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"One of the most important aspects of therapy is the relationship you have with your therapist. Seeking therapy is an expression of hope and a desire to connect. Therapy requires us to be vulnerable, something that is difficult to do, but necessary for true connection and healing. I strive to create a safe, hopeful environment for my clients in which recovery and connection are fostered. I believe in your ability to heal, to recover from serious setbacks and challenges, and to make meaning in your life."
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"One of the most important aspects of therapy is the relationship you have with your therapist. Seeking therapy is an expression of hope and a desire to connect. Therapy requires us to be vulnerable, something that is difficult to do, but necessary for true connection and healing. I strive to create a safe, hopeful environment for my clients in which recovery and connection are fostered. I believe in your ability to heal, to recover from serious setbacks and challenges, and to make meaning in your life."
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"I specialize in verbal and emotional abuse, codependency, "love addiction," and PTSD. People in difficult, often controlling relationships may not understand how to deal with their feelings or with their partner's anger. Narcissistic, borderline, dependent, OCD, antisocial, addictive, are some of the issues that often interfere with each partner's ability to lead a more rewarding and empowered life. In most cases I work with the person being abused."
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"I specialize in verbal and emotional abuse, codependency, "love addiction," and PTSD. People in difficult, often controlling relationships may not understand how to deal with their feelings or with their partner's anger. Narcissistic, borderline, dependent, OCD, antisocial, addictive, are some of the issues that often interfere with each partner's ability to lead a more rewarding and empowered life. In most cases I work with the person being abused."
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"As a member of the Gay community, I offer my professional training and experience, as well as my personal experience and insight into the obstacles that face LBGTQ men and women. I have extensive experience working with LBGTQ individuals with a variety of concerns. I am an affirming, accepting and non-judgmental therapist who offers a place for you to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your personal strengths, learn new and more effective problem solving skills and increase your sense of power."
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(828) 592-2078
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"As a member of the Gay community, I offer my professional training and experience, as well as my personal experience and insight into the obstacles that face LBGTQ men and women. I have extensive experience working with LBGTQ individuals with a variety of concerns. I am an affirming, accepting and non-judgmental therapist who offers a place for you to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and your personal strengths, learn new and more effective problem solving skills and increase your sense of power."
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"Life is full of transitions: starting and ending relationships, changing residences, shifting the way we see ourselves and relate to our life situations can all create challenges which, at times, may feel overwhelming. Enlisting the support of an objective person who can assist us in coming to terms with the unresolved issues we face, or find new ways of seeing and being with our reality as it is, can help. I would be honored to work with you and explore the difficulties you are facing."
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(828) 368-4548
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"Life is full of transitions: starting and ending relationships, changing residences, shifting the way we see ourselves and relate to our life situations can all create challenges which, at times, may feel overwhelming. Enlisting the support of an objective person who can assist us in coming to terms with the unresolved issues we face, or find new ways of seeing and being with our reality as it is, can help. I would be honored to work with you and explore the difficulties you are facing."
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"My goal as a therapist is to support people as they decide to step outside of their comfort zone and search for the actions to take to reach a fulfilling life. I work with adults who identify a wide range of goals and desired professional support; from facing a life transition that feels too overwhelming to face alone, conflict with a significant other, to mental health instability, or substance use. "
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(828) 548-1142
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"My goal as a therapist is to support people as they decide to step outside of their comfort zone and search for the actions to take to reach a fulfilling life. I work with adults who identify a wide range of goals and desired professional support; from facing a life transition that feels too overwhelming to face alone, conflict with a significant other, to mental health instability, or substance use. "
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"Life stressors, uncertainty, and fear can feel overwhelming. You may find yourself turning to drugs or alcohol, unhealthy eating patterns, self-harm, or other harmful behaviors to cope with your emotions. You may be struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, or fear during these uncertain times. Maybe you are currently in recovery from addiction or an eating disorder, and are having trouble maintaining your progress. Or perhaps you are concerned that your teenager is dealing with some of these issues. Whatever you are facing, you are not alone! I am here to provide support, guidance, and encouragement!"
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(828) 414-2685
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"Life stressors, uncertainty, and fear can feel overwhelming. You may find yourself turning to drugs or alcohol, unhealthy eating patterns, self-harm, or other harmful behaviors to cope with your emotions. You may be struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, or fear during these uncertain times. Maybe you are currently in recovery from addiction or an eating disorder, and are having trouble maintaining your progress. Or perhaps you are concerned that your teenager is dealing with some of these issues. Whatever you are facing, you are not alone! I am here to provide support, guidance, and encouragement!"
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"This life can be very challenging and bewildering. I feel inspired to offer compassionate and inquisitive presence for you and support your process in deepening resilience and discernment during times of stress, grief, life transitions, relationship changes and spiritual explorations. I believe our body is highly intelligent and offer Body-Centered Therapy in the form of mindfulness-based exploration and Hakomi Inspired body sensing. I also offer Expressive Arts Therapy, which can include writing, visual arts, movement and music. "
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(833) 956-0229
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"This life can be very challenging and bewildering. I feel inspired to offer compassionate and inquisitive presence for you and support your process in deepening resilience and discernment during times of stress, grief, life transitions, relationship changes and spiritual explorations. I believe our body is highly intelligent and offer Body-Centered Therapy in the form of mindfulness-based exploration and Hakomi Inspired body sensing. I also offer Expressive Arts Therapy, which can include writing, visual arts, movement and music. "
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"**ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** We all want to feel good about how we show up in the world everyday, awake and happy at home, work, and out there in the world. I work with individuals, parents, and couples. I specialize in working with men's issues, anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, trauma and addiction, and life transitions such as divorce or career change. I work with couples struggling with conflict and parenting issues seeking greater connection with each other and their families. You can get back on track to being more clear in your decisions, having more energy, sleeping better, playing better, and loving better."
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(828) 414-2385
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"**ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS** We all want to feel good about how we show up in the world everyday, awake and happy at home, work, and out there in the world. I work with individuals, parents, and couples. I specialize in working with men's issues, anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, trauma and addiction, and life transitions such as divorce or career change. I work with couples struggling with conflict and parenting issues seeking greater connection with each other and their families. You can get back on track to being more clear in your decisions, having more energy, sleeping better, playing better, and loving better."
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"*Now accepting new clients.* We all hold the capacity to thrive in our lives. At times, we feel stuck or face obstacles that stump us. My goal in working with you is to meet you where you are, support you in identifying the root of your difficulties, and help you unearth your inner strength and wisdom to build resilience. "
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(828) 394-0082
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"*Now accepting new clients.* We all hold the capacity to thrive in our lives. At times, we feel stuck or face obstacles that stump us. My goal in working with you is to meet you where you are, support you in identifying the root of your difficulties, and help you unearth your inner strength and wisdom to build resilience. "
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(423) 408-8041
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"At The Journey Center for Healing Arts, we are passionate about helping people move beyond their past and into a full, authentic life. Trauma affects us all at some level - surviving physical pain, emotional pain, or spiritual pain - and it can keep us from living the life we want. We want to see you thrive through your healing process instead of continuing to struggle with worry, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, grief, and unhealthy relationships. "
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"*~* Personal Development Coach. Somatic Healing Coach. *~* Currently, we're in extraordinary times, so I'm here to answer the call to help. I've spent the past 20 years fostering a career incorporating Psychology, Reiki and Coaching into a somatic approach to loving life. My off-grid work is in mental health counseling, primarily trauma, PTSD, women and children as my focus. I'm balancing that with on-line work in coaching. Existential positive psychology based co-active coaching. It's a shades of gray sort of approach, but clear cut differences in modalities. I'm also waving "big" fees to work with people"
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(607) 247-3109
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"*~* Personal Development Coach. Somatic Healing Coach. *~* Currently, we're in extraordinary times, so I'm here to answer the call to help. I've spent the past 20 years fostering a career incorporating Psychology, Reiki and Coaching into a somatic approach to loving life. My off-grid work is in mental health counseling, primarily trauma, PTSD, women and children as my focus. I'm balancing that with on-line work in coaching. Existential positive psychology based co-active coaching. It's a shades of gray sort of approach, but clear cut differences in modalities. I'm also waving "big" fees to work with people"
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"Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help. "
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(828) 373-1549
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"Binaries can be stifling. Suffocating. Living in a world with prescribed ideals, roles, presentations and expectations is exhausting, terrifying and lonely. Maybe you’ve always known that something about you doesn’t quite fit the within the strict confines and regulations of gender and sexuality in our society. Maybe you’re just now starting to question things, or feeling confused and overwhelmed about your gender experiences, sexuality and identity. Maybe you’ve struggled for a long time with other issues (mood, anxiety, relationships, substances, trauma) that intersect with your gender & sexuality. If so, I’m here to help. "
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"I believe we all have times in our lives when we can become overwhelmed and may need help from another person. If this is your first time seeking help, it can be intimidating to choose a therapist and begin the journey to healing. My goal is to create a safe place for clients to explore challenging areas of their lives, difficult relationships, and life transitions. I work with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, substance abuse and life transitions. No matter where you find yourself in your life journey, I promise you will be welcomed and provided with compassionate support."
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(828) 352-8281
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"I believe we all have times in our lives when we can become overwhelmed and may need help from another person. If this is your first time seeking help, it can be intimidating to choose a therapist and begin the journey to healing. My goal is to create a safe place for clients to explore challenging areas of their lives, difficult relationships, and life transitions. I work with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, substance abuse and life transitions. No matter where you find yourself in your life journey, I promise you will be welcomed and provided with compassionate support."
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"I create a safe space so that tweens/teens, adults, families, and organizations can discover the sources causing patterns identified as unproductive so that renewal and recovery becomes a possibility. I utilize the most effective interventions for most emotional/mental health issues, stress/anxiety to complex trauma continuum, and substance/behavioral addictions. Examples include EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Psychotherapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, Play/Expressive Therapies, CBT/DBT, Family Systems, and Relationship Logic."
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(706) 222-3457
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"I create a safe space so that tweens/teens, adults, families, and organizations can discover the sources causing patterns identified as unproductive so that renewal and recovery becomes a possibility. I utilize the most effective interventions for most emotional/mental health issues, stress/anxiety to complex trauma continuum, and substance/behavioral addictions. Examples include EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Internal Family Systems, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Psychotherapy, Attachment-Based Therapy, Play/Expressive Therapies, CBT/DBT, Family Systems, and Relationship Logic."
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"With over 25 years in the mental health field and 13 years in private practice, I offer a multitude of personal and professional experience. Much of our suffering is due to dissatisfaction in relationships. Sadly, many relationships end prematurely when we are most hurt and emotionally vulnerable. However, this is the time when the very intimacy we were lacking prior has the potential to finally break through. I give you tools and insight to heal old wounds that are holding you back from experiencing the love you seek within yourself and others. Together we address the intrapsychic conflicts and longings of the soul."
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(828) 782-3435
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"With over 25 years in the mental health field and 13 years in private practice, I offer a multitude of personal and professional experience. Much of our suffering is due to dissatisfaction in relationships. Sadly, many relationships end prematurely when we are most hurt and emotionally vulnerable. However, this is the time when the very intimacy we were lacking prior has the potential to finally break through. I give you tools and insight to heal old wounds that are holding you back from experiencing the love you seek within yourself and others. Together we address the intrapsychic conflicts and longings of the soul."
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"When is the last time you felt unconditionally accepted, exactly as you are? It's my belief and experience that among all of our deepest desires is the longing to be fully seen, validated, and loved, when all the masks are taken away - for who we truly and authentically are. I offer a safe, heartfelt, compassionate space in which individuals can reveal their deepest vulnerabilities. I specialize in addressing women's issues, sexuality, grief, anxiety, addictions recovery, trauma and spiritual crisis / emergence. Whether in-office, outdoors, or in an online counseling session, I offer individualized and personalized treatment. "
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
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"When is the last time you felt unconditionally accepted, exactly as you are? It's my belief and experience that among all of our deepest desires is the longing to be fully seen, validated, and loved, when all the masks are taken away - for who we truly and authentically are. I offer a safe, heartfelt, compassionate space in which individuals can reveal their deepest vulnerabilities. I specialize in addressing women's issues, sexuality, grief, anxiety, addictions recovery, trauma and spiritual crisis / emergence. Whether in-office, outdoors, or in an online counseling session, I offer individualized and personalized treatment. "
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"I am an experienced and understanding professional with expertise in substance use issues and traumatic events that can can keep us stuck or in unhealthy patterns. Even though it has been many years in practice, I remain honored and humbled by the trust and vulnerability that occurs in the context of the therapeutic relationship, especially valuing the process of witnessing the growth and development of individuals and families. Please feel free to contact me for questions or for scheduling."
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(828) 303-2085
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"I am an experienced and understanding professional with expertise in substance use issues and traumatic events that can can keep us stuck or in unhealthy patterns. Even though it has been many years in practice, I remain honored and humbled by the trust and vulnerability that occurs in the context of the therapeutic relationship, especially valuing the process of witnessing the growth and development of individuals and families. Please feel free to contact me for questions or for scheduling."
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"You're seeking more ideal relationships, more meaningful and fulfilling experiences, and greater success in areas of your life that are important to you. "
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"You're seeking more ideal relationships, more meaningful and fulfilling experiences, and greater success in areas of your life that are important to you. "
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"I have a passion for working with people moving through new stages of their lives (the journey to becoming a parent, or leaving a relationship, for example), with adolescents and young parents, with couples, and with folks going through a difficult transition. I love helping people navigate life's challenges and transitions, in a warm and compassionate, but also directive way. I am comfortable with and have experience with working with people of color, and folks of any gender expression. "
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(828) 970-8837
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"I have a passion for working with people moving through new stages of their lives (the journey to becoming a parent, or leaving a relationship, for example), with adolescents and young parents, with couples, and with folks going through a difficult transition. I love helping people navigate life's challenges and transitions, in a warm and compassionate, but also directive way. I am comfortable with and have experience with working with people of color, and folks of any gender expression. "
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"You feel discouraged and anxious, disconnected and confused. This is NOT how you imagined your life would turn out to be. You've overanalyzed your mistakes. You've sought advice and support from others. You've read the books and attempted change. You are really, really trying to 'do the work'; to be authentic, break the patterns and heal. And yet, here you are- back in a similar situation again. You are ready for something to change- even if right now, you cannot see what that is."
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(828) 383-9640
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"You feel discouraged and anxious, disconnected and confused. This is NOT how you imagined your life would turn out to be. You've overanalyzed your mistakes. You've sought advice and support from others. You've read the books and attempted change. You are really, really trying to 'do the work'; to be authentic, break the patterns and heal. And yet, here you are- back in a similar situation again. You are ready for something to change- even if right now, you cannot see what that is."

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