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"I am a transpersonal therapist focused on healing the split associated with trauma. Trauma can disconnect a person from their original truth and create a disconnect in the mind-body and spirit of a person. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the Inner Counselor are two highly effective approaches I offer. I see clients with panic disorder and depression, sexual abuse, abusive relationships, codependency and self-esteem issues and more. Bringing health and balance back around areas that have become compulsions (eating, sex, alcohol, relationships, etc.) is another important part of this personal healing journey."
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"I am a transpersonal therapist focused on healing the split associated with trauma. Trauma can disconnect a person from their original truth and create a disconnect in the mind-body and spirit of a person. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the Inner Counselor are two highly effective approaches I offer. I see clients with panic disorder and depression, sexual abuse, abusive relationships, codependency and self-esteem issues and more. Bringing health and balance back around areas that have become compulsions (eating, sex, alcohol, relationships, etc.) is another important part of this personal healing journey."
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"The question I’m always asking as a counselor is not, “How can I help my clients cope better?” but rather, “How can I help them not have to cope so much in the first place?” Coping gets exhausting after a while, doesn’t it? Maybe you’ve been in counseling before, (maybe for a really long time) and maybe you’ve already learned some good ways of coping. I’m more interested in helping you truly, permanently heal on a deeper level so you don't have to work so hard to just treat the symptoms. I've also learned that we usually can’t there just by talking about it. Talk therapy is often really helpful, but usually not enough. "
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"The question I’m always asking as a counselor is not, “How can I help my clients cope better?” but rather, “How can I help them not have to cope so much in the first place?” Coping gets exhausting after a while, doesn’t it? Maybe you’ve been in counseling before, (maybe for a really long time) and maybe you’ve already learned some good ways of coping. I’m more interested in helping you truly, permanently heal on a deeper level so you don't have to work so hard to just treat the symptoms. I've also learned that we usually can’t there just by talking about it. Talk therapy is often really helpful, but usually not enough. "
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"I believe that we live in challenging times. Many people find it difficult to feel confident and self assured, have peaceful, fulfilling relationships, navigate the demands of finances, family, work and home, and also focus on nourishing self care. These challenges are interconnected. They are related to how we have developed our sense of self in the context of family expectations and experiences, societal demands, cultural assumptions, and media influence. It is necessary for all of us to learn how to live our best lives in these particular circumstances. You are not alone."
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"I believe that we live in challenging times. Many people find it difficult to feel confident and self assured, have peaceful, fulfilling relationships, navigate the demands of finances, family, work and home, and also focus on nourishing self care. These challenges are interconnected. They are related to how we have developed our sense of self in the context of family expectations and experiences, societal demands, cultural assumptions, and media influence. It is necessary for all of us to learn how to live our best lives in these particular circumstances. You are not alone."
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"I work with people who feel overwhelmed--by work, big transitions, relationships, family, life. My approach is gentle, non-judgmental, and deep. I enjoy helping clients become more fully aware of themselves and of the patterns that hold them back in life, and working with them to feel more grounded and connected with themselves and with others. Many of my clients are people who are in helping professions or caretaking roles. Many are women or non-binary individuals, and are longing to feel more at home in their own skin and more confident in their own strength, beauty, and wisdom. "
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"I work with people who feel overwhelmed--by work, big transitions, relationships, family, life. My approach is gentle, non-judgmental, and deep. I enjoy helping clients become more fully aware of themselves and of the patterns that hold them back in life, and working with them to feel more grounded and connected with themselves and with others. Many of my clients are people who are in helping professions or caretaking roles. Many are women or non-binary individuals, and are longing to feel more at home in their own skin and more confident in their own strength, beauty, and wisdom. "
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"Offering online telehealth sessions! Life is difficult to manage at times. If you are experiencing anxiety or depression, you may feel out of control, like your emotions are taking over. You may feel completely alone, as though no one understands you or what you are going through. You may feel stuck, like things will never get better. It can be challenging to navigate these struggles on your own, and asking for help is an important part of this process. I have over 7 years of experience helping people through their darkest days, and I strongly believe that everyone can make positive change in their lives."
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"Offering online telehealth sessions! Life is difficult to manage at times. If you are experiencing anxiety or depression, you may feel out of control, like your emotions are taking over. You may feel completely alone, as though no one understands you or what you are going through. You may feel stuck, like things will never get better. It can be challenging to navigate these struggles on your own, and asking for help is an important part of this process. I have over 7 years of experience helping people through their darkest days, and I strongly believe that everyone can make positive change in their lives."
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"You are here because of conflict, infidelity, lack of intimacy and you feel disconnected in your relationship. You've been trying to reconnect but when your relationship is crisis, it can be hard to bridge the gap yourselves. When you can't trust your partner, where do you start? You're hurt, scared and lost but It's possible to let go of the pain and face your fears. Whether you're ready to come in as an individual or as a couple, we can work together to find solutions. No judgement here. It's time to get to work."
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"You are here because of conflict, infidelity, lack of intimacy and you feel disconnected in your relationship. You've been trying to reconnect but when your relationship is crisis, it can be hard to bridge the gap yourselves. When you can't trust your partner, where do you start? You're hurt, scared and lost but It's possible to let go of the pain and face your fears. Whether you're ready to come in as an individual or as a couple, we can work together to find solutions. No judgement here. It's time to get to work."
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"Some common reasons why people come to me are: feeling stuck in a pattern of negative thinking or behavior, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, unresolved trauma, difficulty coping with new challenges or life transitions. I am very comfortable and love working with clients who are struggling to deal with adjusting to change- no matter how big or small. I also have personal and clinical experience with adapting to change related to health and short-term or chronic illness and disability, single parenting, codependency, sexual abuse and trauma. My history deeply informs my work as a therapist."
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(828) 547-2414
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"Some common reasons why people come to me are: feeling stuck in a pattern of negative thinking or behavior, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, unresolved trauma, difficulty coping with new challenges or life transitions. I am very comfortable and love working with clients who are struggling to deal with adjusting to change- no matter how big or small. I also have personal and clinical experience with adapting to change related to health and short-term or chronic illness and disability, single parenting, codependency, sexual abuse and trauma. My history deeply informs my work as a therapist."
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"My approach to therapy is collaborative, direct and engaging. I offer a safe, welcoming and compassionate environment for reflection and deepening awareness. I help my clients to explore their habitual patterns that may be keeping them stuck and offer skills and tools for change. My strengths include my warmth and authenticity, my sense of humor and my ability to teach and empower."
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"My approach to therapy is collaborative, direct and engaging. I offer a safe, welcoming and compassionate environment for reflection and deepening awareness. I help my clients to explore their habitual patterns that may be keeping them stuck and offer skills and tools for change. My strengths include my warmth and authenticity, my sense of humor and my ability to teach and empower."
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"Life stressors, uncertainty, and fear can feel overwhelming. You may find yourself turning to drugs or alcohol, unhealthy eating patterns, self-harm, or other harmful behaviors to cope with your emotions. You may be struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, or fear during these uncertain times. Maybe you are currently in recovery from addiction or an eating disorder, and are having trouble maintaining your progress. Or perhaps you are concerned that your teenager is dealing with some of these issues. Whatever you are facing, you are not alone! I am here to provide support, guidance, and encouragement!"
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"Life stressors, uncertainty, and fear can feel overwhelming. You may find yourself turning to drugs or alcohol, unhealthy eating patterns, self-harm, or other harmful behaviors to cope with your emotions. You may be struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, or fear during these uncertain times. Maybe you are currently in recovery from addiction or an eating disorder, and are having trouble maintaining your progress. Or perhaps you are concerned that your teenager is dealing with some of these issues. Whatever you are facing, you are not alone! I am here to provide support, guidance, and encouragement!"
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"I am passionate about helping children, teens, women and parents find their way in relationship with each other and the complex world in which we live. I bring an eclectic approach to counseling, valuing above all the relationship that forms between therapist and client. I am honored to bear witness to an individual's story and journey back to balance. In addition to supportive counseling, I have been trained in play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and parent education. I offer individual counseling as well as small group therapy for children and teens of all ages."
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"I am passionate about helping children, teens, women and parents find their way in relationship with each other and the complex world in which we live. I bring an eclectic approach to counseling, valuing above all the relationship that forms between therapist and client. I am honored to bear witness to an individual's story and journey back to balance. In addition to supportive counseling, I have been trained in play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and parent education. I offer individual counseling as well as small group therapy for children and teens of all ages."
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
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"You don't have to bear it alone. Often the most troublesome parts of life convince us to not to tell anyone, that no one can understand or no one can help. It may be you've tried and felt disappointed; you may feel loved but the problem remains; maybe you can't stand the idea of what'll happen if people find out. I won't promise a cure, but if we do our work well you may find opportunity, relief, greater peace and ease through therapy. You may make the changes you need to make, and find your way towards belonging, closeness, and satisfaction. I have seen people find a new way forward from the very worst."
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"You don't have to bear it alone. Often the most troublesome parts of life convince us to not to tell anyone, that no one can understand or no one can help. It may be you've tried and felt disappointed; you may feel loved but the problem remains; maybe you can't stand the idea of what'll happen if people find out. I won't promise a cure, but if we do our work well you may find opportunity, relief, greater peace and ease through therapy. You may make the changes you need to make, and find your way towards belonging, closeness, and satisfaction. I have seen people find a new way forward from the very worst."
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"I believe in meeting each individual where they are in their journey with acceptance and curiosity. I offer compassion, authenticity, and care to help you uncover and satisfy your unmet needs. Many of us are wounded, but we are not broken. When we discover and meet our needs, our nervous systems reset and offer up a whole new place from which to live life. Counseling can help you understand and undo patterns of thought and behavior that unconsciously keep you from truly connecting with yourself and others. You can find peace."
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"I believe in meeting each individual where they are in their journey with acceptance and curiosity. I offer compassion, authenticity, and care to help you uncover and satisfy your unmet needs. Many of us are wounded, but we are not broken. When we discover and meet our needs, our nervous systems reset and offer up a whole new place from which to live life. Counseling can help you understand and undo patterns of thought and behavior that unconsciously keep you from truly connecting with yourself and others. You can find peace."
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"Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help. "
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"Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help. "
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"Dr. Rhonda Karg is an internationally renowned expert in assessing and treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance abuse. She is an author of the Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM-5, which is considered worldwide to be the gold standard of psychiatric assessments. Dr. Karg is an active research scientist with Columbia University, and a clinical psychologist specializing in solution-focused psychotherapy where you'll not just talk about problems like other therapists so -- she actually teaches you new skills so that you feel better as quickly as possible. Dr. Karg provides evidence-based treatment and consultation."
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"Dr. Rhonda Karg is an internationally renowned expert in assessing and treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and substance abuse. She is an author of the Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM-5, which is considered worldwide to be the gold standard of psychiatric assessments. Dr. Karg is an active research scientist with Columbia University, and a clinical psychologist specializing in solution-focused psychotherapy where you'll not just talk about problems like other therapists so -- she actually teaches you new skills so that you feel better as quickly as possible. Dr. Karg provides evidence-based treatment and consultation."
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"Through the years I have found that I can be effective working with a wide range of clientele. I connect well with children and adolescents as they work their way through school and peer relationship issues. I believe that family therapy is the most effective intervention when it comes to this population. I have a passion for and work effectively with folks who have autism, specifically Asperger's disorder. I also form strong and long lasting therapeutic relationships with adults who are seeking personal growth and positive change in their lives."
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"Through the years I have found that I can be effective working with a wide range of clientele. I connect well with children and adolescents as they work their way through school and peer relationship issues. I believe that family therapy is the most effective intervention when it comes to this population. I have a passion for and work effectively with folks who have autism, specifically Asperger's disorder. I also form strong and long lasting therapeutic relationships with adults who are seeking personal growth and positive change in their lives."
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"3/23/2020: I am now offering all sessions via a telehealth, HIPAA compliant format. I do have several openings at this time. I'm glad you're here. This may mean you want to grow and stretch beyond what you have been, into a more balanced and authentic version of yourself. Guiding and supporting you in your journey is one of my passions. I help by guiding you through your process of healing, self reflection and skill building as you become more resilient and confident, through what I have learned from my own life experiences, as well as my professional training as a clinical social worker and addiction specialist."
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"3/23/2020: I am now offering all sessions via a telehealth, HIPAA compliant format. I do have several openings at this time. I'm glad you're here. This may mean you want to grow and stretch beyond what you have been, into a more balanced and authentic version of yourself. Guiding and supporting you in your journey is one of my passions. I help by guiding you through your process of healing, self reflection and skill building as you become more resilient and confident, through what I have learned from my own life experiences, as well as my professional training as a clinical social worker and addiction specialist."
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"I am passionate about supporting individuals who identify as women as they navigate the challenges of life. Addiction and recovery, relationship issues/co-dependence, chronic mental and physical dis-ease, and pregnancy/postpartum and parenting can bring us to places of deep loneliness, suffering and desperation. Past experiences have shaped our path and our behaviors. Brilliant strategies that enabled us to survive through trauma and adversity no longer serve us. It IS possible to shift those patterns. With loving connection and non-judgment I create a safe space for individuals to do the deep work that results in real life change."
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"I am passionate about supporting individuals who identify as women as they navigate the challenges of life. Addiction and recovery, relationship issues/co-dependence, chronic mental and physical dis-ease, and pregnancy/postpartum and parenting can bring us to places of deep loneliness, suffering and desperation. Past experiences have shaped our path and our behaviors. Brilliant strategies that enabled us to survive through trauma and adversity no longer serve us. It IS possible to shift those patterns. With loving connection and non-judgment I create a safe space for individuals to do the deep work that results in real life change."
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"I am passionate about supporting my clients on their journey of healing and self-discovery and begin by creating a gentle, compassionate and clear space. I then have a lot of experience and tools to determine how best to serve my clients in a way that is client-centered and effective. I find my clients to be courageously ready to make changes in their lives and I'm honored to support them in this sacred endeavor."
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"I am passionate about supporting my clients on their journey of healing and self-discovery and begin by creating a gentle, compassionate and clear space. I then have a lot of experience and tools to determine how best to serve my clients in a way that is client-centered and effective. I find my clients to be courageously ready to make changes in their lives and I'm honored to support them in this sacred endeavor."
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"Once the cells of the body know the experience of safety, honesty and trust within one relationship it can then emulate the experience in other relationships, this is the healing power that counseling offers. And without the elements of safety, honesty and trust the brain holds on tightly to old ways of being which makes change difficult. I am committed to offering all of my training, skills and experience in the service of creating a healthy, collaborative therapeutic relationship that fosters personal growth and healing."
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"Once the cells of the body know the experience of safety, honesty and trust within one relationship it can then emulate the experience in other relationships, this is the healing power that counseling offers. And without the elements of safety, honesty and trust the brain holds on tightly to old ways of being which makes change difficult. I am committed to offering all of my training, skills and experience in the service of creating a healthy, collaborative therapeutic relationship that fosters personal growth and healing."

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Eclectic Therapists
Many practitioners take an eclectic approach to therapy, drawing upon various aspects of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic methods to create their own custom-made approach. Such therapists often work with their clients to create a treatment plan that encompasses different techniques to best address the client's particular problems and to appeal to their sensibility.

If you're looking for Eclectic therapy in 28801 or for a 28801 Eclectic therapist these professionals provide eclectic therapy and eclectic psychotherapy. They include Eclectic therapists, Eclectic psychologists, Eclectic psychotherapists and Eclectic counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 28801 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 28801 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 28801 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 28801 or family therapy in 28801.