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"I 've been in private practice since 1997. Throughout that time I have continued to expand on my knowledge and develop specialties in play therapy, working with the LGBTQ community, substance abuse, and trauma including PTSD. I work with clients experiencing anxiety and depression. I see each client as unique and feel honored to join them in their journey towards health and wellness. I am affiliated with organizations that keep me abreast of evidence-based practices for the unique situations that clients bring to therapy."
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"I 've been in private practice since 1997. Throughout that time I have continued to expand on my knowledge and develop specialties in play therapy, working with the LGBTQ community, substance abuse, and trauma including PTSD. I work with clients experiencing anxiety and depression. I see each client as unique and feel honored to join them in their journey towards health and wellness. I am affiliated with organizations that keep me abreast of evidence-based practices for the unique situations that clients bring to therapy."
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"I believe that counseling is a place for people to share their stories in a safe, non-judgmental, and welcoming environment. I am very passionate about helping people find their voices and their worth through counseling and honest conversations. I have a heart for helping people find success in their interpersonal relationships, both in the workplace and at home."
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"I believe that counseling is a place for people to share their stories in a safe, non-judgmental, and welcoming environment. I am very passionate about helping people find their voices and their worth through counseling and honest conversations. I have a heart for helping people find success in their interpersonal relationships, both in the workplace and at home."
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"I believe it is a difficult decision to reach out for support from another person. In so doing, therapy not only needs to be a gentle guidance towards a happier lifestyle, but it also needs to incorporate challenges. In working with individuals, couples and families, I enjoy creating a balance of both of these concepts. Shifting our perceptions and changing our behaviors is not a simple process for anyone. I work with parents, teenagers and even our littlest people during stressful life situations including depression, anxiety, anger management, marital issues, women's issues, and processing traumatic events."
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"I believe it is a difficult decision to reach out for support from another person. In so doing, therapy not only needs to be a gentle guidance towards a happier lifestyle, but it also needs to incorporate challenges. In working with individuals, couples and families, I enjoy creating a balance of both of these concepts. Shifting our perceptions and changing our behaviors is not a simple process for anyone. I work with parents, teenagers and even our littlest people during stressful life situations including depression, anxiety, anger management, marital issues, women's issues, and processing traumatic events."
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"Building community and finding wholeness can be difficult, and that is why finding support and affirmation is so important. As a passionately progressive therapist in Grand Rapids, I am committed to providing quality care and creating a safe space that fosters courage in the healing process. There is no perfect time to begin, and I welcome each person to come as you are, when you are ready. As a clinical therapist with over 12 years of experience, I am prepared to hear your needs and co-create an authentic plan toward achieving your goals."
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(616) 253-6602
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"Building community and finding wholeness can be difficult, and that is why finding support and affirmation is so important. As a passionately progressive therapist in Grand Rapids, I am committed to providing quality care and creating a safe space that fosters courage in the healing process. There is no perfect time to begin, and I welcome each person to come as you are, when you are ready. As a clinical therapist with over 12 years of experience, I am prepared to hear your needs and co-create an authentic plan toward achieving your goals."
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"Welcome! I work with adults who are struggling with a variety of issues including substance abuse, addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, and general life stressors and transitions. As a member of the LGBTQ community, I am also an advocate for LGBTQ individuals with an understanding of issues particular to them. My clients often want to improve their lives, overall well-being and family relationships and often struggle to know where to start. I provide a support, empathic environment where together we can create a customized plan to help you reach your goals, bring peace and healing to your life."
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"Welcome! I work with adults who are struggling with a variety of issues including substance abuse, addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, and general life stressors and transitions. As a member of the LGBTQ community, I am also an advocate for LGBTQ individuals with an understanding of issues particular to them. My clients often want to improve their lives, overall well-being and family relationships and often struggle to know where to start. I provide a support, empathic environment where together we can create a customized plan to help you reach your goals, bring peace and healing to your life."
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"Everyone's journey in life is different, although one person may have experienced the same situation as another, that experience is still unique to every person that encounters it. There are often many challenges in life, some of which were things just handed to you, as if there wasn't enough on your plate already. The everyday tasks that encompass a life can become overwhelming, and draining; in therapy there is the opportunity to navigate the challenges and obstacles that life may face you with. My goal is to assist in your navigation of the journey of life, during whatever your personal experiences may bring."
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"Everyone's journey in life is different, although one person may have experienced the same situation as another, that experience is still unique to every person that encounters it. There are often many challenges in life, some of which were things just handed to you, as if there wasn't enough on your plate already. The everyday tasks that encompass a life can become overwhelming, and draining; in therapy there is the opportunity to navigate the challenges and obstacles that life may face you with. My goal is to assist in your navigation of the journey of life, during whatever your personal experiences may bring."
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"Counseling can seem like an intimidating prospect, sharing your heart and mind with a stranger in hopes of finding something better, something different. Whether you're struggling to find an identity in the chaos of life, anxious about tomorrow, or feeling stuck and hopeless, having your own personal GPS through a counseling relationship can make a huge difference between driving in circles or discovering vitality and joy in the journey. "
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"Counseling can seem like an intimidating prospect, sharing your heart and mind with a stranger in hopes of finding something better, something different. Whether you're struggling to find an identity in the chaos of life, anxious about tomorrow, or feeling stuck and hopeless, having your own personal GPS through a counseling relationship can make a huge difference between driving in circles or discovering vitality and joy in the journey. "
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"Sometimes life can feel overwhelming or frustrating because you are not living the life you dreamed of. Maybe you are experiencing some questions about yourself that you have never voiced to anyone. Sometimes it is difficult to come and speak to someone new. I will work to help you feel comfortable. I am here to help you navigate through this time in your life to help you find the appropriate and empowering path for you. I will listen to you and develop a plan with you to address where you are and where you want to go."
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"Sometimes life can feel overwhelming or frustrating because you are not living the life you dreamed of. Maybe you are experiencing some questions about yourself that you have never voiced to anyone. Sometimes it is difficult to come and speak to someone new. I will work to help you feel comfortable. I am here to help you navigate through this time in your life to help you find the appropriate and empowering path for you. I will listen to you and develop a plan with you to address where you are and where you want to go."
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"Hello. I'm looking forward to being a part of your journey toward happiness and health. In the Great Psychotherapy Debate (Wampold, 2001), studies demonstrated that if there are two groups of people with similar problems, those who receive counseling will be better off than 79% of those who do not receive counseling. Counseling can bring relief, resolution, clarity, freedom, or help you overcome a challenge. My counseling style is encouraging, empowering, nonjudgmental, and thorough. I am trained in many different approaches to the counseling process and I will work to customize a plan that works for you."
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"Hello. I'm looking forward to being a part of your journey toward happiness and health. In the Great Psychotherapy Debate (Wampold, 2001), studies demonstrated that if there are two groups of people with similar problems, those who receive counseling will be better off than 79% of those who do not receive counseling. Counseling can bring relief, resolution, clarity, freedom, or help you overcome a challenge. My counseling style is encouraging, empowering, nonjudgmental, and thorough. I am trained in many different approaches to the counseling process and I will work to customize a plan that works for you."
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"Do you feel overwhelmed with life? Is your relationship falling apart? Do you sometimes wonder where the parenting manual is? Is the trauma of your past haunting you? Then I would like to talk to you. I believe in empowering clients to be the best person they can be! I will be your biggest fan, your best listener and maybe the only person in your life that believes in you or your relationship. Over the past three years as a therapist, clients have found me to be warm, friendly, and engaging."
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"Do you feel overwhelmed with life? Is your relationship falling apart? Do you sometimes wonder where the parenting manual is? Is the trauma of your past haunting you? Then I would like to talk to you. I believe in empowering clients to be the best person they can be! I will be your biggest fan, your best listener and maybe the only person in your life that believes in you or your relationship. Over the past three years as a therapist, clients have found me to be warm, friendly, and engaging."
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"**CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Life can be messy, it can catch us off guard. We can find ourselves treading water and the things that used to keep us afloat aren’t working quite so well. Old wounds can dull our spark. If we’re human, we’ve all been there. I work with children, teens, and adults who are experiencing anxiety and depression, grief due to a death or those anticipating a loss, a life threatening medical diagnosis, anaphylactic food allergies and accompanying stressors, trauma, and parents with perinatal mood disorders. I also support families navigating LGBTQIA issues."
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"**CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** Life can be messy, it can catch us off guard. We can find ourselves treading water and the things that used to keep us afloat aren’t working quite so well. Old wounds can dull our spark. If we’re human, we’ve all been there. I work with children, teens, and adults who are experiencing anxiety and depression, grief due to a death or those anticipating a loss, a life threatening medical diagnosis, anaphylactic food allergies and accompanying stressors, trauma, and parents with perinatal mood disorders. I also support families navigating LGBTQIA issues."
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"Hello! I am excited to work with you on your journey toward growth and healing. Life can be stressful and scary, but you don't have to do it alone. Issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship stress, difficult life transitions, low self-esteem, family issues, and trauma can keep many of us stuck in a rut. I am happy to tell you there are resources available to you to help you work past those difficult roadblocks. Together, we will work toward goals that are personalized and practical for your life."
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"Hello! I am excited to work with you on your journey toward growth and healing. Life can be stressful and scary, but you don't have to do it alone. Issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship stress, difficult life transitions, low self-esteem, family issues, and trauma can keep many of us stuck in a rut. I am happy to tell you there are resources available to you to help you work past those difficult roadblocks. Together, we will work toward goals that are personalized and practical for your life."
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"Greetings! I have worked with diverse populations and all ages and offer experience, compassion and a nonjudgmental stance. Overcome your depression, trauma, strengthen your self esteem, or learn great parenting skills. My training in evidenced based practices and years of experience can help you move past your barriers into a life worth living. "
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"Greetings! I have worked with diverse populations and all ages and offer experience, compassion and a nonjudgmental stance. Overcome your depression, trauma, strengthen your self esteem, or learn great parenting skills. My training in evidenced based practices and years of experience can help you move past your barriers into a life worth living. "
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"As a psychotherapist I view my role as a consultant, not unlike other professional consultants. Utilizing clients' inherent life skills and developing new strategies, I assist them in finding ways to work through barriers to growth. Often the solutions are not complicated, and often clients "know" what is needed to turn things around. I see my job as a listener, teacher and an encourager, because to make a change, even for the better, takes courage."
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"As a psychotherapist I view my role as a consultant, not unlike other professional consultants. Utilizing clients' inherent life skills and developing new strategies, I assist them in finding ways to work through barriers to growth. Often the solutions are not complicated, and often clients "know" what is needed to turn things around. I see my job as a listener, teacher and an encourager, because to make a change, even for the better, takes courage."
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"Anxiety, depression, relationship issues, loss of employment, and countless other challenges can lead to loss of direction and loss of hope. Maybe you feel stuck by your present or your past. I've been there too. When the cloud of struggle keeps you from moving forward, it is important to share your story. You were uniquely created, and your response to the world is yours alone. Sharing your story takes courage, but on the other side is healing, wholeness and your fullest life. "
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"Anxiety, depression, relationship issues, loss of employment, and countless other challenges can lead to loss of direction and loss of hope. Maybe you feel stuck by your present or your past. I've been there too. When the cloud of struggle keeps you from moving forward, it is important to share your story. You were uniquely created, and your response to the world is yours alone. Sharing your story takes courage, but on the other side is healing, wholeness and your fullest life. "
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"When people seek my counseling services, I do not see them as "problems to be fixed," but as people who have become stuck in patterns of behavior and ways of dealing with their feelings that are not helpful. My first goal with my clients is to establish a safe place where they feel understood and free to really "open up." I respect clients' individuality and consequently work together with them for what will best help them achieve a satisfying, productive life. My ultimate goal for my clients is for them to gain self understanding through awareness of what has influenced them so they can choose healthy ways of conducting their lives"
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(616) 433-2507
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"When people seek my counseling services, I do not see them as "problems to be fixed," but as people who have become stuck in patterns of behavior and ways of dealing with their feelings that are not helpful. My first goal with my clients is to establish a safe place where they feel understood and free to really "open up." I respect clients' individuality and consequently work together with them for what will best help them achieve a satisfying, productive life. My ultimate goal for my clients is for them to gain self understanding through awareness of what has influenced them so they can choose healthy ways of conducting their lives"
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"Are you feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed? Does the idea of waking up to your life tomorrow seem daunting? I can help. I see symptoms such as anxiety as messages from our body that there is an underlying issue needing to be addressed. It is my purpose to walk with you in your most challenging times to help you heal and grow. There is no one size fits all when it comes to therapy and the foundation of true recovery begins with a strong therapeutic relationship. I am here to help and not to judge and I will tailor an individualized program just for you."
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(616) 607-6497
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"Are you feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed? Does the idea of waking up to your life tomorrow seem daunting? I can help. I see symptoms such as anxiety as messages from our body that there is an underlying issue needing to be addressed. It is my purpose to walk with you in your most challenging times to help you heal and grow. There is no one size fits all when it comes to therapy and the foundation of true recovery begins with a strong therapeutic relationship. I am here to help and not to judge and I will tailor an individualized program just for you."
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"Hello, are in you struggling with anger, anxiety, depression, past family hurt or trauma? Are you a young adult trying to figure out what your future looks like? If you are I would love the chance to work with you to reach your fullest potential. Author Richard Rohr stated in his book Falling Upward “When you get your, ‘who am I?, question right, all or your, ‘what should I do?’ questions tend to take care of themselves” and I believe that it is incredibly important to start to answer that question. NOW OFFERING LATE HOURS!"
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"Hello, are in you struggling with anger, anxiety, depression, past family hurt or trauma? Are you a young adult trying to figure out what your future looks like? If you are I would love the chance to work with you to reach your fullest potential. Author Richard Rohr stated in his book Falling Upward “When you get your, ‘who am I?, question right, all or your, ‘what should I do?’ questions tend to take care of themselves” and I believe that it is incredibly important to start to answer that question. NOW OFFERING LATE HOURS!"

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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 49546 or for a 49546 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 49546 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 49546 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 49546 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 49546 or family therapy in 49546.