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"Early relationships shape the way the mind and brain develop from our young years into our adult lives. Our connections with caregivers induce neural circuit firings that persist throughout our lives, shaping how we think, feel, remember, and behave. When we are lucky enough to have secure attachment experiences in which we feel seen, safe, soothed, and secure—the “four S’s of attachment” that serve as the foundation for a healthy mind—these relational experiences stimulate the neuronal activation and growth of the integrative fibers of the brain. "
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"Early relationships shape the way the mind and brain develop from our young years into our adult lives. Our connections with caregivers induce neural circuit firings that persist throughout our lives, shaping how we think, feel, remember, and behave. When we are lucky enough to have secure attachment experiences in which we feel seen, safe, soothed, and secure—the “four S’s of attachment” that serve as the foundation for a healthy mind—these relational experiences stimulate the neuronal activation and growth of the integrative fibers of the brain. "
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"I am a therapist in private practice, specializing in grief and loss, life-transitions, depression, anxiety and recovery from trauma. For more than 25 years, I have helped clients through critical moments of transition, working together to navigate what can feel like overwhelming pain. I have a unique ability to ask good questions, listen well and help you to create possibilities for healing, change and growth."
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"I am a therapist in private practice, specializing in grief and loss, life-transitions, depression, anxiety and recovery from trauma. For more than 25 years, I have helped clients through critical moments of transition, working together to navigate what can feel like overwhelming pain. I have a unique ability to ask good questions, listen well and help you to create possibilities for healing, change and growth."
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"As a psychotherapist, I see individuals, couples and families who are in pain or conflict, and who want to increase their peace of mind and quality of life. My training, experience and intuition help me "zero in" on the patterns and issues that keep people blocked. Gentle, warm yet direct, I strive to help those I am privileged to treat grieve losses, resolve traumas, improve self-esteem, strengthen relationships, reduce depression and anxiety, and develop communication, stress management and coping skills. Understanding problem areas and expanding strengths, we work in a spirit of collaboration, with mutual respect, toward meaningful change."
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"As a psychotherapist, I see individuals, couples and families who are in pain or conflict, and who want to increase their peace of mind and quality of life. My training, experience and intuition help me "zero in" on the patterns and issues that keep people blocked. Gentle, warm yet direct, I strive to help those I am privileged to treat grieve losses, resolve traumas, improve self-esteem, strengthen relationships, reduce depression and anxiety, and develop communication, stress management and coping skills. Understanding problem areas and expanding strengths, we work in a spirit of collaboration, with mutual respect, toward meaningful change."
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"If you were raised by, married to, or love someone who has struggled with addiction, you may have difficulty with intimate relationships, self-esteem, codependency and trust. "
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"If you were raised by, married to, or love someone who has struggled with addiction, you may have difficulty with intimate relationships, self-esteem, codependency and trust. "
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"Before my interest in Psychology I worked as a RN on a medical unit. As I became more aware of the interrelationship between the physical and emotional, I became interested in Psychology and thus received a PhD. My entire career has been focused on addressing the physical and psychological aspects of the human condition. I have recently been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and now in utilizing my vast experience as a RN and as a Psychologist have invested my time in running Women's Breast Cancer support groups. "
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"Before my interest in Psychology I worked as a RN on a medical unit. As I became more aware of the interrelationship between the physical and emotional, I became interested in Psychology and thus received a PhD. My entire career has been focused on addressing the physical and psychological aspects of the human condition. I have recently been diagnosed with Breast Cancer and now in utilizing my vast experience as a RN and as a Psychologist have invested my time in running Women's Breast Cancer support groups. "
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"Do you feel like you struggle to do the right thing even though you love God? As a Christian therapist, I will help you identify the underlying psychological issues which may be hindering your ability to live fully as you were created to. My desire in providing therapy is to assist you in identifying the pain that leads to unwanted behaviors and feelings. Consequently, we can then begin to identify the truth of who God says you are. Acting out of these truths will result in a healthy mindset and behavior."
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"Do you feel like you struggle to do the right thing even though you love God? As a Christian therapist, I will help you identify the underlying psychological issues which may be hindering your ability to live fully as you were created to. My desire in providing therapy is to assist you in identifying the pain that leads to unwanted behaviors and feelings. Consequently, we can then begin to identify the truth of who God says you are. Acting out of these truths will result in a healthy mindset and behavior."
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"You're unhappy and you're trying to do something about it. Anxiety is stressing you out. It can make you feel depressed and experience low self-esteem. You want to feel good about yourself and the direction you're taking in life. However, you may feel hopeless, helpless and alone. But you aren't! We can discover what's not working for you and find different ways of thinking that open up new possibilities. A shift in your perspective can make all the difference in the world. Therapy can help you gain a greater sense of freedom and joy. "
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"You're unhappy and you're trying to do something about it. Anxiety is stressing you out. It can make you feel depressed and experience low self-esteem. You want to feel good about yourself and the direction you're taking in life. However, you may feel hopeless, helpless and alone. But you aren't! We can discover what's not working for you and find different ways of thinking that open up new possibilities. A shift in your perspective can make all the difference in the world. Therapy can help you gain a greater sense of freedom and joy. "
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"I strive to help my clients make desired changes in their lives. I specialize in working with recovery from substance and process addictions, managing stress, anxiety, depression, and blocks to productivity. I incorporate art therapy for both creatively-inclined and artistically-inexperienced individuals in addition to mindfulness-based practices, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic approaches to help clients rediscover their potential, increase insight into problematic patterns, gain access to supportive resources, and establish long-lasting habits that promote self awareness and growth."
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"I strive to help my clients make desired changes in their lives. I specialize in working with recovery from substance and process addictions, managing stress, anxiety, depression, and blocks to productivity. I incorporate art therapy for both creatively-inclined and artistically-inexperienced individuals in addition to mindfulness-based practices, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic approaches to help clients rediscover their potential, increase insight into problematic patterns, gain access to supportive resources, and establish long-lasting habits that promote self awareness and growth."
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""WE ALL NEED HELP SOMETIME" Looking for a change, getting to know yourself and your pattern of behavior better, need guidance to enhance your life and your relationships with your loved ones, have feelings you don't know where they come from, good therapy can help you fulfill your desires and get to understand yourself better. YOU ARE ALWAYS THE BEST PLACE TO START THE CHANGE. Together, we can initiate the process. I have more than 15 years of experience working with Los Angeles Unified School District as one of the three clinical psychologists, working with teenagers and their families from elementary to high school. "
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""WE ALL NEED HELP SOMETIME" Looking for a change, getting to know yourself and your pattern of behavior better, need guidance to enhance your life and your relationships with your loved ones, have feelings you don't know where they come from, good therapy can help you fulfill your desires and get to understand yourself better. YOU ARE ALWAYS THE BEST PLACE TO START THE CHANGE. Together, we can initiate the process. I have more than 15 years of experience working with Los Angeles Unified School District as one of the three clinical psychologists, working with teenagers and their families from elementary to high school. "
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"COUPLES, Going from an "I" to a "We" can be challenging at any stage of relationship. Beginnings are special, romantic; you're noticing commonalities, minimizing differences, and building a strong bond. With time and stress, couples notice each other’s imperfections. Disagreements ensue and couples wonder, what happened to our closeness, and the person I fell in love with. Successful couples manage this stage with effective communication, while others struggle, avoid conflict, or argue. Many couples even postpone getting help until they can no longer ignore feeling frustrated, hurt, and emotionally disconnected. There is help."
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"COUPLES, Going from an "I" to a "We" can be challenging at any stage of relationship. Beginnings are special, romantic; you're noticing commonalities, minimizing differences, and building a strong bond. With time and stress, couples notice each other’s imperfections. Disagreements ensue and couples wonder, what happened to our closeness, and the person I fell in love with. Successful couples manage this stage with effective communication, while others struggle, avoid conflict, or argue. Many couples even postpone getting help until they can no longer ignore feeling frustrated, hurt, and emotionally disconnected. There is help."
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"ADHD? Disorganized? Feeling Overwhelmed? Out of control with family, projects, home, time, money, and school success? Are you ready for change? I am an ADHD Specialist, ADHD Certified Coach and Therapist who uses Neuro-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Strength-based Skills Building and offers Brain Training as part of my strategies to help clients live successfully with ADHD. I am also licensed in Mediation/Conflict Resolution and am a certified co-active coach. I offer coaching and therapy for parents, children, families, executives, in her office, at your home, via Skype or phone. Call or Email TODAY!"
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"ADHD? Disorganized? Feeling Overwhelmed? Out of control with family, projects, home, time, money, and school success? Are you ready for change? I am an ADHD Specialist, ADHD Certified Coach and Therapist who uses Neuro-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Strength-based Skills Building and offers Brain Training as part of my strategies to help clients live successfully with ADHD. I am also licensed in Mediation/Conflict Resolution and am a certified co-active coach. I offer coaching and therapy for parents, children, families, executives, in her office, at your home, via Skype or phone. Call or Email TODAY!"
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"“Let me support you to build a greater awareness of your wisdom, and strength” As a licensed psychotherapist I can provide that support, awareness, problem-solving skills, and greater coping strategies for issues as depression, anxiety, parenting, domestic violence, and relationship difficulties. I have clinical experience working with children (play therapy), individuals, families, couples and groups. We all have an 'inner critic'. A pattern of blaming ourselves for events that were out of our control. This negative inner talk is more powerful when we fall into anxiety or depression. "
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"“Let me support you to build a greater awareness of your wisdom, and strength” As a licensed psychotherapist I can provide that support, awareness, problem-solving skills, and greater coping strategies for issues as depression, anxiety, parenting, domestic violence, and relationship difficulties. I have clinical experience working with children (play therapy), individuals, families, couples and groups. We all have an 'inner critic'. A pattern of blaming ourselves for events that were out of our control. This negative inner talk is more powerful when we fall into anxiety or depression. "
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"They say, "The first step in always the hardest". Although this is true in many circumstances, it is especially true when it comes to seeking therapy. It is not easy to come to terms with the idea of needing support through this phase in your life. It's even harder to face the idea that you will need to open up to a stranger and trust them with sides of yourself that you prefer to keep private. That said, I want to commend you on taking the first step and getting the process of finding the right therapist for you started. You've gotten through one of the harder parts of this journey! It would be an honor for me to accompany you on the rest of it..."
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"They say, "The first step in always the hardest". Although this is true in many circumstances, it is especially true when it comes to seeking therapy. It is not easy to come to terms with the idea of needing support through this phase in your life. It's even harder to face the idea that you will need to open up to a stranger and trust them with sides of yourself that you prefer to keep private. That said, I want to commend you on taking the first step and getting the process of finding the right therapist for you started. You've gotten through one of the harder parts of this journey! It would be an honor for me to accompany you on the rest of it..."
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"With twenty years of experience and outstanding credentials, I have two goals for my clients: Solve the immediate problem that brings you to therapy, and promote lasting change. My arenas of work include depression, stress, and relationship difficulties. I have extensive training in couples therapy and am an AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist. I deal with all manner of sexual issues, including desire problems, addiction, affairs, and the "sexless marriage." I welcome clients from varied backgrounds and communities. In this time of COVID-19, I can help with anxiety, parenting, children, quarantine, work stress, and family issues."
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"With twenty years of experience and outstanding credentials, I have two goals for my clients: Solve the immediate problem that brings you to therapy, and promote lasting change. My arenas of work include depression, stress, and relationship difficulties. I have extensive training in couples therapy and am an AASECT-Certified Sex Therapist. I deal with all manner of sexual issues, including desire problems, addiction, affairs, and the "sexless marriage." I welcome clients from varied backgrounds and communities. In this time of COVID-19, I can help with anxiety, parenting, children, quarantine, work stress, and family issues."
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"I believe that deep down we all make sense, and that while life can feel overwhelming and our problems too great to solve, real change is possible. My therapeutic process integrates strength-based modalities that are tailored to the unique needs of each client and centers on identifying our untapped sources of strength and resilience to break through doubt, shame and fear. With care and curiosity, we will begin the process of exploring and healing the often hidden wounds inflicted by our experiences, families and society. Working together, we can change old patterns of feeling and thinking in order to empower your authentic self. "
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"I believe that deep down we all make sense, and that while life can feel overwhelming and our problems too great to solve, real change is possible. My therapeutic process integrates strength-based modalities that are tailored to the unique needs of each client and centers on identifying our untapped sources of strength and resilience to break through doubt, shame and fear. With care and curiosity, we will begin the process of exploring and healing the often hidden wounds inflicted by our experiences, families and society. Working together, we can change old patterns of feeling and thinking in order to empower your authentic self. "
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"I am passionate about people. It's what drew me to the field of sexuality & relationships. My goal is to help find your authentic voice in your relationships with self and others. As a compassionate and attuned therapist and sex educator, I enjoy working with couples and individuals who are exploring the challenges of desire differences, sexual and gender identity issues, relationship struggles, parenting, panic, anxiety and early attachment experiences, as well as those seeking existential meaning in life and love. I am extremely comfortable working with clients who in the LGBTQI, sex work, kink & non-monogamous communities."
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"I am passionate about people. It's what drew me to the field of sexuality & relationships. My goal is to help find your authentic voice in your relationships with self and others. As a compassionate and attuned therapist and sex educator, I enjoy working with couples and individuals who are exploring the challenges of desire differences, sexual and gender identity issues, relationship struggles, parenting, panic, anxiety and early attachment experiences, as well as those seeking existential meaning in life and love. I am extremely comfortable working with clients who in the LGBTQI, sex work, kink & non-monogamous communities."
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"Therapy is about exploring transitions and losses. A loss of a relationship, a job, a lifestyle, a home, a friendship, or the loss of a dream or expectation. We dismiss some losses, not realizing their impact on our day to day life. We may suffer from anxiety or depression without understanding why they are present. Other losses, however, can be so traumatic that we lose our ability to heal from them. Moreover, we find ourselves repeating the same mistakes, not being able to transform ourselves and change our behavior, even when we realize that our reactions are unhelpful and self-destructive. We wonder whether life will be better."
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"Therapy is about exploring transitions and losses. A loss of a relationship, a job, a lifestyle, a home, a friendship, or the loss of a dream or expectation. We dismiss some losses, not realizing their impact on our day to day life. We may suffer from anxiety or depression without understanding why they are present. Other losses, however, can be so traumatic that we lose our ability to heal from them. Moreover, we find ourselves repeating the same mistakes, not being able to transform ourselves and change our behavior, even when we realize that our reactions are unhelpful and self-destructive. We wonder whether life will be better."
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"Everyone feels stuck in life sometimes. Perhaps you are unsatisfied with a current relationship or you are not doing what you want to in terms of your career. Maybe you are experiencing a life transition such as the death of a loved one or a big geographical move. You have the solution within you. My job is to work in collaboration with you to uncover that solution and put it to work for you."
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"Everyone feels stuck in life sometimes. Perhaps you are unsatisfied with a current relationship or you are not doing what you want to in terms of your career. Maybe you are experiencing a life transition such as the death of a loved one or a big geographical move. You have the solution within you. My job is to work in collaboration with you to uncover that solution and put it to work for you."
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"The connection between therapist and client is the most important element of successful treatment. Using a strength based approach, I strive to connect to my clients in a meaningful way, creating a safe space for them to explore difficult emotions, thought patterns, relational tendencies, and the ongoing impact of earlier experiences. I am passionate about women's issues and provide support and clarity for those going through challenging life transitions- career changes, relationship changes, parenthood, divorce, loss."
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"The connection between therapist and client is the most important element of successful treatment. Using a strength based approach, I strive to connect to my clients in a meaningful way, creating a safe space for them to explore difficult emotions, thought patterns, relational tendencies, and the ongoing impact of earlier experiences. I am passionate about women's issues and provide support and clarity for those going through challenging life transitions- career changes, relationship changes, parenthood, divorce, loss."
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"Therapy is a team effort. It's an opportunity to hear your own voice and discover your own wisdom. Together, we can take that wisdom and use it to solve problems, heal emotional pain and make sense out of chaotic circumstances. Insights gained in therapy can provide immediate relief, and can help prepare you for tomorrow's challenges. Choosing a therapist is an important decision that is often made during periods of instability. I offer a free consultation to discuss your needs and I tailor my therapeutic approach to you, a unique individual with your own needs, goals and strengths. "
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"Therapy is a team effort. It's an opportunity to hear your own voice and discover your own wisdom. Together, we can take that wisdom and use it to solve problems, heal emotional pain and make sense out of chaotic circumstances. Insights gained in therapy can provide immediate relief, and can help prepare you for tomorrow's challenges. Choosing a therapist is an important decision that is often made during periods of instability. I offer a free consultation to discuss your needs and I tailor my therapeutic approach to you, a unique individual with your own needs, goals and strengths. "

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