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"(Not accepting new clients) I enjoy working with a variety of people and have extensive experience assisting individuals experiencing trauma related disorders, depression, anxiety, eating disordered behaviors, and life transitions. I work with adults of all races, cultures, sexual orientations, gender orientations, and religions. I assist clients to explore ways stresses, traumas, and significant relationships have influenced them so that they may lead a more full, satisfying life. I'm an integrative therapist and am most influenced by psychodynamic theories and dialectical behavioral treatment. I will collaborate with you to develop and pursue goals along the way."
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"(Not accepting new clients) I enjoy working with a variety of people and have extensive experience assisting individuals experiencing trauma related disorders, depression, anxiety, eating disordered behaviors, and life transitions. I work with adults of all races, cultures, sexual orientations, gender orientations, and religions. I assist clients to explore ways stresses, traumas, and significant relationships have influenced them so that they may lead a more full, satisfying life. I'm an integrative therapist and am most influenced by psychodynamic theories and dialectical behavioral treatment. I will collaborate with you to develop and pursue goals along the way."
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"I use an approach that emphasizes person-centered treatment. More specifically, this approach focuses on recovery, wellness and resilience. The essence of this approach involves coaching, cheerleading, facilitating, and mentoring. In addition, I focus on building a partnership with the individual to create of an individual plan that serves as each person’s road map to recovery. Principles of hope, empowerment and self-determination are heavily emphasized. I encourage the development of an individual vision which reflects preferences, abilities, strengths, goals, & cultural identity. Working together to identify the individual's life goals and removing barriers to their recovery and wellness."
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"I use an approach that emphasizes person-centered treatment. More specifically, this approach focuses on recovery, wellness and resilience. The essence of this approach involves coaching, cheerleading, facilitating, and mentoring. In addition, I focus on building a partnership with the individual to create of an individual plan that serves as each person’s road map to recovery. Principles of hope, empowerment and self-determination are heavily emphasized. I encourage the development of an individual vision which reflects preferences, abilities, strengths, goals, & cultural identity. Working together to identify the individual's life goals and removing barriers to their recovery and wellness."
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"Feeling disconnected from others, from your kids, or from yourself? You don't have to feel stuck. Trouble connecting with ourselves and those around us is a natural reaction when we’re overwhelmed by pain or stress. As a therapist trained in EMDR and play therapy, I specialize in working with complicated, painful, or confusing emotions that keep children and adults feeling stuck, disconnected, or alone. For example: parents and children in constant conflict or struggling to communicate, parents and children wanting to build or rebuild trust and connection, and individuals struggling with symptoms of anxiety, depression or grief. "
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"Feeling disconnected from others, from your kids, or from yourself? You don't have to feel stuck. Trouble connecting with ourselves and those around us is a natural reaction when we’re overwhelmed by pain or stress. As a therapist trained in EMDR and play therapy, I specialize in working with complicated, painful, or confusing emotions that keep children and adults feeling stuck, disconnected, or alone. For example: parents and children in constant conflict or struggling to communicate, parents and children wanting to build or rebuild trust and connection, and individuals struggling with symptoms of anxiety, depression or grief. "
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"My approach to therapy focuses on the therapeutic relationship which I perceive as the most important factor for change to happen. I use interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in my work. My primary area of interest is working with college aged students and young professionals in their early 20s to late 40s who may be experiencing difficulties dealing with the various roles, responsibilities, stressors, and life transitions that come with this particular age group and various life stages."
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"My approach to therapy focuses on the therapeutic relationship which I perceive as the most important factor for change to happen. I use interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in my work. My primary area of interest is working with college aged students and young professionals in their early 20s to late 40s who may be experiencing difficulties dealing with the various roles, responsibilities, stressors, and life transitions that come with this particular age group and various life stages."
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"*I am not taking new clients at this time* My goal is to create an environment where you are safe to explore yourself and the circumstances of your life in a compassionate, non-judgemental manner. I will help you to identify your therapeutic goals and use strategies best suited to your specific needs; always looking for and developing your inherent strengths that will enable you to achieve your goals. Mine is an eclectic approach to therapy that addresses, among other issues, anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, grief, life transitions, relationships, gender, and sexuality."
(812) 864-4728
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"*I am not taking new clients at this time* My goal is to create an environment where you are safe to explore yourself and the circumstances of your life in a compassionate, non-judgemental manner. I will help you to identify your therapeutic goals and use strategies best suited to your specific needs; always looking for and developing your inherent strengths that will enable you to achieve your goals. Mine is an eclectic approach to therapy that addresses, among other issues, anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, grief, life transitions, relationships, gender, and sexuality."
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"*ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* Stacey Kim, LCSW, Nina Castronova, LCSW, Julia Livingston, LCSW, and Mimi Buthelezi, LMFTA. Compassionate Living Now is a mental health practice in Bloomington, Indiana, dedicated to deep therapeutic work, personal transformation, and kindness-in-action. We offer traditional talk therapy and tools for living a radically compassionate life. Our therapists have a broad range of experiences and expertise. What we share is a posture of compassionate presence, the desire to honor your unique journey, and a commitment to excellence in care."
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"*ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS* Stacey Kim, LCSW, Nina Castronova, LCSW, Julia Livingston, LCSW, and Mimi Buthelezi, LMFTA. Compassionate Living Now is a mental health practice in Bloomington, Indiana, dedicated to deep therapeutic work, personal transformation, and kindness-in-action. We offer traditional talk therapy and tools for living a radically compassionate life. Our therapists have a broad range of experiences and expertise. What we share is a posture of compassionate presence, the desire to honor your unique journey, and a commitment to excellence in care."
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"**I am currently full and unable to accept new clients. Hope to have more availability soon**I have a warm, collaborative working style that integrates a systemic theoretical orientation (understanding people's lives in the context of biology, relationships, work, and larger social/cultural systems) with highly individualized, evidence-based treatment. I enjoy working with people across the lifespan, from adolescence through older adulthood. I have extensive training/experience in the areas of family therapy (e.g., Functional Family Therapy), parenting, co-parenting through divorce/family disruption, trauma, and developmental challenges through adolescence and emerging adulthood."
(812) 577-9041
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"**I am currently full and unable to accept new clients. Hope to have more availability soon**I have a warm, collaborative working style that integrates a systemic theoretical orientation (understanding people's lives in the context of biology, relationships, work, and larger social/cultural systems) with highly individualized, evidence-based treatment. I enjoy working with people across the lifespan, from adolescence through older adulthood. I have extensive training/experience in the areas of family therapy (e.g., Functional Family Therapy), parenting, co-parenting through divorce/family disruption, trauma, and developmental challenges through adolescence and emerging adulthood."
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Psychologist, PhD, HSPP
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"NOW OFFERING TELEHEALTH ONLINE SESSIONS only due to COVID-19 precautions through easy HIPAA-compliant Zoom sessions. Are you looking for new ways to cope with stress? I will join with you wherever you find yourself, whether you are coping with illness, adjusting to a loss, finding you have momentarily lost your balance due to aging or retirement, or seeking personal growth. My aim is to help clients clarify what truly matters. When clients connect with their core values, they find their innate capacity to move toward a full and vital life. I invite you to contact me to begin the conversation."
(812) 302-0561
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"NOW OFFERING TELEHEALTH ONLINE SESSIONS only due to COVID-19 precautions through easy HIPAA-compliant Zoom sessions. Are you looking for new ways to cope with stress? I will join with you wherever you find yourself, whether you are coping with illness, adjusting to a loss, finding you have momentarily lost your balance due to aging or retirement, or seeking personal growth. My aim is to help clients clarify what truly matters. When clients connect with their core values, they find their innate capacity to move toward a full and vital life. I invite you to contact me to begin the conversation."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LLC
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"There are times when we all need some additional support and guidance to help us get to where we want to be mentally and emotionally. Counseling can help us take this journey and get to that healthier place. I believe that these journeys require a good connection and balance between the therapist and client. Both must be willing to give and take within the therapeutic process to make it a success."
(812) 731-4736
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"There are times when we all need some additional support and guidance to help us get to where we want to be mentally and emotionally. Counseling can help us take this journey and get to that healthier place. I believe that these journeys require a good connection and balance between the therapist and client. Both must be willing to give and take within the therapeutic process to make it a success."
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"My primary area of interest is working with professionals in their 30s and 40s who are having difficulty coping with life transitions associated with this particular age, such as considering a job or career change, getting a divorce, or starting a family. I also enjoy working with individuals who identify as being analytical, meaning that they often analyze or try to better understand themselves, find themselves more in touch with their thoughts than their feelings, and think and process information quickly."
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"My primary area of interest is working with professionals in their 30s and 40s who are having difficulty coping with life transitions associated with this particular age, such as considering a job or career change, getting a divorce, or starting a family. I also enjoy working with individuals who identify as being analytical, meaning that they often analyze or try to better understand themselves, find themselves more in touch with their thoughts than their feelings, and think and process information quickly."
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"I believe that human beings have an inherent longing and need for wholeness and balance, which is our natural state of being. However, we sometimes encounter damaging or traumatic events or long term stress that interrupt this natural state. When we are imbalanced, we develop psychological and/or physical symptoms, and we begin to use ineffective coping mechanisms. The good news is that with the right tools, these struggles can be used as a path back to the wholeness we seek. Having worked with clients for over twenty years, I know firsthand the power of using our difficulties to point the way towards healing."
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"I believe that human beings have an inherent longing and need for wholeness and balance, which is our natural state of being. However, we sometimes encounter damaging or traumatic events or long term stress that interrupt this natural state. When we are imbalanced, we develop psychological and/or physical symptoms, and we begin to use ineffective coping mechanisms. The good news is that with the right tools, these struggles can be used as a path back to the wholeness we seek. Having worked with clients for over twenty years, I know firsthand the power of using our difficulties to point the way towards healing."
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"The challenges you face may be overwhelming at times, and with over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist, I hope I can join with you to overcome life's difficulties. Clients need someone to listen and understand what their goals are and use the best available research to meet those goals. My years of experience as a Director of a County Mental Health Center included working with mood disorders, children and adults, marriage & family issues, and trauma. I look forward to using my experience as a therapist, professor and trainer to hear you and meet your needs."
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"The challenges you face may be overwhelming at times, and with over 25 years of experience as a psychotherapist, I hope I can join with you to overcome life's difficulties. Clients need someone to listen and understand what their goals are and use the best available research to meet those goals. My years of experience as a Director of a County Mental Health Center included working with mood disorders, children and adults, marriage & family issues, and trauma. I look forward to using my experience as a therapist, professor and trainer to hear you and meet your needs."
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"Weaving together my more than 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and my life as a ceramic artist, I love engaging clients in a creative process of personal growth that can stimulate transformative change. Grounding in the here and now, I work with clients to gently move through a respectful and compassionate deep inner listening and self-attunement that supports self-trust, actualization, and resilience. I treat a variety of mental health issues and have expertise in working with graduate students and post-university life transitions. I particularly enjoy working with adults desiring a more creative and embodied life. "
(812) 308-4453
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"Weaving together my more than 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and my life as a ceramic artist, I love engaging clients in a creative process of personal growth that can stimulate transformative change. Grounding in the here and now, I work with clients to gently move through a respectful and compassionate deep inner listening and self-attunement that supports self-trust, actualization, and resilience. I treat a variety of mental health issues and have expertise in working with graduate students and post-university life transitions. I particularly enjoy working with adults desiring a more creative and embodied life. "
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"My primary area of interest is working with adults in their mid-20s through early-40s who feel as if their fears and anxieties are holding them back in their lives, those who feel stuck in place, alone with their struggle, and unable to move forward. I enjoy helping clients to move through these fears to create the life that they want for themselves, by helping them to see themselves and their world in a more balanced and accepting way, and to respond in ways that fit with who they truly are."
(812) 496-5623
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"My primary area of interest is working with adults in their mid-20s through early-40s who feel as if their fears and anxieties are holding them back in their lives, those who feel stuck in place, alone with their struggle, and unable to move forward. I enjoy helping clients to move through these fears to create the life that they want for themselves, by helping them to see themselves and their world in a more balanced and accepting way, and to respond in ways that fit with who they truly are."
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"Struggling through pain and loss are inherent to being human and how we address our problems can make a significant difference in how we feel and how we relate to others. I look forward to hearing from you and the possibility of working together to tackle the struggles you are facing. "
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"Struggling through pain and loss are inherent to being human and how we address our problems can make a significant difference in how we feel and how we relate to others. I look forward to hearing from you and the possibility of working together to tackle the struggles you are facing. "
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"The Blue Sofa Counseling Services: A place where you are welcome. An ideal client would be an individual who is willing to work on becoming critical of negative self-talk and have a willingness to become more aware of their overall thought process. Issues that I have experience of working with include, but are not limited to: depressed moods, anxiety-related​ disorders, and adjustment issues. Additionally, the ideal couple would consist of two individuals who are interested in working together on common goals to help strengthen the positive qualities within their growing relationship. "
(812) 301-8540
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"The Blue Sofa Counseling Services: A place where you are welcome. An ideal client would be an individual who is willing to work on becoming critical of negative self-talk and have a willingness to become more aware of their overall thought process. Issues that I have experience of working with include, but are not limited to: depressed moods, anxiety-related​ disorders, and adjustment issues. Additionally, the ideal couple would consist of two individuals who are interested in working together on common goals to help strengthen the positive qualities within their growing relationship. "
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"I utilize my 13 years of counseling experience working with diverse populations from school age to adult to help clients make meaningful changes. I specialize in working with adults suffering from anxiety and depression, adjusting to life changes as well as substance use issues. Previously, I spent many years counseling college students in the university setting. I enjoy working with young adults as that is an immense time of transition, new beginnings and many times added stressors. This is a season of life where students can learn a lot about themselves and build healthy habits and positive coping skills for a lifetime."
(812) 362-5476
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"I utilize my 13 years of counseling experience working with diverse populations from school age to adult to help clients make meaningful changes. I specialize in working with adults suffering from anxiety and depression, adjusting to life changes as well as substance use issues. Previously, I spent many years counseling college students in the university setting. I enjoy working with young adults as that is an immense time of transition, new beginnings and many times added stressors. This is a season of life where students can learn a lot about themselves and build healthy habits and positive coping skills for a lifetime."
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"Welcome to The Center For Somatic Healing! If you feel like you've tried everything to move beyond the pain, loss, or abuse you've experienced, you're not alone. Regular talk therapy can help, but sometimes you need more. "
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"Welcome to The Center For Somatic Healing! If you feel like you've tried everything to move beyond the pain, loss, or abuse you've experienced, you're not alone. Regular talk therapy can help, but sometimes you need more. "
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"Currently accepting new clients!! I work with individuals (children and adults), couples, and families, ranging in ages from 7 to 83 who are experiencing a wide range of symptoms. I have extensive work in trauma and sexual abuse issues. I have extensively researched issues and stressors that today's LGBTQ+ clients and families may be experiencing, and work with transgender clients so that they can gain the medical treatment they need. Trained in family systems, I have experience working with infidelity, breakdowns in communication, and the merging of step-families."
(812) 308-9366
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"Currently accepting new clients!! I work with individuals (children and adults), couples, and families, ranging in ages from 7 to 83 who are experiencing a wide range of symptoms. I have extensive work in trauma and sexual abuse issues. I have extensively researched issues and stressors that today's LGBTQ+ clients and families may be experiencing, and work with transgender clients so that they can gain the medical treatment they need. Trained in family systems, I have experience working with infidelity, breakdowns in communication, and the merging of step-families."
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"I specialize in working with Indiana University students struggling with depression, anxiety, organization skills and motivation issues. Parents are freaking out and feel unprepared in dealing with these challenges. I provide Individual and Family Counseling with a focus on treating the underlying causes of depression, anxiety and substance abuse to get your son or daughter back on track. Office, on-campus, in-home and phone sessions are available when your busy schedules don't permit traditional support. Call today for a complimentary consultation."
(812) 669-4998
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"I specialize in working with Indiana University students struggling with depression, anxiety, organization skills and motivation issues. Parents are freaking out and feel unprepared in dealing with these challenges. I provide Individual and Family Counseling with a focus on treating the underlying causes of depression, anxiety and substance abuse to get your son or daughter back on track. Office, on-campus, in-home and phone sessions are available when your busy schedules don't permit traditional support. Call today for a complimentary consultation."

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