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Valley Stream, New York 11581
I am a very attentive and compassionate person. I work in a collaborative way. My goal is to be a partner to your journey, to the change you wish to make in your life, and to help you move forward, happier, more aware, and more complete with yourself, your family or your better half. My therapeutic approach concentrates on short-term treatment and emphasizes on a more open, mutual relationship. Our first phone conversation will be a short complimentary consultation, in which you'll be able to ask me anything about the process or about me.
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(917) 563-4413
Valley Stream, New York 11581
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I am a very attentive and compassionate person. I work in a collaborative way. My goal is to be a partner to your journey, to the change you wish to make in your life, and to help you move forward, happier, more aware, and more complete with yourself, your family or your better half. My therapeutic approach concentrates on short-term treatment and emphasizes on a more open, mutual relationship. Our first phone conversation will be a short complimentary consultation, in which you'll be able to ask me anything about the process or about me.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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Valley Stream, New York 11581
Do you want to do more than exist? Do you want to triumph over depression, anxiety and trauma? As humans, we all strive for happiness, fulfillment, and connection but are often met with obstacles that get in the way; however, you don’t have to go through them alone. I am dedicated to working with individuals who feel that they need a change. My belief is that awareness is key to enhancing mental health. Together, we will increase your self-awareness, thereby encouraging empowerment and growth. Utilizing client based psychotherapy, can help you find new tools and perspectives that will enhance your mental health and quality of life.
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(516) 259-4006
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Valley Stream, New York 11581
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Do you want to do more than exist? Do you want to triumph over depression, anxiety and trauma? As humans, we all strive for happiness, fulfillment, and connection but are often met with obstacles that get in the way; however, you don’t have to go through them alone. I am dedicated to working with individuals who feel that they need a change. My belief is that awareness is key to enhancing mental health. Together, we will increase your self-awareness, thereby encouraging empowerment and growth. Utilizing client based psychotherapy, can help you find new tools and perspectives that will enhance your mental health and quality of life.
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Psychologist, Ph.D, ABPP
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I am committed to helping people address psychological difficulties of their lives from adolescence to advanced age. These include crises of health, psychological wellbeing, and conflictual issues. I have over 40 years of experience working with borderline personality, depression, and maturational issues - conflicts with parents, work, school, and life-cycle transitions. As a faculty member, supervisor, and training analyst at the William Alanson White Institute, I lecture, supervise, and present at conferences on these issues. My treatment approach involves verbal psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, short and long-term.
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(646) 776-4287
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I am committed to helping people address psychological difficulties of their lives from adolescence to advanced age. These include crises of health, psychological wellbeing, and conflictual issues. I have over 40 years of experience working with borderline personality, depression, and maturational issues - conflicts with parents, work, school, and life-cycle transitions. As a faculty member, supervisor, and training analyst at the William Alanson White Institute, I lecture, supervise, and present at conferences on these issues. My treatment approach involves verbal psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, short and long-term.
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Psychologist, PsyD
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Often time, people begin psychotherapy as a result of feeling disconnected from themselves or the world. When overwhelmed by life, you may notice feeling drained, disconnected, dissatisfied with your relationships, and at times physically unwell. In therapy, I create a safe space to explore past, present, and future struggles and work towards goals in order to live a more insightful, balanced, fulfilled life.
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(646) 762-1076
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Often time, people begin psychotherapy as a result of feeling disconnected from themselves or the world. When overwhelmed by life, you may notice feeling drained, disconnected, dissatisfied with your relationships, and at times physically unwell. In therapy, I create a safe space to explore past, present, and future struggles and work towards goals in order to live a more insightful, balanced, fulfilled life.
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Counselor, LMHC
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Do you feel sad, anxious, lonely, or misunderstood? Discouraged by repetitive, heart-wrenching patterns in your relationships or obstacles progressing your career? As a well-trained, experienced, & compassionate psychotherapist, I can help you overcome difficulties you are worried might be intractable. My aim is to create a safe & therapeutic space for self-reflection, skill building, and to help you think about and get beyond the specific life challenges using proven & effective methods. Working collaboratively with you, we will set goals, problem-solve, & uncover the factors that drive distressing feelings, thoughts, or behaviors.
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(929) 329-3832
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Do you feel sad, anxious, lonely, or misunderstood? Discouraged by repetitive, heart-wrenching patterns in your relationships or obstacles progressing your career? As a well-trained, experienced, & compassionate psychotherapist, I can help you overcome difficulties you are worried might be intractable. My aim is to create a safe & therapeutic space for self-reflection, skill building, and to help you think about and get beyond the specific life challenges using proven & effective methods. Working collaboratively with you, we will set goals, problem-solve, & uncover the factors that drive distressing feelings, thoughts, or behaviors.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R
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In a caring home-office I offer supportive, practical, goal-oriented, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and dialectical behavioral (DBT) psychotherapy for accepting and processing what's past and embracing what's next with wisdom and ease. With 25+ years of experience in areas such as: infertility, cancer, health, stress, relationships, divorce mediation, family therapy, meditation and yoga, depression/anxiety and wellness, work/life balance, I have a strong understanding life's transitions, especially with teens, young adults and families. My hours are flexible. The first appointment will be helpful in understanding the client's history and desires and determining if the rapport is comfortable.
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(914) 873-4861
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In a caring home-office I offer supportive, practical, goal-oriented, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and dialectical behavioral (DBT) psychotherapy for accepting and processing what's past and embracing what's next with wisdom and ease. With 25+ years of experience in areas such as: infertility, cancer, health, stress, relationships, divorce mediation, family therapy, meditation and yoga, depression/anxiety and wellness, work/life balance, I have a strong understanding life's transitions, especially with teens, young adults and families. My hours are flexible. The first appointment will be helpful in understanding the client's history and desires and determining if the rapport is comfortable.
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Counselor, LMHC
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Therapy is a wonderful type of self-care and tool. It aids in positive changes and healing relationships. My work is about supporting clients in reaching their goals. I provide a positive space, and warm therapeutic relationship. This perspective allows clients to develop insight into the patterns of their behaviors and to learn coping skills that will help bring about resilience and positive change.
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(929) 334-3428
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Therapy is a wonderful type of self-care and tool. It aids in positive changes and healing relationships. My work is about supporting clients in reaching their goals. I provide a positive space, and warm therapeutic relationship. This perspective allows clients to develop insight into the patterns of their behaviors and to learn coping skills that will help bring about resilience and positive change.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
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Holistic Psychotherapy works with the whole of you -- mind, body and soul -- not just your thinking and talking parts. Most of our problems are spiritual, and our symptoms are signs of an emotional imbalance that wants to be fixed, or of something inside us that wants to show itself and grow. So we can be grateful to our symptoms for taking us, kicking and screaming probably, on a journey to our own inside world. That is the place where we can make meaning for ourselves, and where we can find that simple joy is literally just a breath away sometimes.
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(646) 600-5192
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Holistic Psychotherapy works with the whole of you -- mind, body and soul -- not just your thinking and talking parts. Most of our problems are spiritual, and our symptoms are signs of an emotional imbalance that wants to be fixed, or of something inside us that wants to show itself and grow. So we can be grateful to our symptoms for taking us, kicking and screaming probably, on a journey to our own inside world. That is the place where we can make meaning for ourselves, and where we can find that simple joy is literally just a breath away sometimes.
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Art Therapist, MS, LCAT, ATR
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Do you struggle with stress, anxiety, or depression? Do you have a history of trauma or chronic pain? Have you felt lost or misunderstood in a new culture or environment? As a psychotherapist, working with children as well as adults and the elderly, I maintain a sensitive, compassionate approach to treating these issues as well as the stressors of isolation, grief and loss. Working in NY and internationally, I offer a multicultural approach to treatment of individuals, families and groups. Based on an initial consultation I may suggest Brief-therapy (6-8 sessions), tailored to the individual's needs.
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(914) 529-6365
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Do you struggle with stress, anxiety, or depression? Do you have a history of trauma or chronic pain? Have you felt lost or misunderstood in a new culture or environment? As a psychotherapist, working with children as well as adults and the elderly, I maintain a sensitive, compassionate approach to treating these issues as well as the stressors of isolation, grief and loss. Working in NY and internationally, I offer a multicultural approach to treatment of individuals, families and groups. Based on an initial consultation I may suggest Brief-therapy (6-8 sessions), tailored to the individual's needs.
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Psychologist, PsyD
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My goal as a psychotherapist is to help people work through difficult experiences, traumas, or symptoms that may be holding them back. I believe that emotional pain can lead to anxiety, shame, and self-doubt. These feelings keep us feeling stuck and inhibit vital parts of ourselves. I strive to help my clients develop more compassion and curiosity toward their experiences so they can learn new ways of coping and achieve greater satisfaction, self-confidence, and authenticity.
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(833) 575-0480
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My goal as a psychotherapist is to help people work through difficult experiences, traumas, or symptoms that may be holding them back. I believe that emotional pain can lead to anxiety, shame, and self-doubt. These feelings keep us feeling stuck and inhibit vital parts of ourselves. I strive to help my clients develop more compassion and curiosity toward their experiences so they can learn new ways of coping and achieve greater satisfaction, self-confidence, and authenticity.
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Psychologist, PhD
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Do you suffer from feeling depressed or anxious? Are you having problems in your love life or your marriage? Do you struggle with compulsive sexual behaviors or pornography, or are you in a relationship with someone who does? Have you gone through trauma that is still causing you pain and distress? You are probably doing your best to overcome your challenges and may have tried many different ways to improve your life. I use an understanding and supportive approach, in which you will learn about your feelings and behaviors and develop new skills. We will work together to find the freedom you have been seeking.
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(347) 269-4393
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Do you suffer from feeling depressed or anxious? Are you having problems in your love life or your marriage? Do you struggle with compulsive sexual behaviors or pornography, or are you in a relationship with someone who does? Have you gone through trauma that is still causing you pain and distress? You are probably doing your best to overcome your challenges and may have tried many different ways to improve your life. I use an understanding and supportive approach, in which you will learn about your feelings and behaviors and develop new skills. We will work together to find the freedom you have been seeking.
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Counselor, LMHC, MS, MA, EMDR
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Experienced, compassionate, and empathetic, are words that my clients use to describe me as their therapist. Since 2009, I have helped thousands of my clients and created several centers for our South Brooklyn Community to receive help and provide excellence of psychological care. As a healer in my profession, I guide, and help clients heal/repair their lives each day. My clients appreciate my sincerity, being non-judgmental, having a sense of humor, compassion, analytical skills, and effectiveness of therapeutic techniques, which I continue to hone as a trained therapist. Rothschild Counseling Centers provide top notch care.
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(347) 620-0322
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Experienced, compassionate, and empathetic, are words that my clients use to describe me as their therapist. Since 2009, I have helped thousands of my clients and created several centers for our South Brooklyn Community to receive help and provide excellence of psychological care. As a healer in my profession, I guide, and help clients heal/repair their lives each day. My clients appreciate my sincerity, being non-judgmental, having a sense of humor, compassion, analytical skills, and effectiveness of therapeutic techniques, which I continue to hone as a trained therapist. Rothschild Counseling Centers provide top notch care.
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Psychologist, PsyD, BCB, LCP
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Our practice specializes in assisting intelligent, high-functioning adults to mobilize their inherent strengths toward achieving their highest potential. Clients that come to our practice often report a range of difficulties that impede them from living a well-balanced life. Most commonly reported symptoms range from feeling chronic stress, addictions, panic attacks, depressed mood, obsessive thoughts, interpersonal conflicts at work and home, and even spiritual struggles.
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(201) 345-1566 x1
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Our practice specializes in assisting intelligent, high-functioning adults to mobilize their inherent strengths toward achieving their highest potential. Clients that come to our practice often report a range of difficulties that impede them from living a well-balanced life. Most commonly reported symptoms range from feeling chronic stress, addictions, panic attacks, depressed mood, obsessive thoughts, interpersonal conflicts at work and home, and even spiritual struggles.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (NYS). I am available for individual, group, family and couples therapy.
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(917) 540-9127
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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (NYS). I am available for individual, group, family and couples therapy.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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Most people experience times in their lives when they need a little help. I've been in practice for over 20 years and I've helped many many patients through difficult periods such as divorce, illness, deaths and other tough life transitions. Whether you are struggling with relationship challenges, family issues, work problems, or finances; the insight and support of a trained professional can be extremely useful.
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(917) 722-1983
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Most people experience times in their lives when they need a little help. I've been in practice for over 20 years and I've helped many many patients through difficult periods such as divorce, illness, deaths and other tough life transitions. Whether you are struggling with relationship challenges, family issues, work problems, or finances; the insight and support of a trained professional can be extremely useful.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSSW, LCSW
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My clients are women who are 35+. They are smart people who want to heal from stress, depression, grief, loss or trauma. They might need to clear up job problems, family dynamics or resolve eldercare issues. They need to express their feelings, concerns, fears, ideas, and goals and get the support and guidance they need to accomplish those goals. They want to develop coping skills to become calmer, more hopeful, happier, more confident and successful in their day to day lives. I provide in person therapy or Skype, FaceTime for your convenience.
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(845) 579-3667
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My clients are women who are 35+. They are smart people who want to heal from stress, depression, grief, loss or trauma. They might need to clear up job problems, family dynamics or resolve eldercare issues. They need to express their feelings, concerns, fears, ideas, and goals and get the support and guidance they need to accomplish those goals. They want to develop coping skills to become calmer, more hopeful, happier, more confident and successful in their day to day lives. I provide in person therapy or Skype, FaceTime for your convenience.
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Psychologist, PsyD, MA
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I work with a flexible, eclectic approach utilizing the "whatever works" principle. Expressive, dynamic exploration is an important approach that underlies most therapeutic conversation. When possible, a short-term treatment will be used to reach goals. For stress, traumatic memory and anxiety, I often use EMDR, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness training, and body-centered techniques. Always, strength-based and positive psychology are at the forefront of my thinking along with awareness of the spiritual foundations of meaningful human life.
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(914) 295-0282
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I work with a flexible, eclectic approach utilizing the "whatever works" principle. Expressive, dynamic exploration is an important approach that underlies most therapeutic conversation. When possible, a short-term treatment will be used to reach goals. For stress, traumatic memory and anxiety, I often use EMDR, cognitive behavioral, mindfulness training, and body-centered techniques. Always, strength-based and positive psychology are at the forefront of my thinking along with awareness of the spiritual foundations of meaningful human life.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Ph.D, LCSW
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Dedication, education and experience are the qualities that will contribute to an active exploration of your unconscious and conscious mind in a safe and secure analytical framework. This therapeutic process is thrilling as one hears, listens and gains conscious knowledge of the wisdom of the unconscious. Psychoanalytical psychotherapy requires commitment, time, and an over riding desire for wellness. It does not promise a false, temporary relief, a quick fix, and/or health gained by following a therapist's directives under the false premise that others have the answers. The unconscious owns the answers and wellness.
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(718) 569-8588
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Dedication, education and experience are the qualities that will contribute to an active exploration of your unconscious and conscious mind in a safe and secure analytical framework. This therapeutic process is thrilling as one hears, listens and gains conscious knowledge of the wisdom of the unconscious. Psychoanalytical psychotherapy requires commitment, time, and an over riding desire for wellness. It does not promise a false, temporary relief, a quick fix, and/or health gained by following a therapist's directives under the false premise that others have the answers. The unconscious owns the answers and wellness.
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Psychologist, PsyD
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I am a New York State licensed psychologist with extensive experience in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and mindfulness-based approaches. I work with pre-adolescents, adolescents, college students, adults and families. I provide time-limited, goal-directed and structured treatment. My approach is collaborative, respectful, compassionate and logical. I introduce ways to actively cope when in distress, modify one's thinking and behavioral responses, improve problem-solving skills, and help develop the confidence to persevere when dealing with life's various challenges.
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(646) 679-5905
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I am a New York State licensed psychologist with extensive experience in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and mindfulness-based approaches. I work with pre-adolescents, adolescents, college students, adults and families. I provide time-limited, goal-directed and structured treatment. My approach is collaborative, respectful, compassionate and logical. I introduce ways to actively cope when in distress, modify one's thinking and behavioral responses, improve problem-solving skills, and help develop the confidence to persevere when dealing with life's various challenges.
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Psychologist, PhD
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I have found that the most important factor in any successful therapy is the chemistry between therapist and the people he/she works with. I use the therapeutic relationship to understand what problems an individual faces outside the office, what blocks them from accomplishing what they want for themselves. A therapeutic relationship is often one of the most intimate and private relationships one can have. I try to help people develop their own sense of agency to gain control over their lives. I believe people want to be seen and heard. I enjoy being able to provide that for them.
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(516) 346-5369
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I have found that the most important factor in any successful therapy is the chemistry between therapist and the people he/she works with. I use the therapeutic relationship to understand what problems an individual faces outside the office, what blocks them from accomplishing what they want for themselves. A therapeutic relationship is often one of the most intimate and private relationships one can have. I try to help people develop their own sense of agency to gain control over their lives. I believe people want to be seen and heard. I enjoy being able to provide that for them.

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