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"Are you suffering from anxiety and depression, or having symptoms such as insomnia or a change in appetite, have feelings that something is not quite right but feel stuck as how to change. We are often unconsciously drawn to familiar situations we learned in childhood. Events and relationships in the earlier parts of our lives have affected us, and draw us into familiar situations where we repeat unhealthy choices, that are often not in our best interest."
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"Are you suffering from anxiety and depression, or having symptoms such as insomnia or a change in appetite, have feelings that something is not quite right but feel stuck as how to change. We are often unconsciously drawn to familiar situations we learned in childhood. Events and relationships in the earlier parts of our lives have affected us, and draw us into familiar situations where we repeat unhealthy choices, that are often not in our best interest."
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"Do other therapists not understand your sexual preferences? Are you struggling to connect with others or your partner? Are you satisfied? Our culture features sex everywhere, but we don't or often can't talk about it. Whether you were raised in a Catholic household that never had any discussions or displays of sexuality, or if you are looking to explore the swinging lifestyle, look no further! Sex is a complicated part of our lives- encompassing culture, religion, self esteem, time; the list goes on. Let me help you find yourself and increase pleasure and satisfaction in all aspects of your life! www.Nicolettavheidegger.com"
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"Do other therapists not understand your sexual preferences? Are you struggling to connect with others or your partner? Are you satisfied? Our culture features sex everywhere, but we don't or often can't talk about it. Whether you were raised in a Catholic household that never had any discussions or displays of sexuality, or if you are looking to explore the swinging lifestyle, look no further! Sex is a complicated part of our lives- encompassing culture, religion, self esteem, time; the list goes on. Let me help you find yourself and increase pleasure and satisfaction in all aspects of your life! www.Nicolettavheidegger.com"
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"My goal is to help you change and create the life you desire. In my practice with individuals, couples and families, I'll work together with you to identify the problem and work towards the solution. By applying creative therapeutic approaches and techniques, we'll discover unhelpful behavior patterns or negative thoughts that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I am able to integrate powerful techniques in treating couples. I completed Levels 1&2 Gottman training in assessment and intervention with couples."
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"My goal is to help you change and create the life you desire. In my practice with individuals, couples and families, I'll work together with you to identify the problem and work towards the solution. By applying creative therapeutic approaches and techniques, we'll discover unhelpful behavior patterns or negative thoughts that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I am able to integrate powerful techniques in treating couples. I completed Levels 1&2 Gottman training in assessment and intervention with couples."
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"Being a parent is hard work. There are so many unexpected challenges and emotions that arise that can feel overwhelming and isolating. I work with families who are struggling with parenting challenges, child sleep issues, pregnancy and/or birth trauma and postpartum mothers and fathers and couples who are adjusting to life as a family. I believe in a holistic approach where we focus on the past and present and how it connects to our current life as well as our mind, body and spirit."
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"Being a parent is hard work. There are so many unexpected challenges and emotions that arise that can feel overwhelming and isolating. I work with families who are struggling with parenting challenges, child sleep issues, pregnancy and/or birth trauma and postpartum mothers and fathers and couples who are adjusting to life as a family. I believe in a holistic approach where we focus on the past and present and how it connects to our current life as well as our mind, body and spirit."
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"Are you living with a traumatic past, or severe anxiety? I am an experienced Anxiety and PTSD therapist. My specialties are Career/Romantic Anxiety, Panic, OCD, Traumatic Memories, Social Anxiety, and Depression. My typical clients suffer Panic Attacks, Trauma Flashbacks, Feelings of Unreality, Feelings of Detachment, Fear of Death/Suicide, Losing Control, Fear of Going Insane, Fear of Open Spaces, Fear of Embarrassment/Rejection, Fear of Being Trapped, Elevator Phobia, Panic While Driving, Scary Intrusive Thoughts, Checking Compulsions, Constant Daily Anxiety about Work, Love Life, and Transitions."
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"Are you living with a traumatic past, or severe anxiety? I am an experienced Anxiety and PTSD therapist. My specialties are Career/Romantic Anxiety, Panic, OCD, Traumatic Memories, Social Anxiety, and Depression. My typical clients suffer Panic Attacks, Trauma Flashbacks, Feelings of Unreality, Feelings of Detachment, Fear of Death/Suicide, Losing Control, Fear of Going Insane, Fear of Open Spaces, Fear of Embarrassment/Rejection, Fear of Being Trapped, Elevator Phobia, Panic While Driving, Scary Intrusive Thoughts, Checking Compulsions, Constant Daily Anxiety about Work, Love Life, and Transitions."
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"Whether you are experiencing conflict in a relationship or work-place, still holding onto difficult memories from early trauma or struggling with depression, anxiety, grief or behaviors that make you feel stuck, a solution exists for everything. In a safe and compassionate setting, I bring curiosity, experience and years of training to help you tap into your own deep wisdom, peace and equanimity. Certified in IFS (Internal Family Systems), trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (3 years) and other mindfulness-based modalities, I have dedicated myself to honing my skills as a therapist to best fit the needs of every client. "
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"Whether you are experiencing conflict in a relationship or work-place, still holding onto difficult memories from early trauma or struggling with depression, anxiety, grief or behaviors that make you feel stuck, a solution exists for everything. In a safe and compassionate setting, I bring curiosity, experience and years of training to help you tap into your own deep wisdom, peace and equanimity. Certified in IFS (Internal Family Systems), trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (3 years) and other mindfulness-based modalities, I have dedicated myself to honing my skills as a therapist to best fit the needs of every client. "
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"People come to therapy for different reasons. You may feel frustrated that you'll never find the right relationship, feel overwhelmed with anxiety or feel like you can't stop beating yourself up for past mistakes. You may be constantly comparing yourself to other people and feel like everyone else has things more figured out than you. You may feel disconnected and unhappy, but just not exactly sure why or what to do about it. Therapy is a way to deepen understanding and move towards healing, self-acceptance and a greater sense of well-being. "
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"People come to therapy for different reasons. You may feel frustrated that you'll never find the right relationship, feel overwhelmed with anxiety or feel like you can't stop beating yourself up for past mistakes. You may be constantly comparing yourself to other people and feel like everyone else has things more figured out than you. You may feel disconnected and unhappy, but just not exactly sure why or what to do about it. Therapy is a way to deepen understanding and move towards healing, self-acceptance and a greater sense of well-being. "
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"Do you believe you are created for relationship and continually asking yourself, "Why can't I make it happen? or Why is it such a struggle?" Your early connections or attachments will have an impact on how these questions may be answered. The goal is to journey together in a safe and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship developing awareness into your self perceptions and how you relate in the world. We will work to uncover the areas of your life where you are emotionally stuck, experiencing painful memories, trauma or unresolved feelings of terror, rage, panic, shame, grief and disgust."
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"Do you believe you are created for relationship and continually asking yourself, "Why can't I make it happen? or Why is it such a struggle?" Your early connections or attachments will have an impact on how these questions may be answered. The goal is to journey together in a safe and nonjudgmental therapeutic relationship developing awareness into your self perceptions and how you relate in the world. We will work to uncover the areas of your life where you are emotionally stuck, experiencing painful memories, trauma or unresolved feelings of terror, rage, panic, shame, grief and disgust."
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"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
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"I specialize in helping individuals and couples feel more grounded and successful in their relationships and lives. I believe relationship issues as well as common symptoms like depression and anxiety often stem from habitual patterns of relating that may have historical importance, but may no longer be useful to us. As new issues arise in our lives these habitual patterns and our own vulnerabilities may impact our ability to feel competent and fulfilled."
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"Although "pain" is something we would like to avoid, it is an inevitable part of life. But the positive aspect of painful experiences is that they can provide the opportunity to change... change that helps us grow and transform ourselves, bringing our lives a deeper sense of meaning. It is often very difficult to recognize these positive life changing opportunities while in the midst of profound pain or even after it subsides but that is where therapy can help. Collaborative work in therapy can facilitate awareness, promote healing, and illuminate paths for change leading to a more meaningful relationship with yourself and others..."
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"Although "pain" is something we would like to avoid, it is an inevitable part of life. But the positive aspect of painful experiences is that they can provide the opportunity to change... change that helps us grow and transform ourselves, bringing our lives a deeper sense of meaning. It is often very difficult to recognize these positive life changing opportunities while in the midst of profound pain or even after it subsides but that is where therapy can help. Collaborative work in therapy can facilitate awareness, promote healing, and illuminate paths for change leading to a more meaningful relationship with yourself and others..."
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"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
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"The process of finding that right fit of a therapeutic relationship in which you feel comfortable can be overwhelming. Whether you have a specific issue, or you are experiencing discontentment and are unsure about what needs to change, the experience of psychotherapy can be rich and valuable - something most could benefit from at some point in their lives. I create a welcoming and accepting environment in which you are able to identify what needs to change and work toward solutions using practical strategies to provide coping, understanding of your thought processes and support for whatever you are going through."
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"My latest book is called Your Subconscious Brain Can Change Your Life. In it, I describe the protocol I created: Subconscious Visualization Technique (SVT). If you have a psychological issue and would like rapid reprogramming (e.g., PTSD, anxiety, panic, depression, addiction, phobias), I can help--even when conscious-based tools have failed. If you have a physical issue that hasn't fully responded to other treatments (e.g., IBS, fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic pain), I can help. If you want to boost your immune system, boost fertility, or decrease nausea associated with chemotherapy, I can help. "
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"My latest book is called Your Subconscious Brain Can Change Your Life. In it, I describe the protocol I created: Subconscious Visualization Technique (SVT). If you have a psychological issue and would like rapid reprogramming (e.g., PTSD, anxiety, panic, depression, addiction, phobias), I can help--even when conscious-based tools have failed. If you have a physical issue that hasn't fully responded to other treatments (e.g., IBS, fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic pain), I can help. If you want to boost your immune system, boost fertility, or decrease nausea associated with chemotherapy, I can help. "
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"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
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"Sometimes we need a little help to reclaim or find our inner strength. I believe we all possess the wisdom to succeed somewhere within our psyche. My goal in therapy is to help clients overcome the obstacles that hinder them on their path. I tend to look for the strengths in individuals and my objective is to embrace each client without judgment in order to create a safe environment. I also believe it is important for one to feel heard and validated for their experience in order to move beyond their blocks."
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"Has a change in your relationship, work or stage of life left you with the feeling that you are not living the life you want? Are you struggling to find balance in a demanding career that leaves you feeling unfulfilled in the other areas of your life? Do the behaviors that once seemed to help you deal with these emotions now feel out of your control? Have you experienced distressing life events that continue to trigger you in your day-to-day world? Whatever the reason you are thinking of coming to therapy now, we can work together to find a path to your fullest and most rewarding life."
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"Has a change in your relationship, work or stage of life left you with the feeling that you are not living the life you want? Are you struggling to find balance in a demanding career that leaves you feeling unfulfilled in the other areas of your life? Do the behaviors that once seemed to help you deal with these emotions now feel out of your control? Have you experienced distressing life events that continue to trigger you in your day-to-day world? Whatever the reason you are thinking of coming to therapy now, we can work together to find a path to your fullest and most rewarding life."
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"Even though therapy can be challenging and often a painful process of self-discovery, when done in a supportive and empathic environment it can be immensely life changing. Together we will explore how the past has influenced you and make changes in the present, so you can create a more gratifying future. I have extensive experience in treating depression, life transitions, anxiety, relationship & family issues, loss & trauma and sexual abuse."
(323) 870-7225
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"Even though therapy can be challenging and often a painful process of self-discovery, when done in a supportive and empathic environment it can be immensely life changing. Together we will explore how the past has influenced you and make changes in the present, so you can create a more gratifying future. I have extensive experience in treating depression, life transitions, anxiety, relationship & family issues, loss & trauma and sexual abuse."
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"I have been counseling adults, adolescents and children for 25 years. I work with clients to help them to gain a deeper understanding of their experiences, feelings and thoughts. Utilizing a psychodynamic lens, I incorporate somatic experiencing (a mind body therapy), mindfulness and cognitive behavioral techniques. Common goals of my clients include: reducing anxiety and depression, decreasing negative thinking and self-destructive behaviors; strengthening relationships with family, peers and romantic partners; and resolving trauma and grief. Currently I am offering all clients Telehealth services at this time. "
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"I have been counseling adults, adolescents and children for 25 years. I work with clients to help them to gain a deeper understanding of their experiences, feelings and thoughts. Utilizing a psychodynamic lens, I incorporate somatic experiencing (a mind body therapy), mindfulness and cognitive behavioral techniques. Common goals of my clients include: reducing anxiety and depression, decreasing negative thinking and self-destructive behaviors; strengthening relationships with family, peers and romantic partners; and resolving trauma and grief. Currently I am offering all clients Telehealth services at this time. "
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"The fact is that everyone at some point in their lives, will face challenges, traumas, circumstances or relationships that overwhelm their ability to cope. While navigating these experiences can be painful, difficult, and complex- no one should have to go at it alone. I view the therapeutic experience as collaborative. My intention is to create a safe, supportive, and judgement free space where together we'll explore what brings meaning into your life, and dismantle the obstacles that get in your way. My role is to bolster skills that encourage meaningful reflection, communication, and connection to self and others."
(323) 886-4577
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"The fact is that everyone at some point in their lives, will face challenges, traumas, circumstances or relationships that overwhelm their ability to cope. While navigating these experiences can be painful, difficult, and complex- no one should have to go at it alone. I view the therapeutic experience as collaborative. My intention is to create a safe, supportive, and judgement free space where together we'll explore what brings meaning into your life, and dismantle the obstacles that get in your way. My role is to bolster skills that encourage meaningful reflection, communication, and connection to self and others."
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"A Certified Jungian Analyst (C.G. Jung Institute Zurich 1982) as well as attentive conscientious Clinical Psychologist of 30 years, I bring a uniquely personalized depth-psychological understanding (with penetrating dream work and a keen eye for emergent possibilities) to individuals dealing with ordinary life, grief, long standing trauma, conflicted family, relational challenges and soulful yearnings all along the SGBLT spectrum. Holistic, ecological, practical, the title of my recent book, "Sexuality and the Religious Imagination" (Spring Journal Books 2008) offers a ready hint of my comfort with and interest in your personal journey."
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"A Certified Jungian Analyst (C.G. Jung Institute Zurich 1982) as well as attentive conscientious Clinical Psychologist of 30 years, I bring a uniquely personalized depth-psychological understanding (with penetrating dream work and a keen eye for emergent possibilities) to individuals dealing with ordinary life, grief, long standing trauma, conflicted family, relational challenges and soulful yearnings all along the SGBLT spectrum. Holistic, ecological, practical, the title of my recent book, "Sexuality and the Religious Imagination" (Spring Journal Books 2008) offers a ready hint of my comfort with and interest in your personal journey."
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"If you are struggling with painful feelings of depression or anxiety; if you are feeling stuck, empty and hopeless; if drinking, getting high or hooking up is becoming a problem, psychotherapy can help you."
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"If you are struggling with painful feelings of depression or anxiety; if you are feeling stuck, empty and hopeless; if drinking, getting high or hooking up is becoming a problem, psychotherapy can help you."
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"Please note that in this time of crisis and social distancing, I am offering therapy via a HIPAA-compliant video-conferencing application. I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. "
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"Please note that in this time of crisis and social distancing, I am offering therapy via a HIPAA-compliant video-conferencing application. I have maintained a private practice providing individual, couple, and group psychotherapy in the Los Angeles area for the last 21 years. Life is not easy, and sometimes it gets really hard. But the measure of success is how we cope with life's challenges. "

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