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"Navigating the world can be tough when you consistently try to please others,  have difficulty making decisions, or fear speaking your mind. I work with individuals who are  often marginalized, and exhausted by their unhealthy relationships  with self and others. Often when we attempt to live differently, negative emotions will kick in that cause us to cling to our old ways. I know all too well how difficult it is to feel overwhelmed or trapped by your circumstances. Together we'll push back on negative self talk, people pleasing, poor boundaries, self sabotage, and other unhelpful patterns that may be limiting life choices. "
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"Navigating the world can be tough when you consistently try to please others,  have difficulty making decisions, or fear speaking your mind. I work with individuals who are  often marginalized, and exhausted by their unhealthy relationships  with self and others. Often when we attempt to live differently, negative emotions will kick in that cause us to cling to our old ways. I know all too well how difficult it is to feel overwhelmed or trapped by your circumstances. Together we'll push back on negative self talk, people pleasing, poor boundaries, self sabotage, and other unhelpful patterns that may be limiting life choices. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R
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"Warm, down-to-earth, capable psychotherapist uses an integrative approach: cognitive therapy, psychodynamic and psychoanalytic means, dreams, symbols, narrative , mindfulness and other approaches -- to identify core conflicts and bring you to a more fulfilling life. I graduated Hunter School of Social Work; completed a fellowship at NYU Psychoanalytic Institute, a one year program in modern psychoanalysis,and have continued training in couples counseling, poetry therapy,dream interpretation.and Jungian therapy. I take a whole person approach"
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"Warm, down-to-earth, capable psychotherapist uses an integrative approach: cognitive therapy, psychodynamic and psychoanalytic means, dreams, symbols, narrative , mindfulness and other approaches -- to identify core conflicts and bring you to a more fulfilling life. I graduated Hunter School of Social Work; completed a fellowship at NYU Psychoanalytic Institute, a one year program in modern psychoanalysis,and have continued training in couples counseling, poetry therapy,dream interpretation.and Jungian therapy. I take a whole person approach"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"Supportive therapy is an open, honest place to feel safe, heard, and understood. Allowing space for creativity and humor is important as we work together to meet your needs without fear of judgement or rejection. I specialize in addressing anxiety, trauma, and family conflicts, as well as working with those trying therapy for the first time. I bring empathy, compassion, integrity and a lot of personality to my practice! I look forward to hearing from you to start talking about how I can help."
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"Supportive therapy is an open, honest place to feel safe, heard, and understood. Allowing space for creativity and humor is important as we work together to meet your needs without fear of judgement or rejection. I specialize in addressing anxiety, trauma, and family conflicts, as well as working with those trying therapy for the first time. I bring empathy, compassion, integrity and a lot of personality to my practice! I look forward to hearing from you to start talking about how I can help."
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"Ketamine infusions are a cutting edge treatment for depression. We follow the latest reports & research to ensure the best results at the highest standards of care. We contribute to research and clinical data to ensure that relief is available to all who need it. Find out more at https://emberhealth.co/"
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"Ketamine infusions are a cutting edge treatment for depression. We follow the latest reports & research to ensure the best results at the highest standards of care. We contribute to research and clinical data to ensure that relief is available to all who need it. Find out more at https://emberhealth.co/"
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"Early childhood experiences set the foundation for a lifetime of learning, growing, and building relationships, thus shaping mental health and wellbeing. My work with children is to enhance social emotional development and communication. As a trauma-focused therapist with values in attachment theories, I believe relationships can foster healing, repair, and growth. My style is collaborative and strengths based, focused on addressing concerns through practical strategies, mutual trust, and cultural competence. I believe my job is to support building your agency, capacities, and confidence to be the parent and person you strive to be."
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"Early childhood experiences set the foundation for a lifetime of learning, growing, and building relationships, thus shaping mental health and wellbeing. My work with children is to enhance social emotional development and communication. As a trauma-focused therapist with values in attachment theories, I believe relationships can foster healing, repair, and growth. My style is collaborative and strengths based, focused on addressing concerns through practical strategies, mutual trust, and cultural competence. I believe my job is to support building your agency, capacities, and confidence to be the parent and person you strive to be."
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"To be fully alive means to experience the whole gamut of human emotions, including the uncomfortable ones like anxiety, sadness, anger, and shame. Paradoxically, the more fully we feel our feelings, the less intense and problematic they become over time! My job is to help people develop the skills to better recognize, understand, and tolerate their feelings, and in so doing, expand their capacity for pleasurable and joyful emotions. "
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"To be fully alive means to experience the whole gamut of human emotions, including the uncomfortable ones like anxiety, sadness, anger, and shame. Paradoxically, the more fully we feel our feelings, the less intense and problematic they become over time! My job is to help people develop the skills to better recognize, understand, and tolerate their feelings, and in so doing, expand their capacity for pleasurable and joyful emotions. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, PLLC, THTC
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"I am a bilingual LCSW-R with over 15 years experience in the field. My practice areas are working with adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. Expert telemental health clinician recognized by the TeleMental Health Training Certificate (THTC)"
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"I am a bilingual LCSW-R with over 15 years experience in the field. My practice areas are working with adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. Expert telemental health clinician recognized by the TeleMental Health Training Certificate (THTC)"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"Working for over a decade with individuals and couples has continually shown me the value of therapy, and I have abundant respect for the courage it takes to seek help. I integrate relational, mindfulness, CBT, IFS and other talk therapy perspectives and, when it feels right for my clients, EMDR and Somatic Experiencing. These latter two modalities address trauma as well as many other areas of life. A certified EMDR consultant, I facilitate trainings and provide supervision for fellow therapists working with EMDR."
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"Working for over a decade with individuals and couples has continually shown me the value of therapy, and I have abundant respect for the courage it takes to seek help. I integrate relational, mindfulness, CBT, IFS and other talk therapy perspectives and, when it feels right for my clients, EMDR and Somatic Experiencing. These latter two modalities address trauma as well as many other areas of life. A certified EMDR consultant, I facilitate trainings and provide supervision for fellow therapists working with EMDR."
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"At one point or another we can all benefit from what therapy has to offer, starting with a relationship that's uniquely separate from the rest of our day-to-day lives. Family and friends may provide a great deal of support, but an outside voice - in the context of a warm, respectful, and collaborative working relationship - can make all the difference. Most people find that therapy is the place where they can finally make sense of confusing or difficult feelings and situations."
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"At one point or another we can all benefit from what therapy has to offer, starting with a relationship that's uniquely separate from the rest of our day-to-day lives. Family and friends may provide a great deal of support, but an outside voice - in the context of a warm, respectful, and collaborative working relationship - can make all the difference. Most people find that therapy is the place where they can finally make sense of confusing or difficult feelings and situations."
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"As a therapist, I like to cultivate a safe and brave space for each person to explore, holistically, the reason they've come to therapy. My approach draws from various theoretical orientations, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, rational emotive, and client-centered counseling in order to create an individualized plan that will help you identify the effective skills and tools you need in order to achieve your personalized goals. As we work together, I will tailor our dialog and treatment plan to meet your unique and specific needs."
(347) 966-4621
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"As a therapist, I like to cultivate a safe and brave space for each person to explore, holistically, the reason they've come to therapy. My approach draws from various theoretical orientations, including cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, rational emotive, and client-centered counseling in order to create an individualized plan that will help you identify the effective skills and tools you need in order to achieve your personalized goals. As we work together, I will tailor our dialog and treatment plan to meet your unique and specific needs."
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"Change - whether it is personal, professional, environmental - is the one constant in everyone's life and also the one thing we fear most. It is even more difficult adapting to change that is forced upon us. We often feel alone, vulnerable and unmoored in these moments of transition. As a therapist, I want to assist my clients in tapping into their inner wellspring of resilience and guide them through these challenging life phases; I have experience working with a variety of individuals /concerns/issues, such as LGBTQIA+, veterans, couples, anxiety, depression, stage of life transition and those struggling with identity issues. "
(408) 413-1948
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"Change - whether it is personal, professional, environmental - is the one constant in everyone's life and also the one thing we fear most. It is even more difficult adapting to change that is forced upon us. We often feel alone, vulnerable and unmoored in these moments of transition. As a therapist, I want to assist my clients in tapping into their inner wellspring of resilience and guide them through these challenging life phases; I have experience working with a variety of individuals /concerns/issues, such as LGBTQIA+, veterans, couples, anxiety, depression, stage of life transition and those struggling with identity issues. "
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""No one is immune... No matter what precautions we take, no matter how well we put together a good life...something will inevitably ruin it. Human life is fatally fragile and subject to forces beyond our power to manage. Life is tragic." -T. Keller We cannot protect ourselves from the negative aspects of life no matter how hard we try, but we can be there for one another. My goal is to help individuals navigate the difficulties they encounter in life by guiding them as they develop strategies and skills that will enable them to live a more satisfying life."
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""No one is immune... No matter what precautions we take, no matter how well we put together a good life...something will inevitably ruin it. Human life is fatally fragile and subject to forces beyond our power to manage. Life is tragic." -T. Keller We cannot protect ourselves from the negative aspects of life no matter how hard we try, but we can be there for one another. My goal is to help individuals navigate the difficulties they encounter in life by guiding them as they develop strategies and skills that will enable them to live a more satisfying life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"It's difficult to ask for help, and it can feel daunting to even know where to begin. Everyone experiences periods of life that feel overwhelming. My patients use therapy to weed through confusing thoughts and feelings, to figure out what interferes with finding and keeping meaningful relationships, and to discover new ways of coping with challenges. Coming to therapy represents a significant physical, emotional, and financial investment in your own well-being, so finding a therapist with whom you feel heard and understood is an important first step. It's essential that you feel comfortable in order for treatment to be successful. "
(718) 865-3596
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"It's difficult to ask for help, and it can feel daunting to even know where to begin. Everyone experiences periods of life that feel overwhelming. My patients use therapy to weed through confusing thoughts and feelings, to figure out what interferes with finding and keeping meaningful relationships, and to discover new ways of coping with challenges. Coming to therapy represents a significant physical, emotional, and financial investment in your own well-being, so finding a therapist with whom you feel heard and understood is an important first step. It's essential that you feel comfortable in order for treatment to be successful. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Whether you find yourself in transition or stagnant, overwhelmed or numb, trapped or out of control, I welcome you to my practice. Together, we can begin the process of pausing, understanding, and making change. Some come to therapy to address feelings of sadness, emptiness, anxiety, or grief. Others come in the midst of or just after a major life transition that has left them feeling lost, alone, or directionless. And still others come simply wanting a better understanding of self. Whatever brings you in, I will meet you just where you are."
(917) 745-3892
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"Whether you find yourself in transition or stagnant, overwhelmed or numb, trapped or out of control, I welcome you to my practice. Together, we can begin the process of pausing, understanding, and making change. Some come to therapy to address feelings of sadness, emptiness, anxiety, or grief. Others come in the midst of or just after a major life transition that has left them feeling lost, alone, or directionless. And still others come simply wanting a better understanding of self. Whatever brings you in, I will meet you just where you are."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Come as you are. Psychotherapy is a safe and private place to explore the issues preventing you from living a more productive, meaningful, happier life. I'm aware that it takes an incredible amount of courage to walk into a therapy room and share things that require great vulnerability. My approach is person-centered, empathic and flexible, meeting clients where they are in their lives and helping them to identify and work on areas they would like to change or explore. I utilize supportive, mindfulness based and existential therapies with some use of CBT and thoughtfully inserted levity."
(929) 239-4459
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"Come as you are. Psychotherapy is a safe and private place to explore the issues preventing you from living a more productive, meaningful, happier life. I'm aware that it takes an incredible amount of courage to walk into a therapy room and share things that require great vulnerability. My approach is person-centered, empathic and flexible, meeting clients where they are in their lives and helping them to identify and work on areas they would like to change or explore. I utilize supportive, mindfulness based and existential therapies with some use of CBT and thoughtfully inserted levity."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
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"I’m a queer identified, LGBTQ affirming, integrative therapist and invite you to bring your whole self to therapy. I help clients reduce symptoms and distress, increase resilience and self-confidence and develop fulfilling, meaningful relationships. My work is guided by the belief that within the context of a safe, compassionate therapeutic relationship all people have the capacity to heal and grow."
(646) 863-4871
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"I’m a queer identified, LGBTQ affirming, integrative therapist and invite you to bring your whole self to therapy. I help clients reduce symptoms and distress, increase resilience and self-confidence and develop fulfilling, meaningful relationships. My work is guided by the belief that within the context of a safe, compassionate therapeutic relationship all people have the capacity to heal and grow."
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"I believe that change is possible! You don't have to continue living in emotional pain or suffering. Let me help you on your journey towards healing and self-discovery. l provide individual, couple and family therapies to people struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief, or major life changes. "
(516) 362-2157
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"I believe that change is possible! You don't have to continue living in emotional pain or suffering. Let me help you on your journey towards healing and self-discovery. l provide individual, couple and family therapies to people struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, grief, or major life changes. "
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Psychologist, PhD
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"My clients rely on me for honest feedback, a non-judgemental approach, empathy and at times, a touch of humor. Working collaboratively, my clients uncover the root causes for their current state of unhappiness, and make changes towards a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life."
(646) 600-8021
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"My clients rely on me for honest feedback, a non-judgemental approach, empathy and at times, a touch of humor. Working collaboratively, my clients uncover the root causes for their current state of unhappiness, and make changes towards a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"All people have the capacity to face challenges and respond to difficult times and feelings. If you suffer with ruminations, depression, anxiety, or even that nagging voice that says that you aren't "good enough," I can help you find happiness and peace. I have an integrative style that combines various forms of behavioral therapies, including CBT and ACT. I love helping patients use mindfulness to help create a more balanced and fulfilling life."
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"All people have the capacity to face challenges and respond to difficult times and feelings. If you suffer with ruminations, depression, anxiety, or even that nagging voice that says that you aren't "good enough," I can help you find happiness and peace. I have an integrative style that combines various forms of behavioral therapies, including CBT and ACT. I love helping patients use mindfulness to help create a more balanced and fulfilling life."
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"I work with creative people using creative techniques to help you feel better. In an environment where everyone around us is reaching for the latest, freshest and hippest, so much creative energy can stir those very human emotions of anxiety, insecurity, and dissatisfaction. Therapy is a place to let go of the carefully curated story we present to the world and release the raw and unfiltered. Some things you might experience by coming to therapy: questioning deeply held assumptions about yourself; unpacking ingrained behaviors to see what's driving them; resolving ambivalence; and discovering techniques to help you feel better."
(917) 512-4378
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"I work with creative people using creative techniques to help you feel better. In an environment where everyone around us is reaching for the latest, freshest and hippest, so much creative energy can stir those very human emotions of anxiety, insecurity, and dissatisfaction. Therapy is a place to let go of the carefully curated story we present to the world and release the raw and unfiltered. Some things you might experience by coming to therapy: questioning deeply held assumptions about yourself; unpacking ingrained behaviors to see what's driving them; resolving ambivalence; and discovering techniques to help you feel better."

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