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"For the past decade or so, I've built my practice based on a specialty in what many people consider the "darker" side of humanity, self-injury. For reasons I don't quite understand myself, I am drawn to these individuals. I am inspired by their creativity, moved by their self-awareness, and awed by their survival instinct. They've taught me more about human psychology than I ever could have learned in grad school. Through the years, I have been known to argue that self-injuring kids and adults are probably the most misunderstood group of people in our community."
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"For the past decade or so, I've built my practice based on a specialty in what many people consider the "darker" side of humanity, self-injury. For reasons I don't quite understand myself, I am drawn to these individuals. I am inspired by their creativity, moved by their self-awareness, and awed by their survival instinct. They've taught me more about human psychology than I ever could have learned in grad school. Through the years, I have been known to argue that self-injuring kids and adults are probably the most misunderstood group of people in our community."
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"Navigating the pressures and expectations in this busy city can be overwhelming, and it can help to have a safe place to gain support. As a therapist, my goal is to help you reach deeper self-awareness, recognize that suffering does not identify you, and empower you to develop the relationships and life that you want. I have a background in working with adolescents, college students, and adults in processing and healing from past traumas and current stressors. "
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"Navigating the pressures and expectations in this busy city can be overwhelming, and it can help to have a safe place to gain support. As a therapist, my goal is to help you reach deeper self-awareness, recognize that suffering does not identify you, and empower you to develop the relationships and life that you want. I have a background in working with adolescents, college students, and adults in processing and healing from past traumas and current stressors. "
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"'Ego says, "once everything falls into place, I'll find peace. Spirit says, "find peace and everything will fall into place.' The feeling of 'peace' is one that we all hope to achieve in our lifetime. Part of our journey lies in understanding and integrating the mind, body, spirit connection. This understanding is essential for maintaining optimal mental health and wellness. I am a holistic psychotherapist best suited to treat issues related to mental health, various trauma, addiction, and abuse. I operate from a place of compassion and understanding of your unique human experience. "
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"'Ego says, "once everything falls into place, I'll find peace. Spirit says, "find peace and everything will fall into place.' The feeling of 'peace' is one that we all hope to achieve in our lifetime. Part of our journey lies in understanding and integrating the mind, body, spirit connection. This understanding is essential for maintaining optimal mental health and wellness. I am a holistic psychotherapist best suited to treat issues related to mental health, various trauma, addiction, and abuse. I operate from a place of compassion and understanding of your unique human experience. "
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"I work from the belief that the answers are already within you, waiting to be unlocked. My role as your therapist is to help you remove psychological blocks that hinder you from fully becoming who you are meant to be. We will work together to explore and move past these blocks in an open, trusting, and non-judgmental way. The ultimate goal being a greater sense of purpose, meaning, and well being in your life."
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"I work from the belief that the answers are already within you, waiting to be unlocked. My role as your therapist is to help you remove psychological blocks that hinder you from fully becoming who you are meant to be. We will work together to explore and move past these blocks in an open, trusting, and non-judgmental way. The ultimate goal being a greater sense of purpose, meaning, and well being in 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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"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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"Thanks for checking out my page! I will help you make fast progress with grounded action. I want to fight for you, with you. we will look at the cause of anxiety and depression. We will work to navigate how these states interrupt your relationships, your life and your goals. You will change your relationship with yourself and the world. Take your power back in your life, You aren’t alone on this journey. Reach out there is a kind soul on the other end who can help."
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"Thanks for checking out my page! I will help you make fast progress with grounded action. I want to fight for you, with you. we will look at the cause of anxiety and depression. We will work to navigate how these states interrupt your relationships, your life and your goals. You will change your relationship with yourself and the world. Take your power back in your life, You aren’t alone on this journey. Reach out there is a kind soul on the other end who can help."
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"I'd love to talk with you if you're looking for a seasoned therapist with sensitivity, insight and soul who can help you address your concerns in regard to relationship difficulty, low self-esteem, sexual identity issues, creative blocks, anxiety, anger, depression, to name just a few areas - or if you simply want someone to attentively listen and give you objective feedback. I invite you to discover how my over 30 years' experience helping people of various backgrounds, races, sexualities and struggles, can inspire hope and confidence that any problem can be met as a creative challenge which can be successfully resolved. "
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"I'd love to talk with you if you're looking for a seasoned therapist with sensitivity, insight and soul who can help you address your concerns in regard to relationship difficulty, low self-esteem, sexual identity issues, creative blocks, anxiety, anger, depression, to name just a few areas - or if you simply want someone to attentively listen and give you objective feedback. I invite you to discover how my over 30 years' experience helping people of various backgrounds, races, sexualities and struggles, can inspire hope and confidence that any problem can be met as a creative challenge which can be successfully resolved. "
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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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"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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"You are unique. There is no one else like you. Each person has their own way of learning, growing and navigating challenges. Therefore, my approach is catered to your needs and strengths; to your favored modes of learning based on your personal, cultural values and traditions. Part of my job is learning to speak your language and deciphering how YOU process information to aid you in your journey to health and happiness. I draw strongly from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which emphasizes the crucial influence thoughts have on behavior and vice versa. My other “go to” theories that significantly influence my work "
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"You are unique. There is no one else like you. Each person has their own way of learning, growing and navigating challenges. Therefore, my approach is catered to your needs and strengths; to your favored modes of learning based on your personal, cultural values and traditions. Part of my job is learning to speak your language and deciphering how YOU process information to aid you in your journey to health and happiness. I draw strongly from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which emphasizes the crucial influence thoughts have on behavior and vice versa. My other “go to” theories that significantly influence my work "
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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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"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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"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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"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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"Knowing there are times in life like now where emotional pain, confusion or stress can bring you to a standstill, my aim is to help you untangle those roadblocks that can affect your daily life, how you feel about yourself, and that might disrupt your relationships with others. Together we will find ways to alleviate emotional distress and suffering to navigate difficult situations and challenges, to cope with isolation and distancing, and to bring greater resilience, purpose and back into your life. And, I honor your unique individuality and all diverse rich backgrounds to facilitate greater empowerment and satisfaction in life."
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"Knowing there are times in life like now where emotional pain, confusion or stress can bring you to a standstill, my aim is to help you untangle those roadblocks that can affect your daily life, how you feel about yourself, and that might disrupt your relationships with others. Together we will find ways to alleviate emotional distress and suffering to navigate difficult situations and challenges, to cope with isolation and distancing, and to bring greater resilience, purpose and back into your life. And, I honor your unique individuality and all diverse rich backgrounds to facilitate greater empowerment and satisfaction in life."
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"Whether you have a specific problem in mind or you desire a deeper understanding of your life experience, you have within yourself the potential for healing and growth. I am committed to seeing you find relief from your personal or relational difficulties or any concerns you may be having related to sexuality. My aim is to help you feel more settled within yourself, to develop more fulfilling and satisfying relationships, and to create purpose and meaning in your life. Through our time together, it's my sincere hope you will begin to experience the happiness and satisfaction that you are searching for in your life."
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"Whether you have a specific problem in mind or you desire a deeper understanding of your life experience, you have within yourself the potential for healing and growth. I am committed to seeing you find relief from your personal or relational difficulties or any concerns you may be having related to sexuality. My aim is to help you feel more settled within yourself, to develop more fulfilling and satisfying relationships, and to create purpose and meaning in your life. Through our time together, it's my sincere hope you will begin to experience the happiness and satisfaction that you are searching for in your life."
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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 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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"I specialize in providing a safe and easy place for you to talk, even if you are unsure about what you need to say. My doctoral level training in clinical psychology and psychoanalysis has taught me how to listen and respond to patients in a way that fosters awakening and change. I believe that anxieties, inhibitions, sexual problems, and disappointments in life can be understood and addressed in a relational process with a therapist. This means that I pay attention to the processes involved in our conversation as much as to the content. This leads to increasingly comprehensive dimensions of togetherness and transformation."
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"I specialize in providing a safe and easy place for you to talk, even if you are unsure about what you need to say. My doctoral level training in clinical psychology and psychoanalysis has taught me how to listen and respond to patients in a way that fosters awakening and change. I believe that anxieties, inhibitions, sexual problems, and disappointments in life can be understood and addressed in a relational process with a therapist. This means that I pay attention to the processes involved in our conversation as much as to the content. This leads to increasingly comprehensive dimensions of togetherness and transformation."
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"Deciding to come into treatment is never an easy decision even when it feels necessary. I work from a psychoanalytic-psychotherapy approach meaning I'm most interested in what your experience is. What that means is that through careful listening and dialogue, I'll work with you to better identify and understand what may be behind painful symptoms like lack of impulse control, binge eating, depression that's so heavy you can't get out of bed, or the terrible grief that comes from losing a loved one."
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"Deciding to come into treatment is never an easy decision even when it feels necessary. I work from a psychoanalytic-psychotherapy approach meaning I'm most interested in what your experience is. What that means is that through careful listening and dialogue, I'll work with you to better identify and understand what may be behind painful symptoms like lack of impulse control, binge eating, depression that's so heavy you can't get out of bed, or the terrible grief that comes from losing a loved one."
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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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"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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"I specialize in working with addicts and their families, and in so doing regularly address issues like depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, and codependency. I work especially well with women -- it's just something organic I have noticed over time -- but I happily work with men, women, and adolescents to address issues related to interpersonal relations, marital issues, sexuality, mid-life, and career transitions. I take a holistic approach to treatment and work with a goal of helping clients rediscover what integrity means to them and then accompany them on the journey to achieving a greater sense of self-fulfillment."
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"I specialize in working with addicts and their families, and in so doing regularly address issues like depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, and codependency. I work especially well with women -- it's just something organic I have noticed over time -- but I happily work with men, women, and adolescents to address issues related to interpersonal relations, marital issues, sexuality, mid-life, and career transitions. I take a holistic approach to treatment and work with a goal of helping clients rediscover what integrity means to them and then accompany them on the journey to achieving a greater sense of self-fulfillment."
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"People come to me for therapy because they want to change something about their lives or because they have experienced unwanted change such as the loss of a loved one, divorce or job loss. Sometimes it's not one big thing, but the challenges of day-to-day living that leave you feeling depleted and overwhelmed. I can help. Our work together will help you uncover your own strengths and develop new skills to overcome challenges and make real, lasting change in your relationships and in your life. Change is scary, but you don't have to go through it alone. "
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"People come to me for therapy because they want to change something about their lives or because they have experienced unwanted change such as the loss of a loved one, divorce or job loss. Sometimes it's not one big thing, but the challenges of day-to-day living that leave you feeling depleted and overwhelmed. I can help. Our work together will help you uncover your own strengths and develop new skills to overcome challenges and make real, lasting change in your relationships and in your life. Change is scary, but you don't have to go through it alone. "
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"I meet every day with people who are overcoming worry, depression, dissatisfaction and conflict to find greater joy, and fulfillment in their life. My specialties include working with depression/anxiety, OCD/ADD, personality disorders, and addiction. I also have expertise in working with the LGBTQQI community.My approach to psychotherapy is practical and interactive, providing the support and insight to help you resolve current issues and historical patterns. Through empathy and direct communication, I assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health."
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"I meet every day with people who are overcoming worry, depression, dissatisfaction and conflict to find greater joy, and fulfillment in their life. My specialties include working with depression/anxiety, OCD/ADD, personality disorders, and addiction. I also have expertise in working with the LGBTQQI community.My approach to psychotherapy is practical and interactive, providing the support and insight to help you resolve current issues and historical patterns. Through empathy and direct communication, I assist you in finding the solutions to life's adversities, challenges, and mental health."

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Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in 90046 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 90046 therapists provide counseling for self harming in 90046. They include therapists, who understand self harming in 90046, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 90046 or treatment for self harming.

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.