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"Stuck and struggling with how to make changes? Maybe your relationships are suffering. You may have challenging medical concerns or pain that has taken over and overwhelmed. You may have an important decision to make and want to make it from a place of deep knowing and clarity. I practice mindfulness and listening to the deeper wisdom of the body because when I do I feel better. With my help, you can learn to be mindful and listen to your inner wisdom so you too can feel better as you build skills for lasting change."
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"Stuck and struggling with how to make changes? Maybe your relationships are suffering. You may have challenging medical concerns or pain that has taken over and overwhelmed. You may have an important decision to make and want to make it from a place of deep knowing and clarity. I practice mindfulness and listening to the deeper wisdom of the body because when I do I feel better. With my help, you can learn to be mindful and listen to your inner wisdom so you too can feel better as you build skills for lasting change."
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"I work with adults and adolescents struggling with adjustment, depression, anger, anxiety and relationship problems. I have a warm, calm, and accepting nature. My clients are provided with a safe, private and comfortable place to begin an inner journey toward healing and wellness."
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"I work with adults and adolescents struggling with adjustment, depression, anger, anxiety and relationship problems. I have a warm, calm, and accepting nature. My clients are provided with a safe, private and comfortable place to begin an inner journey toward healing and wellness."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"If you are struggling with relationships and life changing events, if you feel trapped in a never ending feeling of helplessness or anger, I can help you find your path back to a stable and safe place. For almost 20 years, I have guided patients to reflection and introspection, where I have empowered them to use the appropriate tools to manage, control and overcome their depression, their overwhelming feelings of loss or self destruction. Sadly enough, these are all to common life struggles arisen from work stress and/or abuse, life changes such as divorce and separation, or remains of a lost childhood."
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"If you are struggling with relationships and life changing events, if you feel trapped in a never ending feeling of helplessness or anger, I can help you find your path back to a stable and safe place. For almost 20 years, I have guided patients to reflection and introspection, where I have empowered them to use the appropriate tools to manage, control and overcome their depression, their overwhelming feelings of loss or self destruction. Sadly enough, these are all to common life struggles arisen from work stress and/or abuse, life changes such as divorce and separation, or remains of a lost childhood."
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"Have you been challenged by life circumstances, relationships, or your own emotions and reactions? Has something become difficult to navigate with your usual ways of coping? Perhaps you're longing for a fresh perspective but needing space to sort out what is happening within and around. As I meet with clients, I offer a supportive listening environment that promotes safety, freedom of expression, compassion, and new possibilities. Together, we consider ideas for next steps. In this process, I seek to incorporate the mind-body-soul connection, recognizing that each person is multifaceted, unique, wonderful, and full of potential."
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"Have you been challenged by life circumstances, relationships, or your own emotions and reactions? Has something become difficult to navigate with your usual ways of coping? Perhaps you're longing for a fresh perspective but needing space to sort out what is happening within and around. As I meet with clients, I offer a supportive listening environment that promotes safety, freedom of expression, compassion, and new possibilities. Together, we consider ideas for next steps. In this process, I seek to incorporate the mind-body-soul connection, recognizing that each person is multifaceted, unique, wonderful, and full of potential."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSWA
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"I value the innate wisdom of each individual as the guiding force of our work together. With extensive training in serving diverse populations, I work through a Health at Every Size lens and welcome clients from all racial and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities. I specialize in the treatment of trauma and eating disorders and the intersection of attachment and sensory processing issues. I also work with life transitions, anxiety, depression, learning differences, issues impacting the LGBTQIA+ community, parenting and resolving shock trauma."
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"I value the innate wisdom of each individual as the guiding force of our work together. With extensive training in serving diverse populations, I work through a Health at Every Size lens and welcome clients from all racial and cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities. I specialize in the treatment of trauma and eating disorders and the intersection of attachment and sensory processing issues. I also work with life transitions, anxiety, depression, learning differences, issues impacting the LGBTQIA+ community, parenting and resolving shock trauma."
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"Psychotherapy is an opportunity to enhance learning about behavior, emotions, relationships, and oneself. My goal is to work through the difficulties you are experiencing now while we also build your resiliency to prevent or minimize future difficulties. I ask clients to devote time in between sessions to our work: to increase how accurately we understand your concerns and to take the therapeutic work into your everyday life. Treatment effectiveness relies heavily on the match between therapist and client. If it is not a positive match with me, I assist clients in finding your best match."
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"Psychotherapy is an opportunity to enhance learning about behavior, emotions, relationships, and oneself. My goal is to work through the difficulties you are experiencing now while we also build your resiliency to prevent or minimize future difficulties. I ask clients to devote time in between sessions to our work: to increase how accurately we understand your concerns and to take the therapeutic work into your everyday life. Treatment effectiveness relies heavily on the match between therapist and client. If it is not a positive match with me, I assist clients in finding your best match."
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"I love to work with adults interested in personal growth. I especially enjoy couples intent on improving connectedness and intimacy. As lifelong seeker of meaning, I appreciate mindfulness, emotional intelligence and the transpersonal, but also the more traditional cognitive-behavioral approaches to healing. At Harvard, Tufts and UNC at Chapel Hill I gained exposure to a variety of therapeutic approaches. Recent training has included Somatic Experiencing (SE) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). As an adopted biracial African American, I take special interest in multicultural and adoption circumstances and in situations in which identity formation and understanding are essential."
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"I love to work with adults interested in personal growth. I especially enjoy couples intent on improving connectedness and intimacy. As lifelong seeker of meaning, I appreciate mindfulness, emotional intelligence and the transpersonal, but also the more traditional cognitive-behavioral approaches to healing. At Harvard, Tufts and UNC at Chapel Hill I gained exposure to a variety of therapeutic approaches. Recent training has included Somatic Experiencing (SE) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). As an adopted biracial African American, I take special interest in multicultural and adoption circumstances and in situations in which identity formation and understanding are essential."
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Counselor, MS, LPC, LMHC, LCAC, NCC
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"I offer tailor made counseling services, including therapy, assessments and coaching, to those experiencing difficulties due to addictions, life-work changes, significant relationships, personal loss or trauma. My compassionate and non-judgmental approach to therapy or coaching is predicated on offering helpful direction towards specific, realistic, client determined goals. I am very comfortable working with adults, teens, couples, veterans and business executives. I can offer flexible fees and approaches based on individual client expectations and needs. Each approach is customized and personal. Phone, video and chat sessions are available for added convenience. I offer a Christian worldview approach upon request."
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"I offer tailor made counseling services, including therapy, assessments and coaching, to those experiencing difficulties due to addictions, life-work changes, significant relationships, personal loss or trauma. My compassionate and non-judgmental approach to therapy or coaching is predicated on offering helpful direction towards specific, realistic, client determined goals. I am very comfortable working with adults, teens, couples, veterans and business executives. I can offer flexible fees and approaches based on individual client expectations and needs. Each approach is customized and personal. Phone, video and chat sessions are available for added convenience. I offer a Christian worldview approach upon request."
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"You did it! Taking the first step to come to therapy should not be minimized. We will work together from start to finish, to uncover the best version of yourself. The foundation of my work is client-centered and trauma-focused, which concentrates on establishing trust and respect in order for change to occur. I have experience working with individuals who have endured trauma and as a result struggle with anxiety, depression, self-harm, PTSD, eating disorders, and other mental health concerns. I also have a passion for working with individuals from the LGBTQ community and struggle with the unfortunate anxieties of marginalization. "
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"You did it! Taking the first step to come to therapy should not be minimized. We will work together from start to finish, to uncover the best version of yourself. The foundation of my work is client-centered and trauma-focused, which concentrates on establishing trust and respect in order for change to occur. I have experience working with individuals who have endured trauma and as a result struggle with anxiety, depression, self-harm, PTSD, eating disorders, and other mental health concerns. I also have a passion for working with individuals from the LGBTQ community and struggle with the unfortunate anxieties of marginalization. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP, RYT-500
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"I am a clinical social worker and registered yoga teacher who empowers people using the guiding principles of empathy, curiosity, cultural humility, and collaboration. I take an integrative and psychobiological approach to counseling, and work to understand how the intersection of your unique experiences and identities impact you today. I remain committed to working with people as they face a range of experiences, including multicultural concerns, oppression, identity exploration, trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, queer/LGB+ concerns, trans and gender identity related concerns, relationship concerns, chronic illness, and grief."
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"I am a clinical social worker and registered yoga teacher who empowers people using the guiding principles of empathy, curiosity, cultural humility, and collaboration. I take an integrative and psychobiological approach to counseling, and work to understand how the intersection of your unique experiences and identities impact you today. I remain committed to working with people as they face a range of experiences, including multicultural concerns, oppression, identity exploration, trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, queer/LGB+ concerns, trans and gender identity related concerns, relationship concerns, chronic illness, and grief."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"Early motherhood is tough. My clients feel sad and anxious in a time they thought would be happy. Many find it hard to bond with their babies or connect with their partners. Some have distressing intrusive thoughts or can not sleep. Many feel overwhelmed, anxious, angry, and exhausted. My clients want to feel calm and confident in parenthood. They want to find their new identity. They want to get a handle on their sad and worried thoughts so they can enjoy their babies and laugh with their partners again. "
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"Early motherhood is tough. My clients feel sad and anxious in a time they thought would be happy. Many find it hard to bond with their babies or connect with their partners. Some have distressing intrusive thoughts or can not sleep. Many feel overwhelmed, anxious, angry, and exhausted. My clients want to feel calm and confident in parenthood. They want to find their new identity. They want to get a handle on their sad and worried thoughts so they can enjoy their babies and laugh with their partners again. "
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"Exceptional care from specialists dedicated to meeting your specific needs. UNC Mental Health Specialists is comprised of highly trained experts in a broad range of psychiatric disorders and provide the best treatment and care available for children, adolescents, and adults. We understand how difficult and debilitating psychiatric symptoms can be, and we are here to help. Our team is committed to providing the best care possible, and we tailor our recommendations to meet the specific needs for you and your family."
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"Exceptional care from specialists dedicated to meeting your specific needs. UNC Mental Health Specialists is comprised of highly trained experts in a broad range of psychiatric disorders and provide the best treatment and care available for children, adolescents, and adults. We understand how difficult and debilitating psychiatric symptoms can be, and we are here to help. Our team is committed to providing the best care possible, and we tailor our recommendations to meet the specific needs for you and your family."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWA
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"I believe that each of us has an innate capacity for healing, growth, and self-understanding. However, it is common for this inner wisdom to become blocked - whether that is due to difficult experiences, relationship issues, or life transitions. This may leave you caught up in negative thoughts and feelings, disengaged from the present moment, or living out of sync with your values. If you are looking for a therapist, that means you are already on the path of reconnecting with this inner wisdom and shifting towards a more meaningful life. I offer my complete presence and acceptance as we become collaborators on your path. "
(984) 364-8716
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"I believe that each of us has an innate capacity for healing, growth, and self-understanding. However, it is common for this inner wisdom to become blocked - whether that is due to difficult experiences, relationship issues, or life transitions. This may leave you caught up in negative thoughts and feelings, disengaged from the present moment, or living out of sync with your values. If you are looking for a therapist, that means you are already on the path of reconnecting with this inner wisdom and shifting towards a more meaningful life. I offer my complete presence and acceptance as we become collaborators on your path. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 16 years. My approach to therapy is to create a respectful, supportive, and non-judgmental environment in which to explore problems and patterns and work toward health and healing. Anxiety, depression, school and relationship issues, and family adjustment to loss, separation or divorce are some of the more common reasons individuals and families seek my consultation. Our work may be focused on understanding problems, developing skills to more effectively manage symptoms or behaviors, or improving relationships. I also provide support to parents with managing children's behaviors."
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for over 16 years. My approach to therapy is to create a respectful, supportive, and non-judgmental environment in which to explore problems and patterns and work toward health and healing. Anxiety, depression, school and relationship issues, and family adjustment to loss, separation or divorce are some of the more common reasons individuals and families seek my consultation. Our work may be focused on understanding problems, developing skills to more effectively manage symptoms or behaviors, or improving relationships. I also provide support to parents with managing children's behaviors."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I believe therapy should be a collaborative effort between client and therapist. While I may share some evidenced-based ideas during our sessions, only you are the expert on what works for you. My sessions will generally follow a cognitive behavioral approach, meaning that we will examine, and possibly shift, your thoughts and perspectives on life situations that are causing you enough distress to want to pursue change. Together we will form a plan of action that is the right fit for you at this point in time."
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"I believe therapy should be a collaborative effort between client and therapist. While I may share some evidenced-based ideas during our sessions, only you are the expert on what works for you. My sessions will generally follow a cognitive behavioral approach, meaning that we will examine, and possibly shift, your thoughts and perspectives on life situations that are causing you enough distress to want to pursue change. Together we will form a plan of action that is the right fit for you at this point in time."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Seeking therapy is difficult. We may have overloaded friends in discussing our troubles. We need an objective person to listen, understand. Sometimes old and new issues get entangled. A person may have experienced poor treatment in the past. These issues improve when a person works with a supportive, caring therapist who feels safe and non- judgemental. A therapist can become a source of caring support. Identifying factors blocking the way forward is necessary to prioritize the interventions needed; that step is also a relief. Change comes about through small steps and working on issues one at a time."
(984) 205-6583
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"Seeking therapy is difficult. We may have overloaded friends in discussing our troubles. We need an objective person to listen, understand. Sometimes old and new issues get entangled. A person may have experienced poor treatment in the past. These issues improve when a person works with a supportive, caring therapist who feels safe and non- judgemental. A therapist can become a source of caring support. Identifying factors blocking the way forward is necessary to prioritize the interventions needed; that step is also a relief. Change comes about through small steps and working on issues one at a time."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Has COVID-19 thrown your live into a tailspin of fear, loneliness, anger and grief? I am passionate about helping women ages 25-80 feel worthy and empowered as they move away from the uncertainty of the future to coming up with the day to day plans for improving their now. I acknowledge that many of you had feelings of suffering and shame before this crisis and we will focus on finding fulfillment in relationships, career and family despite the circumstances. "
(917) 746-8485
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"Has COVID-19 thrown your live into a tailspin of fear, loneliness, anger and grief? I am passionate about helping women ages 25-80 feel worthy and empowered as they move away from the uncertainty of the future to coming up with the day to day plans for improving their now. I acknowledge that many of you had feelings of suffering and shame before this crisis and we will focus on finding fulfillment in relationships, career and family despite the circumstances. "
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"I am a psychologist, assistant professor, and associate director of behavioral health for the UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders. I provide therapy for women experiencing mood and anxiety symptoms across the lifespan, and I have specific expertise in reproductive-related mood disorders. My clinical practice focuses on the use of mindfulness, acceptance, and value-based action as methods of promoting wellbeing and vitality. I specialize in the use of behavior therapies for mood and anxiety disorders in women."
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"I am a psychologist, assistant professor, and associate director of behavioral health for the UNC Center for Women's Mood Disorders. I provide therapy for women experiencing mood and anxiety symptoms across the lifespan, and I have specific expertise in reproductive-related mood disorders. My clinical practice focuses on the use of mindfulness, acceptance, and value-based action as methods of promoting wellbeing and vitality. I specialize in the use of behavior therapies for mood and anxiety disorders in women."
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"Imagine someone who is trained to listen deeply to your concerns, challenges, and goals for optimal health and well-being, someone who is steadfastly present, patient-centered, and supportive. As a trained professional in health behavioral change, I am here to lead you on your own path for health and wholeness. Transformative and mindful, as an integrative health coach, I present a new approach to taking control of your physical, mental and spiritual health. Clients choose the focus of sessions depending on their own needs."
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"Imagine someone who is trained to listen deeply to your concerns, challenges, and goals for optimal health and well-being, someone who is steadfastly present, patient-centered, and supportive. As a trained professional in health behavioral change, I am here to lead you on your own path for health and wholeness. Transformative and mindful, as an integrative health coach, I present a new approach to taking control of your physical, mental and spiritual health. Clients choose the focus of sessions depending on their own needs."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"My approach supports re-connection to one's inherent capacity for healing, hope, and recovery. A deep sense of sadness, unmet longings, panic, low self esteem, and perfectionism can be too much to grapple with alone. You deserve understanding, and I strive to learn what's most important to you in our work together. I have a warm, nonjudgmental style and see individuals and couples looking to build their self awareness, break dysfunctional relationship patterns, and repair interpersonal wounds and past hurts."
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"My approach supports re-connection to one's inherent capacity for healing, hope, and recovery. A deep sense of sadness, unmet longings, panic, low self esteem, and perfectionism can be too much to grapple with alone. You deserve understanding, and I strive to learn what's most important to you in our work together. I have a warm, nonjudgmental style and see individuals and couples looking to build their self awareness, break dysfunctional relationship patterns, and repair interpersonal wounds and past hurts."

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