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"I have over 20 years of experience working with individuals and couples who are creating their families through foster care, adoption, and third party reproduction. I work with individuals and couples who have struggled with infertility and are now considering what the next step is for them. The decision to start a family through alternative means will significantly impact your life. Alleviate the anxiety and stress involved in such an emotional decision by allowing me to assist you in navigating the family building process and help you decide on the best option for your family."
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"I have over 20 years of experience working with individuals and couples who are creating their families through foster care, adoption, and third party reproduction. I work with individuals and couples who have struggled with infertility and are now considering what the next step is for them. The decision to start a family through alternative means will significantly impact your life. Alleviate the anxiety and stress involved in such an emotional decision by allowing me to assist you in navigating the family building process and help you decide on the best option for your family."
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"If you find yourself feeling blocked from the life you envisioned, I commend your courage in taking the first steps toward help. Whether you are struggling with relationships, life transitions, depression, anxiety, grief, or trauma, I want to help. Therapy can facilitate self-exploration, provide support during a time of distress, and foster greater harmony between your inner and outer worlds. Dealing with this internal conflict can raise fear and uncertainty, and together we will confront these roadblocks in a safe and supportive space."
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"If you find yourself feeling blocked from the life you envisioned, I commend your courage in taking the first steps toward help. Whether you are struggling with relationships, life transitions, depression, anxiety, grief, or trauma, I want to help. Therapy can facilitate self-exploration, provide support during a time of distress, and foster greater harmony between your inner and outer worlds. Dealing with this internal conflict can raise fear and uncertainty, and together we will confront these roadblocks in a safe and supportive space."
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"I am committed to, and very passionate about, working with people to help them find deeper meaning and fulfillment in their lives. I feel therapy is a place where you can feel safe to openly express yourself, as you work side-by-side with someone who will assist you in building self-awareness, promote change, and ultimately improve your relationships and your life. "
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"I am committed to, and very passionate about, working with people to help them find deeper meaning and fulfillment in their lives. I feel therapy is a place where you can feel safe to openly express yourself, as you work side-by-side with someone who will assist you in building self-awareness, promote change, and ultimately improve your relationships and your life. "
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"Are you struggling to adjust to the enormous societal changes that have recently occurred as a result of COVID-19? Are you facing additional pressures such as social isolation, job loss, financial instability, or illness. Is trying to function as a parent, partner, teacher, and remote employee pushing you over the edge? You are not alone. This is a challenging time for everyone. I'm here to help. Together, we can evaluate and enhance your current methods of coping and discover new ways to move forward during these uncertain times."
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"Are you struggling to adjust to the enormous societal changes that have recently occurred as a result of COVID-19? Are you facing additional pressures such as social isolation, job loss, financial instability, or illness. Is trying to function as a parent, partner, teacher, and remote employee pushing you over the edge? You are not alone. This is a challenging time for everyone. I'm here to help. Together, we can evaluate and enhance your current methods of coping and discover new ways to move forward during these uncertain times."
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"Hi there, and welcome! Are you looking for a personalized touch to therapy? A therapist with experience, expertise, but doesn't feel "stuffy" or unrelatable? Then I'm here for you! I truly believe that therapy doesnt have to be a chore -- it can be an enjoyable part of your day and something to look forward to. I pride myself in being relatable and humorous, as well as warm, knowledgable, and understanding. "
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(424) 359-1562
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"Hi there, and welcome! Are you looking for a personalized touch to therapy? A therapist with experience, expertise, but doesn't feel "stuffy" or unrelatable? Then I'm here for you! I truly believe that therapy doesnt have to be a chore -- it can be an enjoyable part of your day and something to look forward to. I pride myself in being relatable and humorous, as well as warm, knowledgable, and understanding. "
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"My client population consists mainly of the LGBTQ+ community and individuals struggling with trauma or anxiety. In addition, I address challenges particular to women's issues, sexual and gender identity concerns, negative self image/body image and depression. We work through these dilemmas through purposeful and compassionate self care, empowering talk therapy, applied mindfulness techniques, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, a process that can help to heal the effects of trauma) when applicable."
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(213) 322-0346
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"My client population consists mainly of the LGBTQ+ community and individuals struggling with trauma or anxiety. In addition, I address challenges particular to women's issues, sexual and gender identity concerns, negative self image/body image and depression. We work through these dilemmas through purposeful and compassionate self care, empowering talk therapy, applied mindfulness techniques, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, a process that can help to heal the effects of trauma) when applicable."
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"If you're stuck or unmotivated, feel inhibited a lot, or have relationship problems and simply don't treat yourself well, therapy can be the right choice for you. Therapy provides you with support to reconnect with yourself. I offer trust, guidance and knowledge to help you develop emotionally and make inherently satisfying choices about how you live your life. My work derives from somatic/body and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, based on the most up-to-date advances in neurological science, which helps create thorough and lasting change."
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(310) 751-7079
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"If you're stuck or unmotivated, feel inhibited a lot, or have relationship problems and simply don't treat yourself well, therapy can be the right choice for you. Therapy provides you with support to reconnect with yourself. I offer trust, guidance and knowledge to help you develop emotionally and make inherently satisfying choices about how you live your life. My work derives from somatic/body and psychoanalytic psychotherapy, based on the most up-to-date advances in neurological science, which helps create thorough and lasting change."
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"Are you feeling stuck in relationships, jobs, or entrenched beliefs about yourself that may not be valid? Unhealthy thoughts, feelings, behaviors and attachments can create patterns that lead to anxiety, depression, addiction and more. The definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results.” If you want to break the cycle, therapy can be a powerful tool in helping you identify problem areas and begin your personal transformation. The process begins with having someone who will listen, understand your needs, uncover stressors and seek solutions."
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(323) 477-0879
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"Are you feeling stuck in relationships, jobs, or entrenched beliefs about yourself that may not be valid? Unhealthy thoughts, feelings, behaviors and attachments can create patterns that lead to anxiety, depression, addiction and more. The definition of insanity is “doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results.” If you want to break the cycle, therapy can be a powerful tool in helping you identify problem areas and begin your personal transformation. The process begins with having someone who will listen, understand your needs, uncover stressors and seek solutions."
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"Damon Holzum, LCSW. I bring a fresh, passionate and compassionate approach to your concerns and engage with you as someone desiring a powerful, nurturing, and solutions focused experience. My focus is an integrative approach blending CBT, experiential, Gestalt, and narrative therapies to assist you and your significant other or family to thrive within your environment and understand your thoughts and feelings to be the best you. I engage with all genres of individuals and focus on sex-positive therapy, polyamory, alternative sexual practices and the destigmatization of all things sexual and intimate within your relationships."
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(424) 293-3960
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"Damon Holzum, LCSW. I bring a fresh, passionate and compassionate approach to your concerns and engage with you as someone desiring a powerful, nurturing, and solutions focused experience. My focus is an integrative approach blending CBT, experiential, Gestalt, and narrative therapies to assist you and your significant other or family to thrive within your environment and understand your thoughts and feelings to be the best you. I engage with all genres of individuals and focus on sex-positive therapy, polyamory, alternative sexual practices and the destigmatization of all things sexual and intimate within your relationships."
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"Are you feeling anxious or sad? Are you experiencing conflict with family members? Do you wish you could increase your self-esteem? I'm a compassionate therapist, who treats a wide variety of issues that affect your growth, functioning and relationships; each client is unique. I employ an eclectic approach, using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a framework. Together we will work to collaboratively set goals, and then look at ways your thoughts and actions effect your feelings and behaviors. My office provides a safe, comfortable environment in which to help you develop the skills necessary to achieve independence and empowerment."
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(310) 341-7573
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"Are you feeling anxious or sad? Are you experiencing conflict with family members? Do you wish you could increase your self-esteem? I'm a compassionate therapist, who treats a wide variety of issues that affect your growth, functioning and relationships; each client is unique. I employ an eclectic approach, using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a framework. Together we will work to collaboratively set goals, and then look at ways your thoughts and actions effect your feelings and behaviors. My office provides a safe, comfortable environment in which to help you develop the skills necessary to achieve independence and empowerment."
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"Sometimes the problems we face conceal our strengths, leaving us feeling stuck. I partner with my clients, helping them find their voice, re-engage their strengths & seek new ways to stay grounded in the midst of the stuff life throws at them. I work with a range of issues (depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship difficulties) and tailor a unique plan that address your individual needs. I work with adults, kids 10-17 and I'm passionate about helping couples navigate difficult conversations—ones that seem to be on repeat—creating a space for each person to feel comfortable talking about the feelings that aren’t always discussed."
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(323) 870-9289
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"Sometimes the problems we face conceal our strengths, leaving us feeling stuck. I partner with my clients, helping them find their voice, re-engage their strengths & seek new ways to stay grounded in the midst of the stuff life throws at them. I work with a range of issues (depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship difficulties) and tailor a unique plan that address your individual needs. I work with adults, kids 10-17 and I'm passionate about helping couples navigate difficult conversations—ones that seem to be on repeat—creating a space for each person to feel comfortable talking about the feelings that aren’t always discussed."
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"I am passionate about getting to know the many parts of the Self and how they interact. Four prominent aspects of my work are: curiosity, authenticity, intuition, and compassion. My therapeutic approach integrates elements of psychoanalysis, object relations, Jungian depth psychology, family systems, and internal family systems. "
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(323) 919-9520
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"I am passionate about getting to know the many parts of the Self and how they interact. Four prominent aspects of my work are: curiosity, authenticity, intuition, and compassion. My therapeutic approach integrates elements of psychoanalysis, object relations, Jungian depth psychology, family systems, and internal family systems. "
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"Looking for a fun, engaging, unique and affordable approach to eating disorder treatment? Gemmed has group therapy for teens (12-19) or adults (20 and over). Are you/your child dealing with anorexia, bulimia, binging, low self-esteem, or body dysmorphia? Faced recurrent relapse and need more support than just individual therapy? We are so much more than just traditional therapy. Volunteers teach a creative activity that develops our spirit and interests, like painting, yoga, dance, etc. We then we eat a catered meal together to redevelop the joy of sharing a meal with friends, and lastly we have group therapy led by Annie, an LMFT."
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Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
"Looking for a fun, engaging, unique and affordable approach to eating disorder treatment? Gemmed has group therapy for teens (12-19) or adults (20 and over). Are you/your child dealing with anorexia, bulimia, binging, low self-esteem, or body dysmorphia? Faced recurrent relapse and need more support than just individual therapy? We are so much more than just traditional therapy. Volunteers teach a creative activity that develops our spirit and interests, like painting, yoga, dance, etc. We then we eat a catered meal together to redevelop the joy of sharing a meal with friends, and lastly we have group therapy led by Annie, an LMFT."
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"Change starts with the first step. Insight paired with action drives lasting change. However taking the step to foster change in one's emotional life can be frightening and overwhelming. With me you will find a safe, caring environment, where together we travel a path of emotional discovery that will lead you to a better life. Based in West Hollywood, my practice is designed to help you understand yourself at a fundamental level, to give you tools and craft an approach that is healing and meets your specific needs. Building trust in the therapeutic journey, in an atmosphere that supports emotional growth and lasting change."
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(310) 729-9062
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"Change starts with the first step. Insight paired with action drives lasting change. However taking the step to foster change in one's emotional life can be frightening and overwhelming. With me you will find a safe, caring environment, where together we travel a path of emotional discovery that will lead you to a better life. Based in West Hollywood, my practice is designed to help you understand yourself at a fundamental level, to give you tools and craft an approach that is healing and meets your specific needs. Building trust in the therapeutic journey, in an atmosphere that supports emotional growth and lasting change."
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"My practice specializes in the treatment of adolescents, young adults, and adults in the areas of eating disorders, body image issues, anxiety, depression, relationships, women's issues, pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum support and the immediate and lasting effects of trauma. I take an integrative approach to treatment - assessing the needs of each client and going from there. "
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(978) 203-4528
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"My practice specializes in the treatment of adolescents, young adults, and adults in the areas of eating disorders, body image issues, anxiety, depression, relationships, women's issues, pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum support and the immediate and lasting effects of trauma. I take an integrative approach to treatment - assessing the needs of each client and going from there. "
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"My collaborative approach to wellness allows us to work together to cultivate a relationship where your unique needs can be seen and supported. Part of our work together will include looking at your identity. I have a particular passion for working with Black women who may find themselves struggling to feel heard, represented, and navigate intimacy. Do you find yourself frustrated by being one of the few people who looks like you in your workplace or community? As you navigate careers and relationships, do you feel a sense of isolation, or the constant need to prove yourself? I’m here to support you as you work toward success."
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(323) 831-7208
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"My collaborative approach to wellness allows us to work together to cultivate a relationship where your unique needs can be seen and supported. Part of our work together will include looking at your identity. I have a particular passion for working with Black women who may find themselves struggling to feel heard, represented, and navigate intimacy. Do you find yourself frustrated by being one of the few people who looks like you in your workplace or community? As you navigate careers and relationships, do you feel a sense of isolation, or the constant need to prove yourself? I’m here to support you as you work toward success."
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"I understand how difficult it is to feel anxious, sad, or depressed, and how those feelings can impact the relationships in your life. You do not have to face these challenges alone. My work as a therapist centers on providing empathy, understanding, and a safe place where you can openly express your thoughts and feelings. Together, we will process how the experiences and relationships in your life have affected your mood, your happiness, the way you communicate with others, and more importantly, the way you view yourself."
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"I understand how difficult it is to feel anxious, sad, or depressed, and how those feelings can impact the relationships in your life. You do not have to face these challenges alone. My work as a therapist centers on providing empathy, understanding, and a safe place where you can openly express your thoughts and feelings. Together, we will process how the experiences and relationships in your life have affected your mood, your happiness, the way you communicate with others, and more importantly, the way you view yourself."
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"Authenticity, self-acceptance, and social justice are the tenets that guide my work as a therapist. Through our work in cultivating an affirming and nonjudgemental relationship, and drawing from both of our lived experiences, I will support you in deconstructing what is causing ongoing distress in your life, help facilitate insight and empowerment, and foster building healthier and more authentic relationships with your self and with others."
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(213) 322-1535
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"Authenticity, self-acceptance, and social justice are the tenets that guide my work as a therapist. Through our work in cultivating an affirming and nonjudgemental relationship, and drawing from both of our lived experiences, I will support you in deconstructing what is causing ongoing distress in your life, help facilitate insight and empowerment, and foster building healthier and more authentic relationships with your self and with others."
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"Therapy is an art, not a science. Since every person is a unique individual, therapy will vary depending on the persons involved. Hence, there can be no one approach to therapy which works for everyone. To facilitate change, different techniques may be used. However, the forging of a therapeutic alliance is essential for change. Research has shown that a successful outcome in therapy depends on this. In humanistic psychology, emphasis is placed on self-actualization. A propensity to self-actualize is presumed to exist in all persons. Karen Horney made the following analogy to illustrate this phenomenon."
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(562) 732-4315
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"Therapy is an art, not a science. Since every person is a unique individual, therapy will vary depending on the persons involved. Hence, there can be no one approach to therapy which works for everyone. To facilitate change, different techniques may be used. However, the forging of a therapeutic alliance is essential for change. Research has shown that a successful outcome in therapy depends on this. In humanistic psychology, emphasis is placed on self-actualization. A propensity to self-actualize is presumed to exist in all persons. Karen Horney made the following analogy to illustrate this phenomenon."
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"Why therapy for a child? We know that the world can be a challenging and overwhelming place, and it is no different for a child. I can support you and your child to navigate feelings of sadness, anger, fear, and frustration. You may or may not know why your child is having a hard time and certain feelings may be masquerading as challenging behaviors. I can help uncover what may be causing discomfort, fear, anxiety or sadness."
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"Why therapy for a child? We know that the world can be a challenging and overwhelming place, and it is no different for a child. I can support you and your child to navigate feelings of sadness, anger, fear, and frustration. You may or may not know why your child is having a hard time and certain feelings may be masquerading as challenging behaviors. I can help uncover what may be causing discomfort, fear, anxiety or sadness."

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Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13) Therapists
The Preteen or Tween years (ages 11-13) are a transitional period when the physical and psychological changes that occur in adolescence begin.

For help with preteens or for an 90046 preteen therapist these 90046 preteen therapists provide help with preteen development issues. They include preteen therapists in 90046, preteen psychologists, and preteen counselors. They can help with preteen behavior, preteen learning and preteen body image issues.

They'll also help with tweens in 90046, communicating and understanding your tween tween body image concerns.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 90046 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 90046 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 90046 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 90046 or family therapy in 90046.