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Losing hope that things will change? Too often, we carry around the emotional weight of issues from our relationships, past experiences, traumas, and day to day stressors. After a while, this heaviness causes issues in our lives and manifests as depression and anxiety.
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Losing hope that things will change? Too often, we carry around the emotional weight of issues from our relationships, past experiences, traumas, and day to day stressors. After a while, this heaviness causes issues in our lives and manifests as depression and anxiety.
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I firmly believe that my clients know more about themselves than I do. I view therapy as a journey and strive to learn from my clients as much as I hope they learn from me along the way. If you are open-minded, willing to be challenged, and willing to learn, our journey will be rewarding.
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I firmly believe that my clients know more about themselves than I do. I view therapy as a journey and strive to learn from my clients as much as I hope they learn from me along the way. If you are open-minded, willing to be challenged, and willing to learn, our journey will be rewarding.
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Do you feel stuck? Are you having trouble regaining balance and moving forward? Sometimes feelings of worry and sadness can interfere with our daily lives. Depression can make going to work or school seem like an enormous task. You may have low energy, lack of motivation, overwhelming sadness or feelings of uncontrollable worry. There may be a current situation that triggers memories from a past event. It could be a car accident, bullying, abuse, or losing someone that you cared about. All of these situations can be traumatic and my experience with a research based trauma resolution model can help!
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Do you feel stuck? Are you having trouble regaining balance and moving forward? Sometimes feelings of worry and sadness can interfere with our daily lives. Depression can make going to work or school seem like an enormous task. You may have low energy, lack of motivation, overwhelming sadness or feelings of uncontrollable worry. There may be a current situation that triggers memories from a past event. It could be a car accident, bullying, abuse, or losing someone that you cared about. All of these situations can be traumatic and my experience with a research based trauma resolution model can help!
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What drew me to become a therapist and life coach was the desire to help people who feel stuck in some aspect of their life. Too often the focus is on the problem instead of healing and growth. It is my most sincere desire to help clients heal and grow from life struggles. If you have a strong desire for change, I encourage you to contact me and let the journey begin today. I realize that the thought of talking to someone about your most intimate life struggles can be a difficult one. I strive to foster a supportive relationship that is nonjudgmental.
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What drew me to become a therapist and life coach was the desire to help people who feel stuck in some aspect of their life. Too often the focus is on the problem instead of healing and growth. It is my most sincere desire to help clients heal and grow from life struggles. If you have a strong desire for change, I encourage you to contact me and let the journey begin today. I realize that the thought of talking to someone about your most intimate life struggles can be a difficult one. I strive to foster a supportive relationship that is nonjudgmental.
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Are you struggling with negative thoughts or depression? Unable to let go of the past and enjoy the present? Through individually tailored methods, I can assist you developing your own tools to cope with past traumas and current life stresses. Therapy can help you change destructive thoughts and actions that are impacting your health and ability to experience peace and contentment. One of the main objectives of my therapy style is to help patients look at themselves and others through honest and kind eyes.
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Are you struggling with negative thoughts or depression? Unable to let go of the past and enjoy the present? Through individually tailored methods, I can assist you developing your own tools to cope with past traumas and current life stresses. Therapy can help you change destructive thoughts and actions that are impacting your health and ability to experience peace and contentment. One of the main objectives of my therapy style is to help patients look at themselves and others through honest and kind eyes.
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It's time to take pride in who you are. No more thinking you're not enough. No more feeling like an outsider. No more beating yourself down. You might not know it yet, but you are fabulous! If you're ready to engage in the healing process, I will help you discover your truth. Beneath the negative stories you tell yourself, we will build an understanding that you are whole and can live in harmony regardless of the labels placed on you by yourself or society. While I work with clients from all walks of life, I specialize in working with LGBTQIA2+ and polyamorous clients.
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It's time to take pride in who you are. No more thinking you're not enough. No more feeling like an outsider. No more beating yourself down. You might not know it yet, but you are fabulous! If you're ready to engage in the healing process, I will help you discover your truth. Beneath the negative stories you tell yourself, we will build an understanding that you are whole and can live in harmony regardless of the labels placed on you by yourself or society. While I work with clients from all walks of life, I specialize in working with LGBTQIA2+ and polyamorous clients.
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As a woman have you experienced: Feeling overwhelmed? Depressed with a lack of ambition or enjoyment for things you used to enjoy so much? Waves of anxiety and feeling unclear about where it is coming from? Going through or have been through a divorce? Trying to navigate the responsibilities of family, home and ministry all while trying to find your own spiritual path? Mood swings due to changes in hormones? You are not alone! So many women suffer in silence with these issues and have done so for a very long time.
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As a woman have you experienced: Feeling overwhelmed? Depressed with a lack of ambition or enjoyment for things you used to enjoy so much? Waves of anxiety and feeling unclear about where it is coming from? Going through or have been through a divorce? Trying to navigate the responsibilities of family, home and ministry all while trying to find your own spiritual path? Mood swings due to changes in hormones? You are not alone! So many women suffer in silence with these issues and have done so for a very long time.
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I believe that everyone can get stuck or lost. Sometimes we can get unstuck by connecting with someone who is compassionate, non-judgmental and objective. I have spent over 25 years in behavioral health, helping people discover and become their "best" and healthy selves. Present problems, past hurts or even diagnoses don't have to take over our lives. Problems can be solved, hurts transformed, diagnoses understood and skills can be learned. A wise person once told me, "As long as you are alive, there is hope." I believe that and offer you the opportunity to find a new way.
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I believe that everyone can get stuck or lost. Sometimes we can get unstuck by connecting with someone who is compassionate, non-judgmental and objective. I have spent over 25 years in behavioral health, helping people discover and become their "best" and healthy selves. Present problems, past hurts or even diagnoses don't have to take over our lives. Problems can be solved, hurts transformed, diagnoses understood and skills can be learned. A wise person once told me, "As long as you are alive, there is hope." I believe that and offer you the opportunity to find a new way.
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I provide each individual the opportunity to enter their own unique path towards healing and growth. Through a safe and therapeutic relationship, individuals, couples, or families are assisted in confronting the obstacles and difficulties which have kept their lives from reaching full potential. Specialties include marriage counseling, emotional problems, life/career transitions, self-improvement and relationship issues.
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I provide each individual the opportunity to enter their own unique path towards healing and growth. Through a safe and therapeutic relationship, individuals, couples, or families are assisted in confronting the obstacles and difficulties which have kept their lives from reaching full potential. Specialties include marriage counseling, emotional problems, life/career transitions, self-improvement and relationship issues.
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Maryland only--Telehealth practice focused on individual therapy for mild depression, anxiety, and low self esteem. I also speak Spanish and can be of service for individuals struggling in these areas and need some one to speak in their language. For more info see: camrodmhs.com.
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Maryland only--Telehealth practice focused on individual therapy for mild depression, anxiety, and low self esteem. I also speak Spanish and can be of service for individuals struggling in these areas and need some one to speak in their language. For more info see: camrodmhs.com.
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Life can present many challenges, twists, and turns that can be quite difficult and puzzling. Therefore, I provide clients with the opportunity to explore those challenges and discover ways of addressing them. Through a confidential, non-judgmental, and empathic therapeutic relationship, I provide clients with the opportunity to address their difficulties which may be keeping them from realizing a more satisfying sense of well-being.
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Life can present many challenges, twists, and turns that can be quite difficult and puzzling. Therefore, I provide clients with the opportunity to explore those challenges and discover ways of addressing them. Through a confidential, non-judgmental, and empathic therapeutic relationship, I provide clients with the opportunity to address their difficulties which may be keeping them from realizing a more satisfying sense of well-being.
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My ideal client is motivated to affect meaningful life change and willing to put in the work to achieve the goals that they define when entering treatment.
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My ideal client is motivated to affect meaningful life change and willing to put in the work to achieve the goals that they define when entering treatment.
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It is important to me to help those who have suffered traumatic incidents in their childhood, adolescences and into adulthood. PTSD, dissociation and other disorders are caused from horrific fear that was seen and felt; be it one indecent of abuse or long time on going abuse there is help for you. I have been helping people and families heal from the traumatic abuse that has taken place. Helping women who have survived rape and the memory of it. Giving hope to those who have seen someone killed or has lost someone in a violent manner. Dr. Dianne Kleckner has devoted her life to helping those who hurt to live their lives once again.
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It is important to me to help those who have suffered traumatic incidents in their childhood, adolescences and into adulthood. PTSD, dissociation and other disorders are caused from horrific fear that was seen and felt; be it one indecent of abuse or long time on going abuse there is help for you. I have been helping people and families heal from the traumatic abuse that has taken place. Helping women who have survived rape and the memory of it. Giving hope to those who have seen someone killed or has lost someone in a violent manner. Dr. Dianne Kleckner has devoted her life to helping those who hurt to live their lives once again.
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For over 23 years I have been counseling adults who seek support, clarity, and healing. I provide a safe, caring environment to explore issues ranging from depression and anxiety to interpersonal relationships and life transitions. I believe each of us possesses a natural instinct towards healing that, quite simply, awaits our readiness to unfold. I use Hakomi, a body-centered mindfulness approach, to gently explore how each client organizes their own life experience. Through this moment-to-moment exploration, core beliefs and protective strategies are revealed and pathways towards change illuminated.
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For over 23 years I have been counseling adults who seek support, clarity, and healing. I provide a safe, caring environment to explore issues ranging from depression and anxiety to interpersonal relationships and life transitions. I believe each of us possesses a natural instinct towards healing that, quite simply, awaits our readiness to unfold. I use Hakomi, a body-centered mindfulness approach, to gently explore how each client organizes their own life experience. Through this moment-to-moment exploration, core beliefs and protective strategies are revealed and pathways towards change illuminated.
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Welcome. I honor the search that brings you here. Reaching out for help represents a powerful and liberating step. This is the right time to act. Reading this message means you are ready, don't hold back any longer. Your concerns are important; no problem is too small. There is a happier you waiting. I invite you to take the next step and contact me. Your commitment and willingness to change is the key.  Are you willing to try something different?
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Welcome. I honor the search that brings you here. Reaching out for help represents a powerful and liberating step. This is the right time to act. Reading this message means you are ready, don't hold back any longer. Your concerns are important; no problem is too small. There is a happier you waiting. I invite you to take the next step and contact me. Your commitment and willingness to change is the key.  Are you willing to try something different?
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Facing personal or family struggles is often difficult; making the decision to seek help can be even more so. I view the therapeutic process as a joint endeavor between the therapist and the individual or family involved. While the techniques and strategies employed in session are important, an individual's motivation and willingness to work are critical. When appropriate, this process can include an individual's family or specific family members. I often seek caregiver participation when working with children and adolescents. Parents and loved ones can be a powerful tool in eliciting growth and development.
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Facing personal or family struggles is often difficult; making the decision to seek help can be even more so. I view the therapeutic process as a joint endeavor between the therapist and the individual or family involved. While the techniques and strategies employed in session are important, an individual's motivation and willingness to work are critical. When appropriate, this process can include an individual's family or specific family members. I often seek caregiver participation when working with children and adolescents. Parents and loved ones can be a powerful tool in eliciting growth and development.
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We at Wellspring Counseling Services deal with finding the root causes of emotional/behavioral issues and began healing from the inside out. We commonly address issues of anger, rejection, anxiety, depression, bipolar,marital issues, etc.
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We at Wellspring Counseling Services deal with finding the root causes of emotional/behavioral issues and began healing from the inside out. We commonly address issues of anger, rejection, anxiety, depression, bipolar,marital issues, etc.
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When I began this journey, I wanted to connect my life experiences with the social and emotional challenges facing those in our community. I have over thirty years' experience working with our local youth who have suffered from trauma, behavior issues, anger management, depression and anxiety. My experience includes working at Meritus Medical Center in the emergency room as a crisis and trauma counselor working with all ages.
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When I began this journey, I wanted to connect my life experiences with the social and emotional challenges facing those in our community. I have over thirty years' experience working with our local youth who have suffered from trauma, behavior issues, anger management, depression and anxiety. My experience includes working at Meritus Medical Center in the emergency room as a crisis and trauma counselor working with all ages.
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We specialize in working with children, adolescents and young adults who may be suffering with ADHD, anxiety, depression, divorce, stress, school related issues, self esteem issues, and difficulty with transitions in life. We also work with parents and families around issues they are experiencing including communication, anger, and discipline.
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We specialize in working with children, adolescents and young adults who may be suffering with ADHD, anxiety, depression, divorce, stress, school related issues, self esteem issues, and difficulty with transitions in life. We also work with parents and families around issues they are experiencing including communication, anger, and discipline.
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Ideally, I try to create a comfortable environment so that the client can feel a connection. I realize that one of the hardest things to do as a person, is to admit that you need to talk a problem through with someone outside of your circle of family and friends. When meeting with the client, I try to distinguish where they are and go above and beyond to make the therapeutic process a success.
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Ideally, I try to create a comfortable environment so that the client can feel a connection. I realize that one of the hardest things to do as a person, is to admit that you need to talk a problem through with someone outside of your circle of family and friends. When meeting with the client, I try to distinguish where they are and go above and beyond to make the therapeutic process a success.

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