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"Why go to therapy? You might seek therapy when experiencing a lot of emotional pain or stress, maybe even confusion about a situation or yourself. Life throws curve balls. Bad things happen. One goal of therapy is to relieve anxiety, and every session should give you greater understanding of the issue and should bring relief—whatever the issue may be. You might feel alone and maybe overwhelmed about personal concerns—that’s normal. The therapy room is a place of understanding and acceptance, a place for positive problem solving, and allows for all feelings and thoughts: a place you can enter and feel safe and hopeful."
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"Why go to therapy? You might seek therapy when experiencing a lot of emotional pain or stress, maybe even confusion about a situation or yourself. Life throws curve balls. Bad things happen. One goal of therapy is to relieve anxiety, and every session should give you greater understanding of the issue and should bring relief—whatever the issue may be. You might feel alone and maybe overwhelmed about personal concerns—that’s normal. The therapy room is a place of understanding and acceptance, a place for positive problem solving, and allows for all feelings and thoughts: a place you can enter and feel safe and hopeful."
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"My lived experience as a primary and long-distance caregiver, coupled with over 14-years of counseling experience, provides me with the foundational knowledge, clinical experience, and compassion needed to validate and empower clients serving as caregivers for family members living with a chronic or terminal illness; often without the support needed to maintain their own mental health wellness. More specifically, I counsel middle-aged adults who are now serving as their parents’ primary caregiver—a role-reversal few are prepared for especially if there is a history of unreported sibling physical and sexual abuse. "
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"My lived experience as a primary and long-distance caregiver, coupled with over 14-years of counseling experience, provides me with the foundational knowledge, clinical experience, and compassion needed to validate and empower clients serving as caregivers for family members living with a chronic or terminal illness; often without the support needed to maintain their own mental health wellness. More specifically, I counsel middle-aged adults who are now serving as their parents’ primary caregiver—a role-reversal few are prepared for especially if there is a history of unreported sibling physical and sexual abuse. "
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""Inhale. Exhale. Repeat." Simple things help us focus while the perspective of another gently reminds us who we really are. As a provider of mental health services for over 30 years and a middle-aged woman, I am able to provide insight through my professional and personal experience. Therapeutic techniques are based in the mindfulness model. My experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults, individually, in groups, and within families. I look forward to meeting you."
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""Inhale. Exhale. Repeat." Simple things help us focus while the perspective of another gently reminds us who we really are. As a provider of mental health services for over 30 years and a middle-aged woman, I am able to provide insight through my professional and personal experience. Therapeutic techniques are based in the mindfulness model. My experience includes working with children, adolescents, and adults, individually, in groups, and within families. I look forward to meeting you."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, SUD-P, MAC
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"Approaching Authenticity: Life presents challenges that can feel like barriers to our true selves. Whether struggling to cope with major life changes, managing feelings, substance abuse issues, sense of self, relationships, or "feeling OK in my own skin," we can all benefit from a therapeutic relationship. My role is to help people find perspective, empower people to take steps to make positive change, and provide a safe, supportive atmosphere that is free of judgment. My approach is client-centered, strength-perspective, and I work to create a therapeutic relationship in which people can discover and take actions appropriate to improve one's life."
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"Approaching Authenticity: Life presents challenges that can feel like barriers to our true selves. Whether struggling to cope with major life changes, managing feelings, substance abuse issues, sense of self, relationships, or "feeling OK in my own skin," we can all benefit from a therapeutic relationship. My role is to help people find perspective, empower people to take steps to make positive change, and provide a safe, supportive atmosphere that is free of judgment. My approach is client-centered, strength-perspective, and I work to create a therapeutic relationship in which people can discover and take actions appropriate to improve one's life."
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"It is my mission to provide a safe space in which you can explore, grow, heal, and come to know yourself in a deep and meaningful way. I believe that each person has the inherent ability to recover from trauma and suffering in their life and, with the right tools, you can find adaptive methods to overcome even the most difficult stuck points. My goal is to support you as you explore your inner journey, rebuild your relationship with yourself, and to teach you the skills to resolve entrenched barriers preventing whole-body wellness. Therefore counseling with me is often a journey inward to rediscover yourself and your strengths."
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"It is my mission to provide a safe space in which you can explore, grow, heal, and come to know yourself in a deep and meaningful way. I believe that each person has the inherent ability to recover from trauma and suffering in their life and, with the right tools, you can find adaptive methods to overcome even the most difficult stuck points. My goal is to support you as you explore your inner journey, rebuild your relationship with yourself, and to teach you the skills to resolve entrenched barriers preventing whole-body wellness. Therefore counseling with me is often a journey inward to rediscover yourself and your strengths."
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"I am a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst with over 20 years of experience working with adolescents and adults in individual, couples and family therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process in which we work to understand and resolve the symptoms and issues that may impede your personal growth and development, and relationships. People frequently seek assistance because they experience anxiety, self-doubt, loneliness, rage, emptiness, sadness or dissatisfaction in their lives and relationships. Therapy offers a safe and secure environment in which to identify and transform feelings and thoughts as well as to change maladaptive patterns of relating."
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"I am a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst with over 20 years of experience working with adolescents and adults in individual, couples and family therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process in which we work to understand and resolve the symptoms and issues that may impede your personal growth and development, and relationships. People frequently seek assistance because they experience anxiety, self-doubt, loneliness, rage, emptiness, sadness or dissatisfaction in their lives and relationships. Therapy offers a safe and secure environment in which to identify and transform feelings and thoughts as well as to change maladaptive patterns of relating."
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"I enjoy helping couples, families and individuals in working on relationship issues and concerns in a wide variety of areas these may be facing or dealing with. Some of the issues I can help with include depression, anxiety, health and medical problems, grief, loss, transitions, adjustment, self-esteem, troubled/at-risk youth or children, marriage and couple relationship issues, step-families, relationship concerns, sexual issues, teen concerns, child development, sibling and extended family concerns, and more. I work with clients on their issues and help them attain their goals. I focus on strengths, successes, emotions, thoughts and feelings in helping them."
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"I enjoy helping couples, families and individuals in working on relationship issues and concerns in a wide variety of areas these may be facing or dealing with. Some of the issues I can help with include depression, anxiety, health and medical problems, grief, loss, transitions, adjustment, self-esteem, troubled/at-risk youth or children, marriage and couple relationship issues, step-families, relationship concerns, sexual issues, teen concerns, child development, sibling and extended family concerns, and more. I work with clients on their issues and help them attain their goals. I focus on strengths, successes, emotions, thoughts and feelings in helping them."
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"I have a bachelor’s degree in social work from Stockton State University in Pomona NJ and a master’s degree in mental health Counseling from City University in Bellevue WA. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist through the WA state Department of Health. I have over 15 years of experience in varied mental health counseling settings I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Suicide Assessment and Treatment. "
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"I have a bachelor’s degree in social work from Stockton State University in Pomona NJ and a master’s degree in mental health Counseling from City University in Bellevue WA. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist through the WA state Department of Health. I have over 15 years of experience in varied mental health counseling settings I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Suicide Assessment and Treatment. "
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"No one seeks therapy for the same reasons. We all have our different stories and challenges, and external and internal influences. It takes courage to take that first step and reach out. It really does. My goal is always to meet every client with compassion. I value and appreciate the courage it takes to open up and talk about stress in your life, relationship difficulties, regrets, and challenges. I consider it an honor to sit with clients, hear your story, and help you realize your inner-strengths."
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"No one seeks therapy for the same reasons. We all have our different stories and challenges, and external and internal influences. It takes courage to take that first step and reach out. It really does. My goal is always to meet every client with compassion. I value and appreciate the courage it takes to open up and talk about stress in your life, relationship difficulties, regrets, and challenges. I consider it an honor to sit with clients, hear your story, and help you realize your inner-strengths."
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"Welcome to my practice. I know that taking the first step to therapy can be scary. I want to create a safe space for my clients to feel comfortable opening up and exploring what issues are bringing them in to therapy. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients from many different backgrounds. I enjoy getting to know the client as an individual and use a wide range of techniques specific to that individual. I want my clients to feel secure and know that they are not being judged in my presence. I enjoy making a difference in the lives of my clients and helping them achieve their goals."
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"Welcome to my practice. I know that taking the first step to therapy can be scary. I want to create a safe space for my clients to feel comfortable opening up and exploring what issues are bringing them in to therapy. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients from many different backgrounds. I enjoy getting to know the client as an individual and use a wide range of techniques specific to that individual. I want my clients to feel secure and know that they are not being judged in my presence. I enjoy making a difference in the lives of my clients and helping them achieve their goals."
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"I help individuals and families gain insight into the way they perceive and interact with their world. My hope is that through this self-awareness, my clients feel more empowered to face the challenging demands of their lives. As a first generation Asian-American, I can relate to the challenges that many clients face when having to navigate a new set of rules and culture. My passion includes helping adolescents and young adults define their identities, cope with physical, emotional and psychological changes, and adjust to the demands of peers, school, and society. "
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"I help individuals and families gain insight into the way they perceive and interact with their world. My hope is that through this self-awareness, my clients feel more empowered to face the challenging demands of their lives. As a first generation Asian-American, I can relate to the challenges that many clients face when having to navigate a new set of rules and culture. My passion includes helping adolescents and young adults define their identities, cope with physical, emotional and psychological changes, and adjust to the demands of peers, school, and society. "
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"Vulnerability is one of humanity’s greatest strengths. The human capacity to heal, regenerate, and transform is remarkable. I take a holistic approach, mind, body, and spirit, treating the whole person. I consider therapy a partnership, a strong therapeutic alliance, collaborative in nature, where connection and rapport are essential to the therapeutic process. I create a safe, nonjudgmental space, where you can explore the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may impact your life. I believe that resiliency is a flexible strength and that building resiliency is a key to recovery. "
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"Vulnerability is one of humanity’s greatest strengths. The human capacity to heal, regenerate, and transform is remarkable. I take a holistic approach, mind, body, and spirit, treating the whole person. I consider therapy a partnership, a strong therapeutic alliance, collaborative in nature, where connection and rapport are essential to the therapeutic process. I create a safe, nonjudgmental space, where you can explore the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may impact your life. I believe that resiliency is a flexible strength and that building resiliency is a key to recovery. "
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"My name is Kayla Szykowny, and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington and New York. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, or general stressors related to life changes, I am here to help. Making the decision to seek counseling can be a difficult one. Will it work for me? What will people think? How does it even work? These are very common questions that arise for people, and that's normal! Whether it be your first time in counseling or your 4th, I'm sure there are many goals that can be achieved order to live a more healthy and fulfilling life. "
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"My name is Kayla Szykowny, and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington and New York. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD, or general stressors related to life changes, I am here to help. Making the decision to seek counseling can be a difficult one. Will it work for me? What will people think? How does it even work? These are very common questions that arise for people, and that's normal! Whether it be your first time in counseling or your 4th, I'm sure there are many goals that can be achieved order to live a more healthy and fulfilling life. "
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Counselor, LMHC, SUDP, CN, 500-RYT
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"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Substance Use Disorder Professional, Certified Nutritionist and Register Yoga Teacher. I am focused on supporting my client’s through their struggles with a diverse and client-centered approach. Our lives are complex. Many factors can contribute to how we feel and how we are able to face challenge. As a therapist, I draw on the connection between the mind, body and emotion. "
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"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Substance Use Disorder Professional, Certified Nutritionist and Register Yoga Teacher. I am focused on supporting my client’s through their struggles with a diverse and client-centered approach. Our lives are complex. Many factors can contribute to how we feel and how we are able to face challenge. As a therapist, I draw on the connection between the mind, body and emotion. "
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"I have worked in community mental health since 2012. I have a lot of experience working with most disorders in the DSM-5. I have worked with clients that have anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other disorders. My ideal client is anyone that wants to make a change in their life and is willing to do the work it takes to achieve their goals. I work with clients to do a comprehensive assessment where I supply a diagnosis or diagnoses. From there treatment begins. I use a wide array of treatments. My main mode of therapy is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)."
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"I have worked in community mental health since 2012. I have a lot of experience working with most disorders in the DSM-5. I have worked with clients that have anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other disorders. My ideal client is anyone that wants to make a change in their life and is willing to do the work it takes to achieve their goals. I work with clients to do a comprehensive assessment where I supply a diagnosis or diagnoses. From there treatment begins. I use a wide array of treatments. My main mode of therapy is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)."
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"I have found success working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and complex trauma."
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"I have found success working with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, and complex trauma."
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"I am passionate about working with individuals and families. Navigating live's challenges can be really intimidating amidst the stressors of life, especially when they all start piling up and ways you used to cope before stop working. Before giving up, try seeking help from a qualified professional and learn new ways of understanding and interacting with your environment. By identifying and working through barriers, new patterns can be learned, and healing experiences can be found. Resources can be gained and emotional resilience can be improved. You can find the harmony you desire within your life, and it starts here. "
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"I am passionate about working with individuals and families. Navigating live's challenges can be really intimidating amidst the stressors of life, especially when they all start piling up and ways you used to cope before stop working. Before giving up, try seeking help from a qualified professional and learn new ways of understanding and interacting with your environment. By identifying and working through barriers, new patterns can be learned, and healing experiences can be found. Resources can be gained and emotional resilience can be improved. You can find the harmony you desire within your life, and it starts here. "
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"As a therapist, I believe it is a great privilege and honor to be a part of the journey through an individual's most challenging and rewarding life experiences. It takes a great deal of courage to seek therapy and look inward to face the parts of ourselves we may be uncomfortable admitting exist. Within every individual is the power to heal themselves and working collaboratively in therapy will help facilitate that realization. My approach focuses on building resilience and hope through a blend of modalities including but not limited to Gestalt, attachment-based, emotion-focused, and existential therapy."
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"As a therapist, I believe it is a great privilege and honor to be a part of the journey through an individual's most challenging and rewarding life experiences. It takes a great deal of courage to seek therapy and look inward to face the parts of ourselves we may be uncomfortable admitting exist. Within every individual is the power to heal themselves and working collaboratively in therapy will help facilitate that realization. My approach focuses on building resilience and hope through a blend of modalities including but not limited to Gestalt, attachment-based, emotion-focused, and existential therapy."
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"I am dually licensed in mental health and chemical dependency. In addition to this, I am also nationally licensed in the area of problem gambling. This dual licensing provides me with the skills and experience to specialize in addiction related issues, as well as mental health issues such as recovery from depression and anxiety. My areas of specialty include co-occurring issues, relational issues, female specific issues, trauma issues, depression & anxiety issues, life transitional issues and self-esteem work, grief and loss, and working with adolescents. "
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"I am dually licensed in mental health and chemical dependency. In addition to this, I am also nationally licensed in the area of problem gambling. This dual licensing provides me with the skills and experience to specialize in addiction related issues, as well as mental health issues such as recovery from depression and anxiety. My areas of specialty include co-occurring issues, relational issues, female specific issues, trauma issues, depression & anxiety issues, life transitional issues and self-esteem work, grief and loss, and working with adolescents. "
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"Welcome!! Do you struggle with your emotions? Are you anxious? Have you had trauma? Do you struggle with parenting? Maybe communicating with or connecting to others is a challenge. If any of these describe you, then you're in the right place! I do have a small private practice (Currently Full), but I also run groups that are very healing, supportive, and educational! As a neuroscience-informed therapist, psychoeducator, and Certified Group Psychotherapist, I know how to create groups that are safe, nurturing, and empower lasting and positive change. Contact me for a FREE online "Meet-and-greet" to get more information."
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"Welcome!! Do you struggle with your emotions? Are you anxious? Have you had trauma? Do you struggle with parenting? Maybe communicating with or connecting to others is a challenge. If any of these describe you, then you're in the right place! I do have a small private practice (Currently Full), but I also run groups that are very healing, supportive, and educational! As a neuroscience-informed therapist, psychoeducator, and Certified Group Psychotherapist, I know how to create groups that are safe, nurturing, and empower lasting and positive change. Contact me for a FREE online "Meet-and-greet" to get more information."

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