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"Do you feel consumed with worry about acceptance from co-workers and bosses due to past trauma? Has something from the past resulted in a sense of incapability toward the future you so desperately desire? Does being on guard against criticism from acquaintances and personal failures have you losing sleep at night, waking up sweating with knots in your stomach, and daydreaming through your husband’s report of his day and your children’s repeated requests to play? Are you too exhausted and overwhelmed to answer your best friend's calls, can even you remember the last time you exercised or meditated?"
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"Do you feel consumed with worry about acceptance from co-workers and bosses due to past trauma? Has something from the past resulted in a sense of incapability toward the future you so desperately desire? Does being on guard against criticism from acquaintances and personal failures have you losing sleep at night, waking up sweating with knots in your stomach, and daydreaming through your husband’s report of his day and your children’s repeated requests to play? Are you too exhausted and overwhelmed to answer your best friend's calls, can even you remember the last time you exercised or meditated?"
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"Ideally I see clients who have relationship issues, loss of a loved one,grief issues, financial hardship, trouble coping with stress, anger or depression, life transitions, and people who are searching for personal growth. Many want to resolve emotional pain but need help doing so."
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"Ideally I see clients who have relationship issues, loss of a loved one,grief issues, financial hardship, trouble coping with stress, anger or depression, life transitions, and people who are searching for personal growth. Many want to resolve emotional pain but need help doing so."
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"Would it be helpful for you to be able to explore concerns or challenges with a caring, neutral, accepting person who could help you make sense of your world? I am practically oriented and comfortable offering support for a wide-range of behavioral and mental health issues. Patient safety and comfort is hugely important to me. Helping patients make connections that promote a sense of integrity and peace is a goal."
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"Would it be helpful for you to be able to explore concerns or challenges with a caring, neutral, accepting person who could help you make sense of your world? I am practically oriented and comfortable offering support for a wide-range of behavioral and mental health issues. Patient safety and comfort is hugely important to me. Helping patients make connections that promote a sense of integrity and peace is a goal."
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"I see a collaborative relationship based on trust and respect as essential to feeling the safety needed for dealing with sensitive issues and making changes. This cornerstone of practice allows me to work with a range of difficulties that late-teens and adults experience. Because the relationship between client and therapist is the primary key to success, I provide an optional no-cost in-person consultation for us to determine if we would make a good team. Within this environment of shared responsibility, I use a variety of proven techniques to build skills, resolve concerns, and achieve mutually developed goals."
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"I see a collaborative relationship based on trust and respect as essential to feeling the safety needed for dealing with sensitive issues and making changes. This cornerstone of practice allows me to work with a range of difficulties that late-teens and adults experience. Because the relationship between client and therapist is the primary key to success, I provide an optional no-cost in-person consultation for us to determine if we would make a good team. Within this environment of shared responsibility, I use a variety of proven techniques to build skills, resolve concerns, and achieve mutually developed goals."
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"I have a humanistic and client-centered approach. I view the counseling relationship as a collaboration between myself and you. Together we will work towards self-acceptance and self-awareness by dealing with issues such as moods, attitudes, thoughts, and behaviors that may be standing in the way of happiness and contentment in your life. I use an integrative method including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, reality therapy, positive psychotherapy, biofeedback, and mindfulness training with a mind-body-and-soul model."
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"I have a humanistic and client-centered approach. I view the counseling relationship as a collaboration between myself and you. Together we will work towards self-acceptance and self-awareness by dealing with issues such as moods, attitudes, thoughts, and behaviors that may be standing in the way of happiness and contentment in your life. I use an integrative method including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, reality therapy, positive psychotherapy, biofeedback, and mindfulness training with a mind-body-and-soul model."
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"You are doing life--going to work, to school--but it's not easy! And it's exhausting presenting as if all's OK all the time: to put on the smile, to muster the energy. But that little voice still whispers negativity in the back of your head: All. The. Damn. Time. You don't know how to take appreciation, much less see it in yourself. You don't know how to say no. And you just want some peace and the sense that you exist outside the needs of others."
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"You are doing life--going to work, to school--but it's not easy! And it's exhausting presenting as if all's OK all the time: to put on the smile, to muster the energy. But that little voice still whispers negativity in the back of your head: All. The. Damn. Time. You don't know how to take appreciation, much less see it in yourself. You don't know how to say no. And you just want some peace and the sense that you exist outside the needs of others."
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"For 30 years I've provided a listening ear to my clients. Sometimes, that's all one needs. Other times, we may need a little more direction, a new insight, a gentle push. I strive to recognize and respect the uniqueness of each individual. If you have a child with ADHD or other behavioral or adjustment issues, are an adult having relationship issues, depression or anxiety, or are someone struggling with the pain and confusion of addiction, my experience has prepared me to help you."
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"For 30 years I've provided a listening ear to my clients. Sometimes, that's all one needs. Other times, we may need a little more direction, a new insight, a gentle push. I strive to recognize and respect the uniqueness of each individual. If you have a child with ADHD or other behavioral or adjustment issues, are an adult having relationship issues, depression or anxiety, or are someone struggling with the pain and confusion of addiction, my experience has prepared me to help you."
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"It is my passion to assist others in realizing their fullest potential, whether that be on an individual level, in a relationship, or in a family context. I adore working with pre-teens, teenagers, individuals, and couples on issues such as anxiety, communication, "self betterment", identity, sexuality, intimacy. phobias, depression, sexual dysfunction, and many other areas. Please email lovethrivestherapy@gmail.com for an appointment, and see more at www.lovethrivestherapy.com"
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"It is my passion to assist others in realizing their fullest potential, whether that be on an individual level, in a relationship, or in a family context. I adore working with pre-teens, teenagers, individuals, and couples on issues such as anxiety, communication, "self betterment", identity, sexuality, intimacy. phobias, depression, sexual dysfunction, and many other areas. Please email lovethrivestherapy@gmail.com for an appointment, and see more at www.lovethrivestherapy.com"
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"I believe that persons that are respected for their uniqueness, supported and assisted through the challenges that face us throughout our lifetime of development and change, and provided information and tools for sustaining satisfying relationships enriches not just their own lives but the lives of everyone in our families, neighborhoods, schools, workplaces and communities. I am dedicated to the value of providing competent, knowledgeable service, to being fully present to you and your needs. I am committed and caring to each client that entrusts me with their concerns and struggles."
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"I believe that persons that are respected for their uniqueness, supported and assisted through the challenges that face us throughout our lifetime of development and change, and provided information and tools for sustaining satisfying relationships enriches not just their own lives but the lives of everyone in our families, neighborhoods, schools, workplaces and communities. I am dedicated to the value of providing competent, knowledgeable service, to being fully present to you and your needs. I am committed and caring to each client that entrusts me with their concerns and struggles."
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"After 24+ years of practicing in community mental health agency settings and supervising and training clinicians, I am transitioning into private practice in order to more directly serve individuals and families who are struggling with issues of functionality, relationships, identity, self-esteem and other manifestations of life challenges. I have extensive experience working with trauma, mood disorders and behavior disorders and I work exceptionally well with adolescents and young adults although I feel comfortable working with adults of all ages. When you want to better understand your particular challenges and make positive changes, I can assist with your healing/growth process."
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"After 24+ years of practicing in community mental health agency settings and supervising and training clinicians, I am transitioning into private practice in order to more directly serve individuals and families who are struggling with issues of functionality, relationships, identity, self-esteem and other manifestations of life challenges. I have extensive experience working with trauma, mood disorders and behavior disorders and I work exceptionally well with adolescents and young adults although I feel comfortable working with adults of all ages. When you want to better understand your particular challenges and make positive changes, I can assist with your healing/growth process."
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"You want to be listened to and not judged. You want to be understood and accepted for who you are. You want to clarify and live by your own values. You want to understand that what happened to you wasn't your fault and doesn't define you. You want to be in healthy relationships. You want to learn to believe in yourself and your ability to live a purposeful and fulfilling life. You want to learn to be self-compassionate and recognize that you are good enough as you are. You want to grow deeper into your own goodness. And you don't want to wait for these things until you are no longer grieving or feeling depressed or anxious. "
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"You want to be listened to and not judged. You want to be understood and accepted for who you are. You want to clarify and live by your own values. You want to understand that what happened to you wasn't your fault and doesn't define you. You want to be in healthy relationships. You want to learn to believe in yourself and your ability to live a purposeful and fulfilling life. You want to learn to be self-compassionate and recognize that you are good enough as you are. You want to grow deeper into your own goodness. And you don't want to wait for these things until you are no longer grieving or feeling depressed or anxious. "
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"Sometimes we feel 'stuck.' Sometimes we experience negative emotions which we feel conflict with our values, morals, ideals. Sometimes we feel an emptiness. Like our inner flame...the one which burns inside, pushing us to set & pursue goals, dream, live life with a sense of anticipation...has dimmed, until just an ember. Sometimes our negative life experiences get us caught up in the lies of guilt and shame. Paralyzing us. Keeping us from moving forward. Perhaps it's more than 'just' feelings and emotions. Maybe symptoms of mental illness make life hard. And navigating through life, each day, each moment, feels like tedious work. "
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"Sometimes we feel 'stuck.' Sometimes we experience negative emotions which we feel conflict with our values, morals, ideals. Sometimes we feel an emptiness. Like our inner flame...the one which burns inside, pushing us to set & pursue goals, dream, live life with a sense of anticipation...has dimmed, until just an ember. Sometimes our negative life experiences get us caught up in the lies of guilt and shame. Paralyzing us. Keeping us from moving forward. Perhaps it's more than 'just' feelings and emotions. Maybe symptoms of mental illness make life hard. And navigating through life, each day, each moment, feels like tedious work. "
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"My ideal client is a person who is finding life, love and work challenging! I have been a Christian psychotherapist for over thirty years. My extensive education. my two NC licenses and a three year Residency in Pastoral Counseling at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital has equipped me to handle both acute and chronic mental health issues. I like working with Couples, Families, Children, Teens, Adults and Seniors! My specialties are Family Issues, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Bi-polar Disorders, Grief and Medical Issues. I like these websites: ADAA.org. and anxieties.com. Find me on Facebook@Mountain Center For Pastoral Counseling. "
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"My ideal client is a person who is finding life, love and work challenging! I have been a Christian psychotherapist for over thirty years. My extensive education. my two NC licenses and a three year Residency in Pastoral Counseling at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital has equipped me to handle both acute and chronic mental health issues. I like working with Couples, Families, Children, Teens, Adults and Seniors! My specialties are Family Issues, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Bi-polar Disorders, Grief and Medical Issues. I like these websites: ADAA.org. and anxieties.com. Find me on Facebook@Mountain Center For Pastoral Counseling. "
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"I love the challenge in working with individuals who are emotionally /psychologically "stuck" and seeking answers. My position is to facilitate a client's "internal dialogue" into their conscious awareness , enabling them to make the best decision for themselves in a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship. I work with individuals and families in Behavioral/Mental Health, Alcohol and other Drugs Assessment and Treatment . I also administer Domestic Violence assessments and run Anger Management groups. My passion is Clinical Art Psychotherapy, which I continue to use especially with children and adolescents and webinars. "
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"I love the challenge in working with individuals who are emotionally /psychologically "stuck" and seeking answers. My position is to facilitate a client's "internal dialogue" into their conscious awareness , enabling them to make the best decision for themselves in a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship. I work with individuals and families in Behavioral/Mental Health, Alcohol and other Drugs Assessment and Treatment . I also administer Domestic Violence assessments and run Anger Management groups. My passion is Clinical Art Psychotherapy, which I continue to use especially with children and adolescents and webinars. "
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"I enjoy working with individuals, children, families, couples who are willing to change but may not know how to begin. I believe that within everyone's life there is a time that a person can benefit from therapy whether they need to learn some skills or help processing through a difficult situation. I have training in many different areas-hypnosis, EMDR, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, DBT, and many more. I offer an eclectic approach with couples, bringing the best from Imago Therapy,"Passionate Marriage", and"Why Marriages Succeed or Fail". Let me assist you with creating a better relationship with another or yourself."
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"I enjoy working with individuals, children, families, couples who are willing to change but may not know how to begin. I believe that within everyone's life there is a time that a person can benefit from therapy whether they need to learn some skills or help processing through a difficult situation. I have training in many different areas-hypnosis, EMDR, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, DBT, and many more. I offer an eclectic approach with couples, bringing the best from Imago Therapy,"Passionate Marriage", and"Why Marriages Succeed or Fail". Let me assist you with creating a better relationship with another or yourself."
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"I really enjoy working with people who are wanting to make positive changes in their lives. When your best efforts aren't bringing about the change you are looking for it may be time to work with a professional to get some new ideas. I work primarily using a HIPPA-compliant video platform. I am licensed in both NC and Colorado. "
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"I really enjoy working with people who are wanting to make positive changes in their lives. When your best efforts aren't bringing about the change you are looking for it may be time to work with a professional to get some new ideas. I work primarily using a HIPPA-compliant video platform. I am licensed in both NC and Colorado. "
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"The hardest part of the counseling journey is the first step! The fact you've come this far in your search speaks to your bravery! My supportive approach aims to assist you in building resiliency & connecting you to joy. As a trauma-informed Certified EMDR Licensed Counselor & Board Certified Art Therapist, I'm trained to help people reduce shame & express themselves effectively. I'll guide you in navigating change, identifying inner resources, & creating growth. I'm committed to your healing & hope you will have fun through this process too!"
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"The hardest part of the counseling journey is the first step! The fact you've come this far in your search speaks to your bravery! My supportive approach aims to assist you in building resiliency & connecting you to joy. As a trauma-informed Certified EMDR Licensed Counselor & Board Certified Art Therapist, I'm trained to help people reduce shame & express themselves effectively. I'll guide you in navigating change, identifying inner resources, & creating growth. I'm committed to your healing & hope you will have fun through this process too!"
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"Life brings a series of constant changes---some welcome and hoped-for, others painful and difficult. Learning how to navigate difficult changes, such as the loss of one's health, the loss of a loved one, or transition from one phase of life into another, is a crucial and never-ending part of human development. Experiencing grief, sadness, depression, fear and anxiety can be acutely painful, but it IS possible to find and maintain peace, balance, and even joy in the midst of challenging times. In nearly 25 years as a counselor/psychotherapist and clinical oncology social worker, I've been awed by the resilience of the human spirit"
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"Life brings a series of constant changes---some welcome and hoped-for, others painful and difficult. Learning how to navigate difficult changes, such as the loss of one's health, the loss of a loved one, or transition from one phase of life into another, is a crucial and never-ending part of human development. Experiencing grief, sadness, depression, fear and anxiety can be acutely painful, but it IS possible to find and maintain peace, balance, and even joy in the midst of challenging times. In nearly 25 years as a counselor/psychotherapist and clinical oncology social worker, I've been awed by the resilience of the human spirit"
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"You have the ability to reinvent yourself, endlessly. It isn't too late. Your life is here and now. If you have found yourself at this site, you must be going through something pretty tough and are looking for a solution. Perhaps you are feeling lost and uncertain, and don't know where to begin. Whether it be a relationship issue or a personal struggle, the strain of it all can be overwhelming and can cause a mix of emotions...loneliness, sadness, grief, anger, anxiety, depression. It may feel as if your life is spiraling out of control. All you want is to find peace, happiness, and to change your current situation. "
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"You have the ability to reinvent yourself, endlessly. It isn't too late. Your life is here and now. If you have found yourself at this site, you must be going through something pretty tough and are looking for a solution. Perhaps you are feeling lost and uncertain, and don't know where to begin. Whether it be a relationship issue or a personal struggle, the strain of it all can be overwhelming and can cause a mix of emotions...loneliness, sadness, grief, anger, anxiety, depression. It may feel as if your life is spiraling out of control. All you want is to find peace, happiness, and to change your current situation. "
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""What's past is prologue" PROLOGUE, which means your past is not the whole story! You are the author of your future. You can grow, learn, and heal. You can "dwell in possibility." I believe that you possess the raw materials for growth, I believe you possess strengths and skills to heal, and I believe you have a unique story to tell and a right to be heard. I will strive to provide a safe and sacred space for you to share your story. I believe that mutual respect and trust between counselor and client makes all the difference."
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""What's past is prologue" PROLOGUE, which means your past is not the whole story! You are the author of your future. You can grow, learn, and heal. You can "dwell in possibility." I believe that you possess the raw materials for growth, I believe you possess strengths and skills to heal, and I believe you have a unique story to tell and a right to be heard. I will strive to provide a safe and sacred space for you to share your story. I believe that mutual respect and trust between counselor and client makes all the difference."

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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in 28786 or for a 28786 CBT therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 28786 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 28786 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 28786 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 28786 or family therapy in 28786.