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"I am always very supportive and understanding of my clients' needs. I have strong, positive words of support when clients are lacking in confidence or not being able to see the bigger picture. I am a firm believer that we ONLY change and grown when we actually make a conscious decision to do so. "
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"I am always very supportive and understanding of my clients' needs. I have strong, positive words of support when clients are lacking in confidence or not being able to see the bigger picture. I am a firm believer that we ONLY change and grown when we actually make a conscious decision to do so. "
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"My hope is that you leave our session, having felt listened to and heard, in a way you might not have experienced before. My approach is collaborative - it will feel conversational in style, will always involve humor and I'll ask questions to help you recognize themes in your experience and your bodily sense. I work from the stance that psychologists are often too quick to consider individuals' concerns solely as matters of personal psychology. There is a growing trend to think more holistically, socially, and politically about our experience. Our symptoms (sadness, worry, etc.) must be addressed"
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"My hope is that you leave our session, having felt listened to and heard, in a way you might not have experienced before. My approach is collaborative - it will feel conversational in style, will always involve humor and I'll ask questions to help you recognize themes in your experience and your bodily sense. I work from the stance that psychologists are often too quick to consider individuals' concerns solely as matters of personal psychology. There is a growing trend to think more holistically, socially, and politically about our experience. Our symptoms (sadness, worry, etc.) must be addressed"
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"I enjoy working with individuals and families that have been met with challenges that may seem too great to overcome alone. I want to work with those clients struggling to adjust to changes in their life or lifestyle or seek a deeper understanding of how they interact with their world. I thrive in working with clients that have interest in improving their interpersonal connections whether that be within the nuclear family, work peers, or in the community. I seek to work with individuals that struggle to understand why they interact with themselves and others the way they do because that is the core of wellness. "
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"I enjoy working with individuals and families that have been met with challenges that may seem too great to overcome alone. I want to work with those clients struggling to adjust to changes in their life or lifestyle or seek a deeper understanding of how they interact with their world. I thrive in working with clients that have interest in improving their interpersonal connections whether that be within the nuclear family, work peers, or in the community. I seek to work with individuals that struggle to understand why they interact with themselves and others the way they do because that is the core of wellness. "
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"I love my work. I love to hear people’s stories about what makes them feel alive and what inspires them. I love helping people to feel more connected to their environment and trusting of themselves in the process. What fascinates me about the healing process in psychotherapy is reflecting upon the vulnerable, groundless mystery of the human journey and the endless revelations of the unguarded heart. The focus of my work is on the unique story and experience of each individual. My approach can differ in some ways from standard talk therapy. "
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"I love my work. I love to hear people’s stories about what makes them feel alive and what inspires them. I love helping people to feel more connected to their environment and trusting of themselves in the process. What fascinates me about the healing process in psychotherapy is reflecting upon the vulnerable, groundless mystery of the human journey and the endless revelations of the unguarded heart. The focus of my work is on the unique story and experience of each individual. My approach can differ in some ways from standard talk therapy. "
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"We all face challenges, struggles, and uncertainties in life. Taking the steps towards making changes can be hard, but it is possible. I invite you to therapy if you are struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety depression, relationship issues, or feeling stuck in life. Therapy can provide you a safe and private space where you can focus on yourself and gain clarity in life. It could provide you tools to help build a healthier relationship with yourself and with others. "
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"We all face challenges, struggles, and uncertainties in life. Taking the steps towards making changes can be hard, but it is possible. I invite you to therapy if you are struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety depression, relationship issues, or feeling stuck in life. Therapy can provide you a safe and private space where you can focus on yourself and gain clarity in life. It could provide you tools to help build a healthier relationship with yourself and with others. "
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"My therapeutic approach centers around our relationship. Research shows (and I firmly believe) that the relationship between therapist and client lays the groundwork for change. Within this relationship, I use a person-centered and collaborative approach to get to know you individually, help you identify your values, and build on your existing strengths to address your goals. "
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"My therapeutic approach centers around our relationship. Research shows (and I firmly believe) that the relationship between therapist and client lays the groundwork for change. Within this relationship, I use a person-centered and collaborative approach to get to know you individually, help you identify your values, and build on your existing strengths to address your goals. "
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"My ideal client is someone who is willing to step outside the box of what is familiar and risk meeting themselves in a new and authentic way. I enjoy working with those who love learning and are open to taking an active approach to healing and changing things in their lives that are no longer working. My role is to listen, witness, encourage, nurture, support, challenge, and invite you to participate in your own life adventure with creativity, spontaneity, and integrity. I take a collaborative approach to the issues and concerns presented and together work toward solutions and change."
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"My ideal client is someone who is willing to step outside the box of what is familiar and risk meeting themselves in a new and authentic way. I enjoy working with those who love learning and are open to taking an active approach to healing and changing things in their lives that are no longer working. My role is to listen, witness, encourage, nurture, support, challenge, and invite you to participate in your own life adventure with creativity, spontaneity, and integrity. I take a collaborative approach to the issues and concerns presented and together work toward solutions and change."
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"Are you longing for a deeply connected relationship, a sense of personal direction and enlivenment? Perhaps you struggle with parenting concerns or ways to balance a busy life? I can offer spirited, steady guidance as you build clarity, motivation and momentum. Learn to develop and trust your intuitive wisdom...Become an excellent communicator...Practice new skills that enhance your capacity to find joy and chase your dreams. I want to hear your story...a new day is closer than you think."
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"Are you longing for a deeply connected relationship, a sense of personal direction and enlivenment? Perhaps you struggle with parenting concerns or ways to balance a busy life? I can offer spirited, steady guidance as you build clarity, motivation and momentum. Learn to develop and trust your intuitive wisdom...Become an excellent communicator...Practice new skills that enhance your capacity to find joy and chase your dreams. I want to hear your story...a new day is closer than you think."
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"I'm an individual and family therapist who enjoys helping adolescents and adults cope with life changes and traumatic experiences. Some issues I help clients with include: healing from abuse, divorce, school difficulties, parenting challenges, domestic violence, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, and coping with chronic illness. I work to provide my clients with a safe and comfortable space to talk as well as to provide them with tools to help get through difficult times and situations. I am experienced in working with clients from the LGBTQ community, as well as those in non-traditional family/relationship structures."
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"I'm an individual and family therapist who enjoys helping adolescents and adults cope with life changes and traumatic experiences. Some issues I help clients with include: healing from abuse, divorce, school difficulties, parenting challenges, domestic violence, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, and coping with chronic illness. I work to provide my clients with a safe and comfortable space to talk as well as to provide them with tools to help get through difficult times and situations. I am experienced in working with clients from the LGBTQ community, as well as those in non-traditional family/relationship structures."
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"I work with individuals who are noticing a change in themselves through life transition, relationship loss, grief symptoms, feeling sadness 'when everything seems fine.' I work with clients who are experiencing trauma and grief symptoms with gentleness, safety, and respect for defenses. I have faith in the natural tendency of humans to grow toward healing and integration of mind, body, and spirit."
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"I work with individuals who are noticing a change in themselves through life transition, relationship loss, grief symptoms, feeling sadness 'when everything seems fine.' I work with clients who are experiencing trauma and grief symptoms with gentleness, safety, and respect for defenses. I have faith in the natural tendency of humans to grow toward healing and integration of mind, body, and spirit."
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"I am passionate about providing holistic, strength based and person-centered therapeutic services. My practice is rooted in compassion. I honor all identities, complexities and experiences. I work well with clients living with anxiety and/or depression, clients looking to increase self-compassion, clients exploring identity issues, clients struggling to voice their feelings/needs, clients with difficult life changes and clients interested in creative expression. In our work together, we will not look at what is 'wrong with' you, rather what has happened in your life. My goal is to help you find meaningful ways to be in the present."
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"I am passionate about providing holistic, strength based and person-centered therapeutic services. My practice is rooted in compassion. I honor all identities, complexities and experiences. I work well with clients living with anxiety and/or depression, clients looking to increase self-compassion, clients exploring identity issues, clients struggling to voice their feelings/needs, clients with difficult life changes and clients interested in creative expression. In our work together, we will not look at what is 'wrong with' you, rather what has happened in your life. My goal is to help you find meaningful ways to be in the present."
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"I use a strengths based approach, which means I reinforce and build on internal and external strengths, or protective factors, with each of my clients. My goal is always to first try to deeply understand my clients, while empowering them to choose how we will best work together. I invite open and honest conversation, while supporting my clients in accessing all of their different 'parts', or feelings, that need to be experienced and explicitly understood in order to feel better and function optimally."
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"I use a strengths based approach, which means I reinforce and build on internal and external strengths, or protective factors, with each of my clients. My goal is always to first try to deeply understand my clients, while empowering them to choose how we will best work together. I invite open and honest conversation, while supporting my clients in accessing all of their different 'parts', or feelings, that need to be experienced and explicitly understood in order to feel better and function optimally."
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"We all struggle with life circumstances and difficult relationships! My primary goal is to support and assist families, and individuals improve connection and explore attachment, to provide feedback to help resolve current problems and to promote change and disrupt unhelpful patterns of communication. I am most interested in how people communicate through change and have experience working with sexuality, intimacy, coming-out, gender identity, blended families, consensual non-monogamy, and kink. "
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"We all struggle with life circumstances and difficult relationships! My primary goal is to support and assist families, and individuals improve connection and explore attachment, to provide feedback to help resolve current problems and to promote change and disrupt unhelpful patterns of communication. I am most interested in how people communicate through change and have experience working with sexuality, intimacy, coming-out, gender identity, blended families, consensual non-monogamy, and kink. "
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"Are you tired of mistreating the people you love? Don't you wish you could change? - Do you often find yourself irritable and angry at the people around you? - Ready to lash out and get upset even at the smallest reason? You are not alone! Many people are in similar shoes. There is hope! Anger management, learning to respond differently to situations that make you upset don't have to be difficult. It can be eye-opening; you will learn a great deal about yourself and it can be fun. I offer individual therapy for issues regarding relationships and anger."
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"Are you tired of mistreating the people you love? Don't you wish you could change? - Do you often find yourself irritable and angry at the people around you? - Ready to lash out and get upset even at the smallest reason? You are not alone! Many people are in similar shoes. There is hope! Anger management, learning to respond differently to situations that make you upset don't have to be difficult. It can be eye-opening; you will learn a great deal about yourself and it can be fun. I offer individual therapy for issues regarding relationships and anger."
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"I believe that healthy relationships are the foundation to a happy and successful life. As humans we are ever changing, and as we move through the stages of life we are sometimes faced with unexpected challenges. In my practice, clients and I explore issues with which they are struggling. I provide helpful tools and strategies by offering my clients a fresh perspective on the issues they may be facing. Together we explore obstacles that can become barriers in a healthy functioning system. In each session, we explore ways to improve communication and build stronger, more fulfilling relationships with others."
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"I believe that healthy relationships are the foundation to a happy and successful life. As humans we are ever changing, and as we move through the stages of life we are sometimes faced with unexpected challenges. In my practice, clients and I explore issues with which they are struggling. I provide helpful tools and strategies by offering my clients a fresh perspective on the issues they may be facing. Together we explore obstacles that can become barriers in a healthy functioning system. In each session, we explore ways to improve communication and build stronger, more fulfilling relationships with others."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LMFT
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"As we face the challenges of life, we can sometimes hit a "perfect" storm. Old issues along with our unique personalities can collide with the stresses and circumstances of our current lives. This collision can feel overwhelming. Psychotherapy can be a useful tool to find a way through these difficult waters. I am a psychotherapist with a practice that serves individual adults and couples who are at all stages of life. Issues common to my practice are anxiety, depression, self-esteem, stress management, grief and loss, work related stress, issues of life transitions, trauma, relationship issues and chronic pain issues."
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"As we face the challenges of life, we can sometimes hit a "perfect" storm. Old issues along with our unique personalities can collide with the stresses and circumstances of our current lives. This collision can feel overwhelming. Psychotherapy can be a useful tool to find a way through these difficult waters. I am a psychotherapist with a practice that serves individual adults and couples who are at all stages of life. Issues common to my practice are anxiety, depression, self-esteem, stress management, grief and loss, work related stress, issues of life transitions, trauma, relationship issues and chronic pain issues."
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"Many of us feel unprepared to deal with the stressors, transitions and difficulties that occur throughout our lives. I have many years of experience helping people traverse these issues and develop the tools to cope and to thrive in the face of these challenges. I will work with you to examine the underlying issues that have led you to therapy and support your efforts to make meaningful changes in your life. I offer a warm, safe and non-judgmental environment in which you can explore your thoughts and feelings, while helping you push toward a deeper understanding of the patterns driving your behaviors, choices and relationships."
(206) 202-2015
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"Many of us feel unprepared to deal with the stressors, transitions and difficulties that occur throughout our lives. I have many years of experience helping people traverse these issues and develop the tools to cope and to thrive in the face of these challenges. I will work with you to examine the underlying issues that have led you to therapy and support your efforts to make meaningful changes in your life. I offer a warm, safe and non-judgmental environment in which you can explore your thoughts and feelings, while helping you push toward a deeper understanding of the patterns driving your behaviors, choices and relationships."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor offering yoga and psychotherapy. I bring over 20 years of experience in the study, practice and teaching of yoga as body-based therapy and over 8 years of psychotherapeutic practice. As a psychotherapist, I serve as a guide to help you to elicit your own insights into your current challenges and to find the most effective tools for you. Honest and direct yet gentle and patient, I am committed to creating authentic and compassionate relationships where each client feels supported, understood, and seen."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor offering yoga and psychotherapy. I bring over 20 years of experience in the study, practice and teaching of yoga as body-based therapy and over 8 years of psychotherapeutic practice. As a psychotherapist, I serve as a guide to help you to elicit your own insights into your current challenges and to find the most effective tools for you. Honest and direct yet gentle and patient, I am committed to creating authentic and compassionate relationships where each client feels supported, understood, and seen."
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"I utilize an existential-phenomenological orientation. That is, I approach our work together from the belief that all who experience pain and suffering are wrestling with the central concerns of life. Despair, pain and suffering are often nested in our personal search to resolve the question of meaning: What am I meant to be doing? Why am I here? Why do I experience so much pain? Lasting change can be achieved when we understand how our experience involves much more than personal psychology. It is important to discuss relationships, family, community, employment, physical health, and your wider life context."
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"I utilize an existential-phenomenological orientation. That is, I approach our work together from the belief that all who experience pain and suffering are wrestling with the central concerns of life. Despair, pain and suffering are often nested in our personal search to resolve the question of meaning: What am I meant to be doing? Why am I here? Why do I experience so much pain? Lasting change can be achieved when we understand how our experience involves much more than personal psychology. It is important to discuss relationships, family, community, employment, physical health, and your wider life context."
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"Therapy involves getting to know ourselves better - our beliefs, our feelings and reactions, our relationships, and the patterns we live by. I work with people who want to understand themselves better and make more positive life decisions. Many of my clients find themselves continually falling into negative patterns with friends, family, partners, academics, and career choices. Others struggle with confidence, self-worth, and an incessant inner critic. My work with couples and families focuses on increasing effective communication, and finding alternatives to negative patterns of interaction."
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"Therapy involves getting to know ourselves better - our beliefs, our feelings and reactions, our relationships, and the patterns we live by. I work with people who want to understand themselves better and make more positive life decisions. Many of my clients find themselves continually falling into negative patterns with friends, family, partners, academics, and career choices. Others struggle with confidence, self-worth, and an incessant inner critic. My work with couples and families focuses on increasing effective communication, and finding alternatives to negative patterns of interaction."

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