Deep Soulful Love is a website dedicated to helping women with their relationships and enable them to create and sustain long lasting, soul-fulfilling relationship with the man of their dreams.
To provide the best possible advice and insights, we have collaborated with a number of leading experts from different fields. In this website, you will have access to articles, advice columns, interviews and other free resources from a number of experts, life coaches, best selling authors, consultants, therapists and psychologists.
Below are some of the experts featured in our website.
I have wanted to be a therapist since I was a young child. My career started in accounting – yes, accounting – but after some time as a CPA for a public accounting firm, I realized I was in the wrong place. Flash forward approximately ten years, I am now able to pursue my life’s purpose of helping people. My life journey and family system has definitely helped bring me to this point, but many of my clients talk about how they appreciate the nonjudgmental support I provide. I believe that this is one of the things that sometimes sets me apart from other providers. I find great joy in helping clients gain insight and develop the skills and confidence to use their innate strengths to create a more fulfilling life.
My areas of interest and expertise include working with people who experience anxiety, depression, family of origin issues, attachment and parenting challenges, maternal mental health, communication difficulties, and relationship issues. I enjoy working with adult individuals (age 19+) and couples.
Dr. Alisa Ruby Bash knows that the Psychotherapeutic relationship heals. When embarking on this life-changing journey, it is imperative that the chemistry between therapist and client is right.
Dr. Bash has been featured regularly in the media for her expertise in Singles- related issues, and has a monthly column focusing on single parent dating issues in Los Angeles Family Magazine.
She also has contributed to the books, “The AARP Crash Course in Career Changes”, and “The Portable Marriage Counselor” and has been interviewed on the radio station V100, 100.3 FM regarding single parent dating issues. Dr. Bash works with adults, teens and couples in her Beverly Hills private practice.
Dr. Bash’s patients get positive results and break old patterns in a nurturing supportive environment.
Dr. Bash specializes in: singles issues, grief, breakups, anxiety, depression, addictions, abusive relationships, divorce, couples counseling, teens, eating disorders, spiritual issues, career- counseling, post-partum depression, infertility issues, and procrastination.
Allison Cohen, M.A., MFT is a licensed psychotherapist, with over 13 years experience working with individuals, couples and families. Allison maintains private practices in both Beverly Hills, CA and Tarzana, CA.
My specialty is in working with smart, motivated couples and individuals battling the challenges of daily living; the day to day struggles that everyone encounters at some point in their lives – life transitions, anxiety, sadness, hopelessness, low self esteem and confidence, lack of communication skills, loss of intimacy and general couples issues. I work to provide solutions, relief from these struggles and help you to be excited about the life you’re living!
I began my career in 2003, and have had a private practice for 10 years. I am currently a Full time Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Field Education for Sacred Heart University’s Social Work Department.
I received my Bachelor in Social Work from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, and a Master in Social Work from Fordham University in New York, NY, where I have also worked as an adjunct professor, remote supervisor & faculty adviser.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (#006955) in the state of Connecticut, as well as a Certified School Social Worker in Connecticut, and have my SIFI certification, allowing me to supervise students in a Masters level Social Work Program and professionals working toward licensure, and am a member of both NASW and WPATH.
Amanda is a trained Life Coach and holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling. As a recovering risk-avoiding-scaredy-cat, she is passionate about empowering women to live and love boldly. Amanda shares her inspiration through personal coaching, corporate training, workshops, and international retreats. She particularly loves working with women in the areas of career growth, dating/relationships and overall self-confidence.
I love working with young adults to find their passion in life, remove blocks that are keeping them from being their most awesome self and learn to live a life they have always dreamed.
I practice therapy in a beautiful and comfortable office in Wellington, Florida at my own private practice called Caring Therapists of Broward and Caring Therapists of Palm Beach. I’m a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional and National Certified Counselor. I’ve been a therapist for 10 years and absolutely love what I do. I’ve worked with teenagers overcome addictions, young adults go off to college and become successful, and young adults overcome depression and anxiety. I have helped couple’s save their marriages and relationships.
For more than two decades I have been working in the helping field, inspiring others to live their best life. I have worked with individuals, couples, and single women and men struggling with personal and professional issues that have kept them from the happiness and joy they deserve.
I am the co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 and Yes, 60! as well as the Dating Rescue ecourse, Create Your Ideal Relationship Kit for women and Mastering the Challenges of Dating: A Success Formula for Men.
In addition, I founded Your Baby Boomers’ Network as a resource for boomers to transition through midlife using the healthiest, most effective coping skills. As a Boomer myself, I am aware of the special issues boomers face and am committed to helping others reinvent themselves and reach their ideal goals.
Dr. Wood is highly skilled at drawing out the best in people. As a human psychology expert, she is aware that past experiences shape people. However, she believes we can accomplish more by putting energy into moving forward rather than endlessly processing.
Dr. Wood is straightforward and conversational in her approach, often using humor in her work. She is particularly skilled at helping people envision clear futures for themselves and cut through the clutter to find the best route to peace of mind. Her focus is always on the positive, and she encourages acceptance of the repeated falling down and getting back up that is usually part of lasting change. Clients describe her as easy to talk with, able to simplify complicated concepts, a person who “tells it like it is.”
I help individuals with a variety of presenting problems, namely coping with life stressors. I graduated from Johns Hopkins University before starting my doctoral work in an APA-accredited program at La Sale University. I was awarded a federally-funded post-doctoral research fellowship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey prior to launching my practice. I am trained in cognitive-behavioral and acceptance-based therapies. If you are in need of help coping with anxiety, depression, chronic illness and/or the stress of daily life–as there are many–contact me today.
As a marriage therapist – or couples therapist, as I also see many couples (including same-sex couples) who are not married in the traditional sense – I work with couples in all areas of couples therapy: premarital counseling (a type of couples therapy with an emphasis on preparation for marriage or a committed partnership), relationship support (traditional couples therapy), infidelity/affair recovery (couples therapy with a focus on managing the aftermath of an affair), Discernment Counseling for Couples (couples therapy for couples in which one partner is “leaning in” to the relationship and one is “leaning out”), and divorce (or relationship closure) therapy.
As an enhancement to my couples therapy work, I also have extensive training and experience in the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, family conflict and insomnia, and would welcome the opportunity to work with you on any of these issues.
Dr. Coffey offers couples therapy for partners of all ages and sexual orientations. She is comfortable working with partners who may or may not be married, who are deciding whether they are well-suited as long-term partners, and with partners who might need to separate or end their relationship. Dr. Coffey encourages her clients to bring in their children for sessions to discuss a separation or a re-blending of their family.
As her clients, she expects you to be ready to express yourselves and explore anything that comes into the therapy room.
Andrea Mathews is a psychotherapist, a writer and a speaker whose unique brand of doing all three brings one central focus: Authenticity. For example, her consultations and executive coaching efforts assist upper managers with Authentic Leadership, and her Effective Communication presentations teach participants how to communicate from the Authentic Self.
Her inspirational and motivational topics all direct participants to their own authenticity, so that they may find inner wings and learn to fly. Her books teach readers how to live authentically from both a psychological and spiritual base, and in her Psychotherapy practice she assists her clients in finding and living the Authentic Self.
Dr. Angela Roman Clack (LPC#37PC000323700) is a licensed psychotherapist, doctorally-trained clinician and owner of Clack Associates, LLC, a private practice outpatient counseling agency in Southern New Jersey. She has been working in the mental health field for more than 25 years. Dr. Clack earned her doctorate in 2002 with a degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Clack is known for her ability to teach, supervise, coach, and provide training in various areas pertaining to children, youth, and their families. Because of her training and teaching abilities, Dr. Clack has made a massive impact in her community by reducing the stigma of people of color who seek mental health treatment.
I have been a clinical psychologist in practice for over 25 years helping people make positive changes in all areas of their life, without getting overwhelmed: learning how to improve mental health, handle stress better, and enjoy life more.
I enjoy helping people learn how to connect better with their partners, resolve conflicts without causing damage, and be more in love for a lifetime.
Teaching people how to grow their own self-esteem and treat themselves as if they matter is one of the best parts of my job.
And though it doesn’t sound very clinical, I often help people get in touch with their own unique place in the Universe and guide them to make use of healthy spiritual practices to help them through the traumas and tragedies of life.
Dr. April Minatrea is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Certified Professional Coach with more than 10 years of experience helping people find happiness and peace of mind.
Dr. Minatrea maintains a small practice in order to deliver optimum quality of care, being fully present and offering each client her personal attention. She also seeks to model the self-care and work/life balance that so many of us are trying to achieve.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Addictions Counselor with experience working with men, women and couples. I’m absolutely fascinated with how people change. Not just the quick fix, crash diet or band aid approach- but making the long term positive sustainable changes they have longed for!
I love supporting people to break free of addiction, find relief from anxiety and stress, manage life’s transitions, and experience healing in their relationships by breaking the negative cycle they have been stuck in.
Ashley Davene is a mystic, energy reader, spiritual & relationship counselor. Personal Trainer for the Soul. Author of “Art of Love” & Pink & Blue A Love Story, currently in the works.
“A Personal Trainer for the soul” she will push you past your comfort zones into a space where you can expand to live your highest and best life. Specializing in love & relationships Ashley was dubbed “The Love Goddess” for the amount of successful matches she has helped to facilitate as well as the number of people she has assisted with removing the blocks that have kept them from experiencing true love.
My experience and background as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a Board-Certified Coach, a Certified Relationship Coach for Singles and Couples, an Author and a Speaker, enhances my ability to work with a variety of client needs. As it relates to women and their relationships, I use non-traditional methods to accelerate them in creating a life and relationship that is in harmony and alignment with who they are at their core as individuals.
In addition to helping women work through their personal and relationship challenges, I too have worked through many of my own as an individual, while maintaining who I am in a long-term relationship with my husband of over four decades.
As a coach, I create a better world by teaching people to live intentionally so that you can get more done in less time and feel better about yourself. My experience has shown me that when people live and work intentionally, they are happier, more productive, and live life more gracefully and peacefully. I have been working with entrepreneurs and business owners, executives, and people like you to help you reconnect with your values, vision, and passion in life, which brings the results you want to see in your businesses and your life. I empower you to explore your dreams and motivations, which allows you to become more effective at accomplishing your personal and professional goals.
I have worked in the mental health field for almost twenty years — with abused children, families, couples, women with addictions, women leaving violent relationships, and aging adults with dementia. I was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco, North Africa, and can speak other languages.
Bianka Hardin, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and owner of Centered Therapy Chicago, LLC. Dr. Hardin founded CTC in 2014 with the mission to help children, adolescents, and adults improve their mental health and quality of life. Dr. Hardin provides individual, couples, and family therapy as well as supervision and consultation services. She also presents in the community on issues related to parenting, child abuse prevention, self-care, mindfulness, trauma stewardship, and cultural issues.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice with two locations in Southern California: West Los Angeles and Sherman Oaks.
As a trauma specialist, I work from a trauma-informed, postmodern philosophy. I incorporate emerging concepts from neuroscience, attachment theory, mindfulness, and somatic methods, including EMDR, to promote full mind/body recovery. Many clients report that they experience enduring “stuckness.” Stuckness has many faces and may include persistent depression and anxiety, extreme emotional dysregulation (mood swings), crisis and trauma, difficult life transitions, issues of aging, and relationship concerns. Together, we will specifically address the complexities that manifest as a result of particularly difficult experiences (past or present) or the effects of everyday stress. Additionally, I work with those who are struggling with, or recovering from, various forms of self-destruction or self-harm (such as addiction and substance abuse, impulsivity, eating and body image disorders, isolation, cutting, etc.).
I have been practicing as a therapist since 2004, and I approach counseling as a collaboration intended to streamline your self-understanding and fulfillment of personal needs. My focus of study for my master’s degree was Anorexia and I recently completed my doctorate in business administration, with a focus on organizational leadership.
Brooke is the Founder and Director of Creative Kinections and Creative Kinections Institute. She holds a Master’s in Drama Therapy from New York University. Brooke received a certificate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Executive Program for Social Impact and Strategy, where she serves as a teaching fellow. Brooke is a licensed creative arts therapist, registered drama therapist, and a board certified trainer of Drama Therapy.
She has fifteen years of experience working with individuals of all ages with a specialization with children and those who may struggle with autism, depression, anxiety, trauma, various forms of abuse, women, girls, and parents. Brooke served several years as the Coordinator and team supervisor of a research-based creative arts therapy program for children exposed to family violence.
I am probably not your stereotypical therapist. I believe my clients would describe me as personable, interactive, and fun. I find that even though some of the things we talk about can be very painful and difficult, there is still some humor and lightheartedness in our sessions. My clients are fun, intuitive, and awesome people who are feeling stuck and want to make some changes in their life and relationships.
I love working with couples and individuals who are feeling stressed about what to do with their relationships. Whether you want to see me individually or with your significant other, my goal is to help you overcome communication barriers and any obstacles that are getting in the way.
Brynn Cicippio is a licensed marriage and family therapy with an advanced certification as an alcohol and drug counselor. She has over ten years of clinical experience working with individuals and families impacted by addiction. When working with clients, Brynn places high value on the relationships that impact a person’s life. She understands the unfortunate long term consequences of unhealthy and addicted relationships… and she has witnessed healing time and time again.
It doesn’t matter if you are a fifty year old who was raised in an alcoholic home, a 30 something spouse married to an addict, or a successful adult who can’t believe they can’t stop drinking, there is hope. Change is not for someday. Change can happen today.
I enjoy helping clients navigate issues related to sexual functioning and desire within the context of individuals and relationships. I work from a systemic perspective with people from all relationship styles and identities. My work is collaborative, and I strive to promote opportunities for positive change in the lives of those I encounter. In addition I am a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator and can work with couples as the begin to grow their lives together.
I’m a therapist in private practice in West Los Angeles, where I treat adults and adolescents who are seeking guidance in improving their relationships and overall quality of life. The main scope of my practice is recovery from narcissistic abuse, anxiety reduction and assertive training.
I also offer Relationship Coaching services by phone after working as a Relationship Advisor in 2015-2017 for Relationup, an app that offered instant relationship advice via chat. As a popular advisor with a 5 star rating and over 200 positive reviews, I became inspired to start my own nationwide relationship coaching service.
I work with children age 6 and above, adolescents, and individuals or families. I enjoy working with couples. In the past I’ve had some success helping couples recover after an affair. I also have had success working with adolescents around self-injury and self-destructive behaviors. I also like working with adult survivors of childhood abuse. I’ve had positive feedback from clients, and I’m confident I can make a positive difference in your life.
A longtime Denver therapist, Dr. Carrie McCrudden has been working in the therapy field for over 20 years. While she specializes in anxiety and trauma, Dr. Carrie is equally dedicated to helping people win over tough problems like depression, mood disorders and other life challenges. She provides therapy services for both individuals and families.
Dr. Carrie received her Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado, her Masters in Counseling from the University of Denver and her Bachelors in History, emphasis in Latin American Studies, from the University of Virginia. She has specific training in treating trauma and PTSD with a special type of therapy called EMDR. In addition, she seeks out research and information about mental health, behavior change, habits, relationships and other areas essential to a great life.
Professionally, I have a B.A. in English and German, a Master’s in Counseling and a Ph.D. in Family Social Science. Currently I work doing research to help people quit smoking and I teach a number of different classes in the social sciences and in a Marriage and Family Therapy program.
I worked with kids for a number of years and took a number of classes and did internships related to children and mental health. I’ve also worked with adults helping them with things like depression and anxiety and other life issues.
Connie holds a B.A. in International Relations from the University of California-Davis (1983) and a M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Vermont College (1985). One of the original six Master Teachers for The Gottman Institute, Connie has also offered clinical consultation to clinicians in four countries.
She developed a one-day workshop for couples called The Mindful Couple, which she offered twice a year in Seattle, Bellingham, WA and Victoria, BC until 2014. A founding co-presenter of the Art and Science of Love Workshop in Chicago, sponsored by Chicago’s Best Couples Workshop, Connie has also co-presented the Deepening the Gottman Method Workshop in Seattle. She is also a contributing author to The Marriage Clinic Casebook.
Operating out of Aspen, Colorado, I am an eclectic psychotherapist and use a variety of counseling approaches that best suit your needs. I am a licensed and nationally certified Mental Health Counselor, certified hypnotherapist, integrative life enhancement coach, author, public speaker and seminar facilitator.
Yes, I have degrees, too: a master’s in Counseling Psychology from Sam Houston State University and a doctorate degree in Education from Nova University.
One of my joys is being a certified Integrative Life Coach. I use the Brainstyles System, based on the books BrainStyles and BrainStyles for Lovers, authored by Marlane Miller. Brainstyles helps you to focus on your core gifts and strengths that you were born with. My specialty includes assisting my clients to raise their level of consciousness and increase their vibration to walk along their path to personal growth and enhancement.
For 20 years, I have been a licensed and board certified counselor in the State of Florida. Now, I am fortunate to be a Licensed Professional Counselor providing therapeutic services in the Saint Louis, Missouri area as well. As a Qualified Supervisor, I have guided and supported unlicensed counselors, hopefully preparing them not only to pass the Licensure test, but also to become knowledgeable and empathic therapists themselves.
I spent many years working as a field therapist where counseling was provided in homes and schools. For several years, I was the Executive Director of a local mental health agency where I supervised operations, accreditations, approximately 75 therapist interns and all of their cases!! I realized, however, that I missed the one-on-one with the clients and decided to open a private practice.
Dana Hall practices a blend of researched-based clinical orientations to enrich her holistic approach to psychotherapy such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Emotion Focused Therapy, ACT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Family Systems Theory- which are adjusted & tailored to fit each client’s needs and goals.
Her specialties include but are not limited to: Mood Disorders (Depression/Anxiety/Bi-Polar), Addiction, Gender Dysphoria, Trauma, Life Transitions, Couples Counseling, Family Conflict, and acting out behaviors.
I am a licensed Professional Counselor practicing in the Knoxville area of Tennessee. I spent four years in the U.S. Army in the area of military intelligence. While in the Army, I got my bachelors degree in Psychology from Chaminade University in Hawaii. Upon honorable discharge from the military I moved to Florida and attended the University of South Florida where I successfully completed my masters degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling with a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy.
I understand that our need for secure connection is wired in us and when we can’t feel connected in our most important relationships, it causes great distress. If it seems you are arguing over petty things, or feel distant and withdrawn, if your sexual connection isn’t what it used to be or you are feeling like roommates, we can help create the safety needed to explore the underlying issues at the core so you can experience a loving, secure bond with one another.
A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Dan started his private practice in 1973 in Walnut Creek, California, and retired from private practice in 2018. He co-founded the Relationship Counseling Center of Walnut Creek in 1974.
Dan is currently an instructor at Los Medanos College, Pittsburg, California where he teaches Psychology of Human Sexuality. He has also been a faculty member at J.F.K. University, California State University East Bay, and Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.
I studied and worked in Europe and the US, in a career that has spanned over three decades and two continents. I studied at the University of Torino, Italy, and at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford in England. I moved to the US where I completed my doctoral studies at Wayne State University and completed my training in Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute in Michigan. I lived and practiced in Michigan for many years before moving to Arizona, where I now reside and work.
The experiences I gained from my studies in different countries nurtured and strengthened my discipline and love of knowledge of the human mind, as well as my appreciation of the many ways in which different cultures affect and shape our beliefs, behaviors and emotions. From my many years of studying and practicing as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist I have achieved an ever deepening understanding of the human journey, with all its suffering, challenges and rewards, as well as an appreciation for the human ability to be resourceful and resilient.
I believe relationships provide opportunities to grow, to understand ourselves and see those aspects within us that require healing. I offer hope and encouragement to my clients that are going through hard times and I teach them tools to better navigate through those difficulties.
I love the work I do as a therapist. Although I specialize in relationship counseling for individuals, I also support clients who are grieving losses, having challenges with anxiety or depression or struggling with spirituality. I offer a safe space where clients feel seen, heard, respected and supported.
Diana Lang is a spiritual teacher, counselor and the director/owner of LifeWorks Center for Growth in Los Angeles, California. She has been teaching meditation and yoga since 1980 and conducts seminars in the United States and internationally on meditation, body awareness, stress reduction, and relationship development.
Diana has studied spiritual teachings from around the world and is able to easily explain abstract ideas in a way that is easy to understand. Her studies of meditation, yoga and many other related disciplines, including extensive training in esoteric studies and world religions, have given her a unique perspective that allows for an open-minded, love-centered approach to spirituality. She has also worked in conjunction with traditional and alternative health care professionals as a consultant, lecturer and trainer. Her innate ability to see disharmony in the body/mind/spirit has resulted in simple and effective solutions towards living a healthier and happier life.
Deborah Cox is a licensed psychologist, writer, certified EMDR therapist, and artist at Beyond Studio, in historic downtown Springfield, Missouri. Deborah is certified in Tapping (EFT), trained in Reiki, and uses Performance EMDR methods to coach musicians, writers, and students.
She holds the Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Texas Woman’s University, and board certification in couple and family psychology from the American Academy of Couple and Family Psychology. Former Vice President for Practice of the Society for Family Psychology of the APA, Deborah is former editor of The Family Psychologist. She also holds college and university research awards for her study of women’s anger at Missouri State University and she co-authored The Anger Advantage.
My name Is Denise Davis and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). I have 15 years of counseling experience. I have always known that I wanted to be a therapist because I love to help people reach their goals, and beyond! My role as your therapist is to help you find your way and to stand beside you through your journey. Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety, abuse or any other problem, there can be a happy ending to your story. Or as I like to say, a new beginning of great things to come your way!
Throughout my years of experience, I have used several types of therapy approaches but the 2 that I like the best are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). When it is all said and done it might appear more eclectic where I may bring in other approaches depending on the situation, but CBT and DBT tend to work with most situations and I have seen the most success with these therapeutic styles.
My specialties include women’s issues, mood disorders, relationship issues and substance abuse. Most of my experience has been with adults, which is the area I feel most comfortable and that I can do my best work.
Ebony is a caring, compassionate, and understanding clinician. She utilizes a holistic perspective, with the belief that healthy mind, body, and spirit are essential to achieving total wellness. Ebony serves as a collaborative partner, and allows each client to be the “expert” of their own life. Ebony developed a passion for helping others as an adolescent, and has continued along that path.
She has over 10 years of experience in the social services field, and has worked with various populations. Ebony is most fulfilled by helping clients identify their strengths, clarify goals, and make positive changes. She maintains a nonjudgmental and optimistic attitude, while valuing the diversity of others.
As a clinical psychologist, I provide psychotherapy and consultation services to men and women, adolescents and adults. I am also a Registered Yoga Teacher with specialized training and certification in yoga integrated psychotherapy for people with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and/or trauma. I completed my predoctoral, postdoctoral, and advanced postdoctoral fellowships at the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, CT.
Since 1999, I have been in private practice in Canton, MA. I have taught psychology courses at several colleges; presented at professional conferences on the topics of eating disorders, body image, and sexuality; and published in professional journals. I have been the featured guest on radio and television programs as well as on a variety of blogs. I am referenced in a documentary about the dieting industry and published a chapter in a college text book on the psychological effects of women’s pursuit of beauty. I have been a sought after speaker on a variety of topics.
I am the founder of A Better Life Therapy in Philadelphia, PA where I work with individuals and couples to improve their relationships. I have a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and have been trained to Level 3 in the Gottman Method. I also train and supervise new therapists seeking their licenses in the counseling field.
Using the Gottman Method, I will help you to improve intimacy, increase affection, resolve conflict, and improve understanding with your partner in new ways that create lasting change. I really believe in the Gottman Method and the skills that it teaches couples. As a mom and wife, I’ve seen these skills enhance my own relationships.
My faith in the therapeutic process is founded in the belief that we each have the ability to access more of what can provide comfort and clarity in our lives. Intention, curiosity and a devotion to a greater happiness are the basic tools needed to kindle profound change. Experiencing “stuck-ness,” repetitive negative patterns, self-doubt, loss and fear can make common obstacles seem insurmountable, and cloud the path to our hopes for the future. With a non-judgmental and alert presence, the vague often becomes lucid, and confusion can give way to acceptance and understanding—with ourselves and towards others.
My interest is in simplicity of being, and in cultivating what we do that is of service, while looking with a spirit of inquiry at whatʼs not working. What is the relationship of form to function in our lives, and how can we manifest a more purposeful design? It is my most sincere hope that I can aid in supporting a natural awareness that is the key to living a fulfilled expression of our own authenticity, integrity and joy.
I specialize in life transitions, relationships, loss, identity, sexuality, creativity, fear, anxiety, spirituality and existential isolation. My work is with couples and individuals, with the collaborative goal of helping you find more effective ways to be happy, and tapping your existing resources to weather the ever-shifting currents of life.
My name is Dr. Ella Dixon. I prefer my clients to call me Dr. Ella. I am a licensed professional therapist with supervisor designation. I help clients find solutions to problems. I primarily specialize with integrating solution focused psychotherapy along with coaching to address a variety of issues working with Individuals and couples.
I have been in the service field for 20 plus years beginning my career as a Health Educator specializing in Community Health. I have worked with people of all ages in various capacities. I entered the counseling field in 2001. My clinical experience involved counseling Individuals, couples, and families with social, behavioral, and emotional issues; dual diagnosed with substance abuse disorders; co-facilitated group counseling for dual diagnosed with substance abuse disorders; facilitated counseling groups and psycho-education groups. I have gained extensive knowledge through many years of training.
My practice has evolved into being focused on female populations, as I have found that I especially enjoy the unique energy and investment women put into this amazing work, and seeing them reap the rewards of their efforts. I work with women ages 18 and up struggling with the obstacles, challenges, pain, and uncertainties that are the nature of life – whatever those may look like. I see my therapeutic role as offering reflection, unconditional support, guidance, a fresh perspective, a sense of humor, and gentle challenges to the beliefs and thought patterns that may be hindering your pursuit of the life you want.
I strive to meet my clients wherever they are cognitively and emotionally, and am comfortable adjusting my approach throughout therapy to meet their ever-evolving needs. I recognize the strengths and internal resources my clients bring into therapy, and help them continue to build on those in order to empower them to navigate life’s present and future challenges.
I work with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, stress management, body image, and substance abuse.
I am committed to providing clinical care while implementing a relational approach focusing on strengths to work towards your goals. I want to take your desires and goals and make them feel tangible to you as we work together towards wholeness.
I am relationally focused and work from where you are coming from. I want to meet you where you are and walk alongside you to get to where you want to go.
Heather Gaedt, Psy.D. has had extensive experience working with the elite. She has had a variety of clinical and managerial experience at centers such as: Betty Ford Center, UCLA Staff and Faculty Counseling Center and Michael’s House Treatment Center in Palm Springs, CA.
Dr. Gaedt has great joy for her profession and has worked therapeutically with individuals, couples and families for several years. She has been a light in the darkness for many of her clients’ life journeys.
She provides a safe, warm, nurturing and confidential setting with empathetic feedback and unconditional support. In every therapeutic relationship she is able to help every individual find what is true in his/her core.
Heather Gillam, MS, NCC, LMFTA is a licensed marriage and family therapist associate working towards full licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy in the state of Indiana. She is an Independent Contractor at Dunn Associates, P.C. providing Individual Counseling, Marital/Relationship Counseling, Pre-marital counseling, and Sex Therapy.
Heather graduated in 2017 with Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy from Capella University. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Social Philosophy from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Heather is a member of Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology, Chi Sigma Iota: Counseling Academic & Professional Honor Society International, Delta Kappa: The International Marriage & Family Therapy Honor Society, and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She is also a Board Certified Counselor through the NBCC as a Nationally Certified Counselor.
Holli Kenley is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a California State Licensed Teacher. She holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child. Holli Kenley currently works in the field of psychology as an author, speaker, and workshop presenter. Through her gentle but powerful informative and restorative approach, Holli engages clinical and lay audiences, empowering them with strategies to embrace well and whole ways of being.
Holli has been a six time peer presenter at the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists’ Annual State Conferences and a featured or keynote speaker at college level clinical programs, state and national advocacy organizations, and educational institutions speaking on the topics of betrayal, cyber bullying, screen dependence, the power of self-worth, relapse, and sexual abuse recovery. Holli has been a guest on over 100 podcasts as well as on Arizona TV speaking on issues of wellness. Prior to and during her career as a therapist, Holli taught for thirty years in public education.
I offer counseling services for individuals, couples and families. I am client centered in my approach. Every person and every situation is different. I value people’s experiences and strengths. I like to build on what is working and evaluate what is not working. I often develop ways of coping with problems that worked for us in the past, except those ways of coping are no longer working in the present and something needs to shift or change.
Therapy offers a safe place to express one’s fears and worries. Change is not easy and it can be stressful if we do not have the tools to manage the emotional turmoil it can bring. Even the most subtle change can bring about a significant result. Therapy offers a safe place to process feelings and explore ways to challenge ourselves and grow.
I am an interactive and collaborative cognitive behavioral therapist. My therapeutic approach is to provide spirituality, support, and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
My name is Isabel Hundt and today, I am known as the “The Leader’s Heart Decoder” and Founder of the #ISeeUMovement which is focused on shattering cultural barriers and engaging in cultural transformation globally through emotional awareness. I am a successful Inspirational speaker, sociologist, a certified Transformation Coach who works with Highly Sensitive Visionaries and World Changers aka Empath-Warriors™, published Author of my book The Power of Faith-Driven Success – A Journey toward Living Your Dream by 30, 2x Amazon Best Selling Co-Author and Emotions Clearing Practitioner.
I’m a Bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor Psychologist. (Virginia Professional License #0701004872 Exp. 06/30/2020) with more than 12 years in the counseling field. I believe, my own personal journey, professional intuition and extensive training in counseling are the main skills I possess as a counselor psychologist. Therefore, I work with individuals, couples, families and groups from different backgrounds and situations. So, my main focus is to provide long term changes. Moreover, I like to help people not only to solve problems but to have more fulfilling lives.
In my private practice, located in the Denver Tech Center area, I work with couples and individuals ages 18 and up. In couples therapy I do pre-marital work, couples transitioning into parenthood, and couples caught in vicious cycles of communication and behavior that cause breakdown and disconnection. In Individual therapy, I work with mood and anxiety disorders related to pregnancy and postpartum, loss, termination, struggles with infertility, and grief. I also work with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, codependency, addiction, adult ADHD, trauma, relationship issues, body image, life transitions, and sports psychology.
My approach when working with individuals and couples is one of support, education and collaboration. My goal is for my clients to come out of therapy with a positive experience of the therapeutic process and feel empowered to live their lives authentically.
Jacqueline Duke, Psy.D., LLC is a private mental health practice offering therapy for individuals and families including adults, adolescents, and children. Complete and partial psychological assessments are offered for clients as young as 12 months, as well as adult evaluations.
Since 2005, Dr. Duke has provided psychotherapy for clients of all-ages in a variety of clinical settings across the Chicagoland area. Her previous work settings include: inpatient psychiatric hospitals, outpatient behavioral health hospitals, community mental health centers, substance abuse support teams, state forensic centers, and therapeutic day schools.
Known to millions as “Dr. Love” through my website AskDrLove.com — the web’s first and immensely popular relationship advice site since 1995, I’ve been delighting readers and audiences for three decades with my engaging blend of professional expertise, humor and ability to turn clinical psychobabble into easy-to-understand concepts that transform lives and heal relationships. I hold a Ph.D. in Psychology and have been working with individuals and couples for over three decades.
My “Ask Dr. Love” radio show can be heard on WMEX 1510 AM and over DreamVisions7 Radio Network, which broadcasts in 80 countries worldwide.
Dr. JaNaè Taylor is a Licensed Professional Counselor, who holds licenses in both Virginia and Georgia. As a graduate of Tuskegee University and the University of Georgia, she holds a Master’s degree in Community Counseling and a Doctorate in Counseling Psychology.
Dr. Taylor has worked with clients in a variety of settings, ranging from pediatric hospitals, juvenile justice systems, living assisted facilities, women’s homeless shelters, community mental health agencies, school and college counseling centers. She works with a wide range of mental and behavioral issues including chronic pain, anxiety, depression, anger and trauma. The life issues people face are also an important part of her practice: healthy relationships, race-based offenses, cultural identity development, gender identity development, aging, social and diversity issues. She is committed to serving people of diverse ethnic backgrounds and providing culturally sensitive services.
Jennifer Musselman is a Change & Growth Strategist with a Masters degree in Psychology. She is an emotional intelligence expert and accomplished executive coach. Following her own successful navigation to create the life she wanted, she ditched her day job as a successful MTV Networks’ corporate executive to facilitate personal, professional and organizational development for others. Her offices are located in Los Angeles and San Francisco where she helps individuals flourish in life, and works with CEOs and companies to cultivate clarity, harmony and success through people, execution and strategy. She is a three-time self-help book published author and adjunct professor at USC and formerly Pepperdine University.
Jennifer is a self-love coach, writer, teacher, and a student of A Course in Miracles. She is the creator of Ignite Love from Within: Meditations for Creating Relationships and a Life Filled with Love. Jennifer Twardowski is the founder of JenniferTwardowski.com, where her blog reaches over 100,000 views in 180 countries annually. Through her coaching and weekly blogs, she helps women improve their relationships with themselves, so that they can create lives filled with joy, love, support, and fulfillment. Jennifer has been featured in Cosmopolitan magazine, The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, BeliefNet, TinyBuddha, Elephant Journal, and more.
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and Registered Play Therapist. My experience has been in both outpatient and inpatient mental health and substance abuse settings. In addition, I have experience providing services in the home and school settings. I have clinical experience counseling children, adolescents and adults providing individual, group, family and couples counseling. My experience has allowed me to work with a variety of issues and disorders such as mood disorders, anxiety, suicidal ideation/self-harm, anger management, domestic and teen violence issues, addiction, trauma, abuse/neglect, behavioral disorders and much more.
Over the years, I have worked closely with various providers consisting of physicians, psychiatrists, teachers, behavior specialists, case managers, judges, and lawyers in Volusia, Seminole and Orange County. I work with individuals of various ages, races, genders, ethnic groups, sexual orientations, cultural and religious backgrounds.
As a licensed mental health counselor I make it my mission to support and empower my clients in reaching goals that are important to them. We all have the ability to heal ourselves and at especially challenging times need guidance and assistance in doing so. I take a compassionate yet direct approach to help people identify practical solutions to life’s challenges. My therapeutic repertoire allows me to draw from various modalities to best meet the needs of each individual client.
Throughout my training I have worked in inpatient and outpatient settings, residential treatment programs, in-home therapy, and private practice. This has provided me with invaluable training in areas such as bereavement, oncology, eating disorders, dual diagnosis, infant/child mental health, relationship challenges, sexuality, and self-esteem. In addition to traditional therapy I prefer to take a holistic approach. Your emotional, physical, and mental health are all related.
I am trauma-informed and trained as a cognitive behavioral clinician and can help you develop a more positive outlook and change the way you structure your life. I am a licensed clinical social worker which means I have received my master’s degree in social work and am licensed by the states of Nevada and California to provide counseling to individuals, couples, and families. I have over 18 years of experience in the social work field and have been providing counseling services in Henderson since 2013.
I have over 10 years of experience working with children and adolescents in academic, non-academic, and clinical settings. My passion and drive for teaching and guiding our youth has always been at the forefront of my practice. My clinical experience includes working with children in their homes, foster homes, shelters, and schools. This has allowed me to value and appreciate the phrase “It takes a village.” We can influence positive change when important figures in our children’s lives work together.
I believe successful therapy starts with the relationship. By building a genuine relationship I hope to better understand your present day perspective and where you’d like to be in your life. From there we figure out what motivates you. I want to help identify the obstacles in your way to make the adjustments you need to feel in control of your world and to experience more happiness. My work with youth and adults has been truly inspiring and I have witnessed tremendous growth and empowerment through healing from within.
I have been a psychotherapist in the Bay Area since 1996, and have had a private practice in Marin County since 2006. Some areas of focus in my work have been substance abuse and addiction prevention and treatment, working with children and teenagers, family therapy, and treatment of trauma. It is rare that I work with someone who has not been touched by some form of addiction or trauma, and my clients have greatly benefitted from learning how family addiction and traumatic experiences affect them in their relationships, in their work, and in their everyday lives.
Prior to becoming a therapist, I worked as a director of Programs for people with disabilities and underserved populations where I encouraged young people to realize their strengths while living with a disability, living below poverty level, and coming from refugee and immigrant families.
Joanna Hakimi has been in practice for 15 years. She completed her graduate training at Northwestern University, where she received a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. Prior to graduate school, Joanna received her Bachelor’s degree from The University of Georgia in Speech Communications. During her graduate training, Joanna saw individuals, couples and families in the Bette D. Harris Family Clinic at The Family Institute. Joanna also has completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training, which effectively enhances her practice with mindfulness based tools.
Are you feeling lonely, not listened to, and belittled by someone who used to adore you, with conversations consisting of either bickering or no conversation at all, and as hard as you try, you just can’t seem to figure out where it all went wrong? If this sounds like you, you are not alone. I can help you find the love that somehow got lost along the way. I specialize in helping couples find their way back to each other by facilitating the mastery of skills that lead to validation, respect and enhancement of your relationship.
Working with couples has taught me that no one exists in a vacuum and the difficulties being experienced are usually being influenced by those in one’s environment. I have seen incredible courage from couples who have bravely faced their pain and transformed their relationships into loving, caring partnerships.
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist who loves helping people find their spark, fight their blocks, and get excited about their lives and relationships.
I offer psychotherapy, sex therapy, and specialized groups and courses to help my clients achieve their goals. I use an integrative approach tailored to their specific needs. I specialize in PTSD, domestic violence, sexual abuse, LGBTQI issues, sexuality issues, intimacy issues, mood and anxiety disorders, and parent child relationships.
Judy provides general psychotherapy and marriage counseling focusing on couples in conflict, bi-cultural and bi-traditional couples, and blended families. Judith is a clinical member of AAMFT, the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut.
Judith Beebe’s practice includes clients with diverse relationship histories; traditional and non-traditional couples and family groups; people of all religious faith traditions, or with no faith perspective, as well as people from all ethnic and socioeconomic groups.
I am a counselor offering services in individual therapy, teen therapy and online counseling.
I bring empathy, wisdom and personal experience to offer you insight and hope. I have training in conflict resolution and communication strategies, plus years of implementing those in my own life. It is not easy, but anything valuable and life changing is worth the effort.
I help individuals, couples and families overcome life’s difficulties. I tap into my own resources to help you grow in the face of challenge. I help increase awareness into patterns that are your strengths and identify patterns that may be holding you back in your life. I help you gain new perspectives to broaden your horizon and to seek solutions.
I offer a holding space for your pain, confusion, sadness and curiosity. I bring a sense of deep compassion and understanding. I am nonjudgmental because I acknowledge the universal experience of our pain and suffering. I want to help you utilize life challenges as an opportunity for growth and help you achieve your potential for a life well-lived.
Julie Ferman is the Founder and CEO of LA’s most well-respected, professional matchmaking agency, providing personal introductions and dating coaching services in Southern CA since 2001. Size matters. Julie has privately registered over 30,000 professional single men and relationship-oriented single women, transforming Me to We, with over 1,200 success story couples to her credit. She’s also the four-time winner of iDate’s International Best Matchmaker Award.
Julie knows what it is to be frustrated and daunted by the elusive search for love. For years she was part of the vast mate-less community, and aggravated enough to develop her own ‘strategic marketing plan’, which led her to Gil, her husband of 12 years.
Julie Kurtz is the Founder and CEO at the Center for Optimal Brain Integration. She is an author, therapist, national speaker and expert consulting and training internationally on trauma and social-emotional resilience. She has over 30 years of experience working with youth who have experienced trauma and toxic stress – in group homes, psychiatric facilities, residential treatment programs, foster care, refugee programs, early childhood, clinically as a therapist and K-12 educational settings.
I am a relationship therapist and a Marriage counselor with a masters degree in social work and a doctorate in consulting psychology. In the 1970s, I became involved in the early movement of family therapy, identifying myself as a family therapist.
Over these 40+ years I have incorporated a number of other ways to help individuals, couples, and families, such as Unique Retreats for Women and for Single Women and Weekend Retreats for Adult Siblings. I have published hundreds of articles and more than eight books about relationships in general and for marriage, adult siblings, and single women. I have also spoken both nationally and internationally on these same topics.
Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, M.Ed., is a licensed psychotherapist, motivational speaker and international author who has specialized in the field of compulsive, emotional and restrictive eating for more than 30 years. She received a B.A. from Boston University, an M.Ed. from Antioch College and an M.S.W. from Simmons College School of Social Work. She lives, teaches and practices in Sarasota, Florida.
She is a co-founder of the Greater Boston Collaborative for Body Image and Eating Disorders and a former member of the Professional Advisory Committee of the Multi-service Eating Disorder Association of Massachusetts.
‘ve been in private practice as a psychotherapist since 1988. My training is in psychoanalysis and Self Psychology. I am very successful in helping men and women with a wide array of problems including depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, family or relationship problems, lack of self-esteem, creative blocks. I also do mediation for separation and divorce.
I’m Karen Thacker. I have been on my own journey toward change since 2005. I have a Master’s Degree in Counseling, own a private counseling practice and have attended many hours of my own therapy, coaching, and process groups; I am committed to my growth.
Everything I teach my clients, I have tested in the real world: my life. If it doesn’t work, I don’t recommend it. If it does, I shout it from the mountain tops. Few of us got good solid training on how to process our thoughts and emotions, and effectively function in relationships. It’s no wonder we end up frustrated and sometimes miserable.
Karla Downing, the founder of ChangeMyRelationship.com, offers Christian marriage help and Christian relationship help as a speaker, author, counselor, and Bible study teacher. Karla grew up in a dysfunctional family and then found herself struggling with Christian codependency in her own difficult marriage. Through her personal struggles, she discovered biblical and practical principles, which she now teaches to others.
She also trains counselors, pastors, women’s ministry leaders, church leaders, small-group leaders, non-profit ministry leaders, and individuals to minister to Christians in difficult relationships. Karla’s passion is to see individuals, marriages, and families set free from the chains of dysfunction, misunderstanding, and emotional pain through a correct understanding of what the Bible teaches about relationships.
My name is Karla Lawrence, founder of Grow Joy and multi-passionate artist, writer, healer and teacher. My mission is to help compassionate women and soulful introverts create and grow joy in their lives by learning how to prioritize their self-care.
Through counseling, coaching, creative journal writing, & mindfulness practices, I help individuals learn to know, like, and trust themselves unconditionally; without guilt.
Karleen is a genuinely sensitive and understanding counsellor with a light-hearted attitude, committed to personal growth and awareness with a person-centred, integrated approach. She understands the fear to take emotional risks into uncharted territory and will help you to open up and feel comfortable in a safe, warm and loving environment.
To provide a more in depth and personal experience, and so that each client is the focus throughout the unique life-journey together, Karleen keeps her client base small. When you choose Karleen, you accept an invitation to experience support that will guide you away from feelings of helplessness, frustration and the struggles that accompany feeling “stuck” and fearful.
Kate R Kelly is an experienced, licensed Mental Health Professional based in Colorado Springs, CO. As a skilled trauma recovery specialist I can help you achieve peace from past events, relief from anxiety or depression, and improvement in your relationships with others. I offer a tailored treatment approach specific to your needs and am skilled in CBT, EMDR, and hypnosis.
Katherine T. Kelly, Ph.D., M.S.P.H. is a licensed psychologist in her own psychotherapy and consulting practice in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She has received specialized training from the Mind-Body Medical Institute of Harvard University, and has been trained in various holistic, natural health, and spiritual methods of healing.
With 28+ years of direct clinical experience, Dr. Kelly doesn’t just believe in helping others to heal; instead, her mission is to help them to evolve. Using her own integrative framework—the Soul Health Model—Dr. Kelly approaches her work with clients from a psycho-spiritual perspective. She provides a uniquely progressive, yet down-to-earth approach to healing and is well-known in both the therapeutic and medical communities. She thrives as she helps clients to reach what she calls conscious evolution through a variety of self-designed methods.
Katherine Woodworth is a mental health therapist working with individuals, couples, and family therapy. She specializes in lessening the effects of trauma and breaking the cycle of addiction. She maintains a private practice in Benton, AR.
She has been a licensed therapist since 2006. Among her areas of experience are vocational services, relational issues, family discord, ADD/ADHD, acting out children, anxiety, depression, and life transitions.
I specialize in working with adults and adolescents who suffer from anxiety, low self esteem and perfectionism. Many individuals come to see me if they are struggling with codependency, have lost their identity and have difficulty setting boundaries in their relationships.
I have over 25 years experience in the mental health, counseling and psychotherapy fields, and since 1991, have worked as a psychotherapist in both the public and private sectors. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University and my Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Wright State University. I’ve been in private practice in Phoenix since 1999 working with individuals dealing with personal and family issues, relationship issues, and major life transitions, such as separation or divorce.
Kelli is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Colorado. Kelli obtained her Bachelors degree in Sociology at University of Colorado- Denver in 2004 and her Masters of Social Work at Newman University- Colorado Springs in 2009, focusing school and family counseling. In addition to owning Kelli Korn Counseling, LLC since 2011, Kelli’s social work experience includes 7 years as a K-12 school social worker, and higher education experience as an Adjunct Faculty member and Field Liaison for the MSW program at Newman University and Simmons College of Social Work.
She enjoys helping people and finds her career as therapist and business owner extremely rewarding.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in individual therapy for adolescents and teens, young adults, adults and couples therapy. In an environment of warmth, where genuineness is valued, I will affirm your strengths and challenge you to use them. Confusion, and even despair, is an opportunity to explore new ways of seeing oneself and new ways to relate to others. I have helped many individuals and couples work through difficult issues to achieve greater personal fulfillment and more satisfying relationships.
Dr. Schinke earned her doctorate of psychology degree from Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship at South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center in Miami, Florida, and her post-doctoral training with Forensic Health Services in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Schinke has been in practice since 2006.
In her clinical practice, Dr. Schinke employs a collaborative, mindful and value-driven approach to psychotherapy with teens and adults. She has experience working with individuals, couples and groups providing help with concerns such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, trauma, stress management and grief. In addition, she has training in marriage and family counseling.
I am a holistic psychotherapist with 15 years experience working with individuals. I tend to think outside the box and use a gentle engaged, interactive, collaborative, and creative approach. I work with people to better understand their relationships. Not only in relationship with partners and family members, but also their relationship to their own body, thoughts, stress, and Self. I aim to help you feel more confident and comfortable in your own skin. Through integrating the mind and body, I help you feel more authentic, engaged in and content with life, fully embodied in daily activities, sexually satisfied and empowered.
In addition to being a psychotherapist, I am also a certified sex therapist. Sex therapy sessions are similar to those conducted with other counselors – sex therapy is talk therapy. As a sex therapist, I bring extensive training beyond the basic psychotherapy to address the highly personal psychological, physical and emotional issues around sexual concerns. My specialized training makes it possible to view things holistically and evaluate a multitude of concerns, along with medical, emotional, cultural, and lifestyle factors to guide you to better sexual health and satisfaction.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with training and over 12 years of experience in Cognitive-Behavioral, Client-Centered, and Solution-Focused Therapy. My therapy is built on a cornerstone of a warm and supportive approach with each individual, family, or couple and the specific challenge being faced.
My goal is to help each of my clients feel confident and strong in their emotional health. Those who can achieve and maintain emotional health are better able to reach goals, learn their true potential, and live a balanced and fulfilling life. Even those who are emotionally healthy experience challenges in life – those sudden, unexpected events that seem to throw life off course. Whether it is a traumatic experience, a loss of a loved one, a stressful situation, a life transition, or something else, my extensive experience can help you through the challenge being faced and leave you feeling more content and confident.
Kirsten Person-Ramey is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in individual, couples and family therapy, as well as a provider of Continuing Education for other providers who work within the community. She works with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are juvenile delinquency and other conduct issues among teenagers, healthy family preservation, and parenting issues. As a mother of four daughters, she brings nurturing and understanding to her work. She received her Doctorate of Education from Argosy University.
I provide services for couples issues, intimacy, depression/anxiety, grief, sexual issues, infidelity, parenting, abuse/trauma, and stress management.
My approach to couples and individual therapy employs a “differentiation” model. I also incorporate Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and mindfulness-awareness methods to treat trauma and developmental wounds. I am currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients.
I am a licensed clinical social worker. I have a Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland and a BA from The American University. I interned with very skilled psychotherapists during my graduate program and then participated in clinical supervision intensive with a group of experienced trauma therapists for two years post-graduate school in Washington DC, & Baltimore, Md. I have worked for over 15 years helping individuals, couples, groups and families reach their goals and heal from many of life’s difficulties.
My passion is bringing to light the hidden elements that are impairing progress and harmony and sorting out together strategies and coping skills that will create the life my client desires. It is with respect and gratitude that I do this work, and when I can help someone find their true self, often hidden under past harms or faulty belief patterns, I feel very fulfilled.
Kristen Brown is a Relationship Healing and Self-Worth Recovery life coach, Author and Speaker. Her deep desire to help others reach their full potential blossomed in adolescence and later became her life’s work after she experienced a profound betrayal that catalyzed a major internal transformation of her self-worth.
Kristen Brown’s neutrality and non-judgment can be felt by anyone who has ever shared space with her. She has been called the “real deal” by many of her clients as she is unabashedly open about her experiences, follies, mistakes and history.
Kristen Brown was raised in Scottsdale, Arizona where she continues to reside with her husband and three awesome children. She calls the solid relationship she has with her husband “the gift and result of my healing”.
I am a California licensed marriage and family therapist and anxiety treatment expert. My specialization is in anxiety treatment. I understand the ways that anxiety, stress, worry and negative thinking can impact life and relationships. Also, I know how the right changes can open doors to a higher quality of life. My expertise is in guiding adults and teens who struggle with anything from occasional worry and stress, to crippling panic, OCD, eating disorders, or major depression.
Kristy Labardee is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has dedicated the last 10+ years helping others effectively manage their emotional and psychological well-being with the goal of increasing personal happiness and professional success. Kristy’s practice utilizes self-acceptance as a catalyst to achieve lifelong success. Utilizing specific techniques and strategies, Kristy helps clients create lasting shifts at the essential core level to enhance their personal and professional performance and wellbeing.
Kristy is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidenced-based treatment approach. She is dedicated to working with individuals experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.
A message from Kristy: Life can be difficult. Anxiety, depression, anger, and loneliness are common reasons for beginning therapy. In every difficult situation lies the potential for growth. Learning to live an authentic life defined by your own integrity is the path to genuine happiness, health, and success. Therapy can be a tool to help you achieve that.
My name is Laura Pryor and I am passionate about helping you find more joy and peace in your daily living. I offer supportive, collaborative care in an environment based on mutual respect—I find over and over that by using a variety of powerful tools in this setting, my clients are able to explore personal goals, improve relationships and better understand themselves.
I serve individuals, couples and families looking for help with depression, anxiety, trauma (including sexual assault and intimate partner violence), self-harming, suicide ideation and chemical dependency.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years experience in the healing arts. I have many years of experience with working with individual adults, teens, children, families and couples from a variety of backgrounds in a variety of settings. I currently work with clients in my private practice; in-person, on the phone or on-line.
I have a passion for working with anyone (parents, teens, families, or adults) who has even the slightest desire to grow, change something in their life, increase their self-awareness, improve their relationship, or receive support with getting through a stressful change or life transition.
I am a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist focused on providing individual, family and couples counseling services, and have been in private practice since 2001. I specialize in couples issues, including premarital counseling, infidelity, infertility, and communication improvement; I also work a great deal with anxiety issues, both in couples and individually. My multi-location practice includes five additional associates who are caring and talented therapists, and who specialize in a variety of areas, including family and couples work, adolescents and tween issues, and anxiety, depression and relationship challenges.
My name is Lauren Trecosta. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor & Life Coach. I work with clients online through one-to-one weekly sessions. My passion, purpose, and path is to help you become the hero in your life.
A direct and compassionate mirror, I reflect the power, beauty, and possibility of who you are – as well as how you stand in the way of your own becoming. You are a powerful, valuable, and essential being. My commitment is to resolutely stand for you and the vision you have for your life. In the process, you’ll learn how to stand for yourself as well as create the beliefs, habits, and change necessary to live into your vision. When you make an unequivocal stand for you, your life, and your vision, positive effects ripple through your life, your family, community, and the world.
Lisa Bahar is licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed professional clinical counselor and is a confirmed doctoral candidate for Pepperdine University’s Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Change,Cohort 2020. Lisa Bahar provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families and specializes in treating addiction, mood and personality disorders.
Lisa Bahar specializes in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and works to provide clients the most comprehensive care based on their clinical needs and goals.
Loral Lee is a psychologist who offers intuitive and transpersonal life coaching. She is also an expressive arts therapist, hypnotherapist, artist, musician, and author. She has lived in 8 states, as well as Costa Rica and southern Mexico, exposing her to diverse cultures and lifestyles. Her passion is awakening women to their inner beauty, power, and wisdom, helping them find peace and discover their unique life purpose(s). She is a lifelong student and loves sharing what she learns with others in order to enhance their overall quality of life.
“Relationships are the essence of our lives. Nothing else provides more meaning or more pleasure than deeply connecting with the people we love. I learned that the hard way. My passion for the work Bob and I do comes from the difficulties I faced as a child when my parents divorced.
I believe many of the important lessons we learn come from the pain we experience. Putting that wisdom to work gives our struggle purpose. My life’s work has been devoted to helping individuals and couples create meaningful and strong relationships.
I actively work with clients to find practical ways to improve their connection, develop productive communication skills, manage conflict, find forgiveness, and grow deeper empathy and compassion.”
Leslyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Maryland – essentially, they are the same thing but they’re called by different names in different states. She also holds the designation of National Certified Counselor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master’s of Arts in Mental Health Counseling.
While she works with a variety of mental health issues, more than half of her practice is devoted to relationship counseling and communication difficulties. Personal growth and development is also a specialty; helping people live more authentic lives through self-discovery and introspection.
As a Mindful Wellness Coach and Speaker, I specialize in programs that engage and inspire seniors to age mindfully and embrace that stranger in the mirror.
I have a great passion for helping others accomplish their goals. Most of the formal positions I’ve held and the volunteer work I’ve done have allowed me to coach others. I have an extensive and diverse life and work experience to bring to each workshop and coaching session.
Lisa is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Pennsylvania, and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of New York. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree after studying psychology, photography, philosophy and Buddhism. She considers herself extremely privileged to have also spent a year studying photography at the Glasgow School of Art.
Lisa received her Master of Arts and Master of Education Degrees in Counseling Psychology from Teacher’s College, Columbia University with an emphasis on multiculturalism and client centered counseling. She is a Certified Cognitive Remediation Specialist, and a Certified Holistic Health Coach after training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she gained extensive knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and preventive health. As a clinician Lisa constantly works to educate herself about new and effective ways to help clients achieve their goals.
Lyndsey Fraser is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and Certified Sex Therapist (CST) providing individual couples and family therapy. Her areas of speciality are relationships and sexuality. She maintains a private practice in South Minneapolis, Minnesota
Lyndsey has over five years experience as a marriage and family therapist working with individuals, couples, and families. She is a graduate of St. Mary’s University specializing in systemic therapy. She is currently serving as private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are couples therapy, internet addictions, internet infidelity, and sexual concerns (low sexual desire, compulsivity, bisexuality, and dysfunction). As well as being a private practioner she also provides presentations and writes articles in her areas of speciality. She has presented for several conferences and graduate school courses.
My career as a licensed psychotherapist, master certified coach and mentor has grown out of a gift of intuition – which I’ve been aware of since childhood – and a natural inclination for using that gift to help empower others.
Guiding and coaching feel as adventurous to me as the way I have lived my life. Born in New York City, I took European trips in my youth and have lived in England, France and New Mexico in the United States. I believe that the boldness and confidence I have gained through taking risks and expanding boundaries have contributed to my personal and professional successes, and I love seeing the joy in my clients when they find the courage to challenge themselves and transform their lives.
As a licensed marriage and family therapy for many years, I have specialized in working with clients who have a borderline or narcissistic parent or spouse. I have also been a long-time Adjunct Faculty member with Regis University in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and at California State University in Sacramento, California, as well as the former Director and Intern Supervisor for Threshold Educational and Counseling Services.
I have worked for many years with clients who grew up with a mentally ill parent and those who take on a caretaking role with a borderline or narcissistic family member. I now do phone consultations with callers from all over the country who have questions about a current or former relationship with someone who has BPD or NPD.
I love what I do. I feel privileged to help people become happier and healthier in a short period of time. But it was a journey to get to this place of efficacy in my practice. In 1994, I graduated from a traditional program and received a Master’s in Counseling Psychology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. I trained in systems family therapy, group, couples and individual therapy. I went to work and discovered that classical talk therapy is a slow process that can provide some relief, but it also can exacerbate symptoms by fueling old neural pathways and habit patterns. This was not the kind of work I wanted to do.
In 2005, I began studying meditation and mindfulness attending 10-day and 30-day meditation retreats annually. I developed a dedicated, daily meditation practice and now teach for Mindfulness Meditation Centers. I longed to bring these skills to my counseling as I personally understood the effectiveness of this training. In 2013, I completed training with the Institute for Advanced Study- Mindfulness Rational Living which successfully merged my passion with my work.
My orientation is cognitive and behavioral (CBT). I’m a caring compassionate listener and also actively engage with clients to elicit thoughts, feelings, and strategies for healing. My specialties include eating disorders, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, couples, family issues, parenting, teens, and children nine and older. My therapy approach is directive and problem-solving while encouraging self-acceptance and compassion. I believe that everyone is capable of change at his or her own rate and comfort level. I help my clients eliminate self-critical thinking that too often sabotages their happiness and their relationships.
I enjoy actively helping people explore issues, understand their deeper emotions, and find ways to improve their relationships and their lives. We work together in ways that often produce more light-heartedness as we build awareness, confidence and self-acceptance.
I am a relationship counsellor and former family lawyer based in Melbourne who specialises in helping couples and individuals with all aspects of conflict and relationship wellbeing.
I listen to you to help identify the blocks that get in the way of you feeling more ease. Using these highly successful methods which integrate the latest research and teaching of mind-body wisdom you grow in your capacity to cope, manage and indeed thrive in your life. Clients who have experienced the benefits of SE and EFT report feeling more of a felt sense of safety and satisfaction in life. By learning to mobilise their innate life force and drive for healing and learning a new way of relating to self and other, they develop skills that lead to enhanced health and well being. By identifying the stuck places in patterns of intimate relationships they can more easily move towards greater closeness and connection.
I hold an ongoing professional interest in the latest developments in neuroscience and links to mindfulness techniques, in which I have practiced for over 15 years.
Marla Martenson is a professional Beverly Hills matchmaker and the author of three memoirs, Diary of a Beverly Hills Matchmaker,Hearts On The Line and The Buddha Made Me Do It:A Field Guide To EnLITEnment. Marla is also a Reiki/Crystal healer, and hosts a show on YouTube called, Conversations With Cupid. She has appeared on countless radio and TV shows including the Today Show, WGN Chicago Morning News, San Diego Living, Beyond Belief with George Noory, Urban Rush and Better TV. Marla lives in Los Angeles with her husband, composer, Adolfo Jon Alexi.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who brings empathy, humor, and warmth to my collaborative work with clients. I offer strength-based counseling for couples, individuals and families who are looking to find greater purpose, a sense of direction, and increased joy in their lives. I believe that a connection with a therapist who is the right fit for you can truly help transform your life. My approach focuses on finding and building upon your unique strengths to help with challenges you might be facing.
As an Imago Relationship Therapist, I have been trained and certified through the Institute for Relationship Therapy, founded by Harville Hendrix, PhD, author of Getting the Love you Want and several other bestsellers. Imago therapy allows couples to dissolve dysfunctional communication patterns, heal childhood wounds and rekindle joy and passion in their relationships. Imago is also effective in helping individuals explore and change their relationship patterns in order to better choose the perfect mate. I am also a Master level practitioner of Encounter-centered Couples Therapy. This model integrates Imago Theory, the philosophy of Martin Buber and advances in Neuroscience to deepen connection even further.
For over 25 years, I have led many people to resolve long standing issues, develop a heightened state of well-being and create more love and peace in their lives. I especially enjoy offering one and two day workshops and trainings for couples both before and during marriage. I am an experienced Supervisor and Teacher, leading other therapists to further develop their skills working with individuals and couples.
I provide counseling and therapy services for individuals and families. I have gained valuable experience providing support and guidance for students, adults, and families on various personal, academic, and professional issues.
Not taking advantage of all of the blessings I continue o receive, I have been given additional opportunities to utilize my experience and skills to assist other counselors, social workers, and human relations professionals with increasing his/her knowledge base and experience.
With 20 years of counseling experience, I have developed strong clinical skills in a variety of mental health settings. I have specialized training and experience working with mood disorders, grief/loss, eating disorders, sexual abuse, personality disorders, trauma and children/adolescents. I use a variety of clinical frameworks, including Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Play Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I am continually learning new techniques and interventions to provide the most effective and efficient therapy possible.
I welcome clients who are ready to step out of the self- limiting beliefs, perceptions, and patterns that are causing them to feel and be “less” than who they truly are! The models of therapy that I work with are collaborative, compassionate and client- centered in addressing all aspects of you. It is possible to feel centered, heal your relationships, and understand your true purpose.
True change happens from the inside, out. My intention is to enable each person, with whom I work, to create lasting positive change within themselves. As we change from within, the world around us changes. I look forward to joining you on the next part of your journey.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW #17540) Marta’s credential required a Master’s degree in Social Work, including 3,200 post-graduate hours of supervised clinical work, two State of California licensing exams, and ongoing compliance with continuing education requirements.
Coupled with her LCSW experience, Marta is a certified EMDR therapist, treating victims of trauma that include physical abuse, sexual abuse, traumatic injuries, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
I offer integrative therapy for Couples, Individuals, and Groups. Couples therapy helps build communication skills, understanding, and guideposts to move forward and build a better relationship or marriage. The Relationship skills group is for men and women who need a safe environment to practice new relationship skills.
This group can help you 1. Cultivate emotional intimacy 2. Become more comfortable in your own skin 3. Be authentic in relationship 4. Become aware of your own feelings and ways of relating 5. Change patterns that don’t work Therapy addresses anxiety and trauma, depression, codependency, relationships, intimacy, and overcoming obstacles to building the life you want.
I offer integrative therapy for Couples, Individuals, and Groups. Couples therapy helps build communication skills, understanding, and guideposts to move forward and build a better relationship or marriage. The Relationship skills group is for men and women who need a safe environment to practice new relationship skills.
This group can help you 1. Cultivate emotional intimacy 2. Become more comfortable in your own skin 3. Be authentic in relationship 4. Become aware of your own feelings and ways of relating 5. Change patterns that don’t work Therapy addresses anxiety and trauma, depression, codependency, relationships, intimacy, and overcoming obstacles to building the life you want.
As a qualified Marriage and Family Therapist and Relationship Coach for more than 15 years, I help people both in my office in Jerusalem and all around the world via Skype. You will encounter the deepest parts of who you are so that you are ready to find and embrace love. I support people, at their own pace, through their deepest fears and traumas so that they can break free and choose a different path.
I use several treatment modalities such as Imago, Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Somatic Experience therapy (Trauma), EMDR (Trauma), Systems theory (for family rebuilding) and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT).
Monica is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), practicing in St. Petersburg Florida. She has been a practicing clinician since 2003. She received her Bachelors Degree from Eckerd College and her Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. She is a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, has served as the President and currently serves as the Past President of the Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
I am holistic, knowledgeable, seasoned (27 years), wise, gentle yet able to confront as appropriate, intuitively gifted, compassionate, facilitative, and invested in my clients’ success. I offer many modalities including EMDR therapy, EFT, Mindfulness, Compassionate Communication, CBT/DBT, and Insight. Individual, Couples and Group Therapy.
I educate my clients about lifestyle and dietary improvements to increase energy, mood and positive thinking. I provide reflection, insight, positive momentum, internal dialogue and healing journeys to catapult you toward your full potential. My practice entails the use of methods that heal at the deepest level and in the shortest period of time.
Natalie Chandler, MA, LMHC, LCAC is a therapist, writer, and speaker with Imagine Hope Counseling Group in Indianapolis, Indiana.
She provides marriage, couples, individual, and family counseling for adults, children, and adolescents. She specializes in Shame, Addictions, Depression, Stress Management, Grief Recovery, Anxiety, Life Adjustment issues, Weight Challenges, and Perfectionism. She also specializes in adult recovery from childhood sexual abuse. She particularly enjoys helping clients with faith-based issues.
Natasha Silver Bell is a CARC recovery coach and recovery coach trainer through CCAR and OASAS. In addition, she has received training as a Life Coach through the Ben Dean, Ph.D Mentor Coach Program. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation.
Natasha helps clients find and realize their authentic self through intense tenderness and laser sharp introspection. She uses her own life experiences when appropriate to help her clients move through their fears and achieve desired goals.
My professional background started in the late 1970s as a nurse-midwife in Israel. In 1985, I immigrated to the USA and continued working as a maternal child nurse. Although nursing was rewarding, I felt that my work was missing a vital mental health component, that I believed was integral to a holistic approach that I wished to provide for my clients.
I later obtained an education in counseling, where I focused on relationships and couples. I facilitated support groups for new mothers, new parents, and worked with children and incarcerated women. My work with a diverse population and in different cultures taught me to accept people without judgment.
Over the past 12 years, my practice has focused on helping individuals and couples repair their relationships. I have attended advanced classes and learned proven and perfected tools and techniques. I will provide you with the knowledge and expertise to help you reconnect and manage fights, so that you will continue to share a meaningful future.
Ms. Henry is a psychotherapist who has been in private practice since 1988, working with men and women individually, as well as with couples. She began her career developing women’s programs in psychiatric hospitals in an attempt to empower women. Her focus and research shifted, however, when she noticed how desperately men needed healing as well.
Ms. Henry received her graduate training at the University of Houston where she did her independent study and research on Codependency: Learning to Break the Cycle. She has appeared on the PBS series, Mental Health Matters, as an expert in marital therapy.
My name is Rachel Dack and I am a psychotherapist and relationship coach specializing in counseling individuals and couples coping with intimacy and relationship difficulties, dating issues, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, breakups and stress. I believe therapy should be empowering, insightful and fulfilling. One of my major goals as a psychotherapist and relationship coach is to help you find your most authentic self and inner voice while improving the quality of your relationships with yourself and others.
I use a variety of therapeutic methods to not only help you gain self-acceptance, self-awareness and confidence, but also to make positive changes in your life for greater meaning, purpose and happiness. I will help you make important mind-shifts and break through barriers preventing you from achieving love and wellbeing. I will support you in creating self-care practices that promote self-esteem and aid you in discovering your own gifts, strengths and skills. I believe you possess what it takes to create the life you want and my job is to help you find, utilize and enhance your positive qualities while tackling anything that is in the way.
In my 40-year-career as a clinical psychologist and marriage counselor, I’ve spent over 100,000 face-to-face hours with singles and couples helping them to sort out their desires and conflicts about intimate relationships. Together, we’ve explored all the reasons why their relationships so often start out euphoric only to crumble and how they can turn those disappointments into future successes. I truly believe that the greatest obstacles standing between you and the love you want is often right before your eyes but you are unable to envision the journey.
My specialty is to help you look at yourself and your relationships with heroic honesty and the willingness to look deeply at yourself and what you bring to a relationship so that you can finally create the kind of transformation that will change you forever.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Randi has spent the past 10 years working with young adults, adolescents and families in a variety of settings, including outpatient community mental health centers, schools, and private practice. Randi is also an adjunct professor of graduate counseling and research courses and is currently a member of a research team studying the process of emotional cutoffs and reconciliation in adult children, parents, and siblings.
Randi greatly enjoys working with families and admires the many unique qualities young adults bring to the family system as they transition into independence. In particular, Randi appreciates the therapeutic process of empowering youth and their families to identify their strengths, create successful means of reaching their goals, and identify ways to restore and maintain positive communication and relationships.
I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist (in the state of California), a yoga teacher, vegan advocate & retreat leader/host. I help people live full, inspired lives through my retreats and programs. I practice what I preach! I dedicate my life full-time to my true passions and to living my dreams.
I work on-line or in person as a psychotherapist, I run exclusive, private couples retreat in Costa Rica, I host plant medicine ceremonies & retreat (and help clients integrate their experiences), and I host “The Rima the Jungle Girl Podcast”.
As a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist I help people cope with the loss of a spouse, parent, loved ones, dissolution of relationships and the loss of nonhuman life as well as grief surrounding disability. This is accomplished by helping clients manage feelings related to the loss. Typically we may offer individual therapy and support groups as well as supportive listening, poetry or arts therapies.
I am a Gottman Certified Therapist and I hold a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from George Fox University and a Bachelors of Science in Music from Linfield College. Major coursework includes human growth and development, family and couples counseling, multicultural counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, spirituality, Gottman Couples Therapy and the Core Values Index.
I am passionate about the development of skills and practices in others and fulfill this passion as an adjunct professor in the Masters of Counseling program at George Fox University as well as training counselors and coaches in the use of the Core Values Index.
I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist, practicing in San Diego County for over 25 years.
During this time, I have developed a particular expertise and reputation for working with relationship issues. The drive towards intimacy (relationship) must coexist and hopefully flourish with the equally powerful drive towards self-fulfillment. I have spent the greater part of her professional life addressing this paradox.
In addition to relationship issues, I work with individuals and groups with problems of anxiety, depression, stress, and life transitions. I am a proactive therapist with an emphasis on finding solutions.
Dr. Tran is a dynamic and well-rounded clinical psychologist with extensive experience in educational and clinical environments. Strong and effective communication skills with proven track record for quality care. Skilled, adaptable, fits well into diverse backgrounds from under privledged to affluent populations.
Well trained in academic as well as clinic and hospital settings serving people of all ages, races and socio economic backgrounds. Passionate about teaching, inspiring, educating individuals and groups who desire to reach their fullest potential. Expert in changing subconscious patterns.
I specialize in all relationship issues including separation, divorce, and infidelity and assist each individual/couple with tools for better communication and acceptance. Aside from couples therapy, I have extensive experience working with anxiety, depression, grief, panic attacks, chronic stress, addictions, and eating disorders.
With integrity, compassion and understanding at the core of my practice, I work with each client to help build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. I have participated in numerous speaking engagements in both Los Angeles and Orange Counties on the topics of how chronic stress and trauma can manifest in the body and on the benefits of mind-body balance. In addition to being a classically trained and skilled psychotherapist, I am an Advanced Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500).
Shelby Riley graduated with a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Pennsylvania. Ms. Riley has been practicing for over twenty years and worked in shelters, group homes, psychiatric hospitals, residential treatment facilities and outpatient practices before opening a private practice in San Diego, CA in 2003.
She specializes in couple therapy and sand tray and play therapy with adolescents and children. She also offers EMDR. In addition to therapy, Ms. Riley also provides clinical supervision and professional practice building coaching to other therapists across the U.S.
Stephanie Newberg is a licensed psychotherapist, working with individuals, couples and families. She has been in practice for 20 years specializing in: family and couples therapy, cyberbullying, and the implications of divorce on children in families.
In addition, Stephanie is a trained family and divorce mediator/ co-parent counselor and has received intensive training in sand tray play therapy for adolescents and children.
Stephanie has led numerous workshops and presentations for adults and adolescents on relationship and communication skills, dealing with the effects of divorce on families, diversity issues, cyberbullying/effects of technology on development, nutrition and mental health, and conflict resolution skills.
Sherry specializes, using Process Psychology and Mindfulness, and working with the mind therapy in Relationships and Marriage Counselling, Family Problems, Divorce Advice, Communication Skills, Free information, Transforming Emotions, Grief, Mindfulness and working with the mind therapy, Coaching, Eating Disorders, Working with Dreams, Career Counselling, Stress Management and Meditation.
Sherry is also an experienced group facilitator and has run groups and workshops on Process Oriented Psychology, Group work and Worldwork, Conflict resolution, Working in Difficult Situations, Organisational Change, Stress Management and Preventing Burnout, Front Line Management Skills and Preventing and Dealing with Critical Incidents. Also in Communication and Coping Skills, Counselling Skills, Theory and Practice and Death and Dying, Loss and Grief. She has also run Meditation groups and workshops on Relationships, Body symptoms, Mental Health and Transforming Emotions, Working with Addictions, Comparative Psychology and Teamwork etc.
I began seeing private clients in 1980 while still in training to become a psychotherapist. My original training is in Body-Centered Psychotherapy, an integration of Gestalt and Bioenergetics as developed and taught at Hartford Family Institute, LLP. I graduated from their Kansas City based training program in 1985 before moving to CT in 1988. The years since, other interests and teachings expanded and influenced my work including animal imagery, some Native American ritual and spirituality, Past Life Regression, Spirit-based meditation and healing practices, Pre and Peri-natal Psychology and trauma.
Many of my clients feel stuck and over-sensitive; are questioning their life choices and are realizing they want to feel more confidence, connection, and joy. They are at a pivotal life transition. I help clients break through the noise of what is keeping them stuck in old patterns, in unhealthy relationships, and in low-vibration feelings. From here, I skillfully and compassionately guide them into their next chapter as a Higher Version of themselves.
Social psychologist, parenting expert and best-selling author, Susan Newman is the author of 15 books in the relationship and parenting fields. Her research and books examine such areas as building strong family bonds, raising only children, grandparenting and interactions between adult children and their parents and in-laws, as well as the difficulties of raising a family and working, among others.
Dr. Newman has been named one of the top 25 Parenting Educators by RootsofAction.com, and one of the top 100 psychologists to follow on Twitter by CareersInPsychology.com.
Dr. Tammi Baliszewski has two Ph.D.’s, is an ordained minister and the author of two books: Manifesting Love from the Inside Out (which Vanna White has touted as the best self-help book she has ever read); and the best-selling Manifesting Prosperity From the Inside Out. Dr. Tammi is a Holistic Life Counselor, hypnotherapist, master meditation guide, artist, sacred art facilitator, and host of the very popular radio show “Journey to Center” on Empower Radio.
Dr. Tammi’s intention as an author, teacher, counselor, hypnotherapist and radio host is to offer effective tools, share life-transforming techniques, reveal deep wisdom and help anyone who wants to claim and experience a life of fulfillment, spiritual alignment, authentic power and great love.
As a Marriage and Family Therapist, my training is based in family systems therapy. I integrate several different modalities to ensure my clients’ needs are being met to help facilitate desired growth and change. I believe therapy is a healthy and effective resource to allow couples, families, and/or individuals navigate challenges, obtain self-growth, and/or build and strengthen meaningful relationships.
As a licensed mental health professional who has fully transitioned into career, life and leadership coaching, I work with people who are more interested in designing a future – rather than getting over a past.
Clients who want to live their life more fully both personally and professionally value having a personal coach. Because of this, professional men and women and entrepreneurial small business owners, hire me because they want their vocation to reflect their values.
As the owner of my private practice, I provide coaching and therapy from a family systems perspective. My specialties include Parenting, Relationships, Divorce and Blended Families. In addition, I train organizations and groups on communication, management, parenting and relationship skills.
Tilisha Harrison is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who is a compassionate advocate for mental wellness in individuals and communities. She has spent over 14 years enhancing the well-being of children with trauma and their families.
Tilisha uses a holistic therapeutic approach in helping individuals understand how their traumas and experiences have impacted their abilities to live their fullest lives, along with helping them gain insight into their patterns of thinking and behaviors. She has worked extensively with individuals who experience symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD, those experiencing life transitions, and those who have struggles in their social environments and relationships.
I work as an eclectic therapist, using client centered therapy and a family systems approach. I join the family working as a team player to provide a nonjudgmental, empathetic approach to counseling. My belief is that if one person in the system makes a positive change, the entire system will positively change as well.
In working with individuals, I assist my clients to determine underlying fears, gaining insight into the cause of the fear and anxiety, and beginning the healing process. I treat victims who have been abused by empowering them and helping them find their inner strength to cope in a healthy way. I work with adults, adolescents, children and families. I also work with people who are suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship issues, eating disorders, and victims of abuse.
The Licensed Professional Counselor in Minnesota who gives this service has over 20 years of counseling experience. She worked for a large counseling agency in the Minneapolis area for 17 years and then now has a private practice the past 3 years. She has done Individual and couples work in many specialized areas.
Some of the areas the counselor has specialized in is Marriage/ Relationships, Grief-Loss-Caregiver Burnout, Anger Management, Stress Reduction, Personal Growth and Change, Positive Discipline for Children, Chemical Awareness and Anxiety/ Social Anxiety Tools. Whether you need caring support, help in a relationship, or managing your stress; Counseling Conversations will do our best to help and give you some relief.
My name is Wendy Dingee, and I am an experienced therapist with training & skills to help you manage a variety of challenges. I hold a Master of Science in Counseling from UNLV, am registered in the State of Nevada as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and am a National Certified Counselor and Board Certified Coach. I am a Certified Practitioner and Teacher of Integrative Body Psychotherapy.
As a client-centered therapist, my goal is to help you live your life without being held back by self-limiting patterns & beliefs, fears, or doubts. Through the use of complementary therapeutic techniques integrated for an individualized approach, we can work together to help you connect with the healing potential you already have inside of you. By utilizing an integrated mind-body approach, we can cut through those old patterns more efficiently than talk therapy alone.
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) & life coach and the owner & founder of Truth, Healing & Evolution Counseling Services. As an expert clinician & life coach, I work with my clients to develop their goals and tailor their treatment plan to meet their particular needs. As a wife, mother and business owner, I empathize with my clients and their daily struggle to maintain balance in their life, and I work with them to achieve a sense of emotional and mental stability.
As a result of working with me, my clients are able to embrace life’s struggles, while maintaining a healthy balance of life and love, and keep their emotional and mental stability intact.
As a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology, I am trained to work with all aspects of interpersonal relationships. I have a private practice in Berkeley, California, with a clinical specialty in working with relationship issues, doing psychotherapy with couples and individuals.
In my more than thirty-five years of clinical practice, I have treated many hundreds of couples, ranging from those seeking guidance for an essentially sound relationship encountering difficulty, to couples who are convinced that they’re headed for divorce. I also offer case consultation to therapists on their work with the challenging couple they treat.