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"My name is Dawn I have been working in the field for over 30 years. I have been practicing as a therapist for over 8 years. l have worked with a variety of populations to include minorities ,substance users, persons with disabilities, children and couples. My practice is person centered, techniques to include a combination of theories to best fit the client. Patients have described me as down to earth, with a sense of humor and easy to talk to. My ideal client would be a person who chooses to change things to better their life and be a happier person. Motivated by their own sense of unsatisfaction with self or their surroundings."
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"My name is Dawn I have been working in the field for over 30 years. I have been practicing as a therapist for over 8 years. l have worked with a variety of populations to include minorities ,substance users, persons with disabilities, children and couples. My practice is person centered, techniques to include a combination of theories to best fit the client. Patients have described me as down to earth, with a sense of humor and easy to talk to. My ideal client would be a person who chooses to change things to better their life and be a happier person. Motivated by their own sense of unsatisfaction with self or their surroundings."
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"Here at Thrive we believe you can unlock your full potential. We believe in focusing on the whole person, not just the person's symptoms. We believe sometimes we need to look outside of the box at more advanced treatments. When adding these treatments, true change can occur in disorders that are often thought of as permanent or treatment resistant. Some of the disorders we have worked with and seen positive change in include: ADHD, anxiety, dysthymia, major depressive disorder, autism spectrum disorders, attachment disorders, OCD, personality disorders, and more."
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"Here at Thrive we believe you can unlock your full potential. We believe in focusing on the whole person, not just the person's symptoms. We believe sometimes we need to look outside of the box at more advanced treatments. When adding these treatments, true change can occur in disorders that are often thought of as permanent or treatment resistant. Some of the disorders we have worked with and seen positive change in include: ADHD, anxiety, dysthymia, major depressive disorder, autism spectrum disorders, attachment disorders, OCD, personality disorders, and more."
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" I have many years of experience with clients of all ages. I have particular experience with adolescents experiencing, school problems, behavior problems, parent/child conflict, and trauma. I have experience with individual and couples therapy, parent/child conflict, divorce, and LGBTQIA issues. I specialize in trauma treatment for all age groups. CURRENTLY OFFERING TELEMEDICINE SESSIONS VIA ZOOM OR SKYPE. "
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" I have many years of experience with clients of all ages. I have particular experience with adolescents experiencing, school problems, behavior problems, parent/child conflict, and trauma. I have experience with individual and couples therapy, parent/child conflict, divorce, and LGBTQIA issues. I specialize in trauma treatment for all age groups. CURRENTLY OFFERING TELEMEDICINE SESSIONS VIA ZOOM OR SKYPE. "
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"Our symptoms have something to say. Different symptoms bring people into psychotherapy: anxiousness, chronic sadness, creative and artistic block, loneliness, addictions, sexual obsessions. Symptoms are a language, and though they are often labeled as depression or anxiety, the meaning of a symptom is unique to the person who suffers with it. Symptoms are painful, but they are also startlingly creative, personal and specific. Sometimes the body is asked to express the scary, painful things that words cannot. When physical symptoms occur without a medical explanation, we can look to them to help us understand the mental and emotional landscape."
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"Our symptoms have something to say. Different symptoms bring people into psychotherapy: anxiousness, chronic sadness, creative and artistic block, loneliness, addictions, sexual obsessions. Symptoms are a language, and though they are often labeled as depression or anxiety, the meaning of a symptom is unique to the person who suffers with it. Symptoms are painful, but they are also startlingly creative, personal and specific. Sometimes the body is asked to express the scary, painful things that words cannot. When physical symptoms occur without a medical explanation, we can look to them to help us understand the mental and emotional landscape."
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"Do you survive or thrive? Your most important relationship is with yourself, which is reflected in your relationships with your closest family members, friends, colleagues, and professional lives. Caring for your own well-being is a must, if your other relationships are to thrive. Sometimes we are unaware of how unintended messages, or relational mannerisms can prevent us from thriving. Are your attachment and relational methods meant to gain closeness, instead ending in disappointment? Tina can help you learn to listen to yourself, in an open-minded, curious style, in order to learn how to solve your dilemmas for yourself. "
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"Do you survive or thrive? Your most important relationship is with yourself, which is reflected in your relationships with your closest family members, friends, colleagues, and professional lives. Caring for your own well-being is a must, if your other relationships are to thrive. Sometimes we are unaware of how unintended messages, or relational mannerisms can prevent us from thriving. Are your attachment and relational methods meant to gain closeness, instead ending in disappointment? Tina can help you learn to listen to yourself, in an open-minded, curious style, in order to learn how to solve your dilemmas for yourself. "
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"As a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT), my focus is to help you understand how your thoughts about situations, filtered through underlying beliefs, impact your daily living. While we can't change difficult situations, we can work together to better understand and resolve personal conflicts that present challenges in your daily life. The approach of CBT is a structured style of therapy, in which working together is required for a successful outcome. This is done in a safe, warm, and secure environment with an individualized care plan designed for your needs."
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"As a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (CBT), my focus is to help you understand how your thoughts about situations, filtered through underlying beliefs, impact your daily living. While we can't change difficult situations, we can work together to better understand and resolve personal conflicts that present challenges in your daily life. The approach of CBT is a structured style of therapy, in which working together is required for a successful outcome. This is done in a safe, warm, and secure environment with an individualized care plan designed for your needs."
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"Throughout life we all experience difficult situations that are life changing and sometimes life shattering that we need unbiased guidance to overcome. I believe counseling to be that provision we need to overcome. For me, counseling is the process of embracing healing through honest reflection and discovering hope. It is my passion and motivation to provide guidance to others who are also dedicated to healing in the same manner."
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"Throughout life we all experience difficult situations that are life changing and sometimes life shattering that we need unbiased guidance to overcome. I believe counseling to be that provision we need to overcome. For me, counseling is the process of embracing healing through honest reflection and discovering hope. It is my passion and motivation to provide guidance to others who are also dedicated to healing in the same manner."
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"ADHD Authority, Harvard Professor, Psychiatrist Dr. Ned Hallowell, "If you have a chance to work with Kristin, don't think twice. I have referred clients to her and can tell you, she has magic. Not only does she have all the knowledge she needs, but she has the knack, the understanding & natural empathy of one who has been there, of one who really burns to make sure others do not suffer the way she did. This tenacious, loving guide is sent from heaven. Seek her out, trust her & give thanks you've found her.""
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"ADHD Authority, Harvard Professor, Psychiatrist Dr. Ned Hallowell, "If you have a chance to work with Kristin, don't think twice. I have referred clients to her and can tell you, she has magic. Not only does she have all the knowledge she needs, but she has the knack, the understanding & natural empathy of one who has been there, of one who really burns to make sure others do not suffer the way she did. This tenacious, loving guide is sent from heaven. Seek her out, trust her & give thanks you've found her.""
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"Have you tried counseling but still feel stuck? Have medications not worked as hoped? Are you looking for something new? My brain-based approach addresses the underlying biological patterns related to your concerns while also looking at your habits, perception, and interpersonal environment. Biofeedback and neurofeedback (or neurotherapy) are specialized treatments I use to help you shift away from stuck patterns towards better functioning, growth, and change. If you are seeking a sense of agency in your life or for your child, this approach is what you are looking for! Let's partner together to unlock your potential from within."
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"Have you tried counseling but still feel stuck? Have medications not worked as hoped? Are you looking for something new? My brain-based approach addresses the underlying biological patterns related to your concerns while also looking at your habits, perception, and interpersonal environment. Biofeedback and neurofeedback (or neurotherapy) are specialized treatments I use to help you shift away from stuck patterns towards better functioning, growth, and change. If you are seeking a sense of agency in your life or for your child, this approach is what you are looking for! Let's partner together to unlock your potential from within."
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Ladue, Missouri 63124
"I specialize in working with adults and adolescents who are facing challenges related to eating disorders, disordered eating and exercise, and body image. As a therapist, my goal is to provide a nonjudgmental environment in which patients can be understood on a deep level, and through our work together, offer hope for a more balanced, happier life. I also enjoy working with adolescents and adults who have been adopted, have experienced trauma, or have issues related to addictions and chronic relapse. "
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"I specialize in working with adults and adolescents who are facing challenges related to eating disorders, disordered eating and exercise, and body image. As a therapist, my goal is to provide a nonjudgmental environment in which patients can be understood on a deep level, and through our work together, offer hope for a more balanced, happier life. I also enjoy working with adolescents and adults who have been adopted, have experienced trauma, or have issues related to addictions and chronic relapse. "
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"My goal is to help clients with issues that affect their mental health and well-being. I believe that the relationship between myself as a counselor and my client is just as important as the content we discuss. It is difficult to see people struggle with issues that cause emotional turmoil; and I feel honored that I can walk with people through their healing journey. I love helping people learn skills they can use to function better and promote positive changes in their lives. "
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"My goal is to help clients with issues that affect their mental health and well-being. I believe that the relationship between myself as a counselor and my client is just as important as the content we discuss. It is difficult to see people struggle with issues that cause emotional turmoil; and I feel honored that I can walk with people through their healing journey. I love helping people learn skills they can use to function better and promote positive changes in their lives. "
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"When the challenges of life and relationship present you with complex dilemmas and create painful or uncomfortable symptoms, therapy offers an opportunity for healing and long-lasting psychological change. The power of therapy is in the way it expands your choice in behaviors or ways of seeing others, yourself and your life circumstances. Through a compassionate journey of self-exploration I will help you work toward a fuller understanding of yourself which will lead to greater choice in how you live, love, work and play. It is a privilege to join you on your journey of self-discovery and healing."
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"When the challenges of life and relationship present you with complex dilemmas and create painful or uncomfortable symptoms, therapy offers an opportunity for healing and long-lasting psychological change. The power of therapy is in the way it expands your choice in behaviors or ways of seeing others, yourself and your life circumstances. Through a compassionate journey of self-exploration I will help you work toward a fuller understanding of yourself which will lead to greater choice in how you live, love, work and play. It is a privilege to join you on your journey of self-discovery and healing."
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"I went into the field of psychology because I love helping people transform to the best version of themselves. We all need a safe place to understand ourselves and how we relate to others. I often say "We need to be Mindful of our Total-Well Being and that our minds and our bodies are an inter-connected systems. Where the mind goes, so does the man or woman in their actions and body states. We go to the physician for our physical health, so how much healthier would we be if we went to our psychologist for our mental health?""
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"I went into the field of psychology because I love helping people transform to the best version of themselves. We all need a safe place to understand ourselves and how we relate to others. I often say "We need to be Mindful of our Total-Well Being and that our minds and our bodies are an inter-connected systems. Where the mind goes, so does the man or woman in their actions and body states. We go to the physician for our physical health, so how much healthier would we be if we went to our psychologist for our mental health?""
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"I have been in private practice for over 20 years. I have a general practice but am particularly adept at working with adolescents and couples. In addition to my degree and post-graduate training in clinical social work, I have a master’s degree in school counseling. For many years I worked as a high school counselor as well as a psychotherapist. My undergraduate degree is from Washington University; my graduate degrees are from Northeastern Illinois University and the Jane Addams School of Social Work. I have completed the advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute."
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"I have been in private practice for over 20 years. I have a general practice but am particularly adept at working with adolescents and couples. In addition to my degree and post-graduate training in clinical social work, I have a master’s degree in school counseling. For many years I worked as a high school counselor as well as a psychotherapist. My undergraduate degree is from Washington University; my graduate degrees are from Northeastern Illinois University and the Jane Addams School of Social Work. I have completed the advanced Psychodynamic Psychotherapy program at the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute."
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Clayton, Missouri 63124
"Once you make the decision to seek therapy, finding a therapist who "gets you" is the key element in starting the process. I focus on: eating disorders, trauma resolution / PTSD, adolescents in crisis, and elite athletes. As a psychodynamic therapist, my goal is to help clients uncover their true potential and lead a meaningful life; it's about having a life that becomes worth celebrating."
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"Once you make the decision to seek therapy, finding a therapist who "gets you" is the key element in starting the process. I focus on: eating disorders, trauma resolution / PTSD, adolescents in crisis, and elite athletes. As a psychodynamic therapist, my goal is to help clients uncover their true potential and lead a meaningful life; it's about having a life that becomes worth celebrating."
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Ladue, Missouri 63124
"Online sessions are available! I help college students & young professionals overcome stress & anxiety so they can live calm, confident, and courageous lives. We are living in challenging and unprecedented times. Stress, depression, anxiety, and loneliness are hitting harder than ever before. It's challenging to feel "okay" when you're suffering so much. But it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s possible to live a peaceful life, even in the face of life’s challenges. I help you tap into your own wisdom, worth, and wholeness so you can cope resiliently and transform your perceived weaknesses and wounds into strengths and gifts."
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"Online sessions are available! I help college students & young professionals overcome stress & anxiety so they can live calm, confident, and courageous lives. We are living in challenging and unprecedented times. Stress, depression, anxiety, and loneliness are hitting harder than ever before. It's challenging to feel "okay" when you're suffering so much. But it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s possible to live a peaceful life, even in the face of life’s challenges. I help you tap into your own wisdom, worth, and wholeness so you can cope resiliently and transform your perceived weaknesses and wounds into strengths and gifts."
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"Life is challenging. Even when we are doing our best, we may still experience anxiety, depression, stress, moodiness, and difficulties in our relationships. Some of those feelings originate from experiences we remember clearly and want to understand and organize; other feelings seem to come from nowhere and despite our best efforts, interfere with our feeling better and doing the things we want to do. "
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"Life is challenging. Even when we are doing our best, we may still experience anxiety, depression, stress, moodiness, and difficulties in our relationships. Some of those feelings originate from experiences we remember clearly and want to understand and organize; other feelings seem to come from nowhere and despite our best efforts, interfere with our feeling better and doing the things we want to do. "
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" I enjoy helping individuals find solutions to anxiety, depression, or trauma related issues. I work with ages 6 and up. If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, or any other emotional difficulties related to family, relationships, school, or work stress please give me a call. I’d love the opportunity to work with you. "
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" I enjoy helping individuals find solutions to anxiety, depression, or trauma related issues. I work with ages 6 and up. If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, or any other emotional difficulties related to family, relationships, school, or work stress please give me a call. I’d love the opportunity to work with you. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACSW
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"In a world that has become so fast and unpredictable it can be hard to feel connected; we can even feel disconnected from ourselves. With friends and family we may hold back, knowing that each of them holds their own worries and pain. In my work with individuals and families over the past 20 years I have seen that there is great power in knowing that even one person really listens and cares. I am told that my direct communication style helps others to speak more freely with me. Hope starts here."
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"In a world that has become so fast and unpredictable it can be hard to feel connected; we can even feel disconnected from ourselves. With friends and family we may hold back, knowing that each of them holds their own worries and pain. In my work with individuals and families over the past 20 years I have seen that there is great power in knowing that even one person really listens and cares. I am told that my direct communication style helps others to speak more freely with me. Hope starts here."

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