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Rebecca King, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC
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"Seeking therapy is a step which reflects a great deal of strength and courage. These qualities are exactly what I encourage you to recognize within yourself as we work through the challenges that life may have brought your way. My goal is to help change/restructure your thoughts whilst bringing a solution-oriented approach to help you conquer and take control of your future. I provide support, empathy and empowerment to all clients as we work towards leading you to living a happier, healthier and productive life."
(347) 435-2051
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"Seeking therapy is a step which reflects a great deal of strength and courage. These qualities are exactly what I encourage you to recognize within yourself as we work through the challenges that life may have brought your way. My goal is to help change/restructure your thoughts whilst bringing a solution-oriented approach to help you conquer and take control of your future. I provide support, empathy and empowerment to all clients as we work towards leading you to living a happier, healthier and productive life."
Joshua Nelson, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCSW, LMFT
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"My approach to helping can be summed up in a few words: couple bubble and dance. My primary goal is to help you strengthen the bubble around your relationship so that no one or no thing can get between you (other family members, affair partners, etc.) I also try to help you see the "dance" or patterns you get stuck in. Your reaction to something is going to trigger a reaction in your partner which will then trigger a reaction in you, etc. The more you can see the dance that you do, the more you can change it to a better one."
(347) 658-5963
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"My approach to helping can be summed up in a few words: couple bubble and dance. My primary goal is to help you strengthen the bubble around your relationship so that no one or no thing can get between you (other family members, affair partners, etc.) I also try to help you see the "dance" or patterns you get stuck in. Your reaction to something is going to trigger a reaction in your partner which will then trigger a reaction in you, etc. The more you can see the dance that you do, the more you can change it to a better one."
Christa Alair
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