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"You may have landed here because you are feeling alone and stuck. Maybe you are seeking a way to be more present with yourself, your partner, or with others. Or perhaps you have recently been faced with unbearable news and it feels that the ground beneath you has disappeared. Whatever your path, I commend you for taking this courageous step towards change. I seek to create a space for individuals and couples to acknowledge and explore heartbreak, grief, love, and uncertainty, in order to cultivate connection, direction, and integration."
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"You may have landed here because you are feeling alone and stuck. Maybe you are seeking a way to be more present with yourself, your partner, or with others. Or perhaps you have recently been faced with unbearable news and it feels that the ground beneath you has disappeared. Whatever your path, I commend you for taking this courageous step towards change. I seek to create a space for individuals and couples to acknowledge and explore heartbreak, grief, love, and uncertainty, in order to cultivate connection, direction, and integration."
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"I work with non-binary, trans, intersex, and LGBQ people around issues of identity development using an intersectional approach. I’m also committed to providing culturally resonant services to LGBTQI people experiencing activism burn-out; addiction; anxiety; career uncertainty; chronic illness; depression; life transition; and the impacts of systemic oppression. Whether you want to specifically work on identity exploration or you want to explore other facets of your life and wellbeing, you are welcome here. Additionally. I collaborate with LGBTQI people's families and communities to help them best support their LGBTQI loved one. "
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"I work with non-binary, trans, intersex, and LGBQ people around issues of identity development using an intersectional approach. I’m also committed to providing culturally resonant services to LGBTQI people experiencing activism burn-out; addiction; anxiety; career uncertainty; chronic illness; depression; life transition; and the impacts of systemic oppression. Whether you want to specifically work on identity exploration or you want to explore other facets of your life and wellbeing, you are welcome here. Additionally. I collaborate with LGBTQI people's families and communities to help them best support their LGBTQI loved one. "
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"I am a psychotherapist in private practice in Durham, NC. I see adults and older adolescents for individual therapy and incorporate mindfulness and yoga in my practice. I work from a relational, social justice framework. I welcome clients of color, immigrants, queer, questioning, and trans* clients, and clients of all genders, faiths, sizes, abilities, and relationships. I love to work with social justice activists, healers, artists, and people who want to engage with life more deeply. I love to help folks build their self-understanding and self-compassion."
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"I am a psychotherapist in private practice in Durham, NC. I see adults and older adolescents for individual therapy and incorporate mindfulness and yoga in my practice. I work from a relational, social justice framework. I welcome clients of color, immigrants, queer, questioning, and trans* clients, and clients of all genders, faiths, sizes, abilities, and relationships. I love to work with social justice activists, healers, artists, and people who want to engage with life more deeply. I love to help folks build their self-understanding and self-compassion."
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"I can offer individual therapy, couples counseling, marriage counseling, family therapy and group therapy, treating people with anxiety, depression,relationship problems, problems with other people and personal growth issues. I also offer supervision; there is no charge for the first meeting with therapists whether for personal treatment or case consultation. I offer the extra privacy of a home office."
(919) 335-5018
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"I can offer individual therapy, couples counseling, marriage counseling, family therapy and group therapy, treating people with anxiety, depression,relationship problems, problems with other people and personal growth issues. I also offer supervision; there is no charge for the first meeting with therapists whether for personal treatment or case consultation. I offer the extra privacy of a home office."
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"Do you feel that navigating through life's difficult moments can be a struggle and that you have limited opportunities to focus on finding solutions? Do you feel anxious when working through major changes, immobilized by depression, or sense the bonds within your family are weakening? I offer a safe, therapeutic environment that allows you to explore your conflicting experiences, and together we can identify ways to manage life's journey successfully."
(919) 344-0723
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"Do you feel that navigating through life's difficult moments can be a struggle and that you have limited opportunities to focus on finding solutions? Do you feel anxious when working through major changes, immobilized by depression, or sense the bonds within your family are weakening? I offer a safe, therapeutic environment that allows you to explore your conflicting experiences, and together we can identify ways to manage life's journey successfully."
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"I am available to work with clients ages 12 and up. I have found that I especially enjoy helping young people explore and resolve questions of identity, navigate periods of transition, manage anxiety, and heal from traumatic experiences."
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"I am available to work with clients ages 12 and up. I have found that I especially enjoy helping young people explore and resolve questions of identity, navigate periods of transition, manage anxiety, and heal from traumatic experiences."
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual and family therapy services to adolescents and adults. I received my MSW from the University of South Carolina School of Social Work in 1994 and have provided therapy services in clinical and community settings for over 20 years. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults on a range of issues. I believe we all have inherent strengths we can access in order to bring about the change we want. "
(919) 906-9538
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"I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual and family therapy services to adolescents and adults. I received my MSW from the University of South Carolina School of Social Work in 1994 and have provided therapy services in clinical and community settings for over 20 years. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults on a range of issues. I believe we all have inherent strengths we can access in order to bring about the change we want. "
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS and TELE-THERAPY available. Welcome! I specialize in helping adults and adolescents to create a space for Wellness! Whether you feel stuck, discouraged or dissatisfied, it’s easy to get caught in survival mode. You may even wonder if you’ll ever feel joy again, which can leave you feeling hopeless and helpless. "
(984) 205-8724
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS and TELE-THERAPY available. Welcome! I specialize in helping adults and adolescents to create a space for Wellness! Whether you feel stuck, discouraged or dissatisfied, it’s easy to get caught in survival mode. You may even wonder if you’ll ever feel joy again, which can leave you feeling hopeless and helpless. "
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"I work with people who, despite their outward success, struggle with anxiety, low self-esteem and insecurity in relationships. Chronic anxiety makes it hard to focus and complete tasks. You want more connection, but inadvertently push people away and don't understand why. You've tried to exercise more, have a self-help book collection, and think all the positive thoughts. But insecurity, loneliness, and a sense of "what's wrong with me?" creeps in time and again. You've been managing, but the stress is really weighing you down. You're ready to face the deeper issues you've been avoiding. "
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"I work with people who, despite their outward success, struggle with anxiety, low self-esteem and insecurity in relationships. Chronic anxiety makes it hard to focus and complete tasks. You want more connection, but inadvertently push people away and don't understand why. You've tried to exercise more, have a self-help book collection, and think all the positive thoughts. But insecurity, loneliness, and a sense of "what's wrong with me?" creeps in time and again. You've been managing, but the stress is really weighing you down. You're ready to face the deeper issues you've been avoiding. "
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"I am a trans nonbinary therapist; I focus on serving other trans, nonbinary, and gender-non-conforming folks, especially those who are survivors of interpersonal violence. I am particularly interested in working with those who live at the intersection of multiple marginalizations. My focus is on creating resources for queer and trans folks, but I accept other clients, as well."
(984) 201-7977
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"I am a trans nonbinary therapist; I focus on serving other trans, nonbinary, and gender-non-conforming folks, especially those who are survivors of interpersonal violence. I am particularly interested in working with those who live at the intersection of multiple marginalizations. My focus is on creating resources for queer and trans folks, but I accept other clients, as well."
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"My eclectic approach draws on traditional training as well as varied prior professional experiences. I have over thirty years of experience in helping professions including psychotherapy, counseling, higher education, and human services. My doctorate involved multiple disciplines, including psychology, philosophy and the arts. I am also a former Kripalu yoga teacher. All of this experience has deeply influenced my practice. In addition to various conventional therapeutic approaches (CBT, DBT, insight oriented, etc.), I also include body/mind practices when desired by clients."
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"My eclectic approach draws on traditional training as well as varied prior professional experiences. I have over thirty years of experience in helping professions including psychotherapy, counseling, higher education, and human services. My doctorate involved multiple disciplines, including psychology, philosophy and the arts. I am also a former Kripalu yoga teacher. All of this experience has deeply influenced my practice. In addition to various conventional therapeutic approaches (CBT, DBT, insight oriented, etc.), I also include body/mind practices when desired by clients."
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"The experiences that individuals encounter throughout their lives can be opportunities for self-exploration and emotional growth. My role as a psychologist is to provide empathy, support, guidance, and skills to help clients identify existing strengths and resources to address life transitions and stressors. I can also help develop new coping strategies and ways of thinking to overcome experiences that restrict a satisfying and fulfilling life. It would be a great privilege to hear your story and collaboratively work to develop targets for change, identify growth edges, and tap into your existing assets to help you reach your goals."
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"The experiences that individuals encounter throughout their lives can be opportunities for self-exploration and emotional growth. My role as a psychologist is to provide empathy, support, guidance, and skills to help clients identify existing strengths and resources to address life transitions and stressors. I can also help develop new coping strategies and ways of thinking to overcome experiences that restrict a satisfying and fulfilling life. It would be a great privilege to hear your story and collaboratively work to develop targets for change, identify growth edges, and tap into your existing assets to help you reach your goals."
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"Most of us at one time or another find ourselves in places where we get stuck or experience heavy emotional pain. We all want to be seen and heard and sometimes problematic patterns will develop as a result of trying to get our deepest needs met. As a therapist, I offer a relational treatment approach informed by developmental psychology, sociological factors, and compassion. I envision therapy as that quiet space where together we find healing for those soft spots and develop new perspectives that enable you to connect with your truest self and live the life you desire."
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"Most of us at one time or another find ourselves in places where we get stuck or experience heavy emotional pain. We all want to be seen and heard and sometimes problematic patterns will develop as a result of trying to get our deepest needs met. As a therapist, I offer a relational treatment approach informed by developmental psychology, sociological factors, and compassion. I envision therapy as that quiet space where together we find healing for those soft spots and develop new perspectives that enable you to connect with your truest self and live the life you desire."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I strongly believe in treating the person as a unique person given their individual needs. I primarily practice cognitive-behavior therapy utilizing an eclectic style and often use anecdotes, paradoxes, and especially humor in order to enhance, educate, and assist in reaching each person's goals. I have a specialty in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorders, and Anxiety. While I specialize in treating those suffering OCD, Panic, and Anxiety, I am equally proud of the successes I've had in helping those with Adjustment Disorders, Stress Management, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, and Family Concerns."
(973) 536-0902
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"I strongly believe in treating the person as a unique person given their individual needs. I primarily practice cognitive-behavior therapy utilizing an eclectic style and often use anecdotes, paradoxes, and especially humor in order to enhance, educate, and assist in reaching each person's goals. I have a specialty in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorders, and Anxiety. While I specialize in treating those suffering OCD, Panic, and Anxiety, I am equally proud of the successes I've had in helping those with Adjustment Disorders, Stress Management, Depression, Relationship Difficulties, and Family Concerns."
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Psychologist, MEd, PsyD, HSP-P
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"I treat a wide variety of clinical disorders such as depression, anxiety, OCD, and personality disorders. However, I specialize in the treatment of addiction to drugs, alcohol, and sexually compulsive behaviors better known as “sex addiction.” The reason I don’t prefer that term is because it oversimplifies both the subjective experience and the symptoms. For example, overuse of pornography, or countless hours spent browsing single’s ads online doesn’t necessarily involve sex, but it can be compulsive."
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"I treat a wide variety of clinical disorders such as depression, anxiety, OCD, and personality disorders. However, I specialize in the treatment of addiction to drugs, alcohol, and sexually compulsive behaviors better known as “sex addiction.” The reason I don’t prefer that term is because it oversimplifies both the subjective experience and the symptoms. For example, overuse of pornography, or countless hours spent browsing single’s ads online doesn’t necessarily involve sex, but it can be compulsive."
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"Struggling with self-criticism, a life out-of-balance, or the past taking up too much of your present can feel lonely. Often the coping strategies that helped us survive can develop into problems themselves and figuring out the best way forward can feel overwhelming. I am honored to work alongside individuals as they discover their inner strengths, self-worth and develop new, helpful strategies to experience and navigate life. I work to foster self-compassion and self-worth in my practice."
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"Struggling with self-criticism, a life out-of-balance, or the past taking up too much of your present can feel lonely. Often the coping strategies that helped us survive can develop into problems themselves and figuring out the best way forward can feel overwhelming. I am honored to work alongside individuals as they discover their inner strengths, self-worth and develop new, helpful strategies to experience and navigate life. I work to foster self-compassion and self-worth in my practice."
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"Presently my practice is full and I am not accepting new clients. Thank you for your interest and best wishes in your search."
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"Presently my practice is full and I am not accepting new clients. Thank you for your interest and best wishes in your search."
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"I work with adults who want to address life transitions, anxiety and mood issues; I also treat people who have experienced trauma. I help people to be at their best by identifying stuck places and how to move past them in a healthy way. I try to connect with people as they are and also offer compassionate perspective about issues that may be negatively impacting them. I am LGBTQ friendly. My pronouns are she/her/hers.I appreciate how difficult it can be to ask for help and am happy to offer a free phone consultation if you are thinking about reaching out."
(984) 538-1173
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"I work with adults who want to address life transitions, anxiety and mood issues; I also treat people who have experienced trauma. I help people to be at their best by identifying stuck places and how to move past them in a healthy way. I try to connect with people as they are and also offer compassionate perspective about issues that may be negatively impacting them. I am LGBTQ friendly. My pronouns are she/her/hers.I appreciate how difficult it can be to ask for help and am happy to offer a free phone consultation if you are thinking about reaching out."
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"My highest priority is to respect the integrity, faith and values of each person. I work with a variety of people and have an extensive psychodynamic and psychoanalytic background, advanced degrees in Psychology and Theology, and decades of clinical experience with persons and families in crisis. I welcome clients from any (or no) faith tradition. I have decades of experience working with people struggling with loss, grief, anxiety, depression and relationship issues. Visit me at www.drdavidfranzen.com. I'd be honored to walk alongside you as you journey toward greater wholeness, and health."
(919) 561-6118
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"My highest priority is to respect the integrity, faith and values of each person. I work with a variety of people and have an extensive psychodynamic and psychoanalytic background, advanced degrees in Psychology and Theology, and decades of clinical experience with persons and families in crisis. I welcome clients from any (or no) faith tradition. I have decades of experience working with people struggling with loss, grief, anxiety, depression and relationship issues. Visit me at www.drdavidfranzen.com. I'd be honored to walk alongside you as you journey toward greater wholeness, and health."
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"I enjoy providing competent, caring, and ethical psychotherapy and assessments to children, teenagers, and adults. I work with individuals with a broad range of mental health concerns (such as adjustment to major life stressors and transitions, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, sleep problems, etc.), and have a specialization in working with adults (including Veterans) who have experienced or witnessed trauma, and those who may be coping with race-related stress and trauma. I also have a focus in psychological and psycho-educational assessments. "
(919) 626-9124
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"I enjoy providing competent, caring, and ethical psychotherapy and assessments to children, teenagers, and adults. I work with individuals with a broad range of mental health concerns (such as adjustment to major life stressors and transitions, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, sleep problems, etc.), and have a specialization in working with adults (including Veterans) who have experienced or witnessed trauma, and those who may be coping with race-related stress and trauma. I also have a focus in psychological and psycho-educational assessments. "

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