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"Disappointment, stress, and trauma can make us forget who we really are: inherently good beings, capable of giving and receiving love in a balanced, healthy way. I can help you to remember, by providing a safe, warm, and welcoming space where you can share your experiences. We'll explore your story together and, along the way, take a look at your strengths, your potential, and what stands between you and strong, healthy connections with yourself and others."
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"Disappointment, stress, and trauma can make us forget who we really are: inherently good beings, capable of giving and receiving love in a balanced, healthy way. I can help you to remember, by providing a safe, warm, and welcoming space where you can share your experiences. We'll explore your story together and, along the way, take a look at your strengths, your potential, and what stands between you and strong, healthy connections with yourself and others."
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"I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy with older adolescents, young adults and adults. Psychodynamic psychotherapy fosters self-understanding and facilitates meaningfulness, satisfaction and efficacy in relationships and work."
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"I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy with older adolescents, young adults and adults. Psychodynamic psychotherapy fosters self-understanding and facilitates meaningfulness, satisfaction and efficacy in relationships and work."
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"My passion is to work with individuals, families and couples experiencing emotional or behavioral barriers in their life. I work predominantly with adults, offering individual, couples and family therapy. With the use of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) I assist clients in making necessary behavioral changes. Together we will work to modify thought processes and apply behavioral changes that facilitate lasting change in your life. I am committed to bringing healing, growth and wholeness to clients. I offer day and evening hours accommodating your busy schedule."
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"My passion is to work with individuals, families and couples experiencing emotional or behavioral barriers in their life. I work predominantly with adults, offering individual, couples and family therapy. With the use of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) I assist clients in making necessary behavioral changes. Together we will work to modify thought processes and apply behavioral changes that facilitate lasting change in your life. I am committed to bringing healing, growth and wholeness to clients. I offer day and evening hours accommodating your busy schedule."
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"Often there is hesitation and fear when we take those first steps toward seeking help. Many people envision a therapist as a disconnected observer; however, my clinical approach is very relational and collaborative, meaning you and I both work together toward your healing. Once we've established a foundation of trust, my style tends toward creative and playful, as I feel the role of laughter is often undervalued in the therapeutic process. Our struggles are not silly, but we human beings often are. People typically enter treatment expecting tears, and they often come, but joy is equally powerful and cathartic."
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"Often there is hesitation and fear when we take those first steps toward seeking help. Many people envision a therapist as a disconnected observer; however, my clinical approach is very relational and collaborative, meaning you and I both work together toward your healing. Once we've established a foundation of trust, my style tends toward creative and playful, as I feel the role of laughter is often undervalued in the therapeutic process. Our struggles are not silly, but we human beings often are. People typically enter treatment expecting tears, and they often come, but joy is equally powerful and cathartic."
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"At some point we can all benefit from what therapy offers: an opportunity to be deeply known and understood. Starting with a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I work from the understanding that meaningful change is possible when we sincerely turn inwards and examine our basic assumptions about ourselves, others, and the world around us. I believe that therapy is a process of collaborative self-exploration into our values, needs, and ways of being with others. From this understanding, I work with clients to develop the critical skills of self-awareness, emotional-attunement, and psychological flexibility. "
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"At some point we can all benefit from what therapy offers: an opportunity to be deeply known and understood. Starting with a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I work from the understanding that meaningful change is possible when we sincerely turn inwards and examine our basic assumptions about ourselves, others, and the world around us. I believe that therapy is a process of collaborative self-exploration into our values, needs, and ways of being with others. From this understanding, I work with clients to develop the critical skills of self-awareness, emotional-attunement, and psychological flexibility. "
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"Therapy isn't a taboo thing anymore. It's essential to creating wellness in our personal and professional lives. Therapy is beneficial to our little kiddos and our experienced adults; we can all benefit from these services. As a licensed professional counselor with clinical experience in children, adolescents and adults, I have seen the impact of treatment. I am able to implement a client's identity and values into treatment. As a culturally-competent clinician, I incorporate a level of unconditional positive regard and understanding for the treatment process. "
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"Therapy isn't a taboo thing anymore. It's essential to creating wellness in our personal and professional lives. Therapy is beneficial to our little kiddos and our experienced adults; we can all benefit from these services. As a licensed professional counselor with clinical experience in children, adolescents and adults, I have seen the impact of treatment. I am able to implement a client's identity and values into treatment. As a culturally-competent clinician, I incorporate a level of unconditional positive regard and understanding for the treatment process. "
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"Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute's specialty is spiritually integrated psychotherapy. All therapists are trained to respond with respect and sensitivity to the client's spiritual viewpoint and welcome discussions of spiritual realities in the therapy room. This makes us uniquely suited to walk with clients through questions such as "why am I here," "how could God allow this," and others that may have a spiritual component."
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"Pittsburgh Pastoral Institute's specialty is spiritually integrated psychotherapy. All therapists are trained to respond with respect and sensitivity to the client's spiritual viewpoint and welcome discussions of spiritual realities in the therapy room. This makes us uniquely suited to walk with clients through questions such as "why am I here," "how could God allow this," and others that may have a spiritual component."
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"I have years of experience working with clients struggling with grief, trauma, and depression. I am a member of ASERVIC, with many years of experience and extensive graduate study in religion and spirituality and can integrate values connected with a client's preferred religions and spiritual emphases into all therapeutic approaches. Clients facing life-transitions have greatly benefited from this focussed approach to wellness at every stage of life. I work well with adults of all ages. Older adults have often especially appreciated my counseling orientation. I am also fluent in Spanish and Italian."
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"I have years of experience working with clients struggling with grief, trauma, and depression. I am a member of ASERVIC, with many years of experience and extensive graduate study in religion and spirituality and can integrate values connected with a client's preferred religions and spiritual emphases into all therapeutic approaches. Clients facing life-transitions have greatly benefited from this focussed approach to wellness at every stage of life. I work well with adults of all ages. Older adults have often especially appreciated my counseling orientation. I am also fluent in Spanish and Italian."
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"*I am unable to accept new client at this time.* I work primarily with adults experiencing emotional challenges. This often looks like depression, anxiety, or grief. I also work with individuals going through a transition in life, relationships, career, or health status. During a difficult season in life we are more open to learning new skills and perspectives. "
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"*I am unable to accept new client at this time.* I work primarily with adults experiencing emotional challenges. This often looks like depression, anxiety, or grief. I also work with individuals going through a transition in life, relationships, career, or health status. During a difficult season in life we are more open to learning new skills and perspectives. "
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"Christian Counseling Associates (CCA) provides individual, marriage, and family counseling. We serve Christians who want their faith integrated into the counseling process and those holding any beliefs or attitudes toward spirituality. Our counselors will help you identify the core issues that have caused your emotional and personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve these issues. CCA is able to provide a full range of clinical services. Please visit our website at www.ccawpa.com for a complete description of our faith based counseling services, locations, and counseling staff."
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"Christian Counseling Associates (CCA) provides individual, marriage, and family counseling. We serve Christians who want their faith integrated into the counseling process and those holding any beliefs or attitudes toward spirituality. Our counselors will help you identify the core issues that have caused your emotional and personal problems, and immediately develop strategies to resolve these issues. CCA is able to provide a full range of clinical services. Please visit our website at www.ccawpa.com for a complete description of our faith based counseling services, locations, and counseling staff."
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"I have been a psychologist for 29 years and work with clients who are interested in exploring their options in how they live in the world. I see the therapeutic process as a dialogue between two partners in exploration and developing resources. For me choice supports health and that clients sometime come with a lack of awareness of these choices or needing to develop more internal and interpersonal supports. I work in the present moment as well as connecting present patterns to client's history as well as the larger contextual field. My approach is relational and somatic from a Gestalt Therapy base."
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"I have been a psychologist for 29 years and work with clients who are interested in exploring their options in how they live in the world. I see the therapeutic process as a dialogue between two partners in exploration and developing resources. For me choice supports health and that clients sometime come with a lack of awareness of these choices or needing to develop more internal and interpersonal supports. I work in the present moment as well as connecting present patterns to client's history as well as the larger contextual field. My approach is relational and somatic from a Gestalt Therapy base."
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"I have been a licensed clinical psychologist for over 12 years. I place a strong emphasis in developing a good rapport and working alliance with my clients. I primarily use therapy interventions that are strongly supported by scientific evidence, such as cognitive behavioral therapy. I work with teenagers and young adults to help treat: depression and anxiety symptoms, risk factors for suicidality, and stress associated with difficult life transitions. I have 15+ years of experience in working with individuals with diverse backgrounds, including racial and ethnic minority individuals, as well as members of the LGBT communities."
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"I have been a licensed clinical psychologist for over 12 years. I place a strong emphasis in developing a good rapport and working alliance with my clients. I primarily use therapy interventions that are strongly supported by scientific evidence, such as cognitive behavioral therapy. I work with teenagers and young adults to help treat: depression and anxiety symptoms, risk factors for suicidality, and stress associated with difficult life transitions. I have 15+ years of experience in working with individuals with diverse backgrounds, including racial and ethnic minority individuals, as well as members of the LGBT communities."
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"Are you having difficulties managing your stress and mood due to family, relationships, work, school or the daily grind of life? "
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"Are you having difficulties managing your stress and mood due to family, relationships, work, school or the daily grind of life? "
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"My focus in therapy is to faciliate and encourage an enriched sense of oneself and increased empowerment in ones life. I support individuals to develop the life that they desire, relationships that are fullfilling and a life purpose that is rewarding. I am a Gestalt Certified therapist which is an expressive, action-based approach to growth which supports an ability to notice ones self in the moment and understand the meaning-making process."
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"My focus in therapy is to faciliate and encourage an enriched sense of oneself and increased empowerment in ones life. I support individuals to develop the life that they desire, relationships that are fullfilling and a life purpose that is rewarding. I am a Gestalt Certified therapist which is an expressive, action-based approach to growth which supports an ability to notice ones self in the moment and understand the meaning-making process."
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"No current openings available; unfortunately I am not able to respond to requests at this time. I am a licensed psychologist and I provide treatment for adults who are struggling with overwhelming painful emotions, a nagging sense of stuckness, or other unwanted experiences such as depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, development issues, relationship problems, trauma, bereavement, women's issues and LGBT issues. I also work with people who are feeling generally good but are looking to "fine tune" some aspect of their lives that they sense could be more satisfying."
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"No current openings available; unfortunately I am not able to respond to requests at this time. I am a licensed psychologist and I provide treatment for adults who are struggling with overwhelming painful emotions, a nagging sense of stuckness, or other unwanted experiences such as depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, development issues, relationship problems, trauma, bereavement, women's issues and LGBT issues. I also work with people who are feeling generally good but are looking to "fine tune" some aspect of their lives that they sense could be more satisfying."
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"In my individual, couples, and family work, values of collaboration, mutuality, and connection guide my practice. I partner with clients to identify their own unique strengths that can be used as resources to foster growth and change. I am attentive to the role of early family experiences, cultural values, oppression, and stigma in shaping client's experiences. Particularly when addressing painful or traumatic areas, I attend to clients' emotional safety using mindfulness and body awareness. I believe that healing happens in the context of honest relationships and invite my clients to engage in open dialog about our work together."
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"In my individual, couples, and family work, values of collaboration, mutuality, and connection guide my practice. I partner with clients to identify their own unique strengths that can be used as resources to foster growth and change. I am attentive to the role of early family experiences, cultural values, oppression, and stigma in shaping client's experiences. Particularly when addressing painful or traumatic areas, I attend to clients' emotional safety using mindfulness and body awareness. I believe that healing happens in the context of honest relationships and invite my clients to engage in open dialog about our work together."
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"I specialize in Behavioral Medicine interventions that promote physical and psychological health by addressing the mind-body connection. Depression and anxiety do not simply exist in our heads, they reside in our bodies as well. I teach people how to heal themselves using techniques derived from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness approaches, and positive psychology. Many of my clients have chronic health problems that include heart disease, cancer, neurological disorders, and autoimmune disease. Healing is possible, and we all have the inherent capacity to help ourselves feel better."
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"I specialize in Behavioral Medicine interventions that promote physical and psychological health by addressing the mind-body connection. Depression and anxiety do not simply exist in our heads, they reside in our bodies as well. I teach people how to heal themselves using techniques derived from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness approaches, and positive psychology. Many of my clients have chronic health problems that include heart disease, cancer, neurological disorders, and autoimmune disease. Healing is possible, and we all have the inherent capacity to help ourselves feel better."
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"Often, it feels like life is happening to us. It can be hard to find, stand, or even begin to imagine our grounding. Regardless of circumstances, I believe that each and every person--mind, body, and soul--has the strength, capacity, and resilience to recover from life’s experiences. While I’ve worked with many individuals who experience depression, grief, psychosis, postpartum depression and anxiety, I specialize in traumatic stress and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (particularly individuals who have experienced sexual violence), anxiety and panic, and other stress-related disorders."
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"Often, it feels like life is happening to us. It can be hard to find, stand, or even begin to imagine our grounding. Regardless of circumstances, I believe that each and every person--mind, body, and soul--has the strength, capacity, and resilience to recover from life’s experiences. While I’ve worked with many individuals who experience depression, grief, psychosis, postpartum depression and anxiety, I specialize in traumatic stress and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (particularly individuals who have experienced sexual violence), anxiety and panic, and other stress-related disorders."
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"Hello! My name is Ashley and I am the proud owner & creator of North Cook Counseling, where I offer couples, family, individual, and group therapy. Regardless of the type of session being held, I am committed to treating the 'whole person.' You are not just a set of symptoms entering into therapy; you are someone with a rich and often painful history of experiences, stemming from identity, cultural expectations, and relationships."
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"Hello! My name is Ashley and I am the proud owner & creator of North Cook Counseling, where I offer couples, family, individual, and group therapy. Regardless of the type of session being held, I am committed to treating the 'whole person.' You are not just a set of symptoms entering into therapy; you are someone with a rich and often painful history of experiences, stemming from identity, cultural expectations, and relationships."
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"Why am I here? Why does everything seem so hard and complex? If you find yourself asking questions like these than Purpose Builders can help you find the answers. So often there is a disconnect between a person's aspirations and their realities of life. Purpose Builders LLC provides behavioral health services to individuals, couples, and groups (children, teenagers, and adults) who desire change and progress in their lives. Purpose Builders invest in people, not programs through counseling, coaching and mentoring. Purpose Builders believe a person's wellbeing should include physical, mental and spiritual wellness."
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"Why am I here? Why does everything seem so hard and complex? If you find yourself asking questions like these than Purpose Builders can help you find the answers. So often there is a disconnect between a person's aspirations and their realities of life. Purpose Builders LLC provides behavioral health services to individuals, couples, and groups (children, teenagers, and adults) who desire change and progress in their lives. Purpose Builders invest in people, not programs through counseling, coaching and mentoring. Purpose Builders believe a person's wellbeing should include physical, mental and spiritual wellness."

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