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"Wishing like parenting came with directions. Realizing you are not the parent, and or partner you thought. Negative behaviors bringing you down. Wondering if your child's ok? Challenges with siblings, bedtimes, strong emotions, school, fill in the blank... Parenting can be the most stressful time, when it is touted as the most joyful. It is a fast track to getting your PhD in personal growth & development. I have been there. And, I can help. We can talk about those dirty, little secrets. Together, concretely creating a plan with long, lasting results. Bringing ease and strength, breaking unhealthy patterns."
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"Wishing like parenting came with directions. Realizing you are not the parent, and or partner you thought. Negative behaviors bringing you down. Wondering if your child's ok? Challenges with siblings, bedtimes, strong emotions, school, fill in the blank... Parenting can be the most stressful time, when it is touted as the most joyful. It is a fast track to getting your PhD in personal growth & development. I have been there. And, I can help. We can talk about those dirty, little secrets. Together, concretely creating a plan with long, lasting results. Bringing ease and strength, breaking unhealthy patterns."
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"Life can be wonderful and exciting, challenging or scary. As a therapist, it is my goal to help you work through all of life's ups and downs, with strategies designed to most effectively help you achieve greater well-being. I believe that therapy is a relationship for growth and a partnership between the client and therapist, where together we work towards achieving your goals. I will work to help you expertly navigate your challenges such as processing difficult emotions, reducing distressing symptoms, developing a deeper understanding and appreciation of yourself, enhancing your self-esteem, and building satisfying relationships."
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"Life can be wonderful and exciting, challenging or scary. As a therapist, it is my goal to help you work through all of life's ups and downs, with strategies designed to most effectively help you achieve greater well-being. I believe that therapy is a relationship for growth and a partnership between the client and therapist, where together we work towards achieving your goals. I will work to help you expertly navigate your challenges such as processing difficult emotions, reducing distressing symptoms, developing a deeper understanding and appreciation of yourself, enhancing your self-esteem, and building satisfying relationships."
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"Maybe this is the year you're ready to address lingering issues hindering your personal growth and fulfillment. Seeking help is half the battle and I can guide you through the rest of the journey. I work with clients to provide a safe space to address a variety of issues ranging from trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, shame, self-esteem and relationship difficulties. Together we can develop a new narrative about yourself and your potential while addressing past traumas and developing coping strategies to manage current and future challenges."
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"Maybe this is the year you're ready to address lingering issues hindering your personal growth and fulfillment. Seeking help is half the battle and I can guide you through the rest of the journey. I work with clients to provide a safe space to address a variety of issues ranging from trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, shame, self-esteem and relationship difficulties. Together we can develop a new narrative about yourself and your potential while addressing past traumas and developing coping strategies to manage current and future challenges."
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"Life can be painful and difficult. Intimate relationships can be particularly challenging if you don't have the communication skills needed to express your feelings and resolve conflicts effectively. This can lead to anger, resentment, fear and loneliness. Over time, intimacy and sexual connection will often suffer due to these feelings. Therapy can help you sort through and understand the challenges you're facing, and identify solutions that work for you. With the proper support, things can get better. "
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"Life can be painful and difficult. Intimate relationships can be particularly challenging if you don't have the communication skills needed to express your feelings and resolve conflicts effectively. This can lead to anger, resentment, fear and loneliness. Over time, intimacy and sexual connection will often suffer due to these feelings. Therapy can help you sort through and understand the challenges you're facing, and identify solutions that work for you. With the proper support, things can get better. "
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"I believe that therapy is a collaborative, creative process that can help people live more freely and find more fulfilling ways to love, work, and play. My practice style is warm, conversational, and direct. I provide a safe and supportive space for people to explore, experiment, and surprise themselves as they release old patterns and grow into new parts of who they are. I have experience working with people struggling with a range of issues including personal & professional transitions, anxiety, depression, self-doubt & internal conflict, challenging relationships, creative & artistic difficulties, living with chronic illness, and recovering from trauma & loss."
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"I believe that therapy is a collaborative, creative process that can help people live more freely and find more fulfilling ways to love, work, and play. My practice style is warm, conversational, and direct. I provide a safe and supportive space for people to explore, experiment, and surprise themselves as they release old patterns and grow into new parts of who they are. I have experience working with people struggling with a range of issues including personal & professional transitions, anxiety, depression, self-doubt & internal conflict, challenging relationships, creative & artistic difficulties, living with chronic illness, and recovering from trauma & loss."
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"(CURRENT AVAILABILITY SUNDAYS ONLY) Sometimes it feels as though the wounds we experienced in our early lives have control over our well-being and emotions in the present. These wounded places, which often manifest as unconscious beliefs and patterns, arise most in our relationships and create difficulty in connecting. Relationships are one of the most vital and potentially rewarding ways in which we can feel both secure and alive, which is why I’m interested in helping to guide you through the work of building healthy relationships and giving you the tools to learn how to be your true and most authentic self. "
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"(CURRENT AVAILABILITY SUNDAYS ONLY) Sometimes it feels as though the wounds we experienced in our early lives have control over our well-being and emotions in the present. These wounded places, which often manifest as unconscious beliefs and patterns, arise most in our relationships and create difficulty in connecting. Relationships are one of the most vital and potentially rewarding ways in which we can feel both secure and alive, which is why I’m interested in helping to guide you through the work of building healthy relationships and giving you the tools to learn how to be your true and most authentic self. "
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"DO YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP AGAIN? Call or email me. I know how to get you there. Let's cut to the chase in couples counseling. PHONE*FACETIME*VIDEO. There is no need to drive to an office for me to help you."
(323) 570-5490
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"DO YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP AGAIN? Call or email me. I know how to get you there. Let's cut to the chase in couples counseling. PHONE*FACETIME*VIDEO. There is no need to drive to an office for me to help you."
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"Are you tired of "reacting" and not feeling good about yourself? Is your past controlling you in the present in ways that aren't serving you? When we are "hijacked" by our past experiences we lose the ability to "choose" how we want to respond. This affects how we feel physically and emotionally; which can make us feel depressed, anxious, shameful. This in turn impacts the quality of our interpersonal relationships. It doesn't have to be that way. I see therapy as a relational and collaborative process that supports wellbeing on mental, physical and spiritual levels."
(505) 395-5728
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"Are you tired of "reacting" and not feeling good about yourself? Is your past controlling you in the present in ways that aren't serving you? When we are "hijacked" by our past experiences we lose the ability to "choose" how we want to respond. This affects how we feel physically and emotionally; which can make us feel depressed, anxious, shameful. This in turn impacts the quality of our interpersonal relationships. It doesn't have to be that way. I see therapy as a relational and collaborative process that supports wellbeing on mental, physical and spiritual levels."
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"People come to therapy for a variety of reasons-- to manage stressful life transitions, to reduce psychological distress, or to increase creative potential and life satisfaction. My approach is warm, empathic and collaborative. Together we will help you to develop a better understanding of yourself in order to promote self awareness, personal growth and the capacity for authentic living."
(646) 941-8190
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"People come to therapy for a variety of reasons-- to manage stressful life transitions, to reduce psychological distress, or to increase creative potential and life satisfaction. My approach is warm, empathic and collaborative. Together we will help you to develop a better understanding of yourself in order to promote self awareness, personal growth and the capacity for authentic living."
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"I have over 15 years of experience helping individuals and couples identify and work through patterns in their lives that are no longer working for them. In my practice, I address a wide range of needs and work with clients of all ages with diverse issues. My specialties include working with relationship issues, divorce, parenting difficulties, anxiety, depression, difficulty determining career/academic goals, and painful life transitions."
(310) 879-5218
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"I have over 15 years of experience helping individuals and couples identify and work through patterns in their lives that are no longer working for them. In my practice, I address a wide range of needs and work with clients of all ages with diverse issues. My specialties include working with relationship issues, divorce, parenting difficulties, anxiety, depression, difficulty determining career/academic goals, and painful life transitions."
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"A client once told me, "If you have someone to whom you are willing to confess the foolish things you do, then count yourself among the blessed." Life can be hard, let's talk it out together. I understand that choosing a therapist is a difficult decision. Being a good match to your specific needs is important to me. My goal is to make the process as comfortable, safe, and simple as possible. Therapy is a collaborative process and I want to be on your team."
(323) 745-2239
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"A client once told me, "If you have someone to whom you are willing to confess the foolish things you do, then count yourself among the blessed." Life can be hard, let's talk it out together. I understand that choosing a therapist is a difficult decision. Being a good match to your specific needs is important to me. My goal is to make the process as comfortable, safe, and simple as possible. Therapy is a collaborative process and I want to be on your team."
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"If you just keep racing on that career treadmill, surely you will get where you are meant to be, right? But does it sometimes feel like the dream is beyond your grasp? Maybe anxiety, depression, or something else that you don’t know what to call is tugging at you. Or changes have come along that disrupt your sense of wellbeing. Perhaps it feels overwhelming or unachievable to balance the competing interests of work, relationships, family, and your future goals. Or the goals you once had don’t quite fit anymore. And where does that leave you? "
(747) 529-7076
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"If you just keep racing on that career treadmill, surely you will get where you are meant to be, right? But does it sometimes feel like the dream is beyond your grasp? Maybe anxiety, depression, or something else that you don’t know what to call is tugging at you. Or changes have come along that disrupt your sense of wellbeing. Perhaps it feels overwhelming or unachievable to balance the competing interests of work, relationships, family, and your future goals. Or the goals you once had don’t quite fit anymore. And where does that leave you? "
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"Each client has a unique set of goals, needs and resources and I hope to work alongside you as you get closer to the life you want. I utilize scientifically-based therapeutic tools in a manner that is caring and accessible. I have experience working with a wide range of anxiety, mood, and depressive disorders, including bipolar disorder, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I also specialize in many issues specific to women, including fertility struggles, postpartum adjustment and depression. I am also here to help if you are facing a difficult life transition or are simply seeking a more meaningful way of living."
(310) 935-3651
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"Each client has a unique set of goals, needs and resources and I hope to work alongside you as you get closer to the life you want. I utilize scientifically-based therapeutic tools in a manner that is caring and accessible. I have experience working with a wide range of anxiety, mood, and depressive disorders, including bipolar disorder, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. I also specialize in many issues specific to women, including fertility struggles, postpartum adjustment and depression. I am also here to help if you are facing a difficult life transition or are simply seeking a more meaningful way of living."
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"Is trauma from your past making life difficult in the present? EMDR therapy can help! My focus is on helping heal those who have been impacted by childhood trauma. Your past does not have to define you. Anxiety, shame, and guilt do not have to run your life. I utilize EMDR therapy, traditional talk therapy, and a body-centered, somatic approach. EMDR is a highly effective treatment for relieving trauma-related symptoms including flashbacks, nightmares, avoidance, and intrusive thoughts. "
(323) 629-4893
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"Is trauma from your past making life difficult in the present? EMDR therapy can help! My focus is on helping heal those who have been impacted by childhood trauma. Your past does not have to define you. Anxiety, shame, and guilt do not have to run your life. I utilize EMDR therapy, traditional talk therapy, and a body-centered, somatic approach. EMDR is a highly effective treatment for relieving trauma-related symptoms including flashbacks, nightmares, avoidance, and intrusive thoughts. "
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"Working together, we greet Pain and Suffering and ask "How will you serve my development?" Psychotherapy isn't about finding perfection, but pursuing wholeness and respecting our Self. It's simple. It's complicated. It can be very difficult, and and there are laughter and surprises to be enjoyed. Go for it: tend to your emotional to-do list, relationship overhaul/finesse, deep discovery, gather energy to take your journey to the next level. Mid-life? Starting out on your own? Starting/ending a relationship? Creative and stuck? Uncertain times like these require support, wisdom and creativity."
(323) 387-3938
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"Working together, we greet Pain and Suffering and ask "How will you serve my development?" Psychotherapy isn't about finding perfection, but pursuing wholeness and respecting our Self. It's simple. It's complicated. It can be very difficult, and and there are laughter and surprises to be enjoyed. Go for it: tend to your emotional to-do list, relationship overhaul/finesse, deep discovery, gather energy to take your journey to the next level. Mid-life? Starting out on your own? Starting/ending a relationship? Creative and stuck? Uncertain times like these require support, wisdom and creativity."
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"Currently offering FaceTime/Skype sessions, my goal is to help you make real change, whether you're getting through a difficult current situation or wanting to break old patterns that keep you from living a more fulfilling life. Common issues that bring people to therapy include intense worrying or sadness, relationship problems, feeling stuck in a rut, and work-related stress. Being able to talk about these subjects in a warm welcoming space can really help."
(323) 649-8288
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"Currently offering FaceTime/Skype sessions, my goal is to help you make real change, whether you're getting through a difficult current situation or wanting to break old patterns that keep you from living a more fulfilling life. Common issues that bring people to therapy include intense worrying or sadness, relationship problems, feeling stuck in a rut, and work-related stress. Being able to talk about these subjects in a warm welcoming space can really help."
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"My style of practice draws upon your personal strengths and experiences to help work through the challenges you are currently experiencing. The primary aim of our work together is to help achieve your personal goals by identifying existing resources, increasing awareness, and improving resiliency. To do this, I borrow from various approaches including psychodynamic theory, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and existential models, all to aid in the development of a plan that is tailored to meet your needs. I understand that life can bring about challenging events and unique circumstances, and no one person fits neatly into any particular theory."
(323) 897-1469
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"My style of practice draws upon your personal strengths and experiences to help work through the challenges you are currently experiencing. The primary aim of our work together is to help achieve your personal goals by identifying existing resources, increasing awareness, and improving resiliency. To do this, I borrow from various approaches including psychodynamic theory, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and existential models, all to aid in the development of a plan that is tailored to meet your needs. I understand that life can bring about challenging events and unique circumstances, and no one person fits neatly into any particular theory."
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"If you feel stuck, are unhappy but not sure why, are not as proactive as you want to be, my therapy addresses these issues in a timely and active way. Sessions are committed to enhancing your ability to identify what may be in the way of achieving your life goals and dreams and identifying steps to take. I work best with clients who are serious about the work, do homework assignments and set short-term and long-term goals. Many of my clients make lasting profound changes in their lives in a short period of time. My focus is treatment that restores lost purpose, commitment and direction."
(310) 598-2688
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"If you feel stuck, are unhappy but not sure why, are not as proactive as you want to be, my therapy addresses these issues in a timely and active way. Sessions are committed to enhancing your ability to identify what may be in the way of achieving your life goals and dreams and identifying steps to take. I work best with clients who are serious about the work, do homework assignments and set short-term and long-term goals. Many of my clients make lasting profound changes in their lives in a short period of time. My focus is treatment that restores lost purpose, commitment and direction."
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"Currently offering FaceTime/Skype sessions, my goal is to help you make real change, whether you're getting through a difficult current situation or wanting to break old patterns that keep you from living a more fulfilling life. Common issues that bring people to therapy include intense worrying or sadness, relationship problems, feeling stuck in a rut, and work-related stress. Being able to talk about these subjects in a warm welcoming space can really help."
(323) 378-3689
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"Currently offering FaceTime/Skype sessions, my goal is to help you make real change, whether you're getting through a difficult current situation or wanting to break old patterns that keep you from living a more fulfilling life. Common issues that bring people to therapy include intense worrying or sadness, relationship problems, feeling stuck in a rut, and work-related stress. Being able to talk about these subjects in a warm welcoming space can really help."
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"I believe the therapeutic relationship is sacred and conducive to the healing process. I cultivate a warm, nurturing presence so that my clients can feel firmly held and supported. My areas of focus include: managing anxiety, depression, stress-related conditions, life transitions, trans-generational trauma, cultural mistreatment, career/academic issues, parenting, co-parenting, authentic self expression, conscious relationship, transformation of life, relational trauma, body image issues. My work focuses on fostering in clients a mindful presence, attuned connection, conscious communication, and the sacred path of deep intimacy. "
(626) 593-4262
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"I believe the therapeutic relationship is sacred and conducive to the healing process. I cultivate a warm, nurturing presence so that my clients can feel firmly held and supported. My areas of focus include: managing anxiety, depression, stress-related conditions, life transitions, trans-generational trauma, cultural mistreatment, career/academic issues, parenting, co-parenting, authentic self expression, conscious relationship, transformation of life, relational trauma, body image issues. My work focuses on fostering in clients a mindful presence, attuned connection, conscious communication, and the sacred path of deep intimacy. "

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