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"The unfolding of the Self, our true nature, is a natural and universal process. I have been guiding people in this process for over 30 years using an integrative approach to psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and groups. I provide a safe and caring space for each person's healing and personal growth process. In addition to traditional counseling and psychotherapy, Psychosynthesis is the basic therapeutic approach within which I have included experiential techniques such as EMDR, energy psychology, meditation, interactive imagery and dream work."
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"The unfolding of the Self, our true nature, is a natural and universal process. I have been guiding people in this process for over 30 years using an integrative approach to psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and groups. I provide a safe and caring space for each person's healing and personal growth process. In addition to traditional counseling and psychotherapy, Psychosynthesis is the basic therapeutic approach within which I have included experiential techniques such as EMDR, energy psychology, meditation, interactive imagery and dream work."
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"Currently, I am accepting new patients. In my counseling office, I see people for a wide variety of reasons. Many people seek counseling for emotional issues such as anxiety and depression associated with problems in work, school or family life. Other people enter counseling to help them heal and cope with traumatic events that have taken place in their lives. "
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"Currently, I am accepting new patients. In my counseling office, I see people for a wide variety of reasons. Many people seek counseling for emotional issues such as anxiety and depression associated with problems in work, school or family life. Other people enter counseling to help them heal and cope with traumatic events that have taken place in their lives. "
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"I've had the fortunate opportunity to work with many people throughout my life. I started my career working with individuals with disabilities and fell in love with the field. After working on social science research projects that supported mental health I learned that working with people was my passion. I obtained my Master's in Social Work degree and began practicing psychotherapy. Taking the first step toward treatment isn't easy. But since you are already here, take the second step to schedule an appointment...you'll be glad you did."
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(919) 551-3412
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"I've had the fortunate opportunity to work with many people throughout my life. I started my career working with individuals with disabilities and fell in love with the field. After working on social science research projects that supported mental health I learned that working with people was my passion. I obtained my Master's in Social Work degree and began practicing psychotherapy. Taking the first step toward treatment isn't easy. But since you are already here, take the second step to schedule an appointment...you'll be glad you did."
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"People yearn to live a significant life. When we are tired of pessimism and feeling like a victim, something in each of us is eager to explore ways in which to increase a feeling of well-being in the midst of life's many challenges. Using a multifaceted approach, including imagery and energy work, we find ways to alleviate the current impact of earlier wounds, while implementing aspects of an authentic life. One discovers ones own creativity and best coping abilities in the process. Insurance accepted."
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(919) 285-1961
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"People yearn to live a significant life. When we are tired of pessimism and feeling like a victim, something in each of us is eager to explore ways in which to increase a feeling of well-being in the midst of life's many challenges. Using a multifaceted approach, including imagery and energy work, we find ways to alleviate the current impact of earlier wounds, while implementing aspects of an authentic life. One discovers ones own creativity and best coping abilities in the process. Insurance accepted."
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"I am interested in our struggles to become ourselves. My decision to become a therapist was based on my own experiences in therapy. Most people come to therapy because they are in pain and life is not working out as they hoped. That means that some of therapy is about the relief of pain and some of it is about a reorganizing of one's life. The experience of therapy also affects the therapist, so I have learned a great deal from my patients. I think "openness" would be a good word to describe my sense of how the process develops."
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(919) 824-5562
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"I am interested in our struggles to become ourselves. My decision to become a therapist was based on my own experiences in therapy. Most people come to therapy because they are in pain and life is not working out as they hoped. That means that some of therapy is about the relief of pain and some of it is about a reorganizing of one's life. The experience of therapy also affects the therapist, so I have learned a great deal from my patients. I think "openness" would be a good word to describe my sense of how the process develops."
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"I work primarily with children and teens, although I do some assessments (ADHD, LD, cognitive, adaptive) for all ages."
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(919) 794-8856
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"I work primarily with children and teens, although I do some assessments (ADHD, LD, cognitive, adaptive) for all ages."
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"I provide evaluation, assessment, and counseling for individuals, couples, and groups addressing concerns with relationships and marriage, mood disorders (depression/mania), anxiety disorders, personality disorders, stress, trauma, communication, and personal growth. My specialized training and experience has also prepared me to work with artist's issues as well as philosophical/ethical concerns. Where appropriate, I collaborate with physicians, psychiatrists, and other providers to ensure the highest quality of care. I attempt to develop an empathic, understanding environment, characterized by equality and co-operation that may then facilitate the resolution of your concerns with my assistance. Please contact with any questions."
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(919) 407-8190
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"I provide evaluation, assessment, and counseling for individuals, couples, and groups addressing concerns with relationships and marriage, mood disorders (depression/mania), anxiety disorders, personality disorders, stress, trauma, communication, and personal growth. My specialized training and experience has also prepared me to work with artist's issues as well as philosophical/ethical concerns. Where appropriate, I collaborate with physicians, psychiatrists, and other providers to ensure the highest quality of care. I attempt to develop an empathic, understanding environment, characterized by equality and co-operation that may then facilitate the resolution of your concerns with my assistance. Please contact with any questions."
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"My aim is to provide a safe space where I can listen attentively to your concerns and help you explore your feelings,fantasies and thoughts in as honest a way as possible. I want to establish a connection,and together,utilize that relationship to provide you with deeper insight,a greater sense of inner peace, and concrete steps toward a more fulfilling life. The integration of a psychoanalytic approach with mindfulness helps in many areas and is especially effective in making progress with problems of self perception,self absorption and self esteem."
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"My aim is to provide a safe space where I can listen attentively to your concerns and help you explore your feelings,fantasies and thoughts in as honest a way as possible. I want to establish a connection,and together,utilize that relationship to provide you with deeper insight,a greater sense of inner peace, and concrete steps toward a more fulfilling life. The integration of a psychoanalytic approach with mindfulness helps in many areas and is especially effective in making progress with problems of self perception,self absorption and self esteem."
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"I believe that each of us has a deep supply of wisdom that we can use to heal our pain and solve our problems. I will work with you to tap into that wisdom, using the approach that is most comfortable and effective for you, always respecting and being open to learning about your cultural traditions. I specialize in healing of grief, trauma, or loss; relationship and communication skills for individuals and couples; personal growth and empowerment; and the integration of mind, body, and spirit, including alternatives to pharmaceutical treatment for psychological symptoms."
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"I believe that each of us has a deep supply of wisdom that we can use to heal our pain and solve our problems. I will work with you to tap into that wisdom, using the approach that is most comfortable and effective for you, always respecting and being open to learning about your cultural traditions. I specialize in healing of grief, trauma, or loss; relationship and communication skills for individuals and couples; personal growth and empowerment; and the integration of mind, body, and spirit, including alternatives to pharmaceutical treatment for psychological symptoms."
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"I believe that the clients I work with have an internal desire to be their best selves but that sometimes barriers and obstacles get in the way of that. I have worked with clients in mental health settings that range from children up through geriatric aged individuals. I look forward to helping you to achieve your goals, both in counseling and in life."
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"I believe that the clients I work with have an internal desire to be their best selves but that sometimes barriers and obstacles get in the way of that. I have worked with clients in mental health settings that range from children up through geriatric aged individuals. I look forward to helping you to achieve your goals, both in counseling and in life."
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"My approach to therapy is to build a safe environment for clients where we work to develop coping strategies, interpersonal skills, and insight to move toward emotional and behavioral health. I treat a variety of common issues (e.g., depression, anxiety, school problems, ADHD, and adjustment difficulties) as well as more complex ones, such as those resulting from trauma. I find that therapy is most effective when clients have the support of significant individuals (e.g., parents) and I welcome their inclusion in the treatment process."
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"My approach to therapy is to build a safe environment for clients where we work to develop coping strategies, interpersonal skills, and insight to move toward emotional and behavioral health. I treat a variety of common issues (e.g., depression, anxiety, school problems, ADHD, and adjustment difficulties) as well as more complex ones, such as those resulting from trauma. I find that therapy is most effective when clients have the support of significant individuals (e.g., parents) and I welcome their inclusion in the treatment process."
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"My 30 years of practice has allowed me to gain experience around a variety of mental health issues. My initial training focused on integrating Eastern spirituality and Western psychology, and the study of Buddhism has greatly informed my work. I have significant experience working with trauma and anxiety issues, and utilize a cognitive behavioral approach as well as a psychodynamic orientation. I also enjoy working with couples and families. I see therapy as a collaborative partnership and a rewarding process of self discovery. "
(919) 234-5120
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"My 30 years of practice has allowed me to gain experience around a variety of mental health issues. My initial training focused on integrating Eastern spirituality and Western psychology, and the study of Buddhism has greatly informed my work. I have significant experience working with trauma and anxiety issues, and utilize a cognitive behavioral approach as well as a psychodynamic orientation. I also enjoy working with couples and families. I see therapy as a collaborative partnership and a rewarding process of self discovery. "
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"I think what is most important to each of us is a desire for connection. This is true for children as well as adults. To feel understood is central to a healthy self. As your therapist it is essential that I work to develop your trust and that together we begin to understand who you are."
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"I think what is most important to each of us is a desire for connection. This is true for children as well as adults. To feel understood is central to a healthy self. As your therapist it is essential that I work to develop your trust and that together we begin to understand who you are."
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"Are you looking for a safe place to discuss what matters most to you? Family, work, relationships, health, transitions, grief, loss, children, trauma, life purpose, letting go of past hurts. I love assisting individuals and couples with relationship skills, communication issues, changing self defeating patterns, healing pain (physical and emotional), and learning to be one's best self across settings. I work with children and families in our ever changing world to improve relationships, performance, self awareness, mood, behavior. I bring my many years of experience working with young and old alike to this passionate pursuit of balanced living."
(919) 335-6347
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"Are you looking for a safe place to discuss what matters most to you? Family, work, relationships, health, transitions, grief, loss, children, trauma, life purpose, letting go of past hurts. I love assisting individuals and couples with relationship skills, communication issues, changing self defeating patterns, healing pain (physical and emotional), and learning to be one's best self across settings. I work with children and families in our ever changing world to improve relationships, performance, self awareness, mood, behavior. I bring my many years of experience working with young and old alike to this passionate pursuit of balanced living."
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"My work is devoted to helping college students and adults achieve the fulfilling lives they aspire to. My clients struggle with different issues, including: -worries and anxiety; -being overwhelmed by stress and not knowing how to find peace; -depression and low self-esteem; -work problems; -grief; -problems with relationships and intimacy; -seeking meaning in their lives; and -a desire for spirituality and creativity. Since it's usually so hard to change our habitual ways of doing things and it takes courage, my work encourages humor and teaches self-compassion. What I offer to others is the opportunity to learn to love themselves."
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"My work is devoted to helping college students and adults achieve the fulfilling lives they aspire to. My clients struggle with different issues, including: -worries and anxiety; -being overwhelmed by stress and not knowing how to find peace; -depression and low self-esteem; -work problems; -grief; -problems with relationships and intimacy; -seeking meaning in their lives; and -a desire for spirituality and creativity. Since it's usually so hard to change our habitual ways of doing things and it takes courage, my work encourages humor and teaches self-compassion. What I offer to others is the opportunity to learn to love themselves."
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"I offer clients the opportunity to resolve their issues and find health and healing through hypnotherapy. This powerful therapeutic technique is effective in treating a wide variety of issues from pain, anxiety, trauma and stress to self-esteem, addiction, skills enhancement and relationship/life transitions. I work with issues as they affect clients currently and where possible, eliminate the need to relive old and painful traumas. My aim is to have clients leave a session feeling positive and open to resolving their issue quickly. I also use the highly effective TIPI method to help resolve emotional difficulties and trauma."
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"I offer clients the opportunity to resolve their issues and find health and healing through hypnotherapy. This powerful therapeutic technique is effective in treating a wide variety of issues from pain, anxiety, trauma and stress to self-esteem, addiction, skills enhancement and relationship/life transitions. I work with issues as they affect clients currently and where possible, eliminate the need to relive old and painful traumas. My aim is to have clients leave a session feeling positive and open to resolving their issue quickly. I also use the highly effective TIPI method to help resolve emotional difficulties and trauma."
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"Jeane Bock is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with a degree from Boston University and 3 years post graduate work with the Center for Psychosynthesis in Burlington, Vermont. She has over 20 years' experience working with individuals, traditional and non-traditional families and couples. Her areas of interest include women's issues, adolescent issues, relationship, family, and life-change issues."
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"Jeane Bock is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with a degree from Boston University and 3 years post graduate work with the Center for Psychosynthesis in Burlington, Vermont. She has over 20 years' experience working with individuals, traditional and non-traditional families and couples. Her areas of interest include women's issues, adolescent issues, relationship, family, and life-change issues."
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"As a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, my primary aim is to offer and provide you with the optimal quality of personalized care possible. That means, in part, ensuring a comprehensive and accurate assessment of your aims and strengths, as well as a close examination of the challenges, issues, and goals that bring you to my office. I respect your courage to confront your possible confusion and frustration, your pain and suffering, and your search for actionable solutions and meaningful life. I honor your sharing relevant personal history and strivings, and my commitment is to work together to enhance your quality of life. "
(984) 209-1357
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"As a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, my primary aim is to offer and provide you with the optimal quality of personalized care possible. That means, in part, ensuring a comprehensive and accurate assessment of your aims and strengths, as well as a close examination of the challenges, issues, and goals that bring you to my office. I respect your courage to confront your possible confusion and frustration, your pain and suffering, and your search for actionable solutions and meaningful life. I honor your sharing relevant personal history and strivings, and my commitment is to work together to enhance your quality of life. "
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"**CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** I see individual adults, as well as children 7 years old and older. It can be difficult to find a good fit with a therapist. But this is most important, since our therapeutic relationship is key to creating the best environment in which you can explore issues and achieve your goals, whatever they may be. I enjoy a relaxed style, and facilitate a warm and safe environment for you to express yourself. I enjoy working with social or generalized anxiety, shyness, self-esteem, grief, and relationship issues. "
(734) 259-4591
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"**CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** I see individual adults, as well as children 7 years old and older. It can be difficult to find a good fit with a therapist. But this is most important, since our therapeutic relationship is key to creating the best environment in which you can explore issues and achieve your goals, whatever they may be. I enjoy a relaxed style, and facilitate a warm and safe environment for you to express yourself. I enjoy working with social or generalized anxiety, shyness, self-esteem, grief, and relationship issues. "
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"Taking the step to find a therapist can be overwhelming. I am glad you are here. My goal is to provide a safe space for self-exploration, change, and healing. I work with children, teenagers, adults, and families dealing with a variety of challenges, including painful feelings, emotional numbness, undesired behaviors, unhelpful thinking, mood challenges, self-esteem issues, perfectionism, interpersonal conflict, life changes, and ongoing stress. My approach is trauma-informed, strength-based, compassionate, collaborative, and empowering. I see you, I am here for you, and I believe in you. "
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"Taking the step to find a therapist can be overwhelming. I am glad you are here. My goal is to provide a safe space for self-exploration, change, and healing. I work with children, teenagers, adults, and families dealing with a variety of challenges, including painful feelings, emotional numbness, undesired behaviors, unhelpful thinking, mood challenges, self-esteem issues, perfectionism, interpersonal conflict, life changes, and ongoing stress. My approach is trauma-informed, strength-based, compassionate, collaborative, and empowering. I see you, I am here for you, and I believe in you. "

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MHN is the behavioral health subsidiary of Health Net. Are you looking for a 27516 MHN Therapist? These 27516 Therapists accept MHNet insurance. They include MHN Therapists in 27516, MHNet psychologists and MHN counseling. A 27516 Therapist who accepts MHN, may be in network with MHN, or you can make a claim on your MHNet insurance as an out of network MHN provider. Please confirm when you make an appointment that the Therapist you select serves your benefit plan.

Are you looking for a 27516 Managed Health Network Therapist? These 27516 Therapists accept Managed Health Network insurance. They include Managed Health Network Therapists in 27516, Managed Health Network psychologists and Managed Health Network counseling. A 27516 Therapist who accepts Managed Health Network, may be in network with Managed Health Network, or you can make a claim on your Managed Health Network insurance as an out of network Managed Health Network provider. Please confirm when you make an appointment that the Therapist you select serves your benefit plan.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 27516 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 27516 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 27516 or family therapy in 27516.