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"Life throws a lot at us every day. Over time stressors build up, especially in our busy lives. Maybe you are having relationship problems with your spouse or partner and you don't know what to do. Maybe your teenager is doing poorly in school, acting out, or even using drugs. Perhaps you are struggling with depression, anxiety or your spirituality.Life can be overwhelming. Whatever the problem- relief is in your reach. I want to help you reclaim your life, your family, and a healthy future."
"I serve children, teens, and adults to find balance and wholeness. In particular, I specialize in working with teens and their families who suffer from anxiety and trauma-related symptoms by providing a strength-based approach. In addition, I serve adults who struggle with substance-use disorders, anxiety, depression, and symptoms of trauma. I provide a gentle, supportive, and direct presence that is geared to supporting you to your fullest potential."
"Courageous Dialogue has launched every journey of discovery, every moment of insight and occasion of healing..."
""Believe in yourself and you can do unbelievable things." Depression, anxiety, marital issues or having a child/adolescent with behavioral issues can be exhausting. My focus in counseling is to provide a supportive environment which allows individuals to accomplish their goals and learn to believe in themselves."
"I provide child and family therapy and psychological assessment services to children and adolescents. With every family, it is my goal to provide a warm, supportive environment so that you and your child feel comfortable discussing and working on challenging issues. I also conduct psycho-educational assessments with children and adolescents. These assessments are useful when a child is having problems in school or there is concern for how he or she is learning. The evaluation can be instrumental in providing diagnostic clarity, determining an individual's cognitive strengths and weaknesses, and formulating recommendations for educational and/or treatment planning."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
" - Therapy can help us move beyond emotional or behavioral problems. It is an effective tool that can help find relief from feelings of emotional pain, trauma, depression, anxiety, or life's stressors. But most importantly it can also provide growth in a positive direction to improve one's life for the better."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
"Whether you've been in therapy before or are taking the first step toward a more fulfilling future, I'm glad you've made the decision to make the time for therapy and enhance the quality of your life. When clients are motivated to look at their lives and patterns or relationships that may benefit from examination they will get the most out of the therapy process. Therapy is a commitment to yourself and one well worth taking on."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
"I'm a licensed Clinical therapist who has been working in the field for 7 plus years in various therapeutic roles. I have a great deal of experience working with teenagers, families, and adults, particularly involving addictions, trauma, and areas of concern specific to the LGBTQ population. My specialty includes, but is not limited to working with addicts and those in recovery themselves, as well as helping families work through the issues surrounding addiction. This often involves in depth treatment of issues such as codependency, enabling, abuse, and other dysfunctional behavioral patterns which are found in alcoholic or addictive households."
"I have been working within a medical pediatric practice for the duration of my career, and as a result see a number of children and adolescents. Treatment with this population generally focuses on developmental, behavioral, academic, social, and family issues. I also see a number of adults on an outpatient basis and greatly value this aspect of my practice as well. Anxiety, depression, loss, and relationship issues are the primary focus of my work with adults, adolescents, and children."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, MSW, LCSW-C, LCADC
"It is my strong belief that all individuals have the resources required to make positive change-people are capable of change once they know what they want or need. For over 30 years, it has been my job as a therapist to assist clients in discovering just that. My extensive training has prepared me to facilitate therepeutic change in a safe, respectful manner. The techniques I use are specifically designed to expedite life changes. I work with clients dealing with a multitude of issues including abuse, trauma, mood disorders, phobias, chemical dependency, and extra-marital affairs."
"Hello! Thanks for taking the time to search for a great therapist! Well look no further I am here. (smile) The process of therapy can be very rewarding for those who are ready to take that journey and do the "work" that is necessary to find fulfillment and freedom. I congratulate you on taking this first step and I am excited to accompany you on your journey of self-exploration and healing. Feel free to check out my blog(click WEBSITE on the left of your screen) for more information about my practice."
"Hello!! I am so happy that you are visiting my profile. Reaching out requires a lot of courage so I congratulate you on taking the first step :-). I work with individuals, couples, and families in multiple areas which include: trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, women's issues, grief/loss, spiritual issues, and relationship conflicts."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
"Life is full of ups and downs. Sometimes we feel overwhelmed, stuck or lose a sense of control in our lives. Other times we start to feel a sense of hopelessness or feelings of anxiety that can be paralyzing. You might be noticing your child is having difficulty controlling and expressing negative feelings. Maybe you have noticed a change in behavior or mood in your adolescent and you are concerned about destructive behaviors such as skin cutting, alcohol and drug use, or unhealthy relationships."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
"I believe that every individual brings distinctive strengths to every situation. Often times, our strengths become buried as we struggle to cope with everyday life. Working together I would like to help as you highlight those strengths and build on them; eventually finding the courage to uncover yourself and your self-worth. It is always my priority to provide a safe and supportive environment encouraging self-expression through a variety of approaches."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-C
"Is your child or teenager dealing with intense emotions like anxiety, anger or sadness? Are you tired of frequent family arguments? Is your family going through stressfull changes like divorce or loss of a loved one? When children don't have a way to process their internal struggles they often act out or withdraw. Children and teenagers see the world in a different way and face different struggles than adults. I am a licensed clinical social worker and specialize in working with children, teenagers and their families. I tailor sessions to address my clients' specific needs and to achieve their goals."
"There are times when life throws us a curve ball or presents us with obstacles that cause us to feel a mixture of emotions. These emotions may leave us feeling confused or lacking control in our lives. Maybe you are dealing with anxiety stemming from occupational stress, relationships, or other elements out of your control. Or perhaps your child or teenager is showing signs of depression and hopelessness, or defiance resulting in frustration or violent behavior. No matter what challenges you are facing, there is no need to go through them alone and I would like to help you work through these challenges."
Counselor, LCPC, NCC, MDiv, MS
"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Loyola University in Baltimore, a Masters of Divinity from the Howard University School of Divinity; and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Morgan State University. My approach to counseling integrates Biblical principles and the major theories and principles of counseling psychology theories. As we develop a collaborative relationship, my goal is to help you explore your true potential and to better understand and resolve life challenges. With many years of experience working with families, adolescents and adults, I have an excellent reputation for being a "good listener"."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-C
"I apologize, but I am not currently accepting new patients. It is a priority that I have the time and availability to work with those I see and to exceed the current volume would not allow me to do so. I want to work with individuals or families who are not living the lives they want to live because of addiction, chronic pain, or mental health issues. I do not believe therapy needs to be a somber or gut-wrenching experience, but it can be uncomfortable. This does not mean it can not also be invigorating and pleasant."
"Taking the first step towards finding a counselor can be difficult, and I believe those who seek help show strength and resourcefulness. My passion is to assist clients with not only improving their lives, but also the lenses from which life situations are viewed. I strive to help clients change the things in life which will increase peace and happiness, while fostering feelings of empowerment and self-reliance in areas which are unchangeable. I encourage clients to lower distress by building the power to embrace the present moment and expanding the capacity to engage in daily life."
"I work with adults addressing depression, adjustment disorders, anger, anxiety, grief, relationship and self esteem issues. First and most important priority is to help clients address the issue and relieve the pain that brought them to therapy. A longer term goal is to help clients obtain a higher level of satisfaction with the quality of their life. A significant part of therapy is to give a storehouse of resources and tools with which to deal with negative events - both past and future. This includes assisting client find meaning or the unique purpose for which God created them."