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"Imagine waking up tomorrow and all of today's "problems" are solved. What does life then look like? Therapists employ this thought experiment in order to help client's establish specific therapy goals. Inevitably, the desire for cultivating meaningful relationships and connections emerge as themes. Disruptive childhoods, social anxiety, or lack of emotional understanding among others all play a role in feeling disconnected. Most clients resonate with feeling depressed and anxious over a period of time. In the broader context of relationships, learning healthier ways to connect through effective therapy can provide the antidote. "
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"Imagine waking up tomorrow and all of today's "problems" are solved. What does life then look like? Therapists employ this thought experiment in order to help client's establish specific therapy goals. Inevitably, the desire for cultivating meaningful relationships and connections emerge as themes. Disruptive childhoods, social anxiety, or lack of emotional understanding among others all play a role in feeling disconnected. Most clients resonate with feeling depressed and anxious over a period of time. In the broader context of relationships, learning healthier ways to connect through effective therapy can provide the antidote. "
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"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
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"I specialize in treating the issues that arise from unresolved trauma or difficult life experiences. My goal is to support and empower my clients by using an integrative and collaborative stance, incorporating my background in psychodynamic psychotherapy with body-centered and mindfulness-based techniques. It is my hope that by equipping my clients with the skills to develop their own self-awareness, self-compassion, clarity, and peace, they can go on to experience more meaningful and fulfilling lives."
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"Personal growth can happen at any age, and is never a missed opportunity. As we move through life, the relationship we have with ourselves can be challenged by unexpected disruptions. We may be consumed with worry, we may experience a loss, whether through the death of a loved one or by a shift in our identity, or we may feel increasingly conflicted with the different relationships in our lives. "
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"Personal growth can happen at any age, and is never a missed opportunity. As we move through life, the relationship we have with ourselves can be challenged by unexpected disruptions. We may be consumed with worry, we may experience a loss, whether through the death of a loved one or by a shift in our identity, or we may feel increasingly conflicted with the different relationships in our lives. "
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"Therapy is a unique opportunity to work through difficulties in one's life. As a therapist, I build a strong relationship with my patients, and create a space for absolute safety. Within this relationship, there can be free and honest expression, introspection, as well as the development of self-understanding. I believe that therapy is an opportunity to work through conflicts and obstacles that stand in the way of us having the life we want. "
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"Therapy is a unique opportunity to work through difficulties in one's life. As a therapist, I build a strong relationship with my patients, and create a space for absolute safety. Within this relationship, there can be free and honest expression, introspection, as well as the development of self-understanding. I believe that therapy is an opportunity to work through conflicts and obstacles that stand in the way of us having the life we want. "
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"Do you lack balance in your life? Do you live for the weekend, but the days feel too short? The demands of balancing a career, having time to devote to your relationships, seeking time for friends, family, and children can take a toll. Are life's pressures overwhelming and draining? Are you seeking direction in your life? Helpers-Police Officers, EMT, Nurses, Teachers, Pastors, and Mental Health Workers, where do you get your help? Often first and second responders are expected to be immune to what you witness and encounter while helping others."
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"Do you lack balance in your life? Do you live for the weekend, but the days feel too short? The demands of balancing a career, having time to devote to your relationships, seeking time for friends, family, and children can take a toll. Are life's pressures overwhelming and draining? Are you seeking direction in your life? Helpers-Police Officers, EMT, Nurses, Teachers, Pastors, and Mental Health Workers, where do you get your help? Often first and second responders are expected to be immune to what you witness and encounter while helping others."
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"I have seen the positive healing effects of counseling not only in my personal life, but in the life of my clients. Everyone is unique and has their own highs and lows, and I love being with people when they are in both spaces. I want everyone that I work with to feel like they are understood, heard, and that they matter. I strive to be able to provide a space for everyone to grow into their best self."
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"I have seen the positive healing effects of counseling not only in my personal life, but in the life of my clients. Everyone is unique and has their own highs and lows, and I love being with people when they are in both spaces. I want everyone that I work with to feel like they are understood, heard, and that they matter. I strive to be able to provide a space for everyone to grow into their best self."
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"Making the decision to come to therapy is courageous and can be a step into acknowledging suffering and connecting with yourself. I also recognize that it can be scary, and unfamiliar. My approach to therapy is collaborative; working together to explore, understand and change experiences so that one can experience life in a meaningful way. I have experience working with a variety of concerns, and focus on creating a therapeutic space where one can safely discover and express their authenticity. Therapy can help in emotional expression, self-reflection and the freedom to engage in self-compassion and empowerment."
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"Making the decision to come to therapy is courageous and can be a step into acknowledging suffering and connecting with yourself. I also recognize that it can be scary, and unfamiliar. My approach to therapy is collaborative; working together to explore, understand and change experiences so that one can experience life in a meaningful way. I have experience working with a variety of concerns, and focus on creating a therapeutic space where one can safely discover and express their authenticity. Therapy can help in emotional expression, self-reflection and the freedom to engage in self-compassion and empowerment."
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"I greet every client with the belief that we are born into this world as unique and healthy human beings. I believe that it is life's stress, individual experiences, and temperaments that move us off our centers and cause depression, anxiety, and dysfunctional behavior."
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"I greet every client with the belief that we are born into this world as unique and healthy human beings. I believe that it is life's stress, individual experiences, and temperaments that move us off our centers and cause depression, anxiety, and dysfunctional behavior."
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"I believe that successful therapy begins with finding the right therapist - sometimes a daunting task. I understand that everyone has their unique story, and I am here to listen compassionately and non-judgementally. I genuinely enjoy helping clients to identify changes they want to make and supporting them in taking effective steps toward those changes. I am transparent in giving clients my professional opinions, but first and foremost I listen."
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"I believe that successful therapy begins with finding the right therapist - sometimes a daunting task. I understand that everyone has their unique story, and I am here to listen compassionately and non-judgementally. I genuinely enjoy helping clients to identify changes they want to make and supporting them in taking effective steps toward those changes. I am transparent in giving clients my professional opinions, but first and foremost I listen."
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"During my past 18 years as a therapist I've worked with several clients with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety and depression, chemical dependency, emotional abuse, sex addiction, codependency, eating disorders, and childhood trauma. I offer a supportive, confidential and safe place for you, your partner, spouse and/or family to work through obstacles, struggles, and current/past traumas to find success. It is my role to respect your values and the goal you set out to reach in therapy."
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"During my past 18 years as a therapist I've worked with several clients with a variety of presenting problems, including anxiety and depression, chemical dependency, emotional abuse, sex addiction, codependency, eating disorders, and childhood trauma. I offer a supportive, confidential and safe place for you, your partner, spouse and/or family to work through obstacles, struggles, and current/past traumas to find success. It is my role to respect your values and the goal you set out to reach in therapy."
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"I believe in the capacity of the human spirit to grow and change and that psychotherapy is a powerful means for this kind of transformation. As a therapist, you will experience me as a keen observer, helping you to explore and identify patterns in your life and picking up on feelings and emotions that might be hard for you to make contact with. I make use of my creativity and yours to help you see things in a new light and to notice ways of being and coping that aren’t working anymore. I am known for my innate curiosity, intellectual agility and emotional intelligence."
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"I believe in the capacity of the human spirit to grow and change and that psychotherapy is a powerful means for this kind of transformation. As a therapist, you will experience me as a keen observer, helping you to explore and identify patterns in your life and picking up on feelings and emotions that might be hard for you to make contact with. I make use of my creativity and yours to help you see things in a new light and to notice ways of being and coping that aren’t working anymore. I am known for my innate curiosity, intellectual agility and emotional intelligence."
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"Therapy is an opportunity for self-reflection and personal growth that requires a compassionate and safe therapeutic relationship. I practice from an insight- oriented approach that allows for an increased awareness of past and current relational patterns. Together we will examine these patterns, develop tools, and find ways to respond differently in order to alleviate immediate stress while also creating lasting change."
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"Therapy is an opportunity for self-reflection and personal growth that requires a compassionate and safe therapeutic relationship. I practice from an insight- oriented approach that allows for an increased awareness of past and current relational patterns. Together we will examine these patterns, develop tools, and find ways to respond differently in order to alleviate immediate stress while also creating lasting change."
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"I believe in a strength-based approach to therapy where the unique needs of each client are addressed in the safety of the therapeutic space. I strive to create a non-judgmental, empathic environment where clients are supported in attaining personal growth. I provide therapeutic services and guidance to individual adults (18+), couples and families. I have experience working with anxiety and depression, with a broad spectrum of unresolved traumatic experiences, and with issues surrounding adjustment to life transitions along with the general stressors of adulthood."
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"I believe in a strength-based approach to therapy where the unique needs of each client are addressed in the safety of the therapeutic space. I strive to create a non-judgmental, empathic environment where clients are supported in attaining personal growth. I provide therapeutic services and guidance to individual adults (18+), couples and families. I have experience working with anxiety and depression, with a broad spectrum of unresolved traumatic experiences, and with issues surrounding adjustment to life transitions along with the general stressors of adulthood."
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"We are all longing to feel loved and to belong. Yet, it is often in the arms of our loved ones where we can be hurt the most. Working with individuals, couples, adolescents, and families to deal with the pain that comes with close relationships is at the heart of what I do. Together we can work to help you create new meaning in your life with a stronger voice of authorship, empowering you to find the strength and tools to create a life worth living and relationships worth having. Our goal is to help you heal the root so that you can blossom, turning that pain into purpose. "
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"We are all longing to feel loved and to belong. Yet, it is often in the arms of our loved ones where we can be hurt the most. Working with individuals, couples, adolescents, and families to deal with the pain that comes with close relationships is at the heart of what I do. Together we can work to help you create new meaning in your life with a stronger voice of authorship, empowering you to find the strength and tools to create a life worth living and relationships worth having. Our goal is to help you heal the root so that you can blossom, turning that pain into purpose. "
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"Courtney earned a MA in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in 2008. She is warm, collaborative and strengths based in her therapeutic approach, carefully attending to the context of her clients' lives. She has extensive experience working with adults coping with severe and persistent mental illness, depression and anxiety, and she has received specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. She is interested in the needs of women and LGBTQ people throughout the adult life course."
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"Courtney earned a MA in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University in 2008. She is warm, collaborative and strengths based in her therapeutic approach, carefully attending to the context of her clients' lives. She has extensive experience working with adults coping with severe and persistent mental illness, depression and anxiety, and she has received specialized training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia. She is interested in the needs of women and LGBTQ people throughout the adult life course."
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"I easily set my clients at ease in a comfortable setting so that they can first tell their "story" in a nurturing and non-judgmental setting, then begin to focus on what they want to accomplish; setting realistic goals for both personal and professional success. Best of all done with a sense of humor as laughter is the best medicine! I teach that therapy can be fun and as productive as they want it to be where one thoughts and feelings are taken very seriously where what you put in is often what you get out!"
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"I easily set my clients at ease in a comfortable setting so that they can first tell their "story" in a nurturing and non-judgmental setting, then begin to focus on what they want to accomplish; setting realistic goals for both personal and professional success. Best of all done with a sense of humor as laughter is the best medicine! I teach that therapy can be fun and as productive as they want it to be where one thoughts and feelings are taken very seriously where what you put in is often what you get out!"
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"ALL THERAPISTS AT OUR PRACTICE ARE SEEING CLIENTS VIA PHONE AND VIDEO CHAT AS OF 3/17/20. Our staff is committed to providing consistent support to our existing clients through out the duration of this pandemic. We are currently accepting new clients via video/phone chat and will transition any new clients to in person appointments our downtown location for in person appointments. Please reach out through email or phone to set up an intake call and to be scheduled with a therapist. All calls returned within 24 hours and you will be scheduled promptly. We accept all insurance plans and your plan will be verified prior to 1st appt. "
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"ALL THERAPISTS AT OUR PRACTICE ARE SEEING CLIENTS VIA PHONE AND VIDEO CHAT AS OF 3/17/20. Our staff is committed to providing consistent support to our existing clients through out the duration of this pandemic. We are currently accepting new clients via video/phone chat and will transition any new clients to in person appointments our downtown location for in person appointments. Please reach out through email or phone to set up an intake call and to be scheduled with a therapist. All calls returned within 24 hours and you will be scheduled promptly. We accept all insurance plans and your plan will be verified prior to 1st appt. "
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"Perhaps you feel stuck, with no clear sense of purpose and don’t know the next steps to move forward in your life. Or your environment is not supportive, and you feel disconnected, frustrated and unheard in your relationships. Maybe you're dealing with emotional wounds caused by racism, sexism, homophobia or other forms of oppression. And maybe you aren't even sure what the problem is, you just know things aren't working and no matter how hard you try, you end up in the same cycle of struggle. I am here to support you in creating deep and meaningful change, so you can live the authentic and empowering life that you deserve to have. "
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"Perhaps you feel stuck, with no clear sense of purpose and don’t know the next steps to move forward in your life. Or your environment is not supportive, and you feel disconnected, frustrated and unheard in your relationships. Maybe you're dealing with emotional wounds caused by racism, sexism, homophobia or other forms of oppression. And maybe you aren't even sure what the problem is, you just know things aren't working and no matter how hard you try, you end up in the same cycle of struggle. I am here to support you in creating deep and meaningful change, so you can live the authentic and empowering life that you deserve to have. "
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"Oftentimes, people come to therapy because they feel stuck in patterns that they can't shake, despite their best efforts--this may be creating symptoms of anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. I provide a safe, focused environment that allows my clients to explore themselves, their relationships, and their experiences in the world. I also offer special sensitivity to how cultural, racial, and societal issues affect an individual's life. The process is aimed at allowing people to clarify their own goals and move toward them, and to discover new ways of approaching life's challenges while becoming more aware of their personal values and needs."
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"Oftentimes, people come to therapy because they feel stuck in patterns that they can't shake, despite their best efforts--this may be creating symptoms of anxiety, depression, or relationship issues. I provide a safe, focused environment that allows my clients to explore themselves, their relationships, and their experiences in the world. I also offer special sensitivity to how cultural, racial, and societal issues affect an individual's life. The process is aimed at allowing people to clarify their own goals and move toward them, and to discover new ways of approaching life's challenges while becoming more aware of their personal values and needs."
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"Hello! Thanks for taking the time to check out my page. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who has been trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. I believe that we are capable of the work it takes to engage in the lifelong learning process that is navigating the complexities of our relationships with one another. It is my greatest responsibility to respect the privilege that is creating space for and fostering connection as we are consumed by, endure, and make meaning out of each and every part of our one, human experience. "
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"Hello! Thanks for taking the time to check out my page. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who has been trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. I believe that we are capable of the work it takes to engage in the lifelong learning process that is navigating the complexities of our relationships with one another. It is my greatest responsibility to respect the privilege that is creating space for and fostering connection as we are consumed by, endure, and make meaning out of each and every part of our one, human experience. "

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