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Are you struggling with addiction, trauma, loss, grief, or anxiety/panic? Are you using unhealthy or ineffective coping strategies to get through your day? You want to do better but you just aren't sure where to start? I can help. I specialize in working with adults, couples, teens, and families who are highly motivated & typically successful in school, at work, and at home but find themselves no longer able to cope with life's stressors on their own. Whether it is grief & loss, work stress, relationship issues, alcohol use, depression or anxiety, I can help you get your life and relationships back on track.
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Are you struggling with addiction, trauma, loss, grief, or anxiety/panic? Are you using unhealthy or ineffective coping strategies to get through your day? You want to do better but you just aren't sure where to start? I can help. I specialize in working with adults, couples, teens, and families who are highly motivated & typically successful in school, at work, and at home but find themselves no longer able to cope with life's stressors on their own. Whether it is grief & loss, work stress, relationship issues, alcohol use, depression or anxiety, I can help you get your life and relationships back on track.
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Grief takes many forms: Relationship, career, role transitions, aging, and health loss, to name a few. Whether someone dies by suicide, illness, accident, or natural circumstances, our world turns upside-down and we feel hopeless, our grief endless. Sometimes there's despair, anxiety, sometimes relief. Sometimes we think of what we could've, would've or should've done. Sometimes we're just numb. Sometimes we (or others) judge that passing time should measure our healing. Grief is individual and personal; there is no right or wrong way to feel. One thing IS certain: We need support, hope and understanding.
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Grief takes many forms: Relationship, career, role transitions, aging, and health loss, to name a few. Whether someone dies by suicide, illness, accident, or natural circumstances, our world turns upside-down and we feel hopeless, our grief endless. Sometimes there's despair, anxiety, sometimes relief. Sometimes we think of what we could've, would've or should've done. Sometimes we're just numb. Sometimes we (or others) judge that passing time should measure our healing. Grief is individual and personal; there is no right or wrong way to feel. One thing IS certain: We need support, hope and understanding.
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The therapeutic relationship is a powerful vehicle for transformation. Through developing a trusting relationship where all feelings are welcome, I teach people to trust themselves and thus live more satisfying and authentic lives. My primary theoretical approach is object relations. This implies that relationships imprinted in early life play out and can be reworked in therapy wherein the client can internalize healthier ways of interacting. I am privileged to engage in this deeply personal process with people who are motivated by their suffering to find more effective ways to relate to themselves and others.
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The therapeutic relationship is a powerful vehicle for transformation. Through developing a trusting relationship where all feelings are welcome, I teach people to trust themselves and thus live more satisfying and authentic lives. My primary theoretical approach is object relations. This implies that relationships imprinted in early life play out and can be reworked in therapy wherein the client can internalize healthier ways of interacting. I am privileged to engage in this deeply personal process with people who are motivated by their suffering to find more effective ways to relate to themselves and others.
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Counseling can help you through challenging times and be life changing. I have dedicated myself to helping adults with serious life challenges by providing therapy and education to empower my clients to: make sense of their feelings, not feel alone, hurt less, re-frame their life narratives, develop healthy coping skills, and feel more confident. I specialize in life transitions, grief, loss, health issues, depression, anxiety, family conflicts, immigration issues, domestic violence/abuse, and death & dying. Typically, my clients decide to work with me because they trust me to guide them toward a place of peace and hope.
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Counseling can help you through challenging times and be life changing. I have dedicated myself to helping adults with serious life challenges by providing therapy and education to empower my clients to: make sense of their feelings, not feel alone, hurt less, re-frame their life narratives, develop healthy coping skills, and feel more confident. I specialize in life transitions, grief, loss, health issues, depression, anxiety, family conflicts, immigration issues, domestic violence/abuse, and death & dying. Typically, my clients decide to work with me because they trust me to guide them toward a place of peace and hope.
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My approach to therapy is insight oriented, solution focused and centered on helping you become more conscious of your thoughts, feelings and integrating the two in order to help you live a more fulfilled life. Finding the right therapist is a crucial part of the healing process and developing the right connection is key in developing an effective therapeutic relationship. Choose someone whose experience you trust supported by online reviews, someone who you like as a person and someone who sees the untapped possibilities in you. I will be dedicated to ensuring you get the best quality care possible!
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My approach to therapy is insight oriented, solution focused and centered on helping you become more conscious of your thoughts, feelings and integrating the two in order to help you live a more fulfilled life. Finding the right therapist is a crucial part of the healing process and developing the right connection is key in developing an effective therapeutic relationship. Choose someone whose experience you trust supported by online reviews, someone who you like as a person and someone who sees the untapped possibilities in you. I will be dedicated to ensuring you get the best quality care possible!
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The most significant predictor of a successful therapy experience is the quality of the relationship between therapist and client. Building a safe, nurturing relationship is where I excel. My style is warm and highly interactive, best suited for clients who prefer a therapist who feels very human, less like the old "medical model." I assist clients to explore their thought patterns and corresponding emotional reactions, and to identify unconscious assumptions they hold about themselves, which inform their behavioral patterns. I also provide practical tools for regulating anxiety, managing depression, and processing grief & loss.
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The most significant predictor of a successful therapy experience is the quality of the relationship between therapist and client. Building a safe, nurturing relationship is where I excel. My style is warm and highly interactive, best suited for clients who prefer a therapist who feels very human, less like the old "medical model." I assist clients to explore their thought patterns and corresponding emotional reactions, and to identify unconscious assumptions they hold about themselves, which inform their behavioral patterns. I also provide practical tools for regulating anxiety, managing depression, and processing grief & loss.
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Have you had problems that you thought were resolved and then they return again? I help individuals resolve problems once and for all. I work from a spiritual lens; I believe people know intuitively how to access their inner wisdom; however there are blocks that get in the way; I assist people in seeing these blocks and removing them. Often we get in our own way and we need assistance; this is where I can help.
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Have you had problems that you thought were resolved and then they return again? I help individuals resolve problems once and for all. I work from a spiritual lens; I believe people know intuitively how to access their inner wisdom; however there are blocks that get in the way; I assist people in seeing these blocks and removing them. Often we get in our own way and we need assistance; this is where I can help.
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I offer support, reorganizing, and reimagining life for those coping with chronic illness, dementia, and losses of all kinds. If you need help getting through grief that's what I do. For the time being I am online, where I meet clients and lead grief and dementia groups. My grief groups are 8 weeks, focused on working through the loss, and getting you to your new life. The dementia group is the 3rd Saturday of each month at https://www.facebook.com/Riversidedementiasupport/- and it's free of charge. I approach life, and therapy looking for the joy while managing the tough times- not letting them manage life. Call to see me.
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I offer support, reorganizing, and reimagining life for those coping with chronic illness, dementia, and losses of all kinds. If you need help getting through grief that's what I do. For the time being I am online, where I meet clients and lead grief and dementia groups. My grief groups are 8 weeks, focused on working through the loss, and getting you to your new life. The dementia group is the 3rd Saturday of each month at https://www.facebook.com/Riversidedementiasupport/- and it's free of charge. I approach life, and therapy looking for the joy while managing the tough times- not letting them manage life. Call to see me.
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Reginald Hill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who graduated from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts and has over 15 years of experience working with clients and families in various treatment settings such as community mental health, outpatient, acute and Emergency Room settings. With a background in higher education, he has provided academic advising and counseling to adolescents seeking admissions. Reginald is committed to the ongoing process of learning, he is currently a doctoral candidate, where he has had additional training in clinical psychology and neuropsychology.
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Reginald Hill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who graduated from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts and has over 15 years of experience working with clients and families in various treatment settings such as community mental health, outpatient, acute and Emergency Room settings. With a background in higher education, he has provided academic advising and counseling to adolescents seeking admissions. Reginald is committed to the ongoing process of learning, he is currently a doctoral candidate, where he has had additional training in clinical psychology and neuropsychology.
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Hello and welcome! I started my practice to help people overcome and recover from grief and loss, trauma and relationship issues. My therapeutic approach allows negative or problem situations to transform into positive solutions. I am a certified grief recovery specialist and also work with pet loss, relationship endings and life transitions. I enter each therapy session with sincerity and compassion and will work with you to develop a plan for reaching your goals. If you are experiencing pain from the death of a loved one, a life change or relationship ending, please call or e-mail to set up an in-person appointment.
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Hello and welcome! I started my practice to help people overcome and recover from grief and loss, trauma and relationship issues. My therapeutic approach allows negative or problem situations to transform into positive solutions. I am a certified grief recovery specialist and also work with pet loss, relationship endings and life transitions. I enter each therapy session with sincerity and compassion and will work with you to develop a plan for reaching your goals. If you are experiencing pain from the death of a loved one, a life change or relationship ending, please call or e-mail to set up an in-person appointment.
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Therapy is a gift of time and of a safe, supportive space for self-examination. Therapy provides awareness of the choice to shape our lives in meaningful ways. It's a collaborative process between client and therapist facilitating personal growth through exploration of the client's unique beliefs, feelings and behaviors. Pasts influence present realities in ways that are often outside of our awareness, and thus have a profound impact on how we view ourselves, connections to others, and place in the world. Losses and changes create disillusionment and helplessness if not processed to allow forward movement and renewed meaning.
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Therapy is a gift of time and of a safe, supportive space for self-examination. Therapy provides awareness of the choice to shape our lives in meaningful ways. It's a collaborative process between client and therapist facilitating personal growth through exploration of the client's unique beliefs, feelings and behaviors. Pasts influence present realities in ways that are often outside of our awareness, and thus have a profound impact on how we view ourselves, connections to others, and place in the world. Losses and changes create disillusionment and helplessness if not processed to allow forward movement and renewed meaning.
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Now offering Telehealth! Are you experiencing anxiety symptoms? Loss of sleep, ruminating thoughts, feeling short of breath and fatigue are all signs you are processing strong feelings at this time. I can help! I have over 15 years of experience in working with individuals and families in assessing and treating mood and substance use disorders and concerns. If you are concerned about your own mood, alcohol or drug use (or a family members!), I would love to speak with you and provide guidance and support. We don't want finances to be a barrier for support at this time and are offering sliding scales. Please contact us today.
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Now offering Telehealth! Are you experiencing anxiety symptoms? Loss of sleep, ruminating thoughts, feeling short of breath and fatigue are all signs you are processing strong feelings at this time. I can help! I have over 15 years of experience in working with individuals and families in assessing and treating mood and substance use disorders and concerns. If you are concerned about your own mood, alcohol or drug use (or a family members!), I would love to speak with you and provide guidance and support. We don't want finances to be a barrier for support at this time and are offering sliding scales. Please contact us today.
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I enjoy working with mainly individuals and couples facing a variety of issues including loss of all types. This includes the death of a loved one, divorce or separation, job loss, infertility, and retirement. I have an understanding of the stress and anxiety as a lifelong resident of the peninsula. My approach is practical and supportive.
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I enjoy working with mainly individuals and couples facing a variety of issues including loss of all types. This includes the death of a loved one, divorce or separation, job loss, infertility, and retirement. I have an understanding of the stress and anxiety as a lifelong resident of the peninsula. My approach is practical and supportive.
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Let this isolation be a time for healing. My specialization in trauma, grief, anxiety, depression and addiction is more important then ever. I am committed to helping families and individuals progress through every day challenges. When working with me, you can expect to uncover deeper insights about your inner world, uncovering the factors that may be contributing to your current life-state. We will explore the issues that have been affecting you and put the focus on wellness, optimism and fulfillment.
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Let this isolation be a time for healing. My specialization in trauma, grief, anxiety, depression and addiction is more important then ever. I am committed to helping families and individuals progress through every day challenges. When working with me, you can expect to uncover deeper insights about your inner world, uncovering the factors that may be contributing to your current life-state. We will explore the issues that have been affecting you and put the focus on wellness, optimism and fulfillment.
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Have you recently suffered a loss or are having difficulty in a relationship? Are you experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression? Life will often bring about numerous stressors. Though we try our best to manage these stressors, it may sometimes feel as though whatever we are doing is not working or things just aren’t improving. This can be scary and overwhelming, but it also provides the opportunity for positive change and growth. I believe that there are different ways to approach a problem and I value the opportunity to help others figure out what works best for them.
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Have you recently suffered a loss or are having difficulty in a relationship? Are you experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression? Life will often bring about numerous stressors. Though we try our best to manage these stressors, it may sometimes feel as though whatever we are doing is not working or things just aren’t improving. This can be scary and overwhelming, but it also provides the opportunity for positive change and growth. I believe that there are different ways to approach a problem and I value the opportunity to help others figure out what works best for them.
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There comes a point for many of us when we realize that we don’t want to face our problems alone. We are human after all, and a part of what defines that humanity is our need for each other. Maybe it’s difficult for you to acknowledge this desire. You may be afraid to let people in and get close. You might tend to give more than you get back. Sometimes you might not even know what is that you're needing. Maybe you find yourself stuck in the same patterns you thought you had broken. You might feel self-critical. You may be marginalized and feel unseen and unheard. Feelings of hopelessness, grief, and anxiety might overwhelm you.
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There comes a point for many of us when we realize that we don’t want to face our problems alone. We are human after all, and a part of what defines that humanity is our need for each other. Maybe it’s difficult for you to acknowledge this desire. You may be afraid to let people in and get close. You might tend to give more than you get back. Sometimes you might not even know what is that you're needing. Maybe you find yourself stuck in the same patterns you thought you had broken. You might feel self-critical. You may be marginalized and feel unseen and unheard. Feelings of hopelessness, grief, and anxiety might overwhelm you.
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Life in the time of Coronavirus; we're living through a historic global health crisis that's indescribably stressful. The blindingly fast pace of life has come to a grinding halt. We're accumulating losses, some more than others. Everyone's survival stress and anxiety about sickness, death, insecurity, uncertainty and loss have come roaring to the surface. If you have pre-existing PTSD, depression, OCD or anxiety, you may feel particularly affected. You may find you're relying more on compulsive behaviors to cope with stress. While it may feel surreal, this is actually a great time to start therapy.
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Life in the time of Coronavirus; we're living through a historic global health crisis that's indescribably stressful. The blindingly fast pace of life has come to a grinding halt. We're accumulating losses, some more than others. Everyone's survival stress and anxiety about sickness, death, insecurity, uncertainty and loss have come roaring to the surface. If you have pre-existing PTSD, depression, OCD or anxiety, you may feel particularly affected. You may find you're relying more on compulsive behaviors to cope with stress. While it may feel surreal, this is actually a great time to start therapy.
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Is fear, anger, self doubt, grief, or shame a frequent companion? Have you or someone close to you been diagnosed with cancer or a life threatening illness? Have you experienced the death of a loved one? Did you over-drink one more time? Let me help you release the grip of suffering and rediscover your wisdom, truth, and joy.
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Is fear, anger, self doubt, grief, or shame a frequent companion? Have you or someone close to you been diagnosed with cancer or a life threatening illness? Have you experienced the death of a loved one? Did you over-drink one more time? Let me help you release the grip of suffering and rediscover your wisdom, truth, and joy.
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I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires.
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I believe in the wisdom of the body, it is constantly communicating something to you, and your emotions are the messenger. I want to help you become an expert at your own body language so that you can heal what has happened to you, and make room for the truth of your soul, by learning to listen to your body's deepest desires.
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When faced with difficult emotions or circumstances, it can often feel as though there is nothing to trust in or hold on to. My passion is supporting clients in finding greater freedom in their lives through developing a deeper understanding and trust in themselves.
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When faced with difficult emotions or circumstances, it can often feel as though there is nothing to trust in or hold on to. My passion is supporting clients in finding greater freedom in their lives through developing a deeper understanding and trust in themselves.

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Grief (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) Therapists
If you're looking for help with grief in California or for a California grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with grieving, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.If you're looking for help with grief therapy in California or for a California grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include California grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with California grieving therapy, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.

If you're looking for help with bereavement in California or for a California bereavement therapist, these professionals provide bereavement counseling and bereavement support. They include California bereavement therapists, bereavement psychologists and bereavement counselors.

If you're looking for help with a recent loss in California of a loved one, or you're feeling a sense of loss, these therapists provide loss counseling and support for you. They include California loss therapists, loss therapy and loss counselors.

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Therapists in California are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in California

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


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