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"I believe in taking a collaborative approach to helping clients reach their goals. It is my belief that clients are the experts in their own lives and by blending our areas of expertise together, we can help the client reach their desired goals. I specialize in helping women survivors thrive in trauma recovery. In addition to being trained in gold standard treatments for PTSD, I also specialize in helping clients work through issues related to depression, anxiety, and other stress responses. "
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"I believe in taking a collaborative approach to helping clients reach their goals. It is my belief that clients are the experts in their own lives and by blending our areas of expertise together, we can help the client reach their desired goals. I specialize in helping women survivors thrive in trauma recovery. In addition to being trained in gold standard treatments for PTSD, I also specialize in helping clients work through issues related to depression, anxiety, and other stress responses. "
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"I am a provider of evidence-based in-home speech, language, feeding, literacy, and fluency diagnosis and treatment to children in Austin TX and surrounding areas. My ideal clients are children 12months and older (up to about age 19 years) and their families. It is my hope to provide care that focuses on the whole child, and incorporate their families into the treatment process. "
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"I am a provider of evidence-based in-home speech, language, feeding, literacy, and fluency diagnosis and treatment to children in Austin TX and surrounding areas. My ideal clients are children 12months and older (up to about age 19 years) and their families. It is my hope to provide care that focuses on the whole child, and incorporate their families into the treatment process. "
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"*No Current Openings* Do you feel different or uncertain about where you fit in the world? Does it feel like no one understands you? Maybe you came out to someone and they didn't get it, or worse, they rejected you. My aim is to understand what's troubling you so we can work together toward whatever vision you have for therapy. I provide a safe, calm space where change is possible and I love challenging assumptions and going beyond stereotypes. If you're feeling stuck, but ready to create a life you've only dreamed of, let's work together."
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"*No Current Openings* Do you feel different or uncertain about where you fit in the world? Does it feel like no one understands you? Maybe you came out to someone and they didn't get it, or worse, they rejected you. My aim is to understand what's troubling you so we can work together toward whatever vision you have for therapy. I provide a safe, calm space where change is possible and I love challenging assumptions and going beyond stereotypes. If you're feeling stuck, but ready to create a life you've only dreamed of, let's work together."
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"Life is full of challenges and at times we lose hope and feel like there's no way to overcome the barrage of obstacles and hardships that life throws at us. Even though we might know that the answer is to keep moving forward no matter what's in front of us it's a lot easier said than done. We all need help sometimes to overcome life's difficulties and it's okay to ask for help. We're all human, we all experience pain, and we're in this thing called life together and sometimes we can't do it alone."
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"Life is full of challenges and at times we lose hope and feel like there's no way to overcome the barrage of obstacles and hardships that life throws at us. Even though we might know that the answer is to keep moving forward no matter what's in front of us it's a lot easier said than done. We all need help sometimes to overcome life's difficulties and it's okay to ask for help. We're all human, we all experience pain, and we're in this thing called life together and sometimes we can't do it alone."
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"As a psychotherapist, my role is to help facilitate and support you, the client, in discovering, processing, and most importantly, deciding if changing some strategies you may have needed to implement in negotiating your life is a next step in your treatment. It can take time to identify influencing factors at play in the problems experienced in life. Through the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, we will identify issues, if not already clear to you, and take action in the therapeutic relationship itself to develop the relational, emotional, and or behavioral skills you determine need to be the focus of your treatment."
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"As a psychotherapist, my role is to help facilitate and support you, the client, in discovering, processing, and most importantly, deciding if changing some strategies you may have needed to implement in negotiating your life is a next step in your treatment. It can take time to identify influencing factors at play in the problems experienced in life. Through the development of a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship, we will identify issues, if not already clear to you, and take action in the therapeutic relationship itself to develop the relational, emotional, and or behavioral skills you determine need to be the focus of your treatment."
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""The task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it." ~ Rumi"
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""The task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it." ~ Rumi"
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"It is my experience that life often challenges us in ways we are not prepared for. I also believe we are not meant to solve such problems alone. Yet, even if we ask for it, we can find that not all help is very helpful. It is easy to become frustrated and despair at "help" which does not, especially if we feel that we are simply 'doing it wrong'. I deeply respect anyone willing to keep trying despite past failures and therefore my practice is to offer something different. I specialize in helping those who believe themselves beyond help and those who need more than an overly simple answer to a complicated situation."
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"It is my experience that life often challenges us in ways we are not prepared for. I also believe we are not meant to solve such problems alone. Yet, even if we ask for it, we can find that not all help is very helpful. It is easy to become frustrated and despair at "help" which does not, especially if we feel that we are simply 'doing it wrong'. I deeply respect anyone willing to keep trying despite past failures and therefore my practice is to offer something different. I specialize in helping those who believe themselves beyond help and those who need more than an overly simple answer to a complicated situation."
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"Do you want to reclaim, or perhaps discover, who you are and what brings you pleasure in life? Whether you are seeking help with depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, a lack of direction, or other difficulties, I provide support and challenge when needed to assist you in creating a more enjoyable and meaningful life. An important part of our work together involves exploring what obstacles, both internal and external, are preventing you from moving forward. I use targeted questions to help you identify patterns, make connections, uncover unproductive ways of thinking, and highlight your areas of strength."
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"Do you want to reclaim, or perhaps discover, who you are and what brings you pleasure in life? Whether you are seeking help with depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, a lack of direction, or other difficulties, I provide support and challenge when needed to assist you in creating a more enjoyable and meaningful life. An important part of our work together involves exploring what obstacles, both internal and external, are preventing you from moving forward. I use targeted questions to help you identify patterns, make connections, uncover unproductive ways of thinking, and highlight your areas of strength."
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"The process of change, healing, and recovery is a complicated journey which is often best attempted with the support and guidance of a trusted individual. I work with individuals, couples, and families who find themselves in need of change, perhaps individual growth, relationship enhancement or family conflict resolution. These issues are involved enough to be in need of professional assistance."
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"The process of change, healing, and recovery is a complicated journey which is often best attempted with the support and guidance of a trusted individual. I work with individuals, couples, and families who find themselves in need of change, perhaps individual growth, relationship enhancement or family conflict resolution. These issues are involved enough to be in need of professional assistance."
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"I strive to earn trust and form genuine relationships with folks who have experienced challenging transitions, trauma, and loss. I've been serving kiddos, adolescents, adults, and families in crisis since I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010."
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"I strive to earn trust and form genuine relationships with folks who have experienced challenging transitions, trauma, and loss. I've been serving kiddos, adolescents, adults, and families in crisis since I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010."
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"I look forward to helping you understand and confront anxiety, revel in the freedom to choose, and find insight and enthusiasm. Let's explore the possibility for relationships that are richer, more tolerant, more honest, more loving, and have deeper communication. We will work to resolve ambivalence by exploring the discrepancy between your deeply-held values, day-to-day behavior, and how you want your life to be. Services include comprehensive psychological assessments and interventions for depression, anxiety, grief, adjustment/life transitions, and challenges related to gender, sexual identity, and racial and systemic oppression."
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"I look forward to helping you understand and confront anxiety, revel in the freedom to choose, and find insight and enthusiasm. Let's explore the possibility for relationships that are richer, more tolerant, more honest, more loving, and have deeper communication. We will work to resolve ambivalence by exploring the discrepancy between your deeply-held values, day-to-day behavior, and how you want your life to be. Services include comprehensive psychological assessments and interventions for depression, anxiety, grief, adjustment/life transitions, and challenges related to gender, sexual identity, and racial and systemic oppression."
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"Sometimes life does not go the way that you plan it and that can cause a series of emotions. Therapy can help you process those emotions and be a guide as you work to obtain your life goals. From day-to-day transitional issues that cause depression, self-esteem, and anxiety issues to larger transitional issues like grieving the death of a loved one or deciding on a major life change, I will be a guide as you make the changes you want in your life. My ideal clients have acknowledged that they have an issue and have the desire to be the change they want to see and heal. "
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"Sometimes life does not go the way that you plan it and that can cause a series of emotions. Therapy can help you process those emotions and be a guide as you work to obtain your life goals. From day-to-day transitional issues that cause depression, self-esteem, and anxiety issues to larger transitional issues like grieving the death of a loved one or deciding on a major life change, I will be a guide as you make the changes you want in your life. My ideal clients have acknowledged that they have an issue and have the desire to be the change they want to see and heal. "
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"I AM ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS BEGINNING IN JUNE. Are you experiencing anxiety, depression, the effects of trauma, or relationship challenges? If so, I can help you identify and utilize your cognitive and emotional strengths and resources to develop new insights, solve problems, learn skills, increase joy, and live more authentically. I believe we manage the best we can with the resources available to us and that we seek therapy when we desire more for ourselves, believe it is possible to attain, and want guidance to access what is already within us to go even further and deeper."
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"I AM ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS BEGINNING IN JUNE. Are you experiencing anxiety, depression, the effects of trauma, or relationship challenges? If so, I can help you identify and utilize your cognitive and emotional strengths and resources to develop new insights, solve problems, learn skills, increase joy, and live more authentically. I believe we manage the best we can with the resources available to us and that we seek therapy when we desire more for ourselves, believe it is possible to attain, and want guidance to access what is already within us to go even further and deeper."
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"One of the deepest forms of suffering we create for ourselves is believing, “Something is wrong with me.” Chronic self-judgment, depression, anxiety, and shame can make it challenging to live with balance and purpose. Suffering is often worsened by isolation and disconnection from our emotional pain. Feelings of inadequacy make it difficult to be at home in our own body, heart, and mind, and keep us from living and loving life fully. Often, the first step toward healing is a trusting, respectful, non-judgmental, and caring therapy relationship."
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"One of the deepest forms of suffering we create for ourselves is believing, “Something is wrong with me.” Chronic self-judgment, depression, anxiety, and shame can make it challenging to live with balance and purpose. Suffering is often worsened by isolation and disconnection from our emotional pain. Feelings of inadequacy make it difficult to be at home in our own body, heart, and mind, and keep us from living and loving life fully. Often, the first step toward healing is a trusting, respectful, non-judgmental, and caring therapy relationship."
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"Life can be hard and full of challenges. I believe every person deserves the revelatory experience of therapy to make the journey a little easier. My passion is helping clients strengthen and nurture their most important relationship - the one with themselves. I want you to know and like yourself so that you may foster deeper and more meaningful relationships with those who are important to you and, ultimately, lead a more fulfilling life. During our time together, you will feel understood, cared for and respectfully challenged. My native Austin roots come through in my style: chill, authentic and occasionally funny (hopefully)."
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"Life can be hard and full of challenges. I believe every person deserves the revelatory experience of therapy to make the journey a little easier. My passion is helping clients strengthen and nurture their most important relationship - the one with themselves. I want you to know and like yourself so that you may foster deeper and more meaningful relationships with those who are important to you and, ultimately, lead a more fulfilling life. During our time together, you will feel understood, cared for and respectfully challenged. My native Austin roots come through in my style: chill, authentic and occasionally funny (hopefully)."
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"I approach therapy by adopting a stance of confronting situations non-judgmentally and with compassion, acknowledging that the work is about the life of whoever it is with whom I am working. My practice is built around partnership with my clients, working hard to establish the therapeutic alliance, taking cues of direction, pace and depth from the people with whom I work, and allowing for immediacy to inform what is and is not working. Someone who may choose to work with me is someone who feels motivated to change, to find that their own power may be covered up, and then working collaboratively to restore and empower that sense!"
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"I approach therapy by adopting a stance of confronting situations non-judgmentally and with compassion, acknowledging that the work is about the life of whoever it is with whom I am working. My practice is built around partnership with my clients, working hard to establish the therapeutic alliance, taking cues of direction, pace and depth from the people with whom I work, and allowing for immediacy to inform what is and is not working. Someone who may choose to work with me is someone who feels motivated to change, to find that their own power may be covered up, and then working collaboratively to restore and empower that sense!"
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"I believe that people come into counseling with their own solutions. My job is to create a unique therapy for each individual to help them uncover and build upon strengths they already possess. I seek to make the therapy room a safe & non-judgmental place for all emotional experiences, and a place to make peace with parts of ourselves that we fear & dislike. As clients build compassion for themselves, they find their compassion for others growing, and the strength to examine & change their lives for greater happiness & fulfillment."
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"I believe that people come into counseling with their own solutions. My job is to create a unique therapy for each individual to help them uncover and build upon strengths they already possess. I seek to make the therapy room a safe & non-judgmental place for all emotional experiences, and a place to make peace with parts of ourselves that we fear & dislike. As clients build compassion for themselves, they find their compassion for others growing, and the strength to examine & change their lives for greater happiness & fulfillment."
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"For ONLINE THERAPY, I have spots open as early as a few days from now. So, you've heard that the college years are an adventure, the best years of your life. But, you're overwhelmed with new freedom, responsibilities, friends, roommates. You want to go home, except that's not really the answer. You're an adult; that feels weird at times. You want the freedom & satisfaction of making choices but it feels like free-falling, other times like you feel you're robotically do what is asked of you. Something's off, is it anxiety, exhaustion, depression? Whatever it is, you feel stressed and you admit you've had some very low moments lately."
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"For ONLINE THERAPY, I have spots open as early as a few days from now. So, you've heard that the college years are an adventure, the best years of your life. But, you're overwhelmed with new freedom, responsibilities, friends, roommates. You want to go home, except that's not really the answer. You're an adult; that feels weird at times. You want the freedom & satisfaction of making choices but it feels like free-falling, other times like you feel you're robotically do what is asked of you. Something's off, is it anxiety, exhaustion, depression? Whatever it is, you feel stressed and you admit you've had some very low moments lately."
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"Have you felt lost or stuck in your personal or professional life? Being your best can be hard, especially if you feel different, life isn't working out the way you planned, or the past won't leave you alone. But you don't have to do this by yourself. In therapy together, we start a process that explores your unique experience. I represent myself honestly to you and work to understand you honestly in a safe therapeutic relationship. Everyone's process is different, special to you and your unique self. And through our work together you have the opportunity to discover more of who you are and how you live in the world around you."
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"Have you felt lost or stuck in your personal or professional life? Being your best can be hard, especially if you feel different, life isn't working out the way you planned, or the past won't leave you alone. But you don't have to do this by yourself. In therapy together, we start a process that explores your unique experience. I represent myself honestly to you and work to understand you honestly in a safe therapeutic relationship. Everyone's process is different, special to you and your unique self. And through our work together you have the opportunity to discover more of who you are and how you live in the world around you."
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"We walk this earth together, and I consider it a great gift each time I have the privilege of walking beside a fellow human being as they courageously make the decision to do what they know each person needs to do throughout life- reach out to another human being to assist in gaining clarity along the way. I have found many people are unaware not only of the formidable strength they possess, but that through self-awareness and healing, their life may become one of skilled resilience. I offer you my deep presence, empathy, skills, and unconditional positive regard as we walk this path together."
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"We walk this earth together, and I consider it a great gift each time I have the privilege of walking beside a fellow human being as they courageously make the decision to do what they know each person needs to do throughout life- reach out to another human being to assist in gaining clarity along the way. I have found many people are unaware not only of the formidable strength they possess, but that through self-awareness and healing, their life may become one of skilled resilience. I offer you my deep presence, empathy, skills, and unconditional positive regard as we walk this path together."

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