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Psychologist, MA, CACIII, DVAP
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"Thank you for your inquiry about my practice. If you, or someone you love is currently experiencing unbearable stress levels, major mental illness, or going through a traumatic experience, I am here to help. There is no shame in asking for help, its actually a sign of courage to reach out, and make an effort to change. My specialties include; trauma, self-esteem, parenting, relationships, grief, death or divorce, fears and phobias, anger issues, sexual abuse, substance abuse, stress management. I teach interpersonal relationship skills, emotional regulation & distress tolerance skills. I also diagnose all mental health disorders based on DSMV."
(970) 372-1367
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"Thank you for your inquiry about my practice. If you, or someone you love is currently experiencing unbearable stress levels, major mental illness, or going through a traumatic experience, I am here to help. There is no shame in asking for help, its actually a sign of courage to reach out, and make an effort to change. My specialties include; trauma, self-esteem, parenting, relationships, grief, death or divorce, fears and phobias, anger issues, sexual abuse, substance abuse, stress management. I teach interpersonal relationship skills, emotional regulation & distress tolerance skills. I also diagnose all mental health disorders based on DSMV."
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"Choosing a therapist can sometimes feel daunting, scary, and overwhelming—it is certainly a courageous and vulnerable act! That is why I do my best to create an experience for my clients that is warm, welcoming, authentic, and trusting. Part of why I decided to become a therapist is because I highly prize the relationships I have in my life, including the relationships I form with the people I work with in therapy. While relationships can sometimes be sources of immense distress, pain, confusion, and loneliness, I also believe that when they are healthy and safe, they have the ability to heal, comfort, and generate powerful change."
(720) 410-6369
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"Choosing a therapist can sometimes feel daunting, scary, and overwhelming—it is certainly a courageous and vulnerable act! That is why I do my best to create an experience for my clients that is warm, welcoming, authentic, and trusting. Part of why I decided to become a therapist is because I highly prize the relationships I have in my life, including the relationships I form with the people I work with in therapy. While relationships can sometimes be sources of immense distress, pain, confusion, and loneliness, I also believe that when they are healthy and safe, they have the ability to heal, comfort, and generate powerful change."
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Registered Psychotherapist, MA, R-DMT, C-IAYT
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"Hello, are you overwhelmed with emotions and feelings, and not sure how to process life experiences? You are already whole; together we can better explore how to support you or your child, to live more comfortably in body, mind, (and spirit). Through greater awareness of self, and professional support one has the power to increase their sense of well-being. As a somatic psychotherapist, with specialized study in dance-movement therapy and yoga therapy, sessions will be co-created to best serve and honor you with where you are presently. Sessions may take on a more talk therapy based approach, or include movement. "
(303) 586-3445
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"Hello, are you overwhelmed with emotions and feelings, and not sure how to process life experiences? You are already whole; together we can better explore how to support you or your child, to live more comfortably in body, mind, (and spirit). Through greater awareness of self, and professional support one has the power to increase their sense of well-being. As a somatic psychotherapist, with specialized study in dance-movement therapy and yoga therapy, sessions will be co-created to best serve and honor you with where you are presently. Sessions may take on a more talk therapy based approach, or include movement. "
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"If you are looking for teen counseling in Colorado Springs and are the parent of a teen who is struggling, there is help and there is hope! Christian T. Hill, MA with Alpine Connection Counseling in Colorado Springs is an expert in teen counseling and has a very relational, non-threatening, solution-focused approach to therapy that teens connect well with. Christian T. Hill has specialized in teen counseling in Colorado Springs for the last 15 years and is considered an expert in teen self harm, teen depression, rebellion, and teen substance abuse."
(719) 645-4833
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"If you are looking for teen counseling in Colorado Springs and are the parent of a teen who is struggling, there is help and there is hope! Christian T. Hill, MA with Alpine Connection Counseling in Colorado Springs is an expert in teen counseling and has a very relational, non-threatening, solution-focused approach to therapy that teens connect well with. Christian T. Hill has specialized in teen counseling in Colorado Springs for the last 15 years and is considered an expert in teen self harm, teen depression, rebellion, and teen substance abuse."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"I am pleased to introduce you to Trinity Institute! I hope to revolutionize your mental health treatment experience by providing you with competent, compassionate care. I have a doctoral degree (PhD) in clinical psychology and am a licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado. I understand the importance of correctly diagnosing your problem first, in order to know how to treat you and begin the process of healing. I am accepting new, highly-motivated, self-pay patients at this time."
(719) 425-4081
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"I am pleased to introduce you to Trinity Institute! I hope to revolutionize your mental health treatment experience by providing you with competent, compassionate care. I have a doctoral degree (PhD) in clinical psychology and am a licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado. I understand the importance of correctly diagnosing your problem first, in order to know how to treat you and begin the process of healing. I am accepting new, highly-motivated, self-pay patients at this time."
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"Experiencing trauma can take away who you used to be, and who you want to be. In order to survive trauma, we cope the best way that we can. Some people numb their feelings by creating a life of perpetual busyness, some cope with food, others with alcohol or substances. Others might isolate because their experience interacting with the world has resulted in so much hurt. While we are surviving, we start to miss out on life. We lose contact with others and ourselves. We go through the motions of daily life without experiencing connection or joy. We may feel hopeless, angry, exhausted, and ashamed."
(720) 903-4241
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"Experiencing trauma can take away who you used to be, and who you want to be. In order to survive trauma, we cope the best way that we can. Some people numb their feelings by creating a life of perpetual busyness, some cope with food, others with alcohol or substances. Others might isolate because their experience interacting with the world has resulted in so much hurt. While we are surviving, we start to miss out on life. We lose contact with others and ourselves. We go through the motions of daily life without experiencing connection or joy. We may feel hopeless, angry, exhausted, and ashamed."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, ABCDT
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"Featured in The Gazette, Fox 21 News, and awarded Best of Teller 2019, Lisa Lima, owner of My Life Unleashed takes a unique approach toward working with her clients. As a clinical therapist with a background of nearly 15 years in canine training and behavior modification, Lisa currently serves children, teens, and adults through the means of Animal-Assisted Therapy. In addition to inviting and integrating her clients' pets in therapy sessions, she also trains Assistance Dogs to aid handlers with a variety of Mental Health or Psychiatric-related challenges, including those stemming from PTSD, Autism, and Schizophrenia."
(719) 215-8961
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"Featured in The Gazette, Fox 21 News, and awarded Best of Teller 2019, Lisa Lima, owner of My Life Unleashed takes a unique approach toward working with her clients. As a clinical therapist with a background of nearly 15 years in canine training and behavior modification, Lisa currently serves children, teens, and adults through the means of Animal-Assisted Therapy. In addition to inviting and integrating her clients' pets in therapy sessions, she also trains Assistance Dogs to aid handlers with a variety of Mental Health or Psychiatric-related challenges, including those stemming from PTSD, Autism, and Schizophrenia."
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Bailey, Colorado 80421
"Therapy is not always an easy process, especially when dealing with raw emotions. I bring a sensitivity and understanding to my therapy, with a laid back approach. My goal is to really listen to what each person is wanting and needing. I am interested in integrating evidence-based, trauma-informed, relationship-centered, culturally-sensitive, strengths-honored Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Gottman method, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and systems therapies incorporating the latest neuroscience in my work. "
(401) 489-7015
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Bailey, Colorado 80421
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"Therapy is not always an easy process, especially when dealing with raw emotions. I bring a sensitivity and understanding to my therapy, with a laid back approach. My goal is to really listen to what each person is wanting and needing. I am interested in integrating evidence-based, trauma-informed, relationship-centered, culturally-sensitive, strengths-honored Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Gottman method, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and systems therapies incorporating the latest neuroscience in my work. "
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC
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Arvada, Colorado 80003
"I respectfully focus on the uniqueness of each individual and how they are experiencing themselves in the present moment, rather than what they have been told in the past. I am a trauma informed therapist, specializing in working with grief, loss, trauma and life transitions. My professional experience includes working in an inpatient psychiatric setting with adults with trauma, substance abuse and chronic mental health issues, working with adult survivors of childhood trauma and working as a bereavement counselor in hospice."
(720) 548-1662
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Arvada, Colorado 80003
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"I respectfully focus on the uniqueness of each individual and how they are experiencing themselves in the present moment, rather than what they have been told in the past. I am a trauma informed therapist, specializing in working with grief, loss, trauma and life transitions. My professional experience includes working in an inpatient psychiatric setting with adults with trauma, substance abuse and chronic mental health issues, working with adult survivors of childhood trauma and working as a bereavement counselor in hospice."
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Littleton, Colorado 80122
"Thank you for viewing my profile. I have 3 graduate degrees, all in mental/behavioral health, licenses in Co. and CA., and I am comfortable in working with a vast array of issues. I have worked in several mental health settings throughout my career, including: community mental health, hospitals, dialysis centers and private practice. My theory basis is psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral, but I always work with the patient in their comfort level and style. I strongly feel that therapeutic success comes from my ability to help others help themselves. I look forward to potentially working with you. Dr. Jacks"
(720) 580-6716
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Littleton, Colorado 80122
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"Thank you for viewing my profile. I have 3 graduate degrees, all in mental/behavioral health, licenses in Co. and CA., and I am comfortable in working with a vast array of issues. I have worked in several mental health settings throughout my career, including: community mental health, hospitals, dialysis centers and private practice. My theory basis is psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral, but I always work with the patient in their comfort level and style. I strongly feel that therapeutic success comes from my ability to help others help themselves. I look forward to potentially working with you. Dr. Jacks"
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Psychologist, PhD
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"Life is difficult. It's common to find ourselves feeling stuck and lost. If you're living a life that is different than the one you hoped for and motivated to make changes, then let's work together. Let's do the difficult work of moving towards suffering to increase your freedom in pursuing what you want for yourself. Let's get to a place of feeling grounded and living meaningfully - even in moments of pain. "
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"Life is difficult. It's common to find ourselves feeling stuck and lost. If you're living a life that is different than the one you hoped for and motivated to make changes, then let's work together. Let's do the difficult work of moving towards suffering to increase your freedom in pursuing what you want for yourself. Let's get to a place of feeling grounded and living meaningfully - even in moments of pain. "
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Counselor, MA, LPCC, NCC
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"Whether you desire to prepare for marriage, strengthen your marriage or work on individual issues, I can assist you with reaching your goals. I am a Board Certified, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC.0015911) as well as a former pastor with over 20 years of ministry and counseling experience. I received a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2017. "
(844) 802-4484
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"Whether you desire to prepare for marriage, strengthen your marriage or work on individual issues, I can assist you with reaching your goals. I am a Board Certified, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC.0015911) as well as a former pastor with over 20 years of ministry and counseling experience. I received a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary in 2017. "
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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
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Denver, Colorado 80222
"In my work as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), I specialize in providing therapeutic services to children ages 3-12, teen girls, and young adult women ages 18-30. I enjoy guiding clients in an opportunity to heal from pain, experience improved well-being and relationships, discover an inner peace and calm, optimize growth and development at school, work and home, or just feel more like themselves. I have experience and training in utilizing therapeutic tools uniquely within each age range to age-appropriately access growth and change."
(720) 619-2194
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Denver, Colorado 80222
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"In my work as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), I specialize in providing therapeutic services to children ages 3-12, teen girls, and young adult women ages 18-30. I enjoy guiding clients in an opportunity to heal from pain, experience improved well-being and relationships, discover an inner peace and calm, optimize growth and development at school, work and home, or just feel more like themselves. I have experience and training in utilizing therapeutic tools uniquely within each age range to age-appropriately access growth and change."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC, EMDR
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" Rediscover laughter and joy! Through my own journey of overcoming anxiety I have learned that avoiding negative emotions is impossible. In fact when we try to avoid them they become worse! They often turn into anger or anxiety. This causes personal stress and conflict in relationships. We are so afraid to feel pain that we numb out, lash out or become overwhelmed. My passion is to provide support and guidance for you to learn how to safely experience emotions, and learn coping skills. My collaborative, non judgmental approach to counseling enables you to feel empowered, gain clarity, and heal relationships. "
(844) 794-7306
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" Rediscover laughter and joy! Through my own journey of overcoming anxiety I have learned that avoiding negative emotions is impossible. In fact when we try to avoid them they become worse! They often turn into anger or anxiety. This causes personal stress and conflict in relationships. We are so afraid to feel pain that we numb out, lash out or become overwhelmed. My passion is to provide support and guidance for you to learn how to safely experience emotions, and learn coping skills. My collaborative, non judgmental approach to counseling enables you to feel empowered, gain clarity, and heal relationships. "
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"I offer individual, couples / premarital / marriage, family, child, and adolescent counseling. The environment is a non-judgmental, safe place of acceptance. I will walk along side and offer ways that can be helpful in managing trauma, stress, and relationships. My goal is to help you access internal resources and make adjustments that can be helpful. My focus has been working with individuals of all ages dealing with a variety of issues, including trauma. I have worked with a diverse population including individuals who are dealing with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-esteem, and grief to develop a plan to bring positive changes."
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"I offer individual, couples / premarital / marriage, family, child, and adolescent counseling. The environment is a non-judgmental, safe place of acceptance. I will walk along side and offer ways that can be helpful in managing trauma, stress, and relationships. My goal is to help you access internal resources and make adjustments that can be helpful. My focus has been working with individuals of all ages dealing with a variety of issues, including trauma. I have worked with a diverse population including individuals who are dealing with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-esteem, and grief to develop a plan to bring positive changes."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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Boulder, Colorado 80302
"What happens when we cannot show the most vulnerable and truthful parts of ourselves? Suffering. Fear. Frustration. Incongruence. Do you need a space where these parts can be held, allowing you to experience more relief in your body? My goal is to guide you in the discovery and celebration of your authentic self. We live in a world where a right way of being is imposed. Often that entails communicating, dressing, and moving in one particular way. In other words, we are asked to act in ways that align the with dominant heterosexual, cis-gender, White, English-speaking culture."
(720) 575-0957
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Boulder, Colorado 80302
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"What happens when we cannot show the most vulnerable and truthful parts of ourselves? Suffering. Fear. Frustration. Incongruence. Do you need a space where these parts can be held, allowing you to experience more relief in your body? My goal is to guide you in the discovery and celebration of your authentic self. We live in a world where a right way of being is imposed. Often that entails communicating, dressing, and moving in one particular way. In other words, we are asked to act in ways that align the with dominant heterosexual, cis-gender, White, English-speaking culture."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CAC, II
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Clifton, Colorado 81520
"My focus is on Medicare populations as I am an LCSW. I am an Army veteran and provide services with adults/elderly who face medical, chronic pain, and endure trauma complications. I earned a Certified Addictions Counseling - Level II and interface with dual diagnosis populations. I have faith and provide Christian services due to local demographics, but also provide to an agnostic population. I have been in the field of mental health/substance use disorders for 25 years, provided services for sexual abuse survivors and worked with GLB populations. I mainly provide individual care with some exceptions for couples therapy."
(970) 373-1461
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Clifton, Colorado 81520
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"My focus is on Medicare populations as I am an LCSW. I am an Army veteran and provide services with adults/elderly who face medical, chronic pain, and endure trauma complications. I earned a Certified Addictions Counseling - Level II and interface with dual diagnosis populations. I have faith and provide Christian services due to local demographics, but also provide to an agnostic population. I have been in the field of mental health/substance use disorders for 25 years, provided services for sexual abuse survivors and worked with GLB populations. I mainly provide individual care with some exceptions for couples therapy."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NBCC
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"As a mom of 2 boys and wife, married for 15+ years I understand the challenges that women face. My work with women encompasses career, relationship, sexuality and parenting help. The soul of my counseling is the intentional pursuit of relating and connecting with my clients, a journey that allows us to discover the source of their struggles. It is my hope to help women develop strong support networks, learn effective coping skills and activate their strengths in order to find relief from stress, anxiety and depression. This combination of counseling and coaching often produces freedom for clients."
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"As a mom of 2 boys and wife, married for 15+ years I understand the challenges that women face. My work with women encompasses career, relationship, sexuality and parenting help. The soul of my counseling is the intentional pursuit of relating and connecting with my clients, a journey that allows us to discover the source of their struggles. It is my hope to help women develop strong support networks, learn effective coping skills and activate their strengths in order to find relief from stress, anxiety and depression. This combination of counseling and coaching often produces freedom for clients."
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LAC, LPC, EMDR
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Denver, Colorado 80222
"I specialize in working with diverse clients who struggle with anxiety, addiction, anger and trauma. Have worked in the area of anger management, substance use and EMDR, as well as communication skills within relationships. I take pride and joy in working with a wide array of clients of all walks of life that desire to evolve and grow from their life experiences. My experience working with various systems (Probation, Human Services, DOC, and Community Mental Health) have given me a wide array of exposure to a diverse population with various needs. Helping others help themselves through empowerment and positive change is my passion."
(303) 625-9414
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Denver, Colorado 80222
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"I specialize in working with diverse clients who struggle with anxiety, addiction, anger and trauma. Have worked in the area of anger management, substance use and EMDR, as well as communication skills within relationships. I take pride and joy in working with a wide array of clients of all walks of life that desire to evolve and grow from their life experiences. My experience working with various systems (Probation, Human Services, DOC, and Community Mental Health) have given me a wide array of exposure to a diverse population with various needs. Helping others help themselves through empowerment and positive change is my passion."
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"Counseling is a dynamic relationship and my role/goal in that relationship is to help you be your best self. I pride myself on being able to provide a warm and accepting environment for you to be able to sort through stresses and struggles, while providing insight and platform for change. As with any relationship, you need to find what fits and works best for you. If you are interested in exploring how this therapeutic relationship can be beneficial to you, please give me a call."
(315) 873-3571
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"Counseling is a dynamic relationship and my role/goal in that relationship is to help you be your best self. I pride myself on being able to provide a warm and accepting environment for you to be able to sort through stresses and struggles, while providing insight and platform for change. As with any relationship, you need to find what fits and works best for you. If you are interested in exploring how this therapeutic relationship can be beneficial to you, please give me a call."

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