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"I work with my clients to help them build the skills needed for coping with life and many of the adversities of daily living. Most of the individuals I see are working through issue related to depression, anxiety, insomnia, grief and loss, relationship issues, anger management or work related stress."
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"Having had the great opportunity to practice my profession since 1995, this has afforded me a great deal of experience in different areas including acute care (inpatient), public mental health, as well as private practice. While I am considered a generalist, I especially enjoy working with issues that are specific to males (adolescent through adult). My approach is focused on the relational aspect of therapy often referred to as the "therapeutic relationship" which I believe is more important than specific techniques. I will be honest and direct with you, but understanding and gentle at the same time."
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"Having had the great opportunity to practice my profession since 1995, this has afforded me a great deal of experience in different areas including acute care (inpatient), public mental health, as well as private practice. While I am considered a generalist, I especially enjoy working with issues that are specific to males (adolescent through adult). My approach is focused on the relational aspect of therapy often referred to as the "therapeutic relationship" which I believe is more important than specific techniques. I will be honest and direct with you, but understanding and gentle at the same time."
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" Hello. Are you are overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, depression, anger, or Autism related issues, in our hectic, ever changing world, then know that the help you need is available. I offer effective therapy in a safe, non-judgmental space. I earned my Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at SHSU in 1998. I began practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2000. Prior to this I worked, with families, in the human service field for 25 years. Also, I am a Certified Autism Specialist, Registered Play Therapist, Certified AutPlay Provider & PE provider. So, if you are struggling to cope, I can help with a variety of issues."
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" Hello. Are you are overwhelmed by stress, anxiety, depression, anger, or Autism related issues, in our hectic, ever changing world, then know that the help you need is available. I offer effective therapy in a safe, non-judgmental space. I earned my Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at SHSU in 1998. I began practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2000. Prior to this I worked, with families, in the human service field for 25 years. Also, I am a Certified Autism Specialist, Registered Play Therapist, Certified AutPlay Provider & PE provider. So, if you are struggling to cope, I can help with a variety of issues."
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"I have counseled children and parents for twenty-eight years while also enjoying individual adult work. My experience encompasses private practice as well as agencies and hospitals, including DePelchin Children's Center and Texas Children's Hospital. In addition, I have supervised beginning social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists. Over the years, I have held faculty positions at Baylor College of Medicine and Smith College School for Social Work. My practice has included all facets of children's developmental and emotional concerns. Currently a large portion of my practice focuses on children's anxiety, depression, OCD, and divorce related issues."
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"I have counseled children and parents for twenty-eight years while also enjoying individual adult work. My experience encompasses private practice as well as agencies and hospitals, including DePelchin Children's Center and Texas Children's Hospital. In addition, I have supervised beginning social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists. Over the years, I have held faculty positions at Baylor College of Medicine and Smith College School for Social Work. My practice has included all facets of children's developmental and emotional concerns. Currently a large portion of my practice focuses on children's anxiety, depression, OCD, and divorce related issues."
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"Although the impact of the Corona Virus can be devastating, it can present opportunities as well. Let me help you come through this crisis and realize the opportunities it presents. I support adults and teens to heal from the devastating long term effects of developmental trauma. As children, we were so vulnerable. Many of us did not get what we needed to grow up secure and strong. Often we were left feeling rejected and unsafe. Come here to find safety and acceptance. Here we practice listening to you so attentively you will experience being gotten. Here you grow stronger through support and developing your awareness and choice"
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"Although the impact of the Corona Virus can be devastating, it can present opportunities as well. Let me help you come through this crisis and realize the opportunities it presents. I support adults and teens to heal from the devastating long term effects of developmental trauma. As children, we were so vulnerable. Many of us did not get what we needed to grow up secure and strong. Often we were left feeling rejected and unsafe. Come here to find safety and acceptance. Here we practice listening to you so attentively you will experience being gotten. Here you grow stronger through support and developing your awareness and choice"
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"You've taken care of everyone else's problems your whole life, but now you need support yourself. Strong people need support! Seeking a therapist is a large step in self-determination: let's make you the best expert about your own life. Visit me in Northwest Houston, Central Houston, or online from anywhere in Texas. My approach is to facilitate your goal of balance and well-being with an eclectic practice tailored to your needs as an individual, couple, or family. My goal is to support your process of navigating life and becoming stronger for your experiences."
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"You've taken care of everyone else's problems your whole life, but now you need support yourself. Strong people need support! Seeking a therapist is a large step in self-determination: let's make you the best expert about your own life. Visit me in Northwest Houston, Central Houston, or online from anywhere in Texas. My approach is to facilitate your goal of balance and well-being with an eclectic practice tailored to your needs as an individual, couple, or family. My goal is to support your process of navigating life and becoming stronger for your experiences."
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"We gain a greater understanding and perspective of our existence when addressing that which concerns us the most. Accepting responsibility for mental and emotional health is an empowering decision to make, one that will evolve and transform your life. If you are seeking therapy to resolve anxiety, abandonment, anger, boundary setting, depression, family and personal relationships, conflict, grief, indecision, negative feelings and thoughts, or uncertainty, this journey will allow you the ability to manifest the growth you desire."
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"We gain a greater understanding and perspective of our existence when addressing that which concerns us the most. Accepting responsibility for mental and emotional health is an empowering decision to make, one that will evolve and transform your life. If you are seeking therapy to resolve anxiety, abandonment, anger, boundary setting, depression, family and personal relationships, conflict, grief, indecision, negative feelings and thoughts, or uncertainty, this journey will allow you the ability to manifest the growth you desire."
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"I work with individuals, couples, and groups whose lives have been disrupted by anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, traumatic events, substance abuse, and sexual addiction. My goal is to accept clients unconditionally, where they are, as they are. I provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere in which my clients can explore, process and find freedom from the issues that hinder them from fulfilling their God-given roles. To best meet the needs of my clients, I use a variety of modalities including EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Somatic Experiencing, and Mindfulness strategies."
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"I work with individuals, couples, and groups whose lives have been disrupted by anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, traumatic events, substance abuse, and sexual addiction. My goal is to accept clients unconditionally, where they are, as they are. I provide a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere in which my clients can explore, process and find freedom from the issues that hinder them from fulfilling their God-given roles. To best meet the needs of my clients, I use a variety of modalities including EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT), Somatic Experiencing, and Mindfulness strategies."
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"I provide a supportive space where my clients can develop greater self-awareness and insight into patterns which may be interfering with their capacity to heal and achieve their goals. I take a collaborative approach with my clients, offering tools to help them foster their inner resources and capacities. I draw from my training in a variety of modalities including psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and mindfulness-based therapies. "
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"I provide a supportive space where my clients can develop greater self-awareness and insight into patterns which may be interfering with their capacity to heal and achieve their goals. I take a collaborative approach with my clients, offering tools to help them foster their inner resources and capacities. I draw from my training in a variety of modalities including psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and mindfulness-based therapies. "
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"Do you find yourself doing everything “right”, but not progressing the way you imagined? Do you struggle to perform in competitions the way you do in training? Do you often use negative self talk or beat yourself up? Often, we can get in our own way by how we respond to events in our world. I work with the Institute of Sport Performance and we have helped some of the best athletes in the world excel by harnessing their mental toughness. If you, a parent, or a coach are struggling with any of these challenges or the hundreds more that have the potential to derail performance, I look forward to talking with you. "
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"Do you find yourself doing everything “right”, but not progressing the way you imagined? Do you struggle to perform in competitions the way you do in training? Do you often use negative self talk or beat yourself up? Often, we can get in our own way by how we respond to events in our world. I work with the Institute of Sport Performance and we have helped some of the best athletes in the world excel by harnessing their mental toughness. If you, a parent, or a coach are struggling with any of these challenges or the hundreds more that have the potential to derail performance, I look forward to talking with you. "
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"I strongly believe the hardest opponent we will ever face as an athlete, parent or coach is ourselves. Do you beat yourself up with negative self-talk, criticize every move you make, hold onto losses or errors for extended periods of time? Maybe you are experiencing a mental block or the sport you love is starting to create more anxiety than enjoyment? Not only do athletes experience these symptoms but parents and coaches do as well. At the Institute of Sports Performance, we have worked with some of the best athletes and teams across the country including Olympians, NBA, MLB, NFL and Division I programs."
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"I strongly believe the hardest opponent we will ever face as an athlete, parent or coach is ourselves. Do you beat yourself up with negative self-talk, criticize every move you make, hold onto losses or errors for extended periods of time? Maybe you are experiencing a mental block or the sport you love is starting to create more anxiety than enjoyment? Not only do athletes experience these symptoms but parents and coaches do as well. At the Institute of Sports Performance, we have worked with some of the best athletes and teams across the country including Olympians, NBA, MLB, NFL and Division I programs."
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""A friend is one to whom one may pour out thr contents of one's heart, chaff and grain together, knowing that gentle hands will take and sift it, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away." George Eliot"
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""A friend is one to whom one may pour out thr contents of one's heart, chaff and grain together, knowing that gentle hands will take and sift it, keep what is worth keeping, and with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away." George Eliot"
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" Contrary to popular opinion that can characterize therapy as designed for unhealthy or dysfunctional people, my experience and belief is that therapy is for people seeking to improve their lives and their relationships. Whether it is a relationship with ourselves, with a spouse, partner, family or friends, many of us long for better connections and more empowerment in our lives. The good news is that we can learns skills to live more satisfying lives. Research on brain plasticity validates that we can change. Research also suggests we tend to do what we have already done, whether it works or not! Therapy can change this!"
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" Contrary to popular opinion that can characterize therapy as designed for unhealthy or dysfunctional people, my experience and belief is that therapy is for people seeking to improve their lives and their relationships. Whether it is a relationship with ourselves, with a spouse, partner, family or friends, many of us long for better connections and more empowerment in our lives. The good news is that we can learns skills to live more satisfying lives. Research on brain plasticity validates that we can change. Research also suggests we tend to do what we have already done, whether it works or not! Therapy can change this!"
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"Sometimes life circumstances are overwhelming. Difficult relationships, career challenges, health issues, major losses can all lead to depression and/or anxiety and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. Working with people around these issues has been my focus for 30 plus years."
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"Sometimes life circumstances are overwhelming. Difficult relationships, career challenges, health issues, major losses can all lead to depression and/or anxiety and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness. Working with people around these issues has been my focus for 30 plus years."
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"Just by coming to this website, you have taken a big step towards a new understanding of your dilemmas as well as your strengths. As we begin therapy, you will come to appreciate the courage that has carried you through many other challenges in your life into the current one. The therapist/client relationship is unique in its trust and support. Someone said that during therapy, the therapist holds the world so you can do your work there. You are freed from other responsibilities so all your attention for once can be on you."
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"Just by coming to this website, you have taken a big step towards a new understanding of your dilemmas as well as your strengths. As we begin therapy, you will come to appreciate the courage that has carried you through many other challenges in your life into the current one. The therapist/client relationship is unique in its trust and support. Someone said that during therapy, the therapist holds the world so you can do your work there. You are freed from other responsibilities so all your attention for once can be on you."
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"I am a dually licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas with over 13+ years of counseling experience. I work with individuals, families, and couples who are experiencing issues and want to work on them in a supportive environment. Clients have told me that I am very friendly, approachable, collaborative, and effective in helping to explore and move them toward their personal goals. I would like the opportunity to do the same for you. "
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"I am a dually licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas with over 13+ years of counseling experience. I work with individuals, families, and couples who are experiencing issues and want to work on them in a supportive environment. Clients have told me that I am very friendly, approachable, collaborative, and effective in helping to explore and move them toward their personal goals. I would like the opportunity to do the same for you. "
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""Set the captives free" has been the initial and driving force of my practice. Trained at Baylor Psychiatry Clinic, in Houston, I have been in practice over 20 years and loved every minute of it. Described as being "no nonsense", I like getting to the point, as compassionately as possible. I'm happy to have a brief phone consult to see if we can work together. "
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""Set the captives free" has been the initial and driving force of my practice. Trained at Baylor Psychiatry Clinic, in Houston, I have been in practice over 20 years and loved every minute of it. Described as being "no nonsense", I like getting to the point, as compassionately as possible. I'm happy to have a brief phone consult to see if we can work together. "
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"I am a bilingual English and Spanish speaking therapist that provides counseling and employment services. I offer individual, group, family, and couples therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Typical issues that are worked on in counseling include: depression, anxiety, anger management, domestic violence, grief and trauma, communication, identity, and immigrant issues. For those individuals seeking employment and career coaching, assistance is provided to them in helping them obtain a job or accomplish their professional goals. All services are provided in both English and Spanish."
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"I am a bilingual English and Spanish speaking therapist that provides counseling and employment services. I offer individual, group, family, and couples therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Typical issues that are worked on in counseling include: depression, anxiety, anger management, domestic violence, grief and trauma, communication, identity, and immigrant issues. For those individuals seeking employment and career coaching, assistance is provided to them in helping them obtain a job or accomplish their professional goals. All services are provided in both English and Spanish."
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"I view life as a screenplay. Each person is the main character in his or her own script with its unique plot line and an array of characters engaged in dynamic interaction. This script is the product of one's innate propensities, significant relationships, cultural background, and larger social context. It represents one's tendency in organizing new experiences, an implicit set of emotionally-based attributions about self and other that functions as a navigational device in one's life journey. People come to therapy, I believe, because they need help revising that script."
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"I view life as a screenplay. Each person is the main character in his or her own script with its unique plot line and an array of characters engaged in dynamic interaction. This script is the product of one's innate propensities, significant relationships, cultural background, and larger social context. It represents one's tendency in organizing new experiences, an implicit set of emotionally-based attributions about self and other that functions as a navigational device in one's life journey. People come to therapy, I believe, because they need help revising that script."
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"Is your relationship spinning in a rut? Does it sometimes feel like you’re talking to a wall and you can’t get a response no matter what you try? Does it sometimes feel like no matter what you do or say, it just seems to make things worse, so sometimes you do nothing at all and hope this just "goes away"? Does it feel like neither of you seem to "get it"? Does it feel you can't talk without fighting and afterward you have no idea what the fight was even about? You know you both love each other, but sometimes you think this shouldn't be this hard? Are you tired, frustrated, sometimes feel hopeless, and most of all, feel stuck?"
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"Is your relationship spinning in a rut? Does it sometimes feel like you’re talking to a wall and you can’t get a response no matter what you try? Does it sometimes feel like no matter what you do or say, it just seems to make things worse, so sometimes you do nothing at all and hope this just "goes away"? Does it feel like neither of you seem to "get it"? Does it feel you can't talk without fighting and afterward you have no idea what the fight was even about? You know you both love each other, but sometimes you think this shouldn't be this hard? Are you tired, frustrated, sometimes feel hopeless, and most of all, feel stuck?"

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