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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
"In my individual, couples, and family work, values of collaboration, mutuality, and connection guide my practice. I partner with clients to identify their own unique strengths that can be used as resources to foster growth and change. I am attentive to the role of early family experiences, cultural values, oppression, and stigma in shaping client's experiences. Particularly when addressing painful or traumatic areas, I attend to clients' emotional safety using mindfulness and body awareness. I believe that healing happens in the context of honest relationships and invite my clients to engage in open dialog about our work together."
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(412) 968-8191
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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"In my individual, couples, and family work, values of collaboration, mutuality, and connection guide my practice. I partner with clients to identify their own unique strengths that can be used as resources to foster growth and change. I am attentive to the role of early family experiences, cultural values, oppression, and stigma in shaping client's experiences. Particularly when addressing painful or traumatic areas, I attend to clients' emotional safety using mindfulness and body awareness. I believe that healing happens in the context of honest relationships and invite my clients to engage in open dialog about our work together."
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
"I remember my own experience meeting my new therapist. I was anxious to talk to a new person. I did not know if I would make sense. I did not want to feel judged. I remember feeling lost and hopeless. The only thing I knew was that I wanted to change the bad feelings and I resisted to believe that there was something wrong with me. I wanted someone who could guide me to understand my world and myself. I wanted a safe space. I needed to find someone who could collaborate with me in changing and resisting. I did not want a therapist who treated me as a study object. I just wanted to feel fully human. "
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(215) 977-4165
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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"I remember my own experience meeting my new therapist. I was anxious to talk to a new person. I did not know if I would make sense. I did not want to feel judged. I remember feeling lost and hopeless. The only thing I knew was that I wanted to change the bad feelings and I resisted to believe that there was something wrong with me. I wanted someone who could guide me to understand my world and myself. I wanted a safe space. I needed to find someone who could collaborate with me in changing and resisting. I did not want a therapist who treated me as a study object. I just wanted to feel fully human. "
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Zelienople, Pennsylvania 16063
"Glade Run has a 165 year history of service to individuals in need in our communities. With a range of caring and professional client-focused therapists, we are able to help you set and reach your personal goals. With office locations in Zelienople, Butler, Beaver Falls, and Pittsburgh, Glade Run is ready and available to help. "
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(724) 452-4453 x1084
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Zelienople, Pennsylvania 16063
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"Glade Run has a 165 year history of service to individuals in need in our communities. With a range of caring and professional client-focused therapists, we are able to help you set and reach your personal goals. With office locations in Zelienople, Butler, Beaver Falls, and Pittsburgh, Glade Run is ready and available to help. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
"There is no doubt that we are living in a very difficult time and many folks are yearning for ways to make sense of it all as they strive to heal and be a source of strength and resource for themselves and their families. Healing is truly the risk of showing up for yourself and your resistance to temptation to go back to unsilenced needs, numbing out, disconnection, and erasure. With these things and more in mind, I would like to introduce myself and my clinical practice that aims to empower individuals, groups, and communities through consulting, case management, training, and innovative therapeutic services. "
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(215) 709-3886
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
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"There is no doubt that we are living in a very difficult time and many folks are yearning for ways to make sense of it all as they strive to heal and be a source of strength and resource for themselves and their families. Healing is truly the risk of showing up for yourself and your resistance to temptation to go back to unsilenced needs, numbing out, disconnection, and erasure. With these things and more in mind, I would like to introduce myself and my clinical practice that aims to empower individuals, groups, and communities through consulting, case management, training, and innovative therapeutic services. "
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Erie, Pennsylvania 16505
"AVAILABLE ONLINE *Request a session at www.LifeBalanceErie.com* If you are reading this, you are likely considering taking that first step toward more balance and satisfaction in your life. This can be a challenging time filled with doubt and uncertainty, but it can also be the beginning of a wonderful new opportunity for you to change the way you handle life's challenges and to improve the relationships in your life. We would love the opportunity to help you on your journey to more self-understanding and healing. (Please see our clinicians and their specialties in the photos of this profile.)"
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(814) 479-8826
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Erie, Pennsylvania 16505
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"AVAILABLE ONLINE *Request a session at www.LifeBalanceErie.com* If you are reading this, you are likely considering taking that first step toward more balance and satisfaction in your life. This can be a challenging time filled with doubt and uncertainty, but it can also be the beginning of a wonderful new opportunity for you to change the way you handle life's challenges and to improve the relationships in your life. We would love the opportunity to help you on your journey to more self-understanding and healing. (Please see our clinicians and their specialties in the photos of this profile.)"
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17107
"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS- ALL TELETHERAPY. Is trusting people difficult? Many people who have experienced traumas or negative life events struggle with intimacy and trust. Trust and intimacy can be rebuilt. By meeting you where you are, we will work to move past the worries that are currently making life difficult. We will work together to get you to the authentic life you want through learning new skills and habits. Teletherapy helps remove some of the barriers to getting to your appointment (time, parking, traffic, specialists in your area, knowing people in the waiting room, etc) and lets you focus on the important part-therapy . "
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(717) 366-6643
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17107
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"ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS- ALL TELETHERAPY. Is trusting people difficult? Many people who have experienced traumas or negative life events struggle with intimacy and trust. Trust and intimacy can be rebuilt. By meeting you where you are, we will work to move past the worries that are currently making life difficult. We will work together to get you to the authentic life you want through learning new skills and habits. Teletherapy helps remove some of the barriers to getting to your appointment (time, parking, traffic, specialists in your area, knowing people in the waiting room, etc) and lets you focus on the important part-therapy . "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
"Sziga is a perceptive and nuanced therapist with a refreshingly frank style. For over 25 years, they have been working with individuals, couples, and families to foster personal growth and satisfying relationships. They have a way of making clients feel comfortable, understood, and at ease — like no matter what you say they get it and don’t judge you. And they're funny. "
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(267) 705-6288
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
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"Sziga is a perceptive and nuanced therapist with a refreshingly frank style. For over 25 years, they have been working with individuals, couples, and families to foster personal growth and satisfying relationships. They have a way of making clients feel comfortable, understood, and at ease — like no matter what you say they get it and don’t judge you. And they're funny. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
"I'm a Sexual Empowerment Coach.  I offer phone sessions and in-person sessions.  I specialize in helping women connect with their sexuality and their body, supporting LGBTQ+ folks, educating people on how to better support sexual and gender minorities, and teaching men how to be better lovers to women and to themselves.  I have been supporting people in this way since 2005.  I also provide compassionate listening and feedback on non-sexual topics."
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(314) 810-9811
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
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"I'm a Sexual Empowerment Coach.  I offer phone sessions and in-person sessions.  I specialize in helping women connect with their sexuality and their body, supporting LGBTQ+ folks, educating people on how to better support sexual and gender minorities, and teaching men how to be better lovers to women and to themselves.  I have been supporting people in this way since 2005.  I also provide compassionate listening and feedback on non-sexual topics."
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
"I work from a feminist, relational and psychodynamic perspective. My harm reduction framework is grounded in trauma theory and centers the resilience, expertise, and self- determination of their clients. Ellie is attentive to the roles that systems play in our lives and healing, and uses motivational interviewing, relational psychotherapy, and psychodrama in collaboration with clients to explore relationships to parts of self, others, identities, substances, and institutions."
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(215) 201-4185
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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"I work from a feminist, relational and psychodynamic perspective. My harm reduction framework is grounded in trauma theory and centers the resilience, expertise, and self- determination of their clients. Ellie is attentive to the roles that systems play in our lives and healing, and uses motivational interviewing, relational psychotherapy, and psychodrama in collaboration with clients to explore relationships to parts of self, others, identities, substances, and institutions."
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Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
"We all deserve to be heard, connected with, and loved authentically--and there are so many of us who feel like we aren't seen for who we are, whether its because we feel held back by past struggles or we're still trying to learn who we want to be. I want to hear your story and help you finally feel seen. I'm here to create a safe space so you can bring what you need to our session. Therapy is a place to laugh, cry, explore, and overcome. We can do that together through empathy and person-centered work, where I meet you where you are and help you find the growth and change you're looking for."
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(610) 600-6186
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Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
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"We all deserve to be heard, connected with, and loved authentically--and there are so many of us who feel like we aren't seen for who we are, whether its because we feel held back by past struggles or we're still trying to learn who we want to be. I want to hear your story and help you finally feel seen. I'm here to create a safe space so you can bring what you need to our session. Therapy is a place to laugh, cry, explore, and overcome. We can do that together through empathy and person-centered work, where I meet you where you are and help you find the growth and change you're looking for."
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
"My focus as a therapist is to assist my clients in recognizing their strengths and using them to become the best person they can be. I specialize in working with the LGBT community on a variety of issues and am a sex-positive therapist. I use a trauma-informed approach with all of my clients and have been helping those who have been through various traumas in their lives throughout my years of practice."
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(878) 218-9610
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
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"My focus as a therapist is to assist my clients in recognizing their strengths and using them to become the best person they can be. I specialize in working with the LGBT community on a variety of issues and am a sex-positive therapist. I use a trauma-informed approach with all of my clients and have been helping those who have been through various traumas in their lives throughout my years of practice."
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
"*I AM NOT CURRENTLY ABLE TO TAKE NEW INDIVIDUAL CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. TO BE ADDED TO MY WAITLIST PLEASE EMAIL WITH YOUR NAME, PRONOUNS, AND DAY/TIME AVAILABILITY.* As a therapist I have the incredible privilege of bearing witness to your journey. I am honored to hold a supportive, non-judgmental space for you to establish and move towards your wellness goals. I center my work in the tenets of social justice and harm reduction, a commitment to your self-determination, and respect for your role as the expert in your life. My hope is to support you in exploring how the stories we are told, and tell ourselves, inform your world. "
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(267) 214-9005
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
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"*I AM NOT CURRENTLY ABLE TO TAKE NEW INDIVIDUAL CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. TO BE ADDED TO MY WAITLIST PLEASE EMAIL WITH YOUR NAME, PRONOUNS, AND DAY/TIME AVAILABILITY.* As a therapist I have the incredible privilege of bearing witness to your journey. I am honored to hold a supportive, non-judgmental space for you to establish and move towards your wellness goals. I center my work in the tenets of social justice and harm reduction, a commitment to your self-determination, and respect for your role as the expert in your life. My hope is to support you in exploring how the stories we are told, and tell ourselves, inform your world. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
"Hello! My name is Basil and my pronouns are they/them and he/him. I’m a Licensed Social Worker currently located in Philadelphia, PA. I recently relocated to Philly after spending the last decade in the Bay Area. I received my B.A. and M.S.W. from San Francisco State University while supporting myself in various roles within disability services. I've been working in queer & trans mental health specifically since 2017. I am committed to providing identity affirming, trauma informed and social justice oriented therapy to trans/enby/gnc folx & LGBQIA+ women. "
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(267) 214-1227
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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"Hello! My name is Basil and my pronouns are they/them and he/him. I’m a Licensed Social Worker currently located in Philadelphia, PA. I recently relocated to Philly after spending the last decade in the Bay Area. I received my B.A. and M.S.W. from San Francisco State University while supporting myself in various roles within disability services. I've been working in queer & trans mental health specifically since 2017. I am committed to providing identity affirming, trauma informed and social justice oriented therapy to trans/enby/gnc folx & LGBQIA+ women. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
"**2/2020 Currently taking new clients, availability on Tues and Weds evenings.** Making the decision to find the right therapist for you can be a challenging task, and I welcome discussion of your questions and concerns with this process. Whether you are navigating life challenges or transitions; would like to more clearly understand yourself or your relationships, or are interested in making a change in your life— we can collaborate to build a space where you feel supported and safe to explore what is important to you. "
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(267) 214-1027
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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"**2/2020 Currently taking new clients, availability on Tues and Weds evenings.** Making the decision to find the right therapist for you can be a challenging task, and I welcome discussion of your questions and concerns with this process. Whether you are navigating life challenges or transitions; would like to more clearly understand yourself or your relationships, or are interested in making a change in your life— we can collaborate to build a space where you feel supported and safe to explore what is important to you. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
"Therapy can be an experience through which you establish yourself, grow, and heal. I am dedicated to supporting you in your journey by collaboratively creating an open, safe, and non-judgmental space. My work centers on supporting people of non-cisgender experience, people of transgender experience, and people who are queer-identified. I have worked with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, trauma, oppression, dissociation, loss, substance use, chronic illness, intimate partner violence, and HIV/AIDS. "
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(267) 797-8983
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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"Therapy can be an experience through which you establish yourself, grow, and heal. I am dedicated to supporting you in your journey by collaboratively creating an open, safe, and non-judgmental space. My work centers on supporting people of non-cisgender experience, people of transgender experience, and people who are queer-identified. I have worked with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, trauma, oppression, dissociation, loss, substance use, chronic illness, intimate partner violence, and HIV/AIDS. "
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
"Healing is a non-linear process that can take many different shapes and forms. I believe that each individual can find resilience and growth in the face of painful experiences and systemic injustices through internal strength and community support. My goal as a therapist is to empower and co-construct a therapeutic space for clients to explore the healing process through a strengths-based, non-judgmental, and intersectional approach to psychotherapy."
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(267) 789-8106
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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"Healing is a non-linear process that can take many different shapes and forms. I believe that each individual can find resilience and growth in the face of painful experiences and systemic injustices through internal strength and community support. My goal as a therapist is to empower and co-construct a therapeutic space for clients to explore the healing process through a strengths-based, non-judgmental, and intersectional approach to psychotherapy."
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
"I work to meet people where they are in their journey. With collaboration, clients and I build environments that facilitate wellness and growth. I value the importance of a non-judgmental and supportive approach in the creation of spaces that celebrate diverse identities. In practicing intersectional and trauma-informed therapy, I am committed to holding space for individuals with marginalized identities. Additionally, I welcome anyone with experiences of multiplicity, DID, DDNOS, or dissociation. My practice focuses on addressing challenges related to the here-and-now, as well as past experiences. "
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(215) 607-7215
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
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"I work to meet people where they are in their journey. With collaboration, clients and I build environments that facilitate wellness and growth. I value the importance of a non-judgmental and supportive approach in the creation of spaces that celebrate diverse identities. In practicing intersectional and trauma-informed therapy, I am committed to holding space for individuals with marginalized identities. Additionally, I welcome anyone with experiences of multiplicity, DID, DDNOS, or dissociation. My practice focuses on addressing challenges related to the here-and-now, as well as past experiences. "
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Haverford, Pennsylvania 19041
"I provide affirming therapy in English and Spanish online & in-person, for youth and adults, including those who identify as people of color, LGBQ+, and trans/non-binary/etc. I also support couples, and folks exploring identities or seeking to heal from trauma and emotional wounds. Being human can feel hard and messy. I offer a warm therapeutic relationship grounded in principles of collaboration and empowerment. Therapy can help you feel seen, increase self-awareness, and bring clarity to your relationships and areas where you might feel stuck or uncertain. "
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(786) 485-0612
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Haverford, Pennsylvania 19041
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"I provide affirming therapy in English and Spanish online & in-person, for youth and adults, including those who identify as people of color, LGBQ+, and trans/non-binary/etc. I also support couples, and folks exploring identities or seeking to heal from trauma and emotional wounds. Being human can feel hard and messy. I offer a warm therapeutic relationship grounded in principles of collaboration and empowerment. Therapy can help you feel seen, increase self-awareness, and bring clarity to your relationships and areas where you might feel stuck or uncertain. "
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
"Many come to therapy to change patterns of relating to others and themselves that they feel no longer serve them. I believe that these patterns, hard as they may be now, likely played some important role for you in the past. Perhaps addictions, habits, or defenses met otherwise unmet needs in your life, but now have become limiting and compulsive. I see myself as your partner in a process of deep listening, a process which facilitates growth, healing, and new possibilities for relating to your self and others. Specialties and modalities include: Clinical Hypnosis, gender therapy, trauma, addictions. Also see my group therapy option."
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(412) 353-9085
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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"Many come to therapy to change patterns of relating to others and themselves that they feel no longer serve them. I believe that these patterns, hard as they may be now, likely played some important role for you in the past. Perhaps addictions, habits, or defenses met otherwise unmet needs in your life, but now have become limiting and compulsive. I see myself as your partner in a process of deep listening, a process which facilitates growth, healing, and new possibilities for relating to your self and others. Specialties and modalities include: Clinical Hypnosis, gender therapy, trauma, addictions. Also see my group therapy option."
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Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
"Our histories profoundly shape and affect our current life struggles, often in ways in which we are unaware. By exploring the complex perceptions we hold, we can untangle ourselves from repeating entrenched maladaptive patterns. You will find that my role in our relationship is seldom to give you my advice, opinions or to tell you what to do. Rather, my role will be to listen carefully and to intervene in a way that highlights unconscious conflicts. In the confidential, supportive and containing space of the consulting room we will work through the distressing nature of your inner struggles."
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(570) 471-5727
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Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
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"Our histories profoundly shape and affect our current life struggles, often in ways in which we are unaware. By exploring the complex perceptions we hold, we can untangle ourselves from repeating entrenched maladaptive patterns. You will find that my role in our relationship is seldom to give you my advice, opinions or to tell you what to do. Rather, my role will be to listen carefully and to intervene in a way that highlights unconscious conflicts. In the confidential, supportive and containing space of the consulting room we will work through the distressing nature of your inner struggles."

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