begin therapy. I describe therapy as a three phase process. Phase I: This is the beginning of the therapeutic relationship. A mutual rapport and trust develops so therapy can move into Phase 2. The majority of the therapeutic work takes place in phase 2. A person's experiences, both positive and negative, their perceptions, their values, beliefs, and thoughts are explored during this phase."
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"Individuals decide they need or want therapy for a variety of reasons. Many times people do not know what to expect when they begin therapy. I describe therapy as a three phase process. Phase I: This is the beginning of the therapeutic relationship. A mutual rapport and trust develops so therapy can move into Phase 2. The majority of the therapeutic work takes place in phase 2. A person's experiences, both positive and negative, their perceptions, their values, beliefs, and thoughts are explored during this phase."
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"IMPORTANT UPDATE: Dr. Pressman's "Deconstructing Anxiety" program has been receiving national acclaim, being called "Life changing", "By far the best program I have attended", "The most exciting thing I've come across in a long time", "Extraordinarily important" and "Extremely effective and deeply moving". Built on the understanding that fear is at the root of all problems (including depression, stress, relationship struggles etc,, as well as anxiety), the program is a powerful training for freedom and fulfillment at the deepest level. Dr. Pressman is now offering this program for individuals and groups in a 6 week course."
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"IMPORTANT UPDATE: Dr. Pressman's "Deconstructing Anxiety" program has been receiving national acclaim, being called "Life changing", "By far the best program I have attended", "The most exciting thing I've come across in a long time", "Extraordinarily important" and "Extremely effective and deeply moving". Built on the understanding that fear is at the root of all problems (including depression, stress, relationship struggles etc,, as well as anxiety), the program is a powerful training for freedom and fulfillment at the deepest level. Dr. Pressman is now offering this program for individuals and groups in a 6 week course."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, DCSW, QCSW, CACYFSW
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"For me, a solid therapeutic relationship with my clients is a must, and a trusting and supportive environment is the essential mantra to good therapeutic work. I believe it is a great privilege when a client allows me into the realm of their vulnerabilities, and I have a responsibility to offer them the best quality care in the most conducive environment possible. I feel that my professional knowledge coupled with life experience gives me a deep ability to listen honestly, understand sincerely, empathize in a heartfelt way and offer genuine respect for the human condition...whatever it may be."
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"For me, a solid therapeutic relationship with my clients is a must, and a trusting and supportive environment is the essential mantra to good therapeutic work. I believe it is a great privilege when a client allows me into the realm of their vulnerabilities, and I have a responsibility to offer them the best quality care in the most conducive environment possible. I feel that my professional knowledge coupled with life experience gives me a deep ability to listen honestly, understand sincerely, empathize in a heartfelt way and offer genuine respect for the human condition...whatever it may be."
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"Helping you understand the root of the problem while working towards healing, in a safe and warm environment is a focus of my therapeutic model. This helps positive change become possible. You may be experiencing worry, self-blame, judgement or feeling not as happy as you would like. Do you want to feel better, but are unsure of what steps to take, or if the change is possible? These feelings may affect your self-esteem, mood, and other areas of your life. It's important that the focus is not just about changing your behaviors, but about feeling better."
(609) 798-1063
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"Helping you understand the root of the problem while working towards healing, in a safe and warm environment is a focus of my therapeutic model. This helps positive change become possible. You may be experiencing worry, self-blame, judgement or feeling not as happy as you would like. Do you want to feel better, but are unsure of what steps to take, or if the change is possible? These feelings may affect your self-esteem, mood, and other areas of your life. It's important that the focus is not just about changing your behaviors, but about feeling better."
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"Looking for a therapist can be a vulnerable time. Thank you for taking the first step. I believe that our relationships are the cornerstone of of our lives. This includes our relationship with our self, our family, our partner(s), our friends, and our community. I am an empathetic, collaborative, and strengths-based therapist. Through a systemic approach, I both support and challenge my clients by helping them to identify stuck points, heal wounds, re-write narratives, and strengthen relationships."
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"Looking for a therapist can be a vulnerable time. Thank you for taking the first step. I believe that our relationships are the cornerstone of of our lives. This includes our relationship with our self, our family, our partner(s), our friends, and our community. I am an empathetic, collaborative, and strengths-based therapist. Through a systemic approach, I both support and challenge my clients by helping them to identify stuck points, heal wounds, re-write narratives, and strengthen relationships."
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"I am a clinical psychologist and certified health coach in private practice for over 20 years. My area of expertise is the treatment of anxiety, depression and weight and health issues. My philosophy is to help clients become healthy both physically and mentally. I believe when one has a strong physical foundation, it is much easier to handle life's challenges. Many clients who seek treatment with me suffer from anxiety, depression, low self esteem and weight and health problems. As health improves and weight stabilizes, they often experience concomitant improvement in mood and mental well being."
(856) 393-1058
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"I am a clinical psychologist and certified health coach in private practice for over 20 years. My area of expertise is the treatment of anxiety, depression and weight and health issues. My philosophy is to help clients become healthy both physically and mentally. I believe when one has a strong physical foundation, it is much easier to handle life's challenges. Many clients who seek treatment with me suffer from anxiety, depression, low self esteem and weight and health problems. As health improves and weight stabilizes, they often experience concomitant improvement in mood and mental well being."
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"As a Pennsylvania and New Jersey Licensed Doctor of Clinical Psychology, trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Perceptual Control Therapy, Family Therapy, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Dr. Carter Cloyd provides competent, confidential, individualized mental health service to children, adults, and families in two different private office locations (Philadelphia and New Jersey). Dr. Cloyd has an extensive history in working with children, adults, and families. Dr. Cloyd provides mental health service during evenings and weekends. Dr. Cloyd has provided quality mental health service in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Voorhees, New Jersey for the past 20 years. Clients are seen by appointment only (215-990-7714)."
(215) 977-4192
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"As a Pennsylvania and New Jersey Licensed Doctor of Clinical Psychology, trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Perceptual Control Therapy, Family Therapy, and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Dr. Carter Cloyd provides competent, confidential, individualized mental health service to children, adults, and families in two different private office locations (Philadelphia and New Jersey). Dr. Cloyd has an extensive history in working with children, adults, and families. Dr. Cloyd provides mental health service during evenings and weekends. Dr. Cloyd has provided quality mental health service in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Voorhees, New Jersey for the past 20 years. Clients are seen by appointment only (215-990-7714)."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, LMFT
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"Is your goal better communication? If you've tried to improve your communication skills on your own and still keep having the same arguments over and over I would love to teach you some new skills and coach you how to use them. I will also help you explore the negative thoughts and emotions that drive your communication and help you repair broken relationship bonds. I work with couples, families and individuals to build bridges between you through all the transitions and stages of life."
(856) 317-6299 x7043
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"Is your goal better communication? If you've tried to improve your communication skills on your own and still keep having the same arguments over and over I would love to teach you some new skills and coach you how to use them. I will also help you explore the negative thoughts and emotions that drive your communication and help you repair broken relationship bonds. I work with couples, families and individuals to build bridges between you through all the transitions and stages of life."
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"While we are physically distancing during COVID-19, we must work harder than ever to stay emotionally and mentally healthy and connected. At Bridge to Balance we work with children, adolescents and adults. We are now offering TELEMENTAL HEALTH to current and new clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Bridge to Balance, we understand that life is a journey which may present many challenges and struggles. We work with each individual to help discover the tools they need to find their inner strength and thrive. "
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"While we are physically distancing during COVID-19, we must work harder than ever to stay emotionally and mentally healthy and connected. At Bridge to Balance we work with children, adolescents and adults. We are now offering TELEMENTAL HEALTH to current and new clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. At Bridge to Balance, we understand that life is a journey which may present many challenges and struggles. We work with each individual to help discover the tools they need to find their inner strength and thrive. "
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"I believe that a clear, focused, relaxed and lucid mind is the best instrument for self-discovery and healing. Using a combination of meditation, mindfulness and cognitive methods, I help individuals to attain deep inner awareness of one's mind and body and deep outer awareness of the external world. I believe that the resolution of many of life's problems becomes apparent when we open our minds to our own unrecognized thoughts, feelings, and sensations. I believe that contentment can arise only as a result of a basic honesty and acceptance of oneself."
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"I believe that a clear, focused, relaxed and lucid mind is the best instrument for self-discovery and healing. Using a combination of meditation, mindfulness and cognitive methods, I help individuals to attain deep inner awareness of one's mind and body and deep outer awareness of the external world. I believe that the resolution of many of life's problems becomes apparent when we open our minds to our own unrecognized thoughts, feelings, and sensations. I believe that contentment can arise only as a result of a basic honesty and acceptance of oneself."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, EdS, PhD, LMFT
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"Encouraging healthy relationships with God, self, and others, I work with clients to elicit their strength-based responses to life challenges. The term "strength-based" refers to identifying assets and assumes that people and their relationships have the capacity to grow and change. Identifying strengths shifts the focus away from deficits alone towards processes that promote coping, resilience, and transformation responses. I enjoy helping and encouraging: couples who desire empathic, respectful, and loving interactions; clients who desire growth in the aftermath of a significant life challenge; individuals toward personal growth; families; college students / young adults"
(856) 282-0004
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"Encouraging healthy relationships with God, self, and others, I work with clients to elicit their strength-based responses to life challenges. The term "strength-based" refers to identifying assets and assumes that people and their relationships have the capacity to grow and change. Identifying strengths shifts the focus away from deficits alone towards processes that promote coping, resilience, and transformation responses. I enjoy helping and encouraging: couples who desire empathic, respectful, and loving interactions; clients who desire growth in the aftermath of a significant life challenge; individuals toward personal growth; families; college students / young adults"
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, STL, LMFT
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"Therapy is where healing begins and caring never stops. If you've got experience to share I've got a compassionate heart and emotional ears to listen. My therapy goal is to walk the walk with you and empower you to be leader in your life story, creating a new meaning and context out of your experiences to reconstruct your life. Nobody should walk through life alone in difficult moments of recovering from stress, anxiety, depression, traumatic experiences; anger, grief, infidelity, betrayal; marriage, communication, relationship issues; or spirituality needs. Take courage! Compassionate caring to restore your life is a call away."
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"Therapy is where healing begins and caring never stops. If you've got experience to share I've got a compassionate heart and emotional ears to listen. My therapy goal is to walk the walk with you and empower you to be leader in your life story, creating a new meaning and context out of your experiences to reconstruct your life. Nobody should walk through life alone in difficult moments of recovering from stress, anxiety, depression, traumatic experiences; anger, grief, infidelity, betrayal; marriage, communication, relationship issues; or spirituality needs. Take courage! Compassionate caring to restore your life is a call away."
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Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LAMFT, MBA
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"**Teletherapy sessions now available!** Are you searching for a healthier relationship with yourself? Are you searching for healthier relationships with others? The key to achieving both can be unlocked in an emotionally supportive therapeutic environment. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, communication, self-esteem, relationship conflict, family drama, grief, post-partum or just having a hard time right now - you deserve a fulfilling and balanced life. In therapy, you will discover who you are, say goodbye to old baggage and deepen your relationship with yourself and others to live your best life. "
(856) 559-7144
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"**Teletherapy sessions now available!** Are you searching for a healthier relationship with yourself? Are you searching for healthier relationships with others? The key to achieving both can be unlocked in an emotionally supportive therapeutic environment. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, communication, self-esteem, relationship conflict, family drama, grief, post-partum or just having a hard time right now - you deserve a fulfilling and balanced life. In therapy, you will discover who you are, say goodbye to old baggage and deepen your relationship with yourself and others to live your best life. "
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"Relationships, new life stages, career changes, can be challenging. I specialize in helping individuals transition into their new life status with confidence and perspective. We all look to increase our happiness and joy, reduce our stress , frustrations and and suffering, improve our relationships and accomplish our goals. The dilemma to many of us is that we would like these things to happen without changing too much of ourselves. My aim is to help people move through the process of change, while helping you process and cope with your current life challenges."
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"Relationships, new life stages, career changes, can be challenging. I specialize in helping individuals transition into their new life status with confidence and perspective. We all look to increase our happiness and joy, reduce our stress , frustrations and and suffering, improve our relationships and accomplish our goals. The dilemma to many of us is that we would like these things to happen without changing too much of ourselves. My aim is to help people move through the process of change, while helping you process and cope with your current life challenges."
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"The therapeutic relationship is most successful when the therapist and individual work in concert with each other toward a specific goal. The therapist is committed to listen, guide, render feedback, and above all, treat the patient with respect which allows the patient to be all he or she can be. The patient learns to understand the tenets of cognitive therapy and utilize the techniques to improve his or her everyday life. The patient is entrusted with the hard work of change which, although difficult, has as its reward, a greater personal understanding of self, others and the world around them."
(856) 878-2027
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"The therapeutic relationship is most successful when the therapist and individual work in concert with each other toward a specific goal. The therapist is committed to listen, guide, render feedback, and above all, treat the patient with respect which allows the patient to be all he or she can be. The patient learns to understand the tenets of cognitive therapy and utilize the techniques to improve his or her everyday life. The patient is entrusted with the hard work of change which, although difficult, has as its reward, a greater personal understanding of self, others and the world around them."

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