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"You're not crazy. You're not a burden. You're not weak. You're just human. And as such, we're constantly changing and evolving. Life is full of endless transitions, whether that be a departure from a relationship, coping with the death of a loved one, changing career paths, or just learning how to better communicate with those around us. No matter what you might want to work on, therapy gives you the space to not only focus on yourself, but to feel supported in whatever stage of life you find yourself navigating."
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"You're not crazy. You're not a burden. You're not weak. You're just human. And as such, we're constantly changing and evolving. Life is full of endless transitions, whether that be a departure from a relationship, coping with the death of a loved one, changing career paths, or just learning how to better communicate with those around us. No matter what you might want to work on, therapy gives you the space to not only focus on yourself, but to feel supported in whatever stage of life you find yourself navigating."
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"Often in the pursuit of happiness, we are so focused on a destination that there is little joy in our journey.  We work so hard to attain career, relationship, degree or professional aspirations that the outcome is not worth the personal sacrifice. The loss of excitement in our dreams can be diminishing and frustrating, taking the magic and excitement out of life. Therapy can help demystify how you’ve arrived at this particular place in life, how you’ve lost your passion or questioned your values. Therapy can support you in regaining the magic of your life and bringing your dreams into the present."
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"Often in the pursuit of happiness, we are so focused on a destination that there is little joy in our journey.  We work so hard to attain career, relationship, degree or professional aspirations that the outcome is not worth the personal sacrifice. The loss of excitement in our dreams can be diminishing and frustrating, taking the magic and excitement out of life. Therapy can help demystify how you’ve arrived at this particular place in life, how you’ve lost your passion or questioned your values. Therapy can support you in regaining the magic of your life and bringing your dreams into the present."
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"People come to my office with a variety of concerns related to relationships, identity, spirituality, career, self-development, or life purpose. Others may be seeking relief from anxiety or depression. In what seems like a rapidly changing and tumultuous world, people often feel comforted by the presence of a therapist who can provide a safe space within which to resolve conflicts, relieve symptoms, and get clearer about who they really are. I listen to you with an intuitive and empathic ear and a compassionate heart. I serve as a guide and witness to your journey of self-discovery and fulfillment."
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"People come to my office with a variety of concerns related to relationships, identity, spirituality, career, self-development, or life purpose. Others may be seeking relief from anxiety or depression. In what seems like a rapidly changing and tumultuous world, people often feel comforted by the presence of a therapist who can provide a safe space within which to resolve conflicts, relieve symptoms, and get clearer about who they really are. I listen to you with an intuitive and empathic ear and a compassionate heart. I serve as a guide and witness to your journey of self-discovery and fulfillment."
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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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"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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"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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"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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"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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"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."
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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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"When I work with clients, we spend time understanding in a deep and connected way how you are experiencing your life. With support and non-judgmental curiosity, we will look below the surface. We may examine family of origin dynamics, core beliefs you hold about yourself and where you may have learned them, values you have and how your choices do or do not support them, and when and how you limit yourself or get in your own way."
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"When I work with clients, we spend time understanding in a deep and connected way how you are experiencing your life. With support and non-judgmental curiosity, we will look below the surface. We may examine family of origin dynamics, core beliefs you hold about yourself and where you may have learned them, values you have and how your choices do or do not support them, and when and how you limit yourself or get in your own way."
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"I am an empathic, insightful and down-to-earth therapist experienced in assisting and supporting individuals and couples experiencing problems associated with Mood, Anxiety, Relationships, Life Changes and Substance Abuse. I offer a holistic approach to psychotherapy; assisting my clients' in reducing symptoms related to their problems, prevention of more serious problems, and resolution of conflicts. I elicit my clients' strengths and foster an environment of growth and awareness."
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"I am an empathic, insightful and down-to-earth therapist experienced in assisting and supporting individuals and couples experiencing problems associated with Mood, Anxiety, Relationships, Life Changes and Substance Abuse. I offer a holistic approach to psychotherapy; assisting my clients' in reducing symptoms related to their problems, prevention of more serious problems, and resolution of conflicts. I elicit my clients' strengths and foster an environment of growth and awareness."
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"How does your need for certainty play out? Does it force you to try to predict? Does it persuade you to declare things that you don't actually know? Perhaps the need for certainty is powerful enough to rob you of genuine moments with loved ones or with yourself. Research finds that people who take risks (those who step into the unknown) are happier than those who merely reach for reward or gratification. Why? Because healthy risk-taking has rewards sewn into the experience when we authentically try. It builds skills in self-advocacy, self-love and self-worth."
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"How does your need for certainty play out? Does it force you to try to predict? Does it persuade you to declare things that you don't actually know? Perhaps the need for certainty is powerful enough to rob you of genuine moments with loved ones or with yourself. Research finds that people who take risks (those who step into the unknown) are happier than those who merely reach for reward or gratification. Why? Because healthy risk-taking has rewards sewn into the experience when we authentically try. It builds skills in self-advocacy, self-love and self-worth."
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"Brene Brown said, “I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard and valued." I believe that we have all had challenges that can feel never-ending, although in fact they are only temporary. As a therapist, my hope is that nobody will have to walk through these struggles alone. My passion and expertise is to guide you through these moments and work together to find healthy, tangible solutions that will lead you back to enjoying your life. I truly feel that therapy should be collaborative, so I will take the time to get to know you and what works for you. "
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"Brene Brown said, “I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard and valued." I believe that we have all had challenges that can feel never-ending, although in fact they are only temporary. As a therapist, my hope is that nobody will have to walk through these struggles alone. My passion and expertise is to guide you through these moments and work together to find healthy, tangible solutions that will lead you back to enjoying your life. I truly feel that therapy should be collaborative, so I will take the time to get to know you and what works for you. "
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"I'm a life coach that specializes in working with clients and helping professionals to uncover their true or authentic self-leading to a greater sense of freedom.I do this by compassionately, yet directly assisting clients in uncovering and befriending inner shadows that need understanding in order to achieve true integration and wholeness. Through my directness, compassion and playfulness I'm able to collaboratively work with clients to clear blocks, allowing clients to live life from an authentic place."
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"I'm a life coach that specializes in working with clients and helping professionals to uncover their true or authentic self-leading to a greater sense of freedom.I do this by compassionately, yet directly assisting clients in uncovering and befriending inner shadows that need understanding in order to achieve true integration and wholeness. Through my directness, compassion and playfulness I'm able to collaboratively work with clients to clear blocks, allowing clients to live life from an authentic place."
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"The clients that I work with come from all walks of life with at least 3 common goals: learn how to manage personal difficulties, increase moments of joy, & feel more empowered. I can assist you in reaching your goals with compassion, sensitivity, & humor. I like to provide a space to support my clients and teach them how to tap into their inner strengths. I don't just listen, I interact and ask questions that facilitate the kind of treatment that is worth your time and money. "
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"The clients that I work with come from all walks of life with at least 3 common goals: learn how to manage personal difficulties, increase moments of joy, & feel more empowered. I can assist you in reaching your goals with compassion, sensitivity, & humor. I like to provide a space to support my clients and teach them how to tap into their inner strengths. I don't just listen, I interact and ask questions that facilitate the kind of treatment that is worth your time and money. "
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"Therapy is not a lifestyle, it is a process. Dealing with the difficulties of life can cause distressing feelings which can interfere with your relationships and general wellbeing. My hope is that when confronted by such distress, our work together will serve to guide you through these obstacles. Used as a tool, therapy can restore or discover your sense of balance. As your therapist, my role is to assist you in utilizing your strengths to attain that goal. Through this process, we will identify the influences or circumstances that decrease your satisfaction and discover the tools needed to overcome them."
(213) 260-1821
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"Therapy is not a lifestyle, it is a process. Dealing with the difficulties of life can cause distressing feelings which can interfere with your relationships and general wellbeing. My hope is that when confronted by such distress, our work together will serve to guide you through these obstacles. Used as a tool, therapy can restore or discover your sense of balance. As your therapist, my role is to assist you in utilizing your strengths to attain that goal. Through this process, we will identify the influences or circumstances that decrease your satisfaction and discover the tools needed to overcome them."
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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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"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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"I believe that if we don’t ask the questions about how our history shaped us, patterns repeat themselves. My approach is geared towards helping people identify ways in which they've coped with hardship, but may have put them out of touch with their feelings & themselves. I see people who are struggling with mood conditions of all kinds, such as depression, anxiety, reactions from past trauma, intimacy & relationship problems. People seeking therapy are often interested in understanding how their earlier needs for attention and understanding went unfulfilled yet continues to impact their sense of self and their relationships."
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"I believe that if we don’t ask the questions about how our history shaped us, patterns repeat themselves. My approach is geared towards helping people identify ways in which they've coped with hardship, but may have put them out of touch with their feelings & themselves. I see people who are struggling with mood conditions of all kinds, such as depression, anxiety, reactions from past trauma, intimacy & relationship problems. People seeking therapy are often interested in understanding how their earlier needs for attention and understanding went unfulfilled yet continues to impact their sense of self and their relationships."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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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 difficult to navigate. We accumulate invisible scars and wounds over time. Balancing your personal needs with the expectations of others, while essential to developing healthy relationships, can make you feel lost and without direction. You shouldn't walk that path alone. Psychotherapy can help you understand your place in the world and how to be in relationships with others without losing yourself."
(424) 233-0408
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"Life can be difficult to navigate. We accumulate invisible scars and wounds over time. Balancing your personal needs with the expectations of others, while essential to developing healthy relationships, can make you feel lost and without direction. You shouldn't walk that path alone. Psychotherapy can help you understand your place in the world and how to be in relationships with others without losing yourself."
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"Do you find yourself alone and find it difficult to establish and maintain healthy relationships with others? I can help you understand how unwanted and worried thoughts affect the way you feel and the way you behave. I can help you develop skills that will help you worry less and keep your mind at peace. I can help you find balance between thinking and feeling that will help decrease self-doubt and boost self-confidence and self-esteem. I can help you find ways to decrease your fear of being alone and help you develop social skills that will help build healthy relationships with others."
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"Do you find yourself alone and find it difficult to establish and maintain healthy relationships with others? I can help you understand how unwanted and worried thoughts affect the way you feel and the way you behave. I can help you develop skills that will help you worry less and keep your mind at peace. I can help you find balance between thinking and feeling that will help decrease self-doubt and boost self-confidence and self-esteem. I can help you find ways to decrease your fear of being alone and help you develop social skills that will help build healthy relationships with others."
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"My style of therapy is one that is both collaborative and supportive. I believe that all individuals have the capacity to make lasting changes in their lives. I help the individual tap into those abilities by challenging the conscious and unconscious barriers that can impede growth and change. Using psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral techniques, I provide a safe, nurturing environment where individuals can explore their challenges and unearth their full potential."
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"My style of therapy is one that is both collaborative and supportive. I believe that all individuals have the capacity to make lasting changes in their lives. I help the individual tap into those abilities by challenging the conscious and unconscious barriers that can impede growth and change. Using psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral techniques, I provide a safe, nurturing environment where individuals can explore their challenges and unearth their full potential."

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