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"During these stressful times, do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed? Recovering from a traumatic experience (PTSD), or dealing with a life transition, job stress, or relationship challenges? I provide compassionate, generous listening and practical tools to soothe excessive worries, fears and anger so you can reach a calmer state and clear-sighted perspective. Through the therapy process, clients typically make effective, long-term lifestyle changes that promote well-being and more balance in many areas of life. "
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"During these stressful times, do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed? Recovering from a traumatic experience (PTSD), or dealing with a life transition, job stress, or relationship challenges? I provide compassionate, generous listening and practical tools to soothe excessive worries, fears and anger so you can reach a calmer state and clear-sighted perspective. Through the therapy process, clients typically make effective, long-term lifestyle changes that promote well-being and more balance in many areas of life. "
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"As therapists who specialize in the treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, we work with women experiencing challenges across the entire reproductive life story, including infertility, miscarriage, pregnancy, depression, and anxiety. While parenthood is supposed to be a happy time in your life, it may not always feel this way. We treat maternal mental health from mild parenting stress and worry to severe postpartum depression and anxiety, to the grief of miscarriage and pregnancy loss. We will support you through this challenging time in your life and guide you in your quest to feel like yourself again."
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"As therapists who specialize in the treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders, we work with women experiencing challenges across the entire reproductive life story, including infertility, miscarriage, pregnancy, depression, and anxiety. While parenthood is supposed to be a happy time in your life, it may not always feel this way. We treat maternal mental health from mild parenting stress and worry to severe postpartum depression and anxiety, to the grief of miscarriage and pregnancy loss. We will support you through this challenging time in your life and guide you in your quest to feel like yourself again."
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"Therapy is a unique opportunity to focus on yourself and begin down the path to a healthy, more fulfilling life. Working collaboratively with a therapist can help you to explore patterns, relationships and ways of functioning that no longer serve your best interest. This exploration can lead to the strength and confidence necessary to make changes and regain focus in your life. Therapy is an emotionally safe place that will allow you to heal as you address difficult issues, gain clarity, and become reacquainted with your authentic self."
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"Therapy is a unique opportunity to focus on yourself and begin down the path to a healthy, more fulfilling life. Working collaboratively with a therapist can help you to explore patterns, relationships and ways of functioning that no longer serve your best interest. This exploration can lead to the strength and confidence necessary to make changes and regain focus in your life. Therapy is an emotionally safe place that will allow you to heal as you address difficult issues, gain clarity, and become reacquainted with your authentic self."
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"Have you been considering going to counseling for some time? It's okay to be uncertain about what it's all about or how even how to get the conversation going. As your therapist, my primary goal is to provide you with a comfortable space where you can safely unburden yourself as we explore your concerns. I find traditional approaches like CBT, DBT & EMDR are most effective when personalized in conjunction with interactive multimedia like art and music. Throughout our therapeutic journey I will tailor my approach to meet you where you are at, with a primary goal of helping support you in living an self-actualized and authentic life."
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"Have you been considering going to counseling for some time? It's okay to be uncertain about what it's all about or how even how to get the conversation going. As your therapist, my primary goal is to provide you with a comfortable space where you can safely unburden yourself as we explore your concerns. I find traditional approaches like CBT, DBT & EMDR are most effective when personalized in conjunction with interactive multimedia like art and music. Throughout our therapeutic journey I will tailor my approach to meet you where you are at, with a primary goal of helping support you in living an self-actualized and authentic life."
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"I continually work to create an environment that feels safe, warm, and supportive for each person. My goals as a therapist are to establish connection, to be adaptable and creative enough that differences are respected and more alternatives explored, and to identify strengths that can be used as a foundation for coping. As a part of the process, goals are set to create balance between work, life, and self. Ultimately, an ideal client would recognize the need for more or a need for something to change in their situation and be brave enough to take the first major step and call."
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"I continually work to create an environment that feels safe, warm, and supportive for each person. My goals as a therapist are to establish connection, to be adaptable and creative enough that differences are respected and more alternatives explored, and to identify strengths that can be used as a foundation for coping. As a part of the process, goals are set to create balance between work, life, and self. Ultimately, an ideal client would recognize the need for more or a need for something to change in their situation and be brave enough to take the first major step and call."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults and families. I work with clients experiencing a wide variety of life circumstances and issues; however, I have specialty training working with school-aged children, college students and families. My approach to working with clients is to first provide them an environment where their life circumstances can be understood so they can feel safe to explore new possibilities. My priority as a therapist is that my clients feel empowered to live their best life within their own unique set of cultural factors while taking into account their personal goals."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults and families. I work with clients experiencing a wide variety of life circumstances and issues; however, I have specialty training working with school-aged children, college students and families. My approach to working with clients is to first provide them an environment where their life circumstances can be understood so they can feel safe to explore new possibilities. My priority as a therapist is that my clients feel empowered to live their best life within their own unique set of cultural factors while taking into account their personal goals."
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"Accepting new clients online at www.doxy.me/debfry CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS ...................................Participating in therapy has the power to change your life. Together we will gain insights and look at patterns of relating to others or places you may be stuck. Healing and growth begin as we identify areas you want to change. I am committed to providing innovative, compassionate, culturally sensitive psychotherapy. Life and personal growth can be a challenge and you do not have to do it alone. Please call or e-mail me if you would like to learn more or arrange an appointment."
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"Accepting new clients online at www.doxy.me/debfry CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS ...................................Participating in therapy has the power to change your life. Together we will gain insights and look at patterns of relating to others or places you may be stuck. Healing and growth begin as we identify areas you want to change. I am committed to providing innovative, compassionate, culturally sensitive psychotherapy. Life and personal growth can be a challenge and you do not have to do it alone. Please call or e-mail me if you would like to learn more or arrange an appointment."
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"Empowerment and self awareness are key in overcoming life's challenges. As a counselor with over 12 years of experience, my focus is in helping you discover the strengths within yourself to navigate and manage personal difficulties. I believe in a holistic and person centered approach, focused on mindfulness, emotional understanding and self motivation. I am dedicated to providing a nonjudgmental and compassionate listening ear and feel passionately about building a strong therapeutic relationship with each client. "
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"Empowerment and self awareness are key in overcoming life's challenges. As a counselor with over 12 years of experience, my focus is in helping you discover the strengths within yourself to navigate and manage personal difficulties. I believe in a holistic and person centered approach, focused on mindfulness, emotional understanding and self motivation. I am dedicated to providing a nonjudgmental and compassionate listening ear and feel passionately about building a strong therapeutic relationship with each client. "
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"Through my work as a therapist I have come to believe deeply in the capacity of people to change. If we are feeling stuck in some ways, I don't think its because we want to be miserable or are in some way a "bad" person. We may simply lack the right kind of support to find our way out."
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"Through my work as a therapist I have come to believe deeply in the capacity of people to change. If we are feeling stuck in some ways, I don't think its because we want to be miserable or are in some way a "bad" person. We may simply lack the right kind of support to find our way out."
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"I help clients release limiting beliefs and pain from past experiences. If you are feeling held back by your past, low on energy, or frustrated with your inconsistency in motivation, we will be a good fit. The approach I use is called NARM, the NeuroAffective Relational Model, and it is a body-based psychotherapy. Together, we will explore what is holding you back from achieving your goals, and work to release the pain tied to the old pattern. My approach is gentle and compassionate, and creates the conditions for you to reconnect to your authentic self."
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"I help clients release limiting beliefs and pain from past experiences. If you are feeling held back by your past, low on energy, or frustrated with your inconsistency in motivation, we will be a good fit. The approach I use is called NARM, the NeuroAffective Relational Model, and it is a body-based psychotherapy. Together, we will explore what is holding you back from achieving your goals, and work to release the pain tied to the old pattern. My approach is gentle and compassionate, and creates the conditions for you to reconnect to your authentic self."
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"I pride myself on meeting my clients where they are, and working collaboratively with each of my clients and couples. We all at times go through periods when processing, whether towards change or healing, becomes necessary. I hope to make that process a bit more comfortable, so that you are not alone, and also to help you move through your journey with integrity and intention. Many of my clients report feeling it to be easier to approach difficult topics due to us having a friendly relationship as a foundation. I believe that foundation is in part created due to our efforts in seeing and validating their own internal strengths."
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"I pride myself on meeting my clients where they are, and working collaboratively with each of my clients and couples. We all at times go through periods when processing, whether towards change or healing, becomes necessary. I hope to make that process a bit more comfortable, so that you are not alone, and also to help you move through your journey with integrity and intention. Many of my clients report feeling it to be easier to approach difficult topics due to us having a friendly relationship as a foundation. I believe that foundation is in part created due to our efforts in seeing and validating their own internal strengths."
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"I realize how important it is to have someone to truly listen and be compassionate. As a mental health care professional, I look forward to helping guide other people's mental health recovery. I was in a major motor vehicle accident in 2017 that left me quadriplegic. Life will always have its ups and downs yet I continue to discover that help can come in many forms. The doctors healed me physically yet it was through the hard work of the mental health care professionals that set me on my path to recovery."
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"I realize how important it is to have someone to truly listen and be compassionate. As a mental health care professional, I look forward to helping guide other people's mental health recovery. I was in a major motor vehicle accident in 2017 that left me quadriplegic. Life will always have its ups and downs yet I continue to discover that help can come in many forms. The doctors healed me physically yet it was through the hard work of the mental health care professionals that set me on my path to recovery."
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"I utilize an active and tailored approach that meets clients wherever they are at in life to make the therapy experience as effective and meaningful as possible. I think outside-the-box and will often use interventions that make use of the resources and strengths that are available to clients. I believe that human beings are resilient and deserve support through challenging times, and it is when they receive the support they need that they can achieve greater happiness and confidence in themselves, the world, and the future. I truly have a great passion for my profession."
(773) 382-0220
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"I utilize an active and tailored approach that meets clients wherever they are at in life to make the therapy experience as effective and meaningful as possible. I think outside-the-box and will often use interventions that make use of the resources and strengths that are available to clients. I believe that human beings are resilient and deserve support through challenging times, and it is when they receive the support they need that they can achieve greater happiness and confidence in themselves, the world, and the future. I truly have a great passion for my profession."
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"I have worked with clients moving through a variety of issues for over 13 years. I've worked closely with individuals to clarify goals in efforts for client's to grow into their best-self. Communication and Social Skills are two areas of practice I have focused on for over 10 years. I have supported clients with special needs, medical issues, as well as people looking for general direction/advice around life issues."
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"I have worked with clients moving through a variety of issues for over 13 years. I've worked closely with individuals to clarify goals in efforts for client's to grow into their best-self. Communication and Social Skills are two areas of practice I have focused on for over 10 years. I have supported clients with special needs, medical issues, as well as people looking for general direction/advice around life issues."
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"Through my work with severely mentally ill individuals, first responders, veterans, individuals involved in the criminal justice system, LGBTQ individuals, and others struggling with emotional pain and existential crises, I have learned that we all have essentially the same goals -- the identification and creation of a life with which we are content, and the ability to effectively and comfortably experience the full range of our emotions without fear. To facilitate clients’ progress toward their goals and to honor their journey, I strive to provide a safe, supportive, and validating environment that is free from judgment. "
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"Through my work with severely mentally ill individuals, first responders, veterans, individuals involved in the criminal justice system, LGBTQ individuals, and others struggling with emotional pain and existential crises, I have learned that we all have essentially the same goals -- the identification and creation of a life with which we are content, and the ability to effectively and comfortably experience the full range of our emotions without fear. To facilitate clients’ progress toward their goals and to honor their journey, I strive to provide a safe, supportive, and validating environment that is free from judgment. "
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"Emily is a licensed and board-certified Physician Assistant. She completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. During her physician assistant program, she received clinical training in many specialities including psychiatry. Emily understands how mental health is just as important as other aspects of healthcare, and takes the time to get to know each of her patient’s unique backgrounds and needs. With a compassionate approach. She will spend time listening to the patient’s specific needs in order to develop a personalized treatment plan that will help them reach their goals."
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"Emily is a licensed and board-certified Physician Assistant. She completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. During her physician assistant program, she received clinical training in many specialities including psychiatry. Emily understands how mental health is just as important as other aspects of healthcare, and takes the time to get to know each of her patient’s unique backgrounds and needs. With a compassionate approach. She will spend time listening to the patient’s specific needs in order to develop a personalized treatment plan that will help them reach their goals."
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"I believe positive change is achieved through exploration of the origins of difficulties, gaining insight and self-awareness, and learning new patterns of relating to oneself and others. My intention in my therapeutic work is to assist clients in identifying and evaluating patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior that lead to difficulties in one's life and relationships. With increased awareness into underlying motivations, clients are positioned to make changes in their thoughts and resulting emotions, behaviors, and relationships. Each client's treatment is tailored to specifically address their unique difficulties."
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"I believe positive change is achieved through exploration of the origins of difficulties, gaining insight and self-awareness, and learning new patterns of relating to oneself and others. My intention in my therapeutic work is to assist clients in identifying and evaluating patterns of thought, feeling, and behavior that lead to difficulties in one's life and relationships. With increased awareness into underlying motivations, clients are positioned to make changes in their thoughts and resulting emotions, behaviors, and relationships. Each client's treatment is tailored to specifically address their unique difficulties."
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"As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and state certified Domestic Violence Professional, my specialty is working with individuals who have experienced significant trauma, violence, pain or loss in their home or community. "
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"As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and state certified Domestic Violence Professional, my specialty is working with individuals who have experienced significant trauma, violence, pain or loss in their home or community. "
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"I practice from the core belief that counseling can strengthen one’s ability to make choices in life that feel congruent with the person one desires to be. With clients, I strive to help them learn how to manage difficult emotions and develop a strong personal sense of self-compassion and acceptance. I am most passionate about addressing concerns related to gender identity, coming out, and sexual health. I work closely with LGBTQ+ clients in multiple therapy modalities, including individual, group, and couples therapy. I pay close attention to personal and cultural identities and the ways in which our daily lives are impacted."
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"I practice from the core belief that counseling can strengthen one’s ability to make choices in life that feel congruent with the person one desires to be. With clients, I strive to help them learn how to manage difficult emotions and develop a strong personal sense of self-compassion and acceptance. I am most passionate about addressing concerns related to gender identity, coming out, and sexual health. I work closely with LGBTQ+ clients in multiple therapy modalities, including individual, group, and couples therapy. I pay close attention to personal and cultural identities and the ways in which our daily lives are impacted."
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"As a therapist I believe the most important thing I can emphasize in the relationship is autonomy. Addressing the shortcomings of the profession in the past I seek to create a collaborative environment where you as the client understand where our work is going and that it can be addressed at any time. I have an interest working with clients dealing with trauma, clients from the LGBTQ population (in particular the transgender and transgender non-binary experience) and couples. I hope to provide clarity and a greater understanding of your emotional world and what options you have to become the person you wish to be."
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"As a therapist I believe the most important thing I can emphasize in the relationship is autonomy. Addressing the shortcomings of the profession in the past I seek to create a collaborative environment where you as the client understand where our work is going and that it can be addressed at any time. I have an interest working with clients dealing with trauma, clients from the LGBTQ population (in particular the transgender and transgender non-binary experience) and couples. I hope to provide clarity and a greater understanding of your emotional world and what options you have to become the person you wish to be."

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