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"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
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"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
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"I will work with you to help reveal your true potential. We will uncover behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life. "
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"I will work with you to help reveal your true potential. We will uncover behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life. "
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"I am here to help you and to listen. We can work together to better understand the challenges in your life. Through talking, things will get better. Today, you are one step closer to a new you where you can feel empowered and go on that positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you lead a life that is worth celebrating. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
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"I am here to help you and to listen. We can work together to better understand the challenges in your life. Through talking, things will get better. Today, you are one step closer to a new you where you can feel empowered and go on that positive path to growth and well-being. As a therapist, my goal is to help you lead a life that is worth celebrating. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life."
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"Do you find yourself feeling stuck in certain feelings? We call emotions "feelings" because they are experienced physically first, and then words are put to what is felt. If talking yourself out of uncomfortable feelings isn't working, you may want to try body-based therapy. All of your emotions are needed to fully express yourself, just as a dancer needs a full range of motion, and an artist needs every color. I help clients to cope with uncomfortable and painful feelings in order to open up to feeling safe experiencing the full range of human emotions."
Video Game Addiction
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"Do you find yourself feeling stuck in certain feelings? We call emotions "feelings" because they are experienced physically first, and then words are put to what is felt. If talking yourself out of uncomfortable feelings isn't working, you may want to try body-based therapy. All of your emotions are needed to fully express yourself, just as a dancer needs a full range of motion, and an artist needs every color. I help clients to cope with uncomfortable and painful feelings in order to open up to feeling safe experiencing the full range of human emotions."
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"I'm glad you're here. We all feel overwhelmed or stressed, anxious, frustrated or misunderstood in our relationships at times. We may experience trauma or situations that negatively impact us or someone we love. Do you struggle with depression or anxiety? Are you having issues in your family or concerns about your child's behaviors? It can be difficult to navigate these issues on your own, and seeking therapy is often the first step towards healing and growth. I welcome the opportunity to join you as you take this step and the next; I welcome the chance to join on this journey and assist you as you navigate these or similar issues."
(607) 251-0445
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"I'm glad you're here. We all feel overwhelmed or stressed, anxious, frustrated or misunderstood in our relationships at times. We may experience trauma or situations that negatively impact us or someone we love. Do you struggle with depression or anxiety? Are you having issues in your family or concerns about your child's behaviors? It can be difficult to navigate these issues on your own, and seeking therapy is often the first step towards healing and growth. I welcome the opportunity to join you as you take this step and the next; I welcome the chance to join on this journey and assist you as you navigate these or similar issues."
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"**Accepting new clients via telehealth** We've all been there. We've all faced the darkest of times. The key to changing the dark to light, is letting someone in to discuss their pain. Relationship struggles, life transitions and overcoming past pain and trauma are what I focus on and work with individuals and couples. My clients are looking for effective therapy that can last at two-three months to get their life back on track."
(607) 882-6079
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"**Accepting new clients via telehealth** We've all been there. We've all faced the darkest of times. The key to changing the dark to light, is letting someone in to discuss their pain. Relationship struggles, life transitions and overcoming past pain and trauma are what I focus on and work with individuals and couples. My clients are looking for effective therapy that can last at two-three months to get their life back on track."
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""I am currently full and can not accept new clients at this time." Are fears and anxieties limiting your life? Are you feeling sad or down most of the time. I have been helping individuals learn techniques to overcome fears and find relief from depression for over twenty years."
(607) 882-6092
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""I am currently full and can not accept new clients at this time." Are fears and anxieties limiting your life? Are you feeling sad or down most of the time. I have been helping individuals learn techniques to overcome fears and find relief from depression for over twenty years."
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"I am a licensed psychologist who has practices in New York State both upstate and in the metropolitan New York area for many years and in Rhode Island for some time. I also have graduate degrees in the field of education and have been a teacher prior to my years as a therapist. My practice includes expertise in a wide variety of areas and ages including adults and have a special interest in marital work and couples sessions."
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"I am a licensed psychologist who has practices in New York State both upstate and in the metropolitan New York area for many years and in Rhode Island for some time. I also have graduate degrees in the field of education and have been a teacher prior to my years as a therapist. My practice includes expertise in a wide variety of areas and ages including adults and have a special interest in marital work and couples sessions."
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"I have enjoyed working with a variety of individuals of different ages and backgrounds. Clients describe me as warm,witty, empathic and genuine. I have extensive experience in treating a variety of clinical problems including anxiety disorders, depression and bipolar disorders, ADHD, disruptive behaviors of children and with the families and victims of abuse. I have worked with emergency responders, health care workers, law enforcement officers and a variety of professionals. I have been described as being able to communicate well with and form productive therapeutic relationships with special groups such as the developmentally disabled."
(607) 261-0024
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"I have enjoyed working with a variety of individuals of different ages and backgrounds. Clients describe me as warm,witty, empathic and genuine. I have extensive experience in treating a variety of clinical problems including anxiety disorders, depression and bipolar disorders, ADHD, disruptive behaviors of children and with the families and victims of abuse. I have worked with emergency responders, health care workers, law enforcement officers and a variety of professionals. I have been described as being able to communicate well with and form productive therapeutic relationships with special groups such as the developmentally disabled."
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"Taking time to sort through your thoughts and feelings with someone safe and very present is one of the greatest gifts you give yourself. I'm here to help you find relief, understand, heal, integrate, and grow. Through warm acceptance, genuine presence, and attuned reflections, I build a trusting partnership. Together in this supportive, emotionally engaged alliance, we create the experiences that deepen your relationship with yourself and others. In this new self-awareness, I help you reconnect with your innate strengths. Using these capabilities, I will guide you to develop successful skills and coping strategies to reach your goals."
(607) 275-5787
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"Taking time to sort through your thoughts and feelings with someone safe and very present is one of the greatest gifts you give yourself. I'm here to help you find relief, understand, heal, integrate, and grow. Through warm acceptance, genuine presence, and attuned reflections, I build a trusting partnership. Together in this supportive, emotionally engaged alliance, we create the experiences that deepen your relationship with yourself and others. In this new self-awareness, I help you reconnect with your innate strengths. Using these capabilities, I will guide you to develop successful skills and coping strategies to reach your goals."
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"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Everyone functions uniquely. I focus compassionately on emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships to examine patterns and slowly change them. Our ability to observe and use our will to change are the most powerful tools we possess to bring about changes we desire. Everyone experiences depression, anxiety, insecurities, doubt, and grief, but we can decide how to deal with life's changes, challenges, and transitions. Note: I do not accept insurance; instead, I take payment from you directly and you submit a receipt I give you to your insurance company for out of network benefits you may have. "
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"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Everyone functions uniquely. I focus compassionately on emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships to examine patterns and slowly change them. Our ability to observe and use our will to change are the most powerful tools we possess to bring about changes we desire. Everyone experiences depression, anxiety, insecurities, doubt, and grief, but we can decide how to deal with life's changes, challenges, and transitions. Note: I do not accept insurance; instead, I take payment from you directly and you submit a receipt I give you to your insurance company for out of network benefits you may have. "
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"I provide a safe space to help individuals & couples become self-aware, to effectively regulate their emotions, communicate skillfully, and develop competence to work through challenges. I am age 63 with 2 children and some of my strengths and interests include: Counseling and mediation with financial issues. Working with families in mixed orientation marriages and partnerships (pre and post disclosure of the gay or lesbian spouse/partner). Assisting gay males in dealing with shame, homophobia and other individual, familial and societal stressors. Integrating mindfulness to provide calmness and clarity to the therapeutic process."
(315) 883-2285
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"I provide a safe space to help individuals & couples become self-aware, to effectively regulate their emotions, communicate skillfully, and develop competence to work through challenges. I am age 63 with 2 children and some of my strengths and interests include: Counseling and mediation with financial issues. Working with families in mixed orientation marriages and partnerships (pre and post disclosure of the gay or lesbian spouse/partner). Assisting gay males in dealing with shame, homophobia and other individual, familial and societal stressors. Integrating mindfulness to provide calmness and clarity to the therapeutic process."
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"In psychotherapy, we work together to understand the meaning of your symptoms and the sources of your pain. This process is unique to each individual, but usually includes the exploration of the following elements as they relate to your past, present, and future: beliefs, emotions, defenses, recurring patterns, and relationship dynamics. Therapy at its best calls forth our deepest sense of who we are. It dares us to break free from our history and safe strategies of the anxious mind. It gives us the courage to give voice to our deepest longings—the desire for meaning, love, belonging, and a sense of comfort in our own skin."
(607) 391-2360
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"In psychotherapy, we work together to understand the meaning of your symptoms and the sources of your pain. This process is unique to each individual, but usually includes the exploration of the following elements as they relate to your past, present, and future: beliefs, emotions, defenses, recurring patterns, and relationship dynamics. Therapy at its best calls forth our deepest sense of who we are. It dares us to break free from our history and safe strategies of the anxious mind. It gives us the courage to give voice to our deepest longings—the desire for meaning, love, belonging, and a sense of comfort in our own skin."
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"I became a therapist late in life, after retiring from a career in human service where I worked with children and families. I bring to my work not only my professional knowledge, but also these many years of experience."
(607) 269-4379
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"I became a therapist late in life, after retiring from a career in human service where I worked with children and families. I bring to my work not only my professional knowledge, but also these many years of experience."
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"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
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"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
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"My approach to therapy is formed according to the individual needs of the client. I work mostly with insight oriented self exploration focusing on understanding the roots of our difficulties so that we can be at our best. I have particular interest in Buddhism, mindfulness/non-duality and the creative arts as paths to self understanding. I am a licensed clinical psychotherapist and have been in practice for over eighteen years. "
(607) 271-6160
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"My approach to therapy is formed according to the individual needs of the client. I work mostly with insight oriented self exploration focusing on understanding the roots of our difficulties so that we can be at our best. I have particular interest in Buddhism, mindfulness/non-duality and the creative arts as paths to self understanding. I am a licensed clinical psychotherapist and have been in practice for over eighteen years. "
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"Stressed, depressed, anxious? Being human isn't easy. Being with other humans can be even more challenging! Sometimes it helps to talk to someone non-judgmental to help sort things out, explore new ground, find a different way to deal with the same old patterns, or know yourself (and a loved one) in a new way. Therapy can take many different forms to suit your needs, anything from short term problem solving to a longer term journey of self discovery and renewal. Let's find out together what you are looking for."
(607) 283-2064
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"Stressed, depressed, anxious? Being human isn't easy. Being with other humans can be even more challenging! Sometimes it helps to talk to someone non-judgmental to help sort things out, explore new ground, find a different way to deal with the same old patterns, or know yourself (and a loved one) in a new way. Therapy can take many different forms to suit your needs, anything from short term problem solving to a longer term journey of self discovery and renewal. Let's find out together what you are looking for."
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"I welcome new clients who are interested in making changes in their lives. I have been a professional psychologist delivering psychotherapy services for 35 years. I individualize my approach to each person and family, drawing from skills learned over the years. My areas of specialty include eating disorders, interpersonal and family relationships, mood disorders, and anxiety issues. I am also a speaker and educator, teaching part-time at Ithaca College and giving workshops and lectures on clinical psychotherapy topics. CBT/DBT for anxiety disorders Family Based Treatment (FBT) Certified Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CEDS)."
(607) 214-2581
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"I welcome new clients who are interested in making changes in their lives. I have been a professional psychologist delivering psychotherapy services for 35 years. I individualize my approach to each person and family, drawing from skills learned over the years. My areas of specialty include eating disorders, interpersonal and family relationships, mood disorders, and anxiety issues. I am also a speaker and educator, teaching part-time at Ithaca College and giving workshops and lectures on clinical psychotherapy topics. CBT/DBT for anxiety disorders Family Based Treatment (FBT) Certified Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CEDS)."
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"Are you experiencing anxiety, depression or confusion? Are you a veteran/and or a military spouse who are experiencing symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)? Do you have feelings and /or behaviors that may be a result of trauma, relationship problems, work or school stress? Collaboratively, we work to identify and resolve your concerns. I work with adults, families, students and the LGBT community - who you are adds dimension to our work together! I am a NY state licensed psychologist in private practice. My cognitive behavioral approach is supplemented with guided imagery, EMDR and/or hypnosis."
(607) 431-8928
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"Are you experiencing anxiety, depression or confusion? Are you a veteran/and or a military spouse who are experiencing symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)? Do you have feelings and /or behaviors that may be a result of trauma, relationship problems, work or school stress? Collaboratively, we work to identify and resolve your concerns. I work with adults, families, students and the LGBT community - who you are adds dimension to our work together! I am a NY state licensed psychologist in private practice. My cognitive behavioral approach is supplemented with guided imagery, EMDR and/or hypnosis."
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"If you want to change thought patterns or behaviors, you may need to work with your body because it too has developed habits that support your cognitive and emotional habits. What distinguishes me as a psychotherapist is the amount of attention I give to the bodily components of mental/emotional habits and the resources I can bring to improve the body-mind connection. In my practice I use EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), IFS (Internal Family Systems), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neurofeedback (direct brain-training), and EFT (tapping to get traumatic memories unstuck)."
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"If you want to change thought patterns or behaviors, you may need to work with your body because it too has developed habits that support your cognitive and emotional habits. What distinguishes me as a psychotherapist is the amount of attention I give to the bodily components of mental/emotional habits and the resources I can bring to improve the body-mind connection. In my practice I use EMDR, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), IFS (Internal Family Systems), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Neurofeedback (direct brain-training), and EFT (tapping to get traumatic memories unstuck)."

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Video Game Addiction in 14850

The current DSM doesn't recognize video game addiction as a diagnosable addiction. But the patterns of behavior can make parenting a kid or teen who's video gaming difficult.

Get help form a therapist in 14850 with a teen or child who's patterns of behavior include:

1) Craving more game time, no matter how much they've already played.
2) Chronic dry eyes.
3) Friends stop calling and coming by to hang out.
4) No shower or change of clothes for days.
5) Gets upset if someone suggests they might have a problem with video games.
6) Rarely leaves the house because they feel like they're missing out on something that might be happening in the video games.
7) Spends entire allowance on video game hardware and software.
8) Lies to parents about how often they play games or video games.
9) Skips doing chores to keep video gaming.
10) When not at the computer, they're irritable and snappy.

For more on video game addiction, see Unplugged - a video game addiction blogout on something that might be happening in the video games.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 14850 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 14850 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 14850 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 14850 or family therapy in 14850.