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"Anxiety is awful. Most people just do not understand how difficult it is to live with chronic worry, panic attacks, or obsessive thoughts that force ritualistic behavior. Gladly, most people will never have to know how horrible it is to have nagging obsessive thoughts, or fear of panic in public places. The variety of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (CBT) like Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) are quite effective in increasing distress tolerance, reducing anxiety, and eliminating the dysfunctional behaviors that accompany it."
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"Anxiety is awful. Most people just do not understand how difficult it is to live with chronic worry, panic attacks, or obsessive thoughts that force ritualistic behavior. Gladly, most people will never have to know how horrible it is to have nagging obsessive thoughts, or fear of panic in public places. The variety of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (CBT) like Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) are quite effective in increasing distress tolerance, reducing anxiety, and eliminating the dysfunctional behaviors that accompany it."
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"There's a certain feeling of a "click" when someone really gets what you're saying; that is the bedrock of therapy as I practice it. I'll keep an eye out for your signs that you're not feeling heard, and encourage you to start to say things like, "That's not what I meant," "That doesn't really resonate with me," or even "I'm still feeling alone." I hope that from a base of a strong understanding, we will develop the space to re-examine some of your assumptions and consider your difficulties from new angles. As a queer woman and avid feminist, I will also ask us to look at how your personal experience fits into systemic oppression. "
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"There's a certain feeling of a "click" when someone really gets what you're saying; that is the bedrock of therapy as I practice it. I'll keep an eye out for your signs that you're not feeling heard, and encourage you to start to say things like, "That's not what I meant," "That doesn't really resonate with me," or even "I'm still feeling alone." I hope that from a base of a strong understanding, we will develop the space to re-examine some of your assumptions and consider your difficulties from new angles. As a queer woman and avid feminist, I will also ask us to look at how your personal experience fits into systemic oppression. "
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"Evelina has worked as a licensed chaplain, completing 5 units of Clinical Pastoral education while sharing the experience of journeying alongside U.S. military personnel and their families. She specializes in caring for individuals suffering from grief, loss, and religious trauma. Her practice also support pastoral leaders and those incarcerated. "
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"Evelina has worked as a licensed chaplain, completing 5 units of Clinical Pastoral education while sharing the experience of journeying alongside U.S. military personnel and their families. She specializes in caring for individuals suffering from grief, loss, and religious trauma. Her practice also support pastoral leaders and those incarcerated. "
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"Life can be filled with frustrations, pain, and trials beyond our expectations. These can impair our ability to live positive and productive lives, or have positive successful relationships. It is my goal to assist those dealing with such issues to work through them, move beyond, and find a happier and more comfortable place to begin to put their lives on the path they most desire. To enable them to find comfort and control in a world that may cause them to feel like they are being tossed around at the whim of the next wind or next wave."
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"Life can be filled with frustrations, pain, and trials beyond our expectations. These can impair our ability to live positive and productive lives, or have positive successful relationships. It is my goal to assist those dealing with such issues to work through them, move beyond, and find a happier and more comfortable place to begin to put their lives on the path they most desire. To enable them to find comfort and control in a world that may cause them to feel like they are being tossed around at the whim of the next wind or next wave."
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist my approach is systemic and strength-based. I believe in human connection as the most important factor to our own happiness and the health of families and communities. In my work with clients we strive to identify the unique strengths and abilities that will help them cope with life's challenges and build stronger relationships."
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"As a Marriage and Family Therapist my approach is systemic and strength-based. I believe in human connection as the most important factor to our own happiness and the health of families and communities. In my work with clients we strive to identify the unique strengths and abilities that will help them cope with life's challenges and build stronger relationships."
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"Change is hard, and everyone needs support. I help my clients by providing an open and safe space for you to talk through your concerns and focus on you. Whether you are going through a change, loss, illness, or just feel stuck, counseling can help. Through therapy, you can gain insight into your thoughts, emotions and behavior, and access tools to address challenges you face."
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"Change is hard, and everyone needs support. I help my clients by providing an open and safe space for you to talk through your concerns and focus on you. Whether you are going through a change, loss, illness, or just feel stuck, counseling can help. Through therapy, you can gain insight into your thoughts, emotions and behavior, and access tools to address challenges you face."
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"Is your teen often withdrawn, depressed, or angry? Failing at school, acting out at home, causing you sleepless nights? I know it's hard to see your child hurting when they refuse to tell you why. You fear the worst. Parenting was easier when they were small. Kids today are dealing with their feelings in ways that create more problems - self harm, drugs, bullying, sexual pressures are all too common. You're afraid, and I'm here help your child and family deal with the difficult emotions, and unhealthy choices spurred by peer influences or poor judgment. There is hope."
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"Is your teen often withdrawn, depressed, or angry? Failing at school, acting out at home, causing you sleepless nights? I know it's hard to see your child hurting when they refuse to tell you why. You fear the worst. Parenting was easier when they were small. Kids today are dealing with their feelings in ways that create more problems - self harm, drugs, bullying, sexual pressures are all too common. You're afraid, and I'm here help your child and family deal with the difficult emotions, and unhealthy choices spurred by peer influences or poor judgment. There is hope."
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"Struggling in your relationship? Communication problems, stuck, or lost in quiet desperation? Relationship Counseling can help. Whether you have been together for decades or are in a new relationship, I find Emotionally Focused Therapy to be the most effective and efficient way back to restoring trust and loving connection. As a Relationship Counselor, I help with problems like arguing, infidelity, parenting, divorce, remarriage, and blended families. I also work with family groupings and other relationship combinations. Looking for Individual Counseling? I provide therapy for anxiety, loneliness, depression, and forms of trauma. "
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"Struggling in your relationship? Communication problems, stuck, or lost in quiet desperation? Relationship Counseling can help. Whether you have been together for decades or are in a new relationship, I find Emotionally Focused Therapy to be the most effective and efficient way back to restoring trust and loving connection. As a Relationship Counselor, I help with problems like arguing, infidelity, parenting, divorce, remarriage, and blended families. I also work with family groupings and other relationship combinations. Looking for Individual Counseling? I provide therapy for anxiety, loneliness, depression, and forms of trauma. "
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"You may feel anxious, sad, or frustrated, and wonder how in the world you ended up here. If you feel stressed and exhausted, working on yourself can be hard to begin and tough to maintain, especially if you're busy with work or family. Feelings can be difficult, change can take a long time, and we can sometimes feel like a burden to others. It could be that you're trying to figure out what to say, what to do, or where to go. You might be trying to figure out what's wrong and how to change it so you can be a more confident, happier version of yourself. Maybe you're ready to explore what it means to be you and what you want in life."
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"You may feel anxious, sad, or frustrated, and wonder how in the world you ended up here. If you feel stressed and exhausted, working on yourself can be hard to begin and tough to maintain, especially if you're busy with work or family. Feelings can be difficult, change can take a long time, and we can sometimes feel like a burden to others. It could be that you're trying to figure out what to say, what to do, or where to go. You might be trying to figure out what's wrong and how to change it so you can be a more confident, happier version of yourself. Maybe you're ready to explore what it means to be you and what you want in life."
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"Wouldn't you agree that good healthy relationships are one of the greatest joys in life? When our relationships with those who are most important to us are going well, life seems at its best. But these relationships can become broken and cause us pain. Relationships take time, effort, careful handling and real love. The good news is relationships can heal, and there's help to get you there. As a marriage and family therapist, I most enjoy helping couples and families navigate life's challenges through learning new skills to get to the relationships they desire."
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"Wouldn't you agree that good healthy relationships are one of the greatest joys in life? When our relationships with those who are most important to us are going well, life seems at its best. But these relationships can become broken and cause us pain. Relationships take time, effort, careful handling and real love. The good news is relationships can heal, and there's help to get you there. As a marriage and family therapist, I most enjoy helping couples and families navigate life's challenges through learning new skills to get to the relationships they desire."
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"As a therapist, it is my mission to help you live a joyful, vibrant life, even if you are facing life circumstances or mental health issues that are less than ideal. I specialize in helping individuals and couples, and have experience helping with compulsive sexual behavior, ADHD/ADD, depression, OCD, anxiety, and/or PTSD resulting from abusive situations. I also help couples who feel as though they no longer "connect" or who don't feel as close as they once felt. I believe you have the strength to reach your goals, and lead a joyful life."
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"As a therapist, it is my mission to help you live a joyful, vibrant life, even if you are facing life circumstances or mental health issues that are less than ideal. I specialize in helping individuals and couples, and have experience helping with compulsive sexual behavior, ADHD/ADD, depression, OCD, anxiety, and/or PTSD resulting from abusive situations. I also help couples who feel as though they no longer "connect" or who don't feel as close as they once felt. I believe you have the strength to reach your goals, and lead a joyful life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LICSW
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"Most people experience times in their lives where circumstances create an experience of stress, anxiety, grief, depression, health challenges, disruption in relationships, or other concerns that ultimately lead to a desire for change. Sometimes, at these times of transition, it can be helpful to have a guide who is not just a family member or friend; a guide who can help by offering new ideas, help to create concrete goals, and move toward positive change. My intent will be to facilitate that process for you. I believe in addressing the “whole person”: mind, body, emotions, and spirit, in ways that fit you and your needs."
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"Most people experience times in their lives where circumstances create an experience of stress, anxiety, grief, depression, health challenges, disruption in relationships, or other concerns that ultimately lead to a desire for change. Sometimes, at these times of transition, it can be helpful to have a guide who is not just a family member or friend; a guide who can help by offering new ideas, help to create concrete goals, and move toward positive change. My intent will be to facilitate that process for you. I believe in addressing the “whole person”: mind, body, emotions, and spirit, in ways that fit you and your needs."
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"Life can be hard; therapy will help you remove roadblocks & work toward a happier you. Many people have answers to their challenges within them but are blocked by overwhelm & self-doubt. For many, our childhood wasn't perfect. Examining that foundation, deciding what parts of it you want to continue carrying, and what parts you want to let go of can help you toward a calmer and happier life. If you're feeling stressed out or stuck, let's find out what's at the root of those emotions so you can get to a happier & healthier life."
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"Life can be hard; therapy will help you remove roadblocks & work toward a happier you. Many people have answers to their challenges within them but are blocked by overwhelm & self-doubt. For many, our childhood wasn't perfect. Examining that foundation, deciding what parts of it you want to continue carrying, and what parts you want to let go of can help you toward a calmer and happier life. If you're feeling stressed out or stuck, let's find out what's at the root of those emotions so you can get to a happier & healthier life."
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"Story, not facts, make up the world. Stories touch something that is human in us. The facts are, for example, that you may have experienced a great loss. You may have trouble getting along with your peers or are having relationship issues and you’re not sure what to do about it. The only way we can make sense out of life is through stories. They tell us about who we are, what is possible for us, and what we might call upon. They remind us we’re not alone. Therapy is like taking time to learn your story. There are resources, both within us and in the larger world, that may help us better navigate challenges. "
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"Story, not facts, make up the world. Stories touch something that is human in us. The facts are, for example, that you may have experienced a great loss. You may have trouble getting along with your peers or are having relationship issues and you’re not sure what to do about it. The only way we can make sense out of life is through stories. They tell us about who we are, what is possible for us, and what we might call upon. They remind us we’re not alone. Therapy is like taking time to learn your story. There are resources, both within us and in the larger world, that may help us better navigate challenges. "
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"Life can be filled with twists and turns that may leave you feeling lost or overwhelmed about choosing where to go next, but there is always hope. Whether you've experienced a complex trauma, relational issues with family or a significant other, or are just having trouble adjusting to a new stressor in life, therapy can be the medium you use to gain insight into what is causing those blockades and to gain access to tools that can help you address the challenges you face."
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"Life can be filled with twists and turns that may leave you feeling lost or overwhelmed about choosing where to go next, but there is always hope. Whether you've experienced a complex trauma, relational issues with family or a significant other, or are just having trouble adjusting to a new stressor in life, therapy can be the medium you use to gain insight into what is causing those blockades and to gain access to tools that can help you address the challenges you face."
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"Coming to the realization that you are facing challenges that cannot be remedied on your own may feel confusing, frightening and overwhelming. I provide empathy, compassion, and a safe place for you to explore the connection between your thoughts, emotions and behaviors. My approach is holistic and focuses on increasing your overall sense of wellness, as you work towards overcoming unhealthy life patterns that have left you feeling stuck and defeated. Counseling is a collaborative process. Together, we will define your goals, and develop a plan of action to assist you in moving towards the life you desire and deserve."
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"Coming to the realization that you are facing challenges that cannot be remedied on your own may feel confusing, frightening and overwhelming. I provide empathy, compassion, and a safe place for you to explore the connection between your thoughts, emotions and behaviors. My approach is holistic and focuses on increasing your overall sense of wellness, as you work towards overcoming unhealthy life patterns that have left you feeling stuck and defeated. Counseling is a collaborative process. Together, we will define your goals, and develop a plan of action to assist you in moving towards the life you desire and deserve."
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"I am primarily a cognitive-behavioral therapist, but I incorporate other approaches to provide my clients with an individualized plan for recovery. I will help you recognize how thoughts (cognitions) and actions (behaviors) create and maintain patterns in daily living. I combine many aspects of dialectical behavior therapy into my work with clients. This kind of therapy offers specific skills to enhance emotional regulation, develop effective interpersonal relationship skills, and ways to tolerate distress in daily living. I often use psycho-education so you can make informed choices about different ways of thinking, feeling, and acting."
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"I am primarily a cognitive-behavioral therapist, but I incorporate other approaches to provide my clients with an individualized plan for recovery. I will help you recognize how thoughts (cognitions) and actions (behaviors) create and maintain patterns in daily living. I combine many aspects of dialectical behavior therapy into my work with clients. This kind of therapy offers specific skills to enhance emotional regulation, develop effective interpersonal relationship skills, and ways to tolerate distress in daily living. I often use psycho-education so you can make informed choices about different ways of thinking, feeling, and acting."
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"My therapeutic orientation is best described as a holistic and comprehensive approach to counseling. I find that developing insight about the nature of one's problems within the context of an empathetic and collaborative therapeutic relationship, can lead to healthier relationships and a more satisfying life. I tailor my treatment approach to best fit the needs and desires of my clients. Some of these approaches may include: Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution-Focused, Client-Centered, Mindfulness practices, and Strength-based interventions. My hope is to help people recognize that life is a continual balance between stability and growth through acceptance and actualization."
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"My therapeutic orientation is best described as a holistic and comprehensive approach to counseling. I find that developing insight about the nature of one's problems within the context of an empathetic and collaborative therapeutic relationship, can lead to healthier relationships and a more satisfying life. I tailor my treatment approach to best fit the needs and desires of my clients. Some of these approaches may include: Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution-Focused, Client-Centered, Mindfulness practices, and Strength-based interventions. My hope is to help people recognize that life is a continual balance between stability and growth through acceptance and actualization."
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"Have you been struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, or substance use? Have your struggles become more difficult to deal with than before. I understand how at different times the stresses of life can become overwhelming. I'd like to help support you in finding new coping skills and ways to manage what can otherwise seem to be overpowering struggles."
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"Have you been struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, or substance use? Have your struggles become more difficult to deal with than before. I understand how at different times the stresses of life can become overwhelming. I'd like to help support you in finding new coping skills and ways to manage what can otherwise seem to be overpowering struggles."
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"I am committed to helping people get the results they want quickly and effectively. Toward that end, I have studied a broad range of therapeutic approaches, and I endeavor to tailor my work with you to meet your specific needs and temperament. Through my studies and experience, I have learned that the Unconscious Mind is a great resource, full of all our life's learnings, experiences, and wisdom, and that it can be enlisted in the quest for emotional healing, personal growth, and creating lasting changes in one's life."
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"I am committed to helping people get the results they want quickly and effectively. Toward that end, I have studied a broad range of therapeutic approaches, and I endeavor to tailor my work with you to meet your specific needs and temperament. Through my studies and experience, I have learned that the Unconscious Mind is a great resource, full of all our life's learnings, experiences, and wisdom, and that it can be enlisted in the quest for emotional healing, personal growth, and creating lasting changes in one's life."

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