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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"The goal of all therapy and counseling is to reduce suffering. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, impulsivity, ADHD, relationship problems, traumatic past, gender identity, sexual orientation, or just feeling stuck and dissatisfied with life, therapy can be a powerful vehicle for holistic change and increased peace and contentment. By focusing on your natural strengths we work collaboratively to identify the roadblocks internally and externally getting in the way of leading a fulfilled life."
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"The goal of all therapy and counseling is to reduce suffering. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, impulsivity, ADHD, relationship problems, traumatic past, gender identity, sexual orientation, or just feeling stuck and dissatisfied with life, therapy can be a powerful vehicle for holistic change and increased peace and contentment. By focusing on your natural strengths we work collaboratively to identify the roadblocks internally and externally getting in the way of leading a fulfilled life."
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"**OFFERING REDUCED FEE SERVICES FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS** Life can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate at times. These challenges can often lead to feelings of hopelessness and anxiousness. Therapy can empower you and provide you with the tools needed to manage your obstacles. I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over ten years of experience providing counseling to individuals, couples, and families. I value establishing a safe and open counseling environment for clients to feel heard and accepted. "
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"**OFFERING REDUCED FEE SERVICES FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS** Life can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate at times. These challenges can often lead to feelings of hopelessness and anxiousness. Therapy can empower you and provide you with the tools needed to manage your obstacles. I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over ten years of experience providing counseling to individuals, couples, and families. I value establishing a safe and open counseling environment for clients to feel heard and accepted. "
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"Sometimes in life we find ourselves at a loss for words. We feel frozen and unable to remove the burden and weight of loss or pain. In moments like this, it may be difficult to ask for help. But you are here because you are ready to take a step towards a better life, and we are ready to walk beside you and honor the journey you are on. My name is Jackie, and I am the owner of Renew Art Therapy and Counseling. I specialize in women's issues, life transitions, chronic illnesses, anxiety and depression. I also have a special interest in serving other clinicians on their road to self-discovery."
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"Sometimes in life we find ourselves at a loss for words. We feel frozen and unable to remove the burden and weight of loss or pain. In moments like this, it may be difficult to ask for help. But you are here because you are ready to take a step towards a better life, and we are ready to walk beside you and honor the journey you are on. My name is Jackie, and I am the owner of Renew Art Therapy and Counseling. I specialize in women's issues, life transitions, chronic illnesses, anxiety and depression. I also have a special interest in serving other clinicians on their road to self-discovery."
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"Are you feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed? Do you have trouble sleeping? Have you been through a traumatic experience or painful loss? Are you struggling to cope with stressful relationships? Then contact me today to move one step closer to feeling better tomorrow. I provide individual psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, adjustment concerns, perinatal/postpartum issues, and I specialize in treating PTSD and associated conditions. It takes courage to look inward, make changes, and begin to heal. Together we'll develop a personalized treatment plan to help you feel better and reach your goals."
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"Are you feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed? Do you have trouble sleeping? Have you been through a traumatic experience or painful loss? Are you struggling to cope with stressful relationships? Then contact me today to move one step closer to feeling better tomorrow. I provide individual psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, adjustment concerns, perinatal/postpartum issues, and I specialize in treating PTSD and associated conditions. It takes courage to look inward, make changes, and begin to heal. Together we'll develop a personalized treatment plan to help you feel better and reach your goals."
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"All relationships have ups and downs. Things can get a bit stuck & it’s hard to find a positive solution. Help from a skilled relationship therapist can make all the difference. Whether you are feeling things just aren’t quite right or whether you are encountering serious difficulties, I am are here to support you. People are genuinely surprised when we start working together. Some come in feeling nervous, apprehensive, & even doubtful but once we have met a few times & changes happens, they begin to relax & enjoy the process of healing their relat., rebuild their foundation, communicate more effectively, and resolve stuck issues."
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"All relationships have ups and downs. Things can get a bit stuck & it’s hard to find a positive solution. Help from a skilled relationship therapist can make all the difference. Whether you are feeling things just aren’t quite right or whether you are encountering serious difficulties, I am are here to support you. People are genuinely surprised when we start working together. Some come in feeling nervous, apprehensive, & even doubtful but once we have met a few times & changes happens, they begin to relax & enjoy the process of healing their relat., rebuild their foundation, communicate more effectively, and resolve stuck issues."
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"I believe that symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress occur as a result of clients' thoughts and/or behaviors which are in conflict with their goals and who they want to be. When I provide a safe space for clients to reflect on themselves, They can understand the root of their symptoms and learn to make healthy changes to pursue their ideal self. I enjoy working with clients who have an open mind and willingness to self-reflect in sessions, allowing me to safely guide and challenge them to help them pursue their personal goals and increase self-awareness."
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"I believe that symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress occur as a result of clients' thoughts and/or behaviors which are in conflict with their goals and who they want to be. When I provide a safe space for clients to reflect on themselves, They can understand the root of their symptoms and learn to make healthy changes to pursue their ideal self. I enjoy working with clients who have an open mind and willingness to self-reflect in sessions, allowing me to safely guide and challenge them to help them pursue their personal goals and increase self-awareness."
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"If you take the courageous step of starting counseling, for yourself or your relationship, it is important your therapist feels like a good fit. To help you in your search - my style is curious, empathic, collaborative, and warm with a touch of humor. I specialize in relationship issues between couples and teen families, in addition to general issues like anxiety, depression, self-worth, and healing from past pain or trauma. Using your inherent strengths, I'll guide you in unearthing buried pain to facilitate healing. Together, we create a path towards more satisfying relationships, effective communication, and emotional connection."
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"If you take the courageous step of starting counseling, for yourself or your relationship, it is important your therapist feels like a good fit. To help you in your search - my style is curious, empathic, collaborative, and warm with a touch of humor. I specialize in relationship issues between couples and teen families, in addition to general issues like anxiety, depression, self-worth, and healing from past pain or trauma. Using your inherent strengths, I'll guide you in unearthing buried pain to facilitate healing. Together, we create a path towards more satisfying relationships, effective communication, and emotional connection."
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"Reaching out for help takes so much courage! You or your child may be experiencing a crisis, difficult life transition, or just haven't been feeling like yourself lately. Whether it is depression, anxiety, addiction or behavioral problems, it can often feel exhausting and hopeless. However, I believe wholeheartedly that change is always possible, no matter how hard life gets. I create a warm, compassionate environment in which you feel heard and respected. You are the expert on your life, not me. Together we can develop insight and practical solutions that move you closer to the great life you deserve!"
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"Reaching out for help takes so much courage! You or your child may be experiencing a crisis, difficult life transition, or just haven't been feeling like yourself lately. Whether it is depression, anxiety, addiction or behavioral problems, it can often feel exhausting and hopeless. However, I believe wholeheartedly that change is always possible, no matter how hard life gets. I create a warm, compassionate environment in which you feel heard and respected. You are the expert on your life, not me. Together we can develop insight and practical solutions that move you closer to the great life you deserve!"
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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"I offer a space for change by nurturing diversity and inclusion. I hope to positively impact the African American community, and all communities, by decreasing the stigma of mental health and offering a place for people of color to utilize therapy and live in more authentic and whole ways. I work with communication, anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma, low self-worth, shame, body image, substance use, teen families, parenting, affair repair, coping skills, trust, emotional intimacy, connection, and the impact of oppression. I help individuals to unlearn who they think they 'should' be and JUST BE. Just being is enough."
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"I offer a space for change by nurturing diversity and inclusion. I hope to positively impact the African American community, and all communities, by decreasing the stigma of mental health and offering a place for people of color to utilize therapy and live in more authentic and whole ways. I work with communication, anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma, low self-worth, shame, body image, substance use, teen families, parenting, affair repair, coping skills, trust, emotional intimacy, connection, and the impact of oppression. I help individuals to unlearn who they think they 'should' be and JUST BE. Just being is enough."
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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"*Accepting new clients and telehealth offered* Want to feel whole again? We specialize in the promotion of satisfying, secure and close relationships, both to ourselves and our loved ones. CCHC focuses on harmonious relationships, emotional calm, and abundant self-worth. We appreciate the impact that connection has on our mental, emotional, and physical well-being - when our relationships are going well, we have the confidence and energy we need to tackle the challenges of life. Sessions can explore ways to heal unresolved issues/pain, know who you are, ask for what you need, and access your resilience in moments of stress."
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"Hello! Thank you for checking out my profile on Psychology Today. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. A clinical social worker is trained to help people identify and solve problems in their lives that are preventing them from being happy, productive and able to weather life's challenges. I believe men have special needs in counseling and therapy, so I tend to work mostly with men ages 15 and up. I also have training in working with people with substance use disorders. I specialize in treating people with co-occurring disorders. This means that someone is struggling with a mental health issue and a substance abuse problem. "
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"Hello! Thank you for checking out my profile on Psychology Today. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. A clinical social worker is trained to help people identify and solve problems in their lives that are preventing them from being happy, productive and able to weather life's challenges. I believe men have special needs in counseling and therapy, so I tend to work mostly with men ages 15 and up. I also have training in working with people with substance use disorders. I specialize in treating people with co-occurring disorders. This means that someone is struggling with a mental health issue and a substance abuse problem. "
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"We will always start our work together with focusing on what you are experiencing right now. I can help you find peace and balance as you learn to cope and adjust to the various stresses of life. We can also begin to explore how your past experiences may be influencing you today. Often times we know that our upbringing was not maybe the "best" and as a result we can feel less than fully appreciated and un-validated. This can have longterm effects on our self-esteem and wellbeing. Therapy allows us to fully explore any repeating patterns in your life, and offer freedom from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and suffering."
Gay Allied
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Gay Allied
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"We will always start our work together with focusing on what you are experiencing right now. I can help you find peace and balance as you learn to cope and adjust to the various stresses of life. We can also begin to explore how your past experiences may be influencing you today. Often times we know that our upbringing was not maybe the "best" and as a result we can feel less than fully appreciated and un-validated. This can have longterm effects on our self-esteem and wellbeing. Therapy allows us to fully explore any repeating patterns in your life, and offer freedom from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and suffering."
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"Are you a teenager or young adult struggling to connect with others? Is your anxiety so crippling it interferes with the quality of your life? Do you find that you lack social skills development and would like the chance to learn new skills and have support? You are not alone! Through the group process we can help you understand these struggles, learn new skills, and practice connecting with peers within the safety of a group that understands what you are going through and in turn can help you lead a more fulfilling life."
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Gay Allied
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"Are you a teenager or young adult struggling to connect with others? Is your anxiety so crippling it interferes with the quality of your life? Do you find that you lack social skills development and would like the chance to learn new skills and have support? You are not alone! Through the group process we can help you understand these struggles, learn new skills, and practice connecting with peers within the safety of a group that understands what you are going through and in turn can help you lead a more fulfilling life."
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"In our lives, we may face challenges that test our emotional essence and cause us to experience a wide range of difficult emotions. I provide a warm, supportive and encouraging environment to help you find balance and foster a greater control over your life. I am honored to help clients rewrite their stories and reconnect with themselves. We are all survivors of something- our childhood, families, breakups, careers, and other experiences. My practice is client-centered, anti-oppressive and strengths based. All of you is welcome--heart, body, mind and soul. "
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"In our lives, we may face challenges that test our emotional essence and cause us to experience a wide range of difficult emotions. I provide a warm, supportive and encouraging environment to help you find balance and foster a greater control over your life. I am honored to help clients rewrite their stories and reconnect with themselves. We are all survivors of something- our childhood, families, breakups, careers, and other experiences. My practice is client-centered, anti-oppressive and strengths based. All of you is welcome--heart, body, mind and soul. "
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"Do you remember a time when you were calm and at peace? Has it been difficult to see the light ahead of you and find ways to get back on track in your life? What if you can get on that path you envisioned and able to return to your previous level of functioning? I believe we all have stories to tell and your story matters. I understand that it can be quiet challenging and scary to know at which point you felt lost in control of your life. It can be even scarier to know whom to rely on or whom to open up to during this most critical time."
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"Do you remember a time when you were calm and at peace? Has it been difficult to see the light ahead of you and find ways to get back on track in your life? What if you can get on that path you envisioned and able to return to your previous level of functioning? I believe we all have stories to tell and your story matters. I understand that it can be quiet challenging and scary to know at which point you felt lost in control of your life. It can be even scarier to know whom to rely on or whom to open up to during this most critical time."
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"My work is about helping you experience a more fulfilling and meaningful life through increasing your self-awareness, feelings of connection, empowerment, and joy. I am a committed, compassionate, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) offering psychotherapy to adolescents & adults. My areas of clinical expertise include Eating Disorders, Trauma, Complex Trauma, and Dissociative Disorders, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders; and the often co-occurring issues of Self-Harm, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, low self-worth, and interpersonal difficulties. Please visit my website: www.madeleinebertin.com for more information."
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"My work is about helping you experience a more fulfilling and meaningful life through increasing your self-awareness, feelings of connection, empowerment, and joy. I am a committed, compassionate, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) offering psychotherapy to adolescents & adults. My areas of clinical expertise include Eating Disorders, Trauma, Complex Trauma, and Dissociative Disorders, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders; and the often co-occurring issues of Self-Harm, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, low self-worth, and interpersonal difficulties. Please visit my website: www.madeleinebertin.com for more information."
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"Welcome. The most important aspect of psychotherapy is the relationship with the therapist. Working through conflicts or past pain happens through experiencing, not just through merely reading or thinking about things. Gaining self acceptance and discovering how to bring an open heart to your family or intimate relationships does not come simply from acquiring an insight, or from reading a "how to" book. It starts with the healing relationship... and the only way you will find out how comfortable you might feel with your therapist is to talk to them in person. My focus in treatment is on the relationship."
Gay Allied
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"Welcome. The most important aspect of psychotherapy is the relationship with the therapist. Working through conflicts or past pain happens through experiencing, not just through merely reading or thinking about things. Gaining self acceptance and discovering how to bring an open heart to your family or intimate relationships does not come simply from acquiring an insight, or from reading a "how to" book. It starts with the healing relationship... and the only way you will find out how comfortable you might feel with your therapist is to talk to them in person. My focus in treatment is on the relationship."
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"As a therapist I support client’s growth, self-knowing, and self-empowerment. I work with clients who are dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, complex trauma, gender identity exploration, life transitions, or just feeling stuck. I also work with distressed couples struggling with intimacy and communication. I have an interest in facilitating a more loving relationship within self and within people in relationship. "
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"As a therapist I support client’s growth, self-knowing, and self-empowerment. I work with clients who are dealing with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, complex trauma, gender identity exploration, life transitions, or just feeling stuck. I also work with distressed couples struggling with intimacy and communication. I have an interest in facilitating a more loving relationship within self and within people in relationship. "

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If you're gay or are looking for help with being gay in 22030 or for a 22030 gay therapist, these professionals provide therapy for gays in 22030 and counseling for gays or gay clients. Not all those listed here are gay themselves. They are sensitive to the gay lifestyle in 22030 or 22030 homosexual life, including gay couples, gay marriage in 22030, gay teens and gay parenting. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in 22030, LGBTQ or 22030 GLBT Counseling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 22030 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 22030 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 22030 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 22030 or family therapy in 22030.