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"I help people unwind and unravel the ways in which they get stuck in life. Through looking at how the past is a affecting the present and what is actually going on in the present as seen through relationships, we can work as a team to further digest experiences, get to the root of painful patterns, free up choices and help develop a richer internal life."
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"I help people unwind and unravel the ways in which they get stuck in life. Through looking at how the past is a affecting the present and what is actually going on in the present as seen through relationships, we can work as a team to further digest experiences, get to the root of painful patterns, free up choices and help develop a richer internal life."
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"My approach to psychotherapy stems from a passionate commitment to the process of self-discovery. It entails working to create a space with each person in which feelings and worries can be named and articulated; deeply held troubles--traumatic histories and conflicts--can come to light, be examined and explored; and hope along with ideas for change can be generated. Through attuned listening, fragmented bits can be woven into lines of thought which over time become the shape of a personal and useful story. Treatment combines developing insights into unconsciously held beliefs and finding strategies for coping with life stresses."
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"My approach to psychotherapy stems from a passionate commitment to the process of self-discovery. It entails working to create a space with each person in which feelings and worries can be named and articulated; deeply held troubles--traumatic histories and conflicts--can come to light, be examined and explored; and hope along with ideas for change can be generated. Through attuned listening, fragmented bits can be woven into lines of thought which over time become the shape of a personal and useful story. Treatment combines developing insights into unconsciously held beliefs and finding strategies for coping with life stresses."
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"[Currently my practice is full; I regret that I'm not able to see new clients. Thank you for visiting this page.] Having a safe place to talk openly (and be heard) is anything but a luxury, but can be hard to find at times. I listen well and bring experience, honesty, practical suggestions and warmth to my work. Along with what's going on now, we talk about past events and relationships that are part of your story and may be making themselves felt in the present. Doing this thoughtfully, together, can open doors to better relationships with yourself, other people, and the world."
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"[Currently my practice is full; I regret that I'm not able to see new clients. Thank you for visiting this page.] Having a safe place to talk openly (and be heard) is anything but a luxury, but can be hard to find at times. I listen well and bring experience, honesty, practical suggestions and warmth to my work. Along with what's going on now, we talk about past events and relationships that are part of your story and may be making themselves felt in the present. Doing this thoughtfully, together, can open doors to better relationships with yourself, other people, and the world."
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"Psychotherapy is a journey toward healing that we take together. I believe you have all the resources you need within you. Psychotherapy is designed to awaken and mobilize them. My clients frequently report that in addition to resolving the problems that brought them into therapy - a depression has lifted, a work conflict or relationship difficulty worked through - what has changed is the way they feel about themselves. They feel stronger, more connected to themselves at a core level and capable of achieving their vision of what they want their lives to be."
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"Psychotherapy is a journey toward healing that we take together. I believe you have all the resources you need within you. Psychotherapy is designed to awaken and mobilize them. My clients frequently report that in addition to resolving the problems that brought them into therapy - a depression has lifted, a work conflict or relationship difficulty worked through - what has changed is the way they feel about themselves. They feel stronger, more connected to themselves at a core level and capable of achieving their vision of what they want their lives to be."
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Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, AMFT
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"I believe seeking therapy can be a very strategic move in assisting a person in making healthy life changes. Selecting a therapist should be done with great care and thoughtfulness. I would like to collaborate with you while working through some of your unwanted behaviors, issues, struggles, traumas, and relationship conflicts. "
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"I believe seeking therapy can be a very strategic move in assisting a person in making healthy life changes. Selecting a therapist should be done with great care and thoughtfulness. I would like to collaborate with you while working through some of your unwanted behaviors, issues, struggles, traumas, and relationship conflicts. "
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"I have designed a practice that recognizes diverse paths to family. Because I believe each journey is unique. I respect what you have experienced and will help you discover and reach​ your goals. This mindful approach allows me to bring an open mind and heart to each situation. I offer Counseling, Education and Consultation services in the area of Family Formation, specializing in the area of Adoption. I provide counseling to pre-adoptive and adoptive parents, expectant/birth parents, and adoptees, covering an array of topics. "
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"I have designed a practice that recognizes diverse paths to family. Because I believe each journey is unique. I respect what you have experienced and will help you discover and reach​ your goals. This mindful approach allows me to bring an open mind and heart to each situation. I offer Counseling, Education and Consultation services in the area of Family Formation, specializing in the area of Adoption. I provide counseling to pre-adoptive and adoptive parents, expectant/birth parents, and adoptees, covering an array of topics. "
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"Bob Burns has counseled couples and individuals for decades as a pastor, often in cross-cultural settings. Today Bob continues to do this in his private practice. Professional Pastoral Counseling combines proven reparative approaches, spiritual insights and intercessory prayer. The emphasis will be on discovering your strengths and empowering you to live life as God intended. Bob is a Certified "Prepare-Enrich" and SYMBIS Facilitator. Both Prepare-Enrich and SYMBIS are used for relationship counseling, premarital counseling, and marriage enrichment. Bob is a trained Gottman "Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work", Educator. Gottman's seven principles are proven, research-based tools for making marriage work."
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"Bob Burns has counseled couples and individuals for decades as a pastor, often in cross-cultural settings. Today Bob continues to do this in his private practice. Professional Pastoral Counseling combines proven reparative approaches, spiritual insights and intercessory prayer. The emphasis will be on discovering your strengths and empowering you to live life as God intended. Bob is a Certified "Prepare-Enrich" and SYMBIS Facilitator. Both Prepare-Enrich and SYMBIS are used for relationship counseling, premarital counseling, and marriage enrichment. Bob is a trained Gottman "Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work", Educator. Gottman's seven principles are proven, research-based tools for making marriage work."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
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"Are you having trouble getting over a past shock or trauma? Are you frequently in overwhelm/collapse? Are you constantly bracing against danger, ready to fight or run away? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can help. I specialize in working with people who have experienced being overwhelmed by events and experiences that have shaken their very foundations. I take time to assess your personal stress/trauma history and provide guidance and support to assist you in your recovery. I also help couples create sustained improvement in their relationship, creating more effective communication and fulfilling relationships."
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"Are you having trouble getting over a past shock or trauma? Are you frequently in overwhelm/collapse? Are you constantly bracing against danger, ready to fight or run away? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can help. I specialize in working with people who have experienced being overwhelmed by events and experiences that have shaken their very foundations. I take time to assess your personal stress/trauma history and provide guidance and support to assist you in your recovery. I also help couples create sustained improvement in their relationship, creating more effective communication and fulfilling relationships."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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""For one human being to love another; that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks." -Rainer Maria Rilke. Intimate relationships can be incredibly hard. Do you love your partner but hate the way you feel in the relationship? Finding it impossible to get your needs met? Wondering of you should stay or go? Struggling with anger, depression, confusing thoughts, lack of intimacy or infidelity? Are you questioning your role as wife/husband or new parent and wondering if this is all there is?"
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""For one human being to love another; that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks." -Rainer Maria Rilke. Intimate relationships can be incredibly hard. Do you love your partner but hate the way you feel in the relationship? Finding it impossible to get your needs met? Wondering of you should stay or go? Struggling with anger, depression, confusing thoughts, lack of intimacy or infidelity? Are you questioning your role as wife/husband or new parent and wondering if this is all there is?"
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Marriage & Family Therapist, EdS, LMFT
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"Do you feel that past hurts are getting in the way of the vision you have for yourself or family? You find yourself in a new role in your life and all of a sudden old emotions are resurfacing and you're not sure where they are coming from. You know that you don't want to parent the way you were parented, but you're not sure how to break those cycles. These are some reasons you, your partner, or family may seek more support. I work with individuals and families that are ready to make changes in their lives by collaborating on goals and supporting clients in coping with emotions and thoughts that may be interfering with those goals."
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"Do you feel that past hurts are getting in the way of the vision you have for yourself or family? You find yourself in a new role in your life and all of a sudden old emotions are resurfacing and you're not sure where they are coming from. You know that you don't want to parent the way you were parented, but you're not sure how to break those cycles. These are some reasons you, your partner, or family may seek more support. I work with individuals and families that are ready to make changes in their lives by collaborating on goals and supporting clients in coping with emotions and thoughts that may be interfering with those goals."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
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"Having a safe and supportive space where one can talk openly, is so very important. Feeling understood and listened to promotes growth and change. I am warm and understanding as well as insightful and objective, bringing experience and honesty to my work. Together we will talk about what’s going on now, past events and relationships, and how they might be affecting you. I will work to develop a trusting, supportive relationship to more clearly understand what is troubling you. My clients have enjoyed success in overcoming anxiety and depression, connecting with others, defining and attaining goals, and increasing self-esteem."
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"Having a safe and supportive space where one can talk openly, is so very important. Feeling understood and listened to promotes growth and change. I am warm and understanding as well as insightful and objective, bringing experience and honesty to my work. Together we will talk about what’s going on now, past events and relationships, and how they might be affecting you. I will work to develop a trusting, supportive relationship to more clearly understand what is troubling you. My clients have enjoyed success in overcoming anxiety and depression, connecting with others, defining and attaining goals, and increasing self-esteem."
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"I am a CBT therapist who has been licensed since 2017. I have worked in the field of Psychology since 1992 and have extensive experience working with children, adults and families. I am most interested in working with children, parents, and families but I also work with individual adults. "
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"I am a CBT therapist who has been licensed since 2017. I have worked in the field of Psychology since 1992 and have extensive experience working with children, adults and families. I am most interested in working with children, parents, and families but I also work with individual adults. "
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"Through compassion, humor, and gentle challenge, I create a supportive environment to help people overcome temporary setbacks, heal old wounds, and change dysfunctional family patterns. My areas of expertise include anxiety, interpersonal trauma, life transitions for young adults, and issues related to parenting, and disruptions in early attachment."
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"Through compassion, humor, and gentle challenge, I create a supportive environment to help people overcome temporary setbacks, heal old wounds, and change dysfunctional family patterns. My areas of expertise include anxiety, interpersonal trauma, life transitions for young adults, and issues related to parenting, and disruptions in early attachment."
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Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, AMFT
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"If you are considering counseling, you are brave and strong because seeking help can be scary. More importantly, you are already on the path to healing and change. I'd like to partner with you to help you on the journey. I'm not the type of therapist who will tell you what to do because I believe that deep down you already know. However, I will affirm your strengths and encourage you because affirmations can empower people to replace their negative thoughts, emotions, and behavior for healthier alternatives."
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"If you are considering counseling, you are brave and strong because seeking help can be scary. More importantly, you are already on the path to healing and change. I'd like to partner with you to help you on the journey. I'm not the type of therapist who will tell you what to do because I believe that deep down you already know. However, I will affirm your strengths and encourage you because affirmations can empower people to replace their negative thoughts, emotions, and behavior for healthier alternatives."
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"I specialize in treating individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship issues. Additionally, I work with couples and families who are experiencing conflict. "
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"I specialize in treating individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and relationship issues. Additionally, I work with couples and families who are experiencing conflict. "
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"As a Jungian analyst I see children and adults for depth-oriented psychotherapy. I use a relational model focussing on feelings that come up between myself and my client as we work on the outer and inner concerns. Images from dreams, sandplay and art are integrated into the analytic work to explore deeper meanings and to elucidate concerns. I use play therapy & sandplay as appropriate for children and offer other age appropriate materials. I believe in a growth rather than a pathology oriented process, viewing problems-in-living as an opportunity to further self-development, growth, and awareness."
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"As a Jungian analyst I see children and adults for depth-oriented psychotherapy. I use a relational model focussing on feelings that come up between myself and my client as we work on the outer and inner concerns. Images from dreams, sandplay and art are integrated into the analytic work to explore deeper meanings and to elucidate concerns. I use play therapy & sandplay as appropriate for children and offer other age appropriate materials. I believe in a growth rather than a pathology oriented process, viewing problems-in-living as an opportunity to further self-development, growth, and awareness."
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"I offer Sunday hours for busy individuals. Whether you are seeking therapy for yourself or a loved one, support is out there. The key is finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable. I provide an environment that is safe and easy for you to express yourself without fear of judgement or shame. My approach is gentle, warm, and supportive. My goal is to help you gain insight, identify your strengths, improve your coping skills, and most importantly, to feel better."
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"I offer Sunday hours for busy individuals. Whether you are seeking therapy for yourself or a loved one, support is out there. The key is finding a therapist with whom you feel comfortable. I provide an environment that is safe and easy for you to express yourself without fear of judgement or shame. My approach is gentle, warm, and supportive. My goal is to help you gain insight, identify your strengths, improve your coping skills, and most importantly, to feel better."
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"My practice is dedicated to the emotional and relational wellbeing of children and their families. With this in mind, I aim to create a safe space for shared reflection, build on existing strengths, and offer new tools to promote self-understanding, growth, and social and emotional resilience. My interventions and style are tailored to individual needs, but building a genuine, trusting, and supportive relationship is at the foundation of my work. Sessions may include a combination of talk, play, art, and movement, as well as other activities that create a safe space and facilitate the therapeutic process."
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"My practice is dedicated to the emotional and relational wellbeing of children and their families. With this in mind, I aim to create a safe space for shared reflection, build on existing strengths, and offer new tools to promote self-understanding, growth, and social and emotional resilience. My interventions and style are tailored to individual needs, but building a genuine, trusting, and supportive relationship is at the foundation of my work. Sessions may include a combination of talk, play, art, and movement, as well as other activities that create a safe space and facilitate the therapeutic process."
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"Therapy can help you remove unwanted behaviors and restore joy and fulfillment to your life. Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship issues or impact from trauma? I provide a non-judgmental, active, caring environment to enable you to make positive changes. COUPLES: Do you feel stuck in the "crazy cycle"? Communication issues are often at the core of relationships. Therapy can help you master the art of communication. My therapeutic approach is supported by the most recent research and discoveries from experts in the psychology field. I have witnessed many couples flourish and transform."
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"Therapy can help you remove unwanted behaviors and restore joy and fulfillment to your life. Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship issues or impact from trauma? I provide a non-judgmental, active, caring environment to enable you to make positive changes. COUPLES: Do you feel stuck in the "crazy cycle"? Communication issues are often at the core of relationships. Therapy can help you master the art of communication. My therapeutic approach is supported by the most recent research and discoveries from experts in the psychology field. I have witnessed many couples flourish and transform."
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"Thanks for taking a look at my profile. Originally in practice on the East Coast, I've spent the last decade helping adults, adolescents, and couples overcome difficulties and live more fulfilling lives. Since my days in graduate school, I've maintained a strong interest in understanding how psychotherapy can promote deep and lasting change in a time-efficient way. I approach psychotherapy from the belief that all human beings have the potential for healing and self-righting, and the way that we tap into that potential begins with building a secure and collaborative therapeutic relationship."
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"Thanks for taking a look at my profile. Originally in practice on the East Coast, I've spent the last decade helping adults, adolescents, and couples overcome difficulties and live more fulfilling lives. Since my days in graduate school, I've maintained a strong interest in understanding how psychotherapy can promote deep and lasting change in a time-efficient way. I approach psychotherapy from the belief that all human beings have the potential for healing and self-righting, and the way that we tap into that potential begins with building a secure and collaborative therapeutic relationship."

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