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"Along with online sessions for individuals and couples, I am offering free 30 minute consultations to address the problems, stress and issues related to Coronavirus. I have 25 years of experienced as a trained therapist for individuals and couples . I also have extensive training and experience working with those of diverse backgrounds, relationship status and as a business owner myself, have particular understanding of the additional challenges. Please allow me to help you manage the mental and emotional demands that we now face."
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"Along with online sessions for individuals and couples, I am offering free 30 minute consultations to address the problems, stress and issues related to Coronavirus. I have 25 years of experienced as a trained therapist for individuals and couples . I also have extensive training and experience working with those of diverse backgrounds, relationship status and as a business owner myself, have particular understanding of the additional challenges. Please allow me to help you manage the mental and emotional demands that we now face."
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"Are you looking for deeper and lasting psychological development? As a certified Jungian Analyst, my work involves soul-building, connecting to your most authentic and alive self, centering on the search for meaning and purpose. Analysis can provide lasting change for those dealing with loss, transitions, anxiety, depression, as well as survivors of trauma. I have more than twenty years experience in dream work, mindfulness, and the creative process. I am an analyst member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the IAAP."
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"Are you looking for deeper and lasting psychological development? As a certified Jungian Analyst, my work involves soul-building, connecting to your most authentic and alive self, centering on the search for meaning and purpose. Analysis can provide lasting change for those dealing with loss, transitions, anxiety, depression, as well as survivors of trauma. I have more than twenty years experience in dream work, mindfulness, and the creative process. I am an analyst member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts and the IAAP."
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"Feeling stuck or defeated or hopeless about yourself or the relationships that are most important to you? I would like to work with you to find clarity and hope, whether about your own journey or your journey within a couple or a family."
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"Feeling stuck or defeated or hopeless about yourself or the relationships that are most important to you? I would like to work with you to find clarity and hope, whether about your own journey or your journey within a couple or a family."
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"Have you stopped feeling like yourself or don’t recognize yourself in the mirror anymore? Are you afraid you’re slowly losing your significant other or having arguments that you don’t know how to resolve them? Are you having thoughts or feelings that disturb you ? Are you unsure who to talk to ? Are you haunted by the past and you can’t seem to move on? Maybe you are scared by your own thoughts and feelings and don’t know where to turn or you feel empty or are looking for meaning. I work with individuals, and families from a broad array of backgrounds lifestyles and issues experienced."
Racial Justice Allied
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"Have you stopped feeling like yourself or don’t recognize yourself in the mirror anymore? Are you afraid you’re slowly losing your significant other or having arguments that you don’t know how to resolve them? Are you having thoughts or feelings that disturb you ? Are you unsure who to talk to ? Are you haunted by the past and you can’t seem to move on? Maybe you are scared by your own thoughts and feelings and don’t know where to turn or you feel empty or are looking for meaning. I work with individuals, and families from a broad array of backgrounds lifestyles and issues experienced."
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"I offer a warm and nonjudgmental approach to help people come to a deep understanding not simply of how to alleviate symptoms, but how to resolve issues that may give rise to symptoms. I have particular experience in addressing anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and personality disorders, and I'm open to working with you on a range of issues. "
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"I offer a warm and nonjudgmental approach to help people come to a deep understanding not simply of how to alleviate symptoms, but how to resolve issues that may give rise to symptoms. I have particular experience in addressing anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, and personality disorders, and I'm open to working with you on a range of issues. "
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"Making the decision to seek therapy and then finding the right therapist can be difficult. You may be struggling with your feelings, behaviors, or relationships. I enjoy working with people on a wide variety of issues. Often this is with individuals and couples who are struggling emotionally, experiencing transitions, or wanting more satisfying relationships. My work tends to focus first on finding relief from problematic symptoms and then on improving relationships and personal growth and development, working towards a happier and more peaceful experience of living. My approach is nurturing and supportive, always respectful."
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"Making the decision to seek therapy and then finding the right therapist can be difficult. You may be struggling with your feelings, behaviors, or relationships. I enjoy working with people on a wide variety of issues. Often this is with individuals and couples who are struggling emotionally, experiencing transitions, or wanting more satisfying relationships. My work tends to focus first on finding relief from problematic symptoms and then on improving relationships and personal growth and development, working towards a happier and more peaceful experience of living. My approach is nurturing and supportive, always respectful."
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"I enjoy working with people who are experiencing difficult life issues, often related to relationships and/or cultural expectation of who they "should" be. I support individuals, couples, and families who are stuck in a moment of confusion, grief, hopelessness, or despair, helping them figure out how to manage difficult challenges. I particularly appreciate opportunities to work with those in the process of exploring gender identity and sexual orientation, and acute life/work crises such as grief, loss, and other traumas, including critical events such as the COVID-19 pandemic."
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"I enjoy working with people who are experiencing difficult life issues, often related to relationships and/or cultural expectation of who they "should" be. I support individuals, couples, and families who are stuck in a moment of confusion, grief, hopelessness, or despair, helping them figure out how to manage difficult challenges. I particularly appreciate opportunities to work with those in the process of exploring gender identity and sexual orientation, and acute life/work crises such as grief, loss, and other traumas, including critical events such as the COVID-19 pandemic."
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"About a decade ago I attended a conference at the Omega Institute and was reawakened to the immense suffering in the world, and I realized there was no more time to waste. I needed to change careers in order to be of service. All of my life I wanted to be a healer and pursued a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health. My approach is mindful, practical, respectful and always hopeful. I believe each of holds the key to our own healing within our highest sense of self. My role is to help support that discovery process through thoughtful exploration, creativity and a little humor."
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"About a decade ago I attended a conference at the Omega Institute and was reawakened to the immense suffering in the world, and I realized there was no more time to waste. I needed to change careers in order to be of service. All of my life I wanted to be a healer and pursued a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health. My approach is mindful, practical, respectful and always hopeful. I believe each of holds the key to our own healing within our highest sense of self. My role is to help support that discovery process through thoughtful exploration, creativity and a little humor."
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"I specialize in working with teens, adults of all ages and families in the areas of anxiety, depression and life transitions. I have extensive experience working with clients facing various life challenges; I provide support in supporting the development of skills applied to build healthy relationships, set personal goals, and make good decisions for a more positive lifestyle. I offer therapeutic support and decision making strategies to individuals struggling to make desired changes in their life. Utilizing a strengths-based approach to therapy, I work with you to identify and move past obstacles to accomplish your goals."
Racial Justice Allied
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"I specialize in working with teens, adults of all ages and families in the areas of anxiety, depression and life transitions. I have extensive experience working with clients facing various life challenges; I provide support in supporting the development of skills applied to build healthy relationships, set personal goals, and make good decisions for a more positive lifestyle. I offer therapeutic support and decision making strategies to individuals struggling to make desired changes in their life. Utilizing a strengths-based approach to therapy, I work with you to identify and move past obstacles to accomplish your goals."
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"Dr. Jameca W. Falconer is an accomplished Counseling psychologist and one of the leading providers of psychotherapy services to older adults in St. Louis. After recognizing the overwhelming need for mental health services among older individuals and African Americans in St. Louis, Dr. Falconer launched her psychotherapy practice in 2006. Her company, Emergence Psychological Services, provides psychological services to thousands of St. Louis area residents, many of whom have functional and physical limitations. As president and clinical director of Emergence Psychological Services, she has provided a valuable service to residents of Saint Louis, at a time when many health providers have abandoned in-home visits."
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"Dr. Jameca W. Falconer is an accomplished Counseling psychologist and one of the leading providers of psychotherapy services to older adults in St. Louis. After recognizing the overwhelming need for mental health services among older individuals and African Americans in St. Louis, Dr. Falconer launched her psychotherapy practice in 2006. Her company, Emergence Psychological Services, provides psychological services to thousands of St. Louis area residents, many of whom have functional and physical limitations. As president and clinical director of Emergence Psychological Services, she has provided a valuable service to residents of Saint Louis, at a time when many health providers have abandoned in-home visits."
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"Are you struggling with anxiety, disordered eating, depression, trauma, loss, or a life transition? Is your child struggling to adjust to new life circumstances that have brought on behavioral concerns? Life brings challenges and with those challenges comes opportunity for growth. If you are ready to embark on a new path towards self-discovery, I am here to offer guidance and the skills for success. I will help you not only discover new ways to manage your symptoms, but also to understand and address the root cause. "
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"Are you struggling with anxiety, disordered eating, depression, trauma, loss, or a life transition? Is your child struggling to adjust to new life circumstances that have brought on behavioral concerns? Life brings challenges and with those challenges comes opportunity for growth. If you are ready to embark on a new path towards self-discovery, I am here to offer guidance and the skills for success. I will help you not only discover new ways to manage your symptoms, but also to understand and address the root cause. "
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"We all experience difficulties at some point in our lives. At times these difficulties can become overwhelming, and we struggle to cope. This can be from one incident or many over several years. Sometimes these events make us feel stuck and can even impact us many years later. Wherever you are in your journey, I am here to assist you through the healing process and ultimately help you get unstuck. "
Racial Justice Allied
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"We all experience difficulties at some point in our lives. At times these difficulties can become overwhelming, and we struggle to cope. This can be from one incident or many over several years. Sometimes these events make us feel stuck and can even impact us many years later. Wherever you are in your journey, I am here to assist you through the healing process and ultimately help you get unstuck. "
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"In the words of author M. Scott Peck: Life is difficult. However, it is within the challenge that we have the potential to become fuller versions of ourselves. In a world that can feel overwhelmed by information, contradiction and noise, it can be easy to lose touch of our internal self. Maybe you are just beginning to recognize discord. Or maybe you have known for a while that things just don't feel right. Perhaps you are struggling through a life transition and recognize that you need and deserve your own time and space to safely express your unique story with an empathetic and thoughtful practitioner. "
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"In the words of author M. Scott Peck: Life is difficult. However, it is within the challenge that we have the potential to become fuller versions of ourselves. In a world that can feel overwhelmed by information, contradiction and noise, it can be easy to lose touch of our internal self. Maybe you are just beginning to recognize discord. Or maybe you have known for a while that things just don't feel right. Perhaps you are struggling through a life transition and recognize that you need and deserve your own time and space to safely express your unique story with an empathetic and thoughtful practitioner. "
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"I am best suited for clients who are ready to make a change, as I believe in jumping right in. While some approaches require years of treatment, I don't think -for most people- that is necessary. I'm pretty much entirely solution-focused, which means the modality I most often use is practical, results-oriented, and focuses on solving the current problems in your life. I also love doing relationship work; any and all couples, including nontraditional ones, are welcome. (My website has more info about my approach to couples' counseling). I also teach communication/conflict classes in my office, and consult with businesses and schools."
Racial Justice Allied
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"I am best suited for clients who are ready to make a change, as I believe in jumping right in. While some approaches require years of treatment, I don't think -for most people- that is necessary. I'm pretty much entirely solution-focused, which means the modality I most often use is practical, results-oriented, and focuses on solving the current problems in your life. I also love doing relationship work; any and all couples, including nontraditional ones, are welcome. (My website has more info about my approach to couples' counseling). I also teach communication/conflict classes in my office, and consult with businesses and schools."
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"When the challenges of life and relationship present you with complex dilemmas and create painful or uncomfortable symptoms, therapy offers an opportunity for healing and long-lasting psychological change. The power of therapy is in the way it expands your choice in behaviors or ways of seeing others, yourself and your life circumstances. Through a compassionate journey of self-exploration I will help you work toward a fuller understanding of yourself which will lead to greater choice in how you live, love, work and play. It is a privilege to join you on your journey of self-discovery and healing."
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"When the challenges of life and relationship present you with complex dilemmas and create painful or uncomfortable symptoms, therapy offers an opportunity for healing and long-lasting psychological change. The power of therapy is in the way it expands your choice in behaviors or ways of seeing others, yourself and your life circumstances. Through a compassionate journey of self-exploration I will help you work toward a fuller understanding of yourself which will lead to greater choice in how you live, love, work and play. It is a privilege to join you on your journey of self-discovery and healing."
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"My goal for all of my clients is for them to be able to say they are living their Best Authentic Life. I can help you tap into your inner strength and personal power so you can make the changes needed to feel better and create a more fulfilling life. We will work together on you getting to know who that is and what that looks like. If anxiety of depression is getting in your way, we will work with your thoughts and behaviors, and use mindfulness skills for symptom management. "
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"My goal for all of my clients is for them to be able to say they are living their Best Authentic Life. I can help you tap into your inner strength and personal power so you can make the changes needed to feel better and create a more fulfilling life. We will work together on you getting to know who that is and what that looks like. If anxiety of depression is getting in your way, we will work with your thoughts and behaviors, and use mindfulness skills for symptom management. "
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"As a Sex Therapist and Sexual Behavior Analyst, I work with clients of all backgrounds, sexualities, genders, and relationship dynamics. Clients come to me to work on sexual and/or sociosexual concerns, including low desire, lack of partnership skills, poor impulsivity control (also sometimes called sex addiction or porn addiction), coming out, inner shame, exploring new dynamics and/or kinks, and also for vaginal pain and erectile dysfunction. I enjoy working with a variety of humans, and have worked extensively with the following populations (noting that many intersect, as well): LGBTQIA+, ABDL, Autism, Poly, Heterosexual, HIV+."
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"As a Sex Therapist and Sexual Behavior Analyst, I work with clients of all backgrounds, sexualities, genders, and relationship dynamics. Clients come to me to work on sexual and/or sociosexual concerns, including low desire, lack of partnership skills, poor impulsivity control (also sometimes called sex addiction or porn addiction), coming out, inner shame, exploring new dynamics and/or kinks, and also for vaginal pain and erectile dysfunction. I enjoy working with a variety of humans, and have worked extensively with the following populations (noting that many intersect, as well): LGBTQIA+, ABDL, Autism, Poly, Heterosexual, HIV+."
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"Using evidence-based techniques, I will help you look for patterns in the ways you are thinking or acting that may be causing problems, help you establish healthier relationships, and help you develop better coping skills while also aiding your ability to connect to your body and emotions, while learning to regulate them effectively. I tend to be known for my honest, and goal-focused approach. You can be assured that whatever issue you have come to therapy to address, I will work to gently, but firmly push you to help resolve it. I emphasize praise and rewards for achievements, relying on your strengths as motivators for change."
Racial Justice Allied
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"Using evidence-based techniques, I will help you look for patterns in the ways you are thinking or acting that may be causing problems, help you establish healthier relationships, and help you develop better coping skills while also aiding your ability to connect to your body and emotions, while learning to regulate them effectively. I tend to be known for my honest, and goal-focused approach. You can be assured that whatever issue you have come to therapy to address, I will work to gently, but firmly push you to help resolve it. I emphasize praise and rewards for achievements, relying on your strengths as motivators for change."
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"If technological advances allow for connection even more than before, then why do you feel so disconnected? Sometimes, your life can feel like it is on autopilot and no one cares. Why does life seem meaningless and uncertain at times? Loneliness is stigmatized in our society. Individuals can be in a relationship and still feel lonely. Sometimes a single event can prevent us from really connecting to others around us. You need help to rediscover yourself so that you can reconnect with the ones you love. Perhaps your family or your child is experiencing similar concerns, they deserve help too. You deserve to live your best life. "
Racial Justice Allied
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"If technological advances allow for connection even more than before, then why do you feel so disconnected? Sometimes, your life can feel like it is on autopilot and no one cares. Why does life seem meaningless and uncertain at times? Loneliness is stigmatized in our society. Individuals can be in a relationship and still feel lonely. Sometimes a single event can prevent us from really connecting to others around us. You need help to rediscover yourself so that you can reconnect with the ones you love. Perhaps your family or your child is experiencing similar concerns, they deserve help too. You deserve to live your best life. "
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"I work with people of diverse beliefs, backgrounds, and cultures. I would love to work with you, not only to help you resolve the situations which brought you to counseling, but also to help you grow more into who you actually are. I utilize EMDR and DBT to help both teens and adults with life transitions, identity issues, abuse recovery, sex addictions, and life skills. I bring a balance to my counseling sessions. Clients can expect me to be honest and forward focused, while creating a space that feels at ease and judgment free. Please call to see if my services might be a fit for your needs."
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"I work with people of diverse beliefs, backgrounds, and cultures. I would love to work with you, not only to help you resolve the situations which brought you to counseling, but also to help you grow more into who you actually are. I utilize EMDR and DBT to help both teens and adults with life transitions, identity issues, abuse recovery, sex addictions, and life skills. I bring a balance to my counseling sessions. Clients can expect me to be honest and forward focused, while creating a space that feels at ease and judgment free. Please call to see if my services might be a fit for your needs."

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