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Welcome! Striving for perfection can be exhausting and increase feelings of anxiety and depression. On the outside, it may look like everything is fine. Have you ever asked yourself, though, how you got so good at making things always look fine? Have you had practice dealing with difficult or critical family members or others? Have you been told not to show your feelings or share with others when things are not so good? Do you feel like you are not smart enough, attractive enough, accomplished enough or selfless enough? Do you feel like you can never do enough or be enough? It is o.k. to take care of yourself in difficult times.
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Welcome! Striving for perfection can be exhausting and increase feelings of anxiety and depression. On the outside, it may look like everything is fine. Have you ever asked yourself, though, how you got so good at making things always look fine? Have you had practice dealing with difficult or critical family members or others? Have you been told not to show your feelings or share with others when things are not so good? Do you feel like you are not smart enough, attractive enough, accomplished enough or selfless enough? Do you feel like you can never do enough or be enough? It is o.k. to take care of yourself in difficult times.
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I take a practical approach to therapy and healing because I truly believe that our therapeutic process has to be realistic and meaningful so the outcomes can have a measurable impact on your life. My goal is to help you remove obstacles in your day to day life, help you to highlight your strengths and positive attributes while overcoming the hurdles and challenges that are in the way of your life goals, happiness and daily peace.
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I take a practical approach to therapy and healing because I truly believe that our therapeutic process has to be realistic and meaningful so the outcomes can have a measurable impact on your life. My goal is to help you remove obstacles in your day to day life, help you to highlight your strengths and positive attributes while overcoming the hurdles and challenges that are in the way of your life goals, happiness and daily peace.
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In today's culture, we are often so focused on dealing with the many stressors of everyday life and on taking care of others, we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious and depleted. Making an appointment for therapy with me is the first step towards taking care of yourself and feeling better. In my experience, lasting change can begin to take place as you share with a therapist who will listen compassionately, join with you to understand your experience, and guide you to find and use the tools to make postive changes and create the life you want.
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In today's culture, we are often so focused on dealing with the many stressors of everyday life and on taking care of others, we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed, depressed, anxious and depleted. Making an appointment for therapy with me is the first step towards taking care of yourself and feeling better. In my experience, lasting change can begin to take place as you share with a therapist who will listen compassionately, join with you to understand your experience, and guide you to find and use the tools to make postive changes and create the life you want.
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Are you intellectually curious about personal growth? Let "change" be an intriguing adventure rather than an anxiety-producing threat. In your life experiences what has and hasn't worked for you? Triggers, symptoms of distress can become new ways of understanding what in your life needs a new focus. Knowing oneself more fully and making conscious choices equals more personal meaning. A great therapy experience involves jointly developing a trustworthy exploration of how feelings, thoughts, behaviors and interactions help or hurt your pursuit of a contented life with less self-doubt, fear of the unknown and personally determined lifelong growth.
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Are you intellectually curious about personal growth? Let "change" be an intriguing adventure rather than an anxiety-producing threat. In your life experiences what has and hasn't worked for you? Triggers, symptoms of distress can become new ways of understanding what in your life needs a new focus. Knowing oneself more fully and making conscious choices equals more personal meaning. A great therapy experience involves jointly developing a trustworthy exploration of how feelings, thoughts, behaviors and interactions help or hurt your pursuit of a contented life with less self-doubt, fear of the unknown and personally determined lifelong growth.
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Relationship problems can result from prolonged grief, excessive guilt, low self-esteem or having very few boundaries. Problems may occur from a series of failed or stormy relationships, being over-controlling or being too inflexible. They can arise from developmental "shocks," losses or being emotionally starved. Problems can result from violence, molestation, abuses, or feeling empty and disconnected. They may also occur from addictions, codependent choices, chronic illnesses, neurobiology or the quality of healthcare. And relationship problems can result from paralyzing fear of harm or being alone, or any combination of the above.
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Relationship problems can result from prolonged grief, excessive guilt, low self-esteem or having very few boundaries. Problems may occur from a series of failed or stormy relationships, being over-controlling or being too inflexible. They can arise from developmental "shocks," losses or being emotionally starved. Problems can result from violence, molestation, abuses, or feeling empty and disconnected. They may also occur from addictions, codependent choices, chronic illnesses, neurobiology or the quality of healthcare. And relationship problems can result from paralyzing fear of harm or being alone, or any combination of the above.
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I am a psychotherapist working with adults and couples, ages 21 and older. I have a broad range of training which allows me to work with a diversified clientele. I utilize a client-centered approach in assessing the presented issues and in developing an appropriate treatment plan. My goal is to work with the client in understanding their needs and providing the best treatment approach for them.
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I am a psychotherapist working with adults and couples, ages 21 and older. I have a broad range of training which allows me to work with a diversified clientele. I utilize a client-centered approach in assessing the presented issues and in developing an appropriate treatment plan. My goal is to work with the client in understanding their needs and providing the best treatment approach for them.
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My goal at New Directions, a Clinical Psychology practice, is to assist individuals, couples, families and other groups. Issues may result from many situations, including the challenges of marriage, parenting, friendships, the workplace and others. Or, the challenge may be from being alone. The common thread for many individuals is a wish for "new directions" in life. I make every effort to work towards finding solutions. As a Clinical Psychologist in practice for over 40 years, my belief is that the decision made by individuals to seek psychological treatment is an important step in moving forward towards new directions in life.
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My goal at New Directions, a Clinical Psychology practice, is to assist individuals, couples, families and other groups. Issues may result from many situations, including the challenges of marriage, parenting, friendships, the workplace and others. Or, the challenge may be from being alone. The common thread for many individuals is a wish for "new directions" in life. I make every effort to work towards finding solutions. As a Clinical Psychologist in practice for over 40 years, my belief is that the decision made by individuals to seek psychological treatment is an important step in moving forward towards new directions in life.
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I greatly value the opportunity to empower people in their pursuit of well being. You may have a specific concern or a general sense that you wish to move through life differently. I strive to incorporate your values, identities, and unique life circumstances into therapy, working with you as a whole person rather than as a collection of symptoms. I believe that stress and pain are unavoidable parts of life, and that reactions to these can add to distress. In developing and working towards goals together, I consider the quality of our relationship to be a powerful source of healing.
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I greatly value the opportunity to empower people in their pursuit of well being. You may have a specific concern or a general sense that you wish to move through life differently. I strive to incorporate your values, identities, and unique life circumstances into therapy, working with you as a whole person rather than as a collection of symptoms. I believe that stress and pain are unavoidable parts of life, and that reactions to these can add to distress. In developing and working towards goals together, I consider the quality of our relationship to be a powerful source of healing.
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Dr. Carol Robbins is a clinical psychologist who provides a specialty practice for all of your ADD needs with the expertise and compassion that you deserve. Are you tired of getting the run-around? Of being told that you are just stressed, depressed or anxious, but you know that there is more to it than that? Trust me to provide you with the consideration and understanding of a professional who has the clinical knowledge and the personal lived-experience of raising ADHD children and marrying an ADHD spouse. I care and I get it! Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD across the lifespan.
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Dr. Carol Robbins is a clinical psychologist who provides a specialty practice for all of your ADD needs with the expertise and compassion that you deserve. Are you tired of getting the run-around? Of being told that you are just stressed, depressed or anxious, but you know that there is more to it than that? Trust me to provide you with the consideration and understanding of a professional who has the clinical knowledge and the personal lived-experience of raising ADHD children and marrying an ADHD spouse. I care and I get it! Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD across the lifespan.
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Hello, my name is Joani Gammill. Thank you for taking the brave step of looking for help. I am called when you have a loved one that needs help for an addiction, whether that be a substance like alcohol, heroin, prescription drugs or a process addiction like gambling, but is resistant to getting the treatment they need. As a former RN, I have worked for seven years in an alcohol and drug rehab before doing interventions. I have doing loving, respectful interventions for 15 years now. My fees for the industry are the lowest you will find. Reach out and call me at (443)-926-4519.
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Hello, my name is Joani Gammill. Thank you for taking the brave step of looking for help. I am called when you have a loved one that needs help for an addiction, whether that be a substance like alcohol, heroin, prescription drugs or a process addiction like gambling, but is resistant to getting the treatment they need. As a former RN, I have worked for seven years in an alcohol and drug rehab before doing interventions. I have doing loving, respectful interventions for 15 years now. My fees for the industry are the lowest you will find. Reach out and call me at (443)-926-4519.
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Do you find that your depression or anxiety symptoms are amplified during quarantine? Are you struggling with your partner, or another family member? Many of us are confronted with daily stressors and negativity. Therapy can offer a safe, supportive time to reassess, heal, and rebuild. I truly care about my client’s well-being and I work hard to assure the utilization of the best techniques and approaches in counseling. I offer psychological services catered to your specific needs. ****I am accepting new clients through TELE-THERAPY****
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Do you find that your depression or anxiety symptoms are amplified during quarantine? Are you struggling with your partner, or another family member? Many of us are confronted with daily stressors and negativity. Therapy can offer a safe, supportive time to reassess, heal, and rebuild. I truly care about my client’s well-being and I work hard to assure the utilization of the best techniques and approaches in counseling. I offer psychological services catered to your specific needs. ****I am accepting new clients through TELE-THERAPY****
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I am a licensed psychologist that provides individual and family therapy for children and adolescents. I also provide cognitive behavioral therapy for adults. The services that I provide aim at teaching individuals more appropriate ways of coping while providing unconditional, positive support. In addition, I also help my clients identify their strengths, set realistic goals and to recognize and reward their successes.
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I am a licensed psychologist that provides individual and family therapy for children and adolescents. I also provide cognitive behavioral therapy for adults. The services that I provide aim at teaching individuals more appropriate ways of coping while providing unconditional, positive support. In addition, I also help my clients identify their strengths, set realistic goals and to recognize and reward their successes.
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"There is the inside , there is the outside and then there is the bridge between the two." I work extensively with PTSD, addiction and trauma recovery. I have over 25 years of experience with EMDR. Panic attacks, addictions, nightmares and social phobia are also a large part of the work I do. I utilize emdr because talk therapy sometimes simply doesn't work.
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"There is the inside , there is the outside and then there is the bridge between the two." I work extensively with PTSD, addiction and trauma recovery. I have over 25 years of experience with EMDR. Panic attacks, addictions, nightmares and social phobia are also a large part of the work I do. I utilize emdr because talk therapy sometimes simply doesn't work.
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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) and co-founder of Anchored Hope Therapy, LLC. I work with individuals of all ages who are experiencing ongoing stress, have experienced a tragedy or trauma in their life and are looking to make changes they identify as important to them. I believe that a strong therapeutic alliance can be supportive and helpful in the healing process. I work with children, adults and families who are in conflict, struggling to communicate their needs and desires, and are looking for support within personal and professional relationships.
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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) and co-founder of Anchored Hope Therapy, LLC. I work with individuals of all ages who are experiencing ongoing stress, have experienced a tragedy or trauma in their life and are looking to make changes they identify as important to them. I believe that a strong therapeutic alliance can be supportive and helpful in the healing process. I work with children, adults and families who are in conflict, struggling to communicate their needs and desires, and are looking for support within personal and professional relationships.
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You are struggling to find purpose and meaning in your life. Your life seems unrecognizable and you're wondering how the hell you got here? You have neglected yourself for long enough and are ready to learn how to take care of you. You are going through a major life change such as a breakup/divorce, career change, starting or growing your family, becoming an empty nester and having trouble adjusting. You constantly feel worried, on edge, nervous or anxious and don't know how to change it. You feel overwhelmed, confused, lost, anxious or depressed.
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You are struggling to find purpose and meaning in your life. Your life seems unrecognizable and you're wondering how the hell you got here? You have neglected yourself for long enough and are ready to learn how to take care of you. You are going through a major life change such as a breakup/divorce, career change, starting or growing your family, becoming an empty nester and having trouble adjusting. You constantly feel worried, on edge, nervous or anxious and don't know how to change it. You feel overwhelmed, confused, lost, anxious or depressed.
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Loving well and living fully - learning to live with changes in our lives with grace, wisdom and compassion - is what most of us wish for. And yet, the struggles of everyday life leave many of us feeling fearful, worried or sad and sometimes disconnected or alone. One valuable way to discover how to draw on your natural resilience to meet the challenges of life is to participate in psychotherapy. Therapy is an active partnership - where both people are listening and exploring, investigating and discovering those parts of your life that are causing suffering and difficulties - and then finding the ways to heal those places.
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Loving well and living fully - learning to live with changes in our lives with grace, wisdom and compassion - is what most of us wish for. And yet, the struggles of everyday life leave many of us feeling fearful, worried or sad and sometimes disconnected or alone. One valuable way to discover how to draw on your natural resilience to meet the challenges of life is to participate in psychotherapy. Therapy is an active partnership - where both people are listening and exploring, investigating and discovering those parts of your life that are causing suffering and difficulties - and then finding the ways to heal those places.
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Taking the first step to improved mental health and wellness can be difficult and scary but you are not alone; I am here to help! For the past 8 years I have been working with clients from all walks of life on correcting negative thought patterns, improving relationship satisfaction, managing stress and anger, balancing mood, decreasing anxiety, processing past experiences, and managing life stress/transitions. My goal is to provide you with your own "toolbox" of skills and strategies so you feel comfortable and confident in tackling whatever life has to throw at you.
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Taking the first step to improved mental health and wellness can be difficult and scary but you are not alone; I am here to help! For the past 8 years I have been working with clients from all walks of life on correcting negative thought patterns, improving relationship satisfaction, managing stress and anger, balancing mood, decreasing anxiety, processing past experiences, and managing life stress/transitions. My goal is to provide you with your own "toolbox" of skills and strategies so you feel comfortable and confident in tackling whatever life has to throw at you.
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Unhappy, dissatisfied, and needing help? I am here to assist you towards building a better life. My hope for you is to understand how your thoughts impact your behaviors, learn healthier ways to cope, and challenge negative patterns that are impacting your self-worth, relationships , and quality of mental health. My belief is that using a person-centered approach combined with evidenced based practices, promotes a clear understanding of ones needs, with the desired goal of providing a healthy and rounded outcome for each individual.
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Unhappy, dissatisfied, and needing help? I am here to assist you towards building a better life. My hope for you is to understand how your thoughts impact your behaviors, learn healthier ways to cope, and challenge negative patterns that are impacting your self-worth, relationships , and quality of mental health. My belief is that using a person-centered approach combined with evidenced based practices, promotes a clear understanding of ones needs, with the desired goal of providing a healthy and rounded outcome for each individual.
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Stress, life changes, health, parenting and educational & career challenges are all a part of everyday life. However, sometimes these factors can pile up and tip the balance of our mental health and wellbeing. If you recognize these sentiments, I can help you navigate through these difficult times and come out a stronger, more resilient individual. My counseling is structured in a compassionate, collaborative and safe way so clients will achieve deeper understanding and control in their lives.
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Stress, life changes, health, parenting and educational & career challenges are all a part of everyday life. However, sometimes these factors can pile up and tip the balance of our mental health and wellbeing. If you recognize these sentiments, I can help you navigate through these difficult times and come out a stronger, more resilient individual. My counseling is structured in a compassionate, collaborative and safe way so clients will achieve deeper understanding and control in their lives.
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LifePsycle Counseling specializes in addressing the needs of adult individuals, children (beginning age 5), families and elder clients as they are faced with issues associated with personal life transition, various types of loss and recovery. Typical clients are seeking support for stress management, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationship issues, and personal / professional growth, including life and interview coaching. In addition to having raised three successful children with my husband, I bring background experience as a classroom teacher, success in corporate business and clinical mental health counseling.
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LifePsycle Counseling specializes in addressing the needs of adult individuals, children (beginning age 5), families and elder clients as they are faced with issues associated with personal life transition, various types of loss and recovery. Typical clients are seeking support for stress management, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationship issues, and personal / professional growth, including life and interview coaching. In addition to having raised three successful children with my husband, I bring background experience as a classroom teacher, success in corporate business and clinical mental health counseling.

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