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American Behavioral Clinics is an outpatient treatment facility that specializes in psychiatric and behavioral health services for children, teens, and adults. As a center of mental health excellence, we continually remove barriers to ensure quick access to the right care for our clients. We empower every individual with the opportunity to receive a full continuum of recovery-oriented and compassionate care that is built around our industry leading experts. Our clinical team delivers specialized treatment for people who suffer from a variety of mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, addiction issues, and more.
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American Behavioral Clinics is an outpatient treatment facility that specializes in psychiatric and behavioral health services for children, teens, and adults. As a center of mental health excellence, we continually remove barriers to ensure quick access to the right care for our clients. We empower every individual with the opportunity to receive a full continuum of recovery-oriented and compassionate care that is built around our industry leading experts. Our clinical team delivers specialized treatment for people who suffer from a variety of mental illnesses, developmental disabilities, addiction issues, and more.
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Nothing is making you more frustrated than feeling as if you are running a marathon to nowhere, not remembering the main reason why you started the race. Losing sight of your goals or being stuck in doubt and fears. Maybe feeling so spread thin that it is not enough of you to feel complete and fulfilled at least in one area. Perhaps the many problems in your relationship make you realize you can no longer recognize you or your partner. Or finding how your past seems to continue affecting your present and throwing you into loops.
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Nothing is making you more frustrated than feeling as if you are running a marathon to nowhere, not remembering the main reason why you started the race. Losing sight of your goals or being stuck in doubt and fears. Maybe feeling so spread thin that it is not enough of you to feel complete and fulfilled at least in one area. Perhaps the many problems in your relationship make you realize you can no longer recognize you or your partner. Or finding how your past seems to continue affecting your present and throwing you into loops.
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Are you ready to live the life you want? I can help tap into a hidden potential that resides within us – whether to heal trauma, gain balance and perspective in life & relationships, or assert yourself as confident and capable. I seek to empower my clients to capitalize on their strengths, improve their lives and become comfortable “in their own skin.” There is a distinct difference between “living” and just “existing.” It will be my pleasure to help you transition from a simple existence to LIVING the life you want. Equally important it is essential that you are as committed to improving your life as I am to enabling you to do so. 
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Are you ready to live the life you want? I can help tap into a hidden potential that resides within us – whether to heal trauma, gain balance and perspective in life & relationships, or assert yourself as confident and capable. I seek to empower my clients to capitalize on their strengths, improve their lives and become comfortable “in their own skin.” There is a distinct difference between “living” and just “existing.” It will be my pleasure to help you transition from a simple existence to LIVING the life you want. Equally important it is essential that you are as committed to improving your life as I am to enabling you to do so. 
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Viktor Fankl said that man can endure any “what” for a good enough “why.” This means that, while emotional or physical suffering can be an immense burden, healing can be obtained through a process of discovery and meaning-making. Another favorite expression of mine is that of Dr. Les Greenberg who says that “feelings move us, but meaning is what we live by.” So, while our emotions are at times confusing and even distasteful to us, they complement our hunger for meaning; emotions fuel us with motivation to undertake the necessary change for growth and healing.
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Viktor Fankl said that man can endure any “what” for a good enough “why.” This means that, while emotional or physical suffering can be an immense burden, healing can be obtained through a process of discovery and meaning-making. Another favorite expression of mine is that of Dr. Les Greenberg who says that “feelings move us, but meaning is what we live by.” So, while our emotions are at times confusing and even distasteful to us, they complement our hunger for meaning; emotions fuel us with motivation to undertake the necessary change for growth and healing.
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At times, life can present unique challenges. Traumatic and stressful events may shatter your sense of security, making you struggle with emotional pain, feel helpless, and disconnection. I believe that everyone has an inner strength to overcome life’s challenges and view psychotherapy as a powerful tool that will help you discover and reconnect with your own inner strengths.
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At times, life can present unique challenges. Traumatic and stressful events may shatter your sense of security, making you struggle with emotional pain, feel helpless, and disconnection. I believe that everyone has an inner strength to overcome life’s challenges and view psychotherapy as a powerful tool that will help you discover and reconnect with your own inner strengths.
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Seeking therapy is a courageous first step towards better understanding how past and current experiences impact individual wellbeing. I believe the most important part of treatment is establishing a trusting client-therapist relationship. I work to build a warm, open environment so you feel safe when sharing difficult thoughts and feelings. There are times in life when our usual coping strategies are not enough and feelings of helplessness and inadequacy can take over. Therapy can help to successfully navigate life's challenges and make positive changes that will contribute to improved feelings of competence in managing relationships, transitions, and other stressors more productively.
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Seeking therapy is a courageous first step towards better understanding how past and current experiences impact individual wellbeing. I believe the most important part of treatment is establishing a trusting client-therapist relationship. I work to build a warm, open environment so you feel safe when sharing difficult thoughts and feelings. There are times in life when our usual coping strategies are not enough and feelings of helplessness and inadequacy can take over. Therapy can help to successfully navigate life's challenges and make positive changes that will contribute to improved feelings of competence in managing relationships, transitions, and other stressors more productively.
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I practice sex therapy, individual therapy, and couples therapy in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I enjoy helping clients ages 13-65 with issues in individual mental health, sex and sexuality, relationships, and family dynamics. Using a sex-positive approach, I help people with sexual concerns or interests including sexual pain, desire and arousal issues, out of control sexual behavior, difficulty with orgasm and ejaculation, recovering healthy sexuality after trauma, polyamory, swinging, kink, gender and orientation discovery, and concerns over pornography usage. Cultural humility and racial justice are very important to me.
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I practice sex therapy, individual therapy, and couples therapy in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I enjoy helping clients ages 13-65 with issues in individual mental health, sex and sexuality, relationships, and family dynamics. Using a sex-positive approach, I help people with sexual concerns or interests including sexual pain, desire and arousal issues, out of control sexual behavior, difficulty with orgasm and ejaculation, recovering healthy sexuality after trauma, polyamory, swinging, kink, gender and orientation discovery, and concerns over pornography usage. Cultural humility and racial justice are very important to me.
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At the Art Therapy House, inc. life changes and transitions are seen as opportunities for personal growth. Uncomfortable situations are seen as invitations for continued development and introspective knowledge and understanding. The act of becoming at peace with life and personal surroundings allows me to live my best life. My constructivist approach lends support for gaining appreciation for things that are working in life, and for the de-construction of things that are not supporting functionality. As with any restoration, there are portions of the psyche that can be refurbished and resurrected and there are portions to let go.
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At the Art Therapy House, inc. life changes and transitions are seen as opportunities for personal growth. Uncomfortable situations are seen as invitations for continued development and introspective knowledge and understanding. The act of becoming at peace with life and personal surroundings allows me to live my best life. My constructivist approach lends support for gaining appreciation for things that are working in life, and for the de-construction of things that are not supporting functionality. As with any restoration, there are portions of the psyche that can be refurbished and resurrected and there are portions to let go.
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Phil Martinez works with people who have been deeply wounded on emotional, spiritual and physical levels. His capacity for empathy, extensive clinical pastoral training, and his relationship skills serve as an excellent tool in God's hands.
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Phil Martinez works with people who have been deeply wounded on emotional, spiritual and physical levels. His capacity for empathy, extensive clinical pastoral training, and his relationship skills serve as an excellent tool in God's hands.
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I am a compassionate individual who believes in the resiliency and potential of the human spirit. As a nurse and psychotherapist, I have knowledge and skills in providing psychotherapy and working closely with adolescents, adults, and seniors from diverse cultures with complex mental and physical issues. As a therapist, I seek to create a safe, comfortable, accepting, professional, environment that promotes trust and openness to healing and self-discovery.
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I am a compassionate individual who believes in the resiliency and potential of the human spirit. As a nurse and psychotherapist, I have knowledge and skills in providing psychotherapy and working closely with adolescents, adults, and seniors from diverse cultures with complex mental and physical issues. As a therapist, I seek to create a safe, comfortable, accepting, professional, environment that promotes trust and openness to healing and self-discovery.
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My name is Dr. LaToya K. Williams and I have been working as a mental health professional for the past 18 years. As a Forensic Psychologist, I have been hired by judges who want to gain an understanding of my client's clinical concerns before making a decision about a civil or criminal sanction. I work with the perpetrators of sex offenses (among other types of violent crimes). I also work with the victims of said crimes. Many people have dealt with difficult situations (such as abuse and trauma), and many want the therapeutic help to overcome these challenges.
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My name is Dr. LaToya K. Williams and I have been working as a mental health professional for the past 18 years. As a Forensic Psychologist, I have been hired by judges who want to gain an understanding of my client's clinical concerns before making a decision about a civil or criminal sanction. I work with the perpetrators of sex offenses (among other types of violent crimes). I also work with the victims of said crimes. Many people have dealt with difficult situations (such as abuse and trauma), and many want the therapeutic help to overcome these challenges.
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WHAT IS NEUROFEEDBACK??During a neurofeedback session, one or more brainwaves are measured. These brainwaves vary in speed and can be trained to slower or faster waves. Positive values of these brainwaves are rewarded with audiovisual feedback such as a video, music or a game. By using brainwaves as real-time feedback, people can learn to become aware of usually unconscious processes, thereby allowing them to self-regulate physiological processes in order to modulate their brain. During a neurofeedback session real-time audiovisual feedback is provided based on normalized values.
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WHAT IS NEUROFEEDBACK??During a neurofeedback session, one or more brainwaves are measured. These brainwaves vary in speed and can be trained to slower or faster waves. Positive values of these brainwaves are rewarded with audiovisual feedback such as a video, music or a game. By using brainwaves as real-time feedback, people can learn to become aware of usually unconscious processes, thereby allowing them to self-regulate physiological processes in order to modulate their brain. During a neurofeedback session real-time audiovisual feedback is provided based on normalized values.
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Do you miss the closeness you once had? Are the pressures of Covid-19 stressing your relationships? Afraid divorce may be on the horizon? I can help you regain a close loving relationship. Learn how to resolve conflicts peacefully and effectively, even when strong emotions are involved.
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Do you miss the closeness you once had? Are the pressures of Covid-19 stressing your relationships? Afraid divorce may be on the horizon? I can help you regain a close loving relationship. Learn how to resolve conflicts peacefully and effectively, even when strong emotions are involved.
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Are you feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with life, work, or your important relationships? Someone who listens deeply, respectfully, and with understanding can help build solutions and create room to breathe. Sincere listening, safety, trust, and discretion are at the heart of my practice. I use various collaborative, strength-based, client-centered approaches to understand and address your concerns through perspective gained from my counseling masters degree, a two-year post graduate marriage and family therapy program, and my former professional life as a practicing attorney. Your needs and goals ground every approach.
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Are you feeling overwhelmed or frustrated with life, work, or your important relationships? Someone who listens deeply, respectfully, and with understanding can help build solutions and create room to breathe. Sincere listening, safety, trust, and discretion are at the heart of my practice. I use various collaborative, strength-based, client-centered approaches to understand and address your concerns through perspective gained from my counseling masters degree, a two-year post graduate marriage and family therapy program, and my former professional life as a practicing attorney. Your needs and goals ground every approach.
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My approach is person-centered and collaborative. I focus on the particular wants and needs of the client, for their particular situation. My specialties and/or areas of interest include : depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, relationships, and career decision-making.
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My approach is person-centered and collaborative. I focus on the particular wants and needs of the client, for their particular situation. My specialties and/or areas of interest include : depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, relationships, and career decision-making.
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As a clinical psychologist I strive to provide a transformative experience that not only resolves the symptoms and issues that brought you to treatment, but also develops deeper insight and awareness that promotes lasting change. I work to collaborate with you to develop a plan for continued growth that reflects your life-long plans, goals, and unmet needs. To that end, I strive to facilitate an experience for you of change in those aspects of your life that are most meaningful to you, including your inner world, relationships, spiritual beliefs, work life and world views.
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As a clinical psychologist I strive to provide a transformative experience that not only resolves the symptoms and issues that brought you to treatment, but also develops deeper insight and awareness that promotes lasting change. I work to collaborate with you to develop a plan for continued growth that reflects your life-long plans, goals, and unmet needs. To that end, I strive to facilitate an experience for you of change in those aspects of your life that are most meaningful to you, including your inner world, relationships, spiritual beliefs, work life and world views.
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Are you worried about your children? Do you feel like your relationship is off track and you can't seem to change it? Sometimes it takes an objective point of view to see things more clearly. That's where I come in. I can help with your children's issues whether your 3 year old is hitting or not listening, your middle schooler is not performing well at school, your teenager is engaging in self harm or substance abuse and everything in between.
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Are you worried about your children? Do you feel like your relationship is off track and you can't seem to change it? Sometimes it takes an objective point of view to see things more clearly. That's where I come in. I can help with your children's issues whether your 3 year old is hitting or not listening, your middle schooler is not performing well at school, your teenager is engaging in self harm or substance abuse and everything in between.
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I specialize in the field of behavioral sleep medicine. I work exclusively with those who have sleep problems. I offer cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia, a treatment recommended by groups such as the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. I also work with people who have chronic nightmares or difficulty adjusting to their PAP treatment for sleep apnea. Some of my patients have problems with their circadian rhythm. For example, they struggle with shift work, or they are extreme "night owls" and have difficulty getting up for work or school.
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I specialize in the field of behavioral sleep medicine. I work exclusively with those who have sleep problems. I offer cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia, a treatment recommended by groups such as the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. I also work with people who have chronic nightmares or difficulty adjusting to their PAP treatment for sleep apnea. Some of my patients have problems with their circadian rhythm. For example, they struggle with shift work, or they are extreme "night owls" and have difficulty getting up for work or school.
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I am a licensed psychologist with 30+ years experience in the counseling profession. My approach is collaborative, strength-based, solution-focused, and research-evidence-based. I have worked in a variety of settings (outpatient, hospitals, and universities) as clinician, researcher, and educator. I have had the privilege to work with many people (children, adolescents, adults) to develop coping skills or to resolve a variety of challenging and often seemingly-overwhelming issues that so many of us face throughout our lives. The first step to any change is - HOPE. There is help for you and your loved ones - please reach out.
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I am a licensed psychologist with 30+ years experience in the counseling profession. My approach is collaborative, strength-based, solution-focused, and research-evidence-based. I have worked in a variety of settings (outpatient, hospitals, and universities) as clinician, researcher, and educator. I have had the privilege to work with many people (children, adolescents, adults) to develop coping skills or to resolve a variety of challenging and often seemingly-overwhelming issues that so many of us face throughout our lives. The first step to any change is - HOPE. There is help for you and your loved ones - please reach out.
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My passion is helping people with DEPRESSION. I want my patients to feel empowered because their symptoms leave them feeling powerless. One of my most important roles as a psychiatrist is to instill hope for my patients. Depression is treatable, and with TMS therapy, we have even more options for patients who have struggled.
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My passion is helping people with DEPRESSION. I want my patients to feel empowered because their symptoms leave them feeling powerless. One of my most important roles as a psychiatrist is to instill hope for my patients. Depression is treatable, and with TMS therapy, we have even more options for patients who have struggled.

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