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I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Traumatologist and a Nationally Certified Counselor who specializes in mood and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, multicultural counseling, relationship issues and problems associated with emotional and physical abuse.
Seeking an alternative to traditional therapy? That’s why I’m here. My tools range from innovative new mind-body modalities (e.g., Energy Psychology) to the most ancient spiritual/energetic modality (shamanic healing). These tools enable me to help clients address most of the problems that licensed mental health professionals do – plus some they can’t. And usually do it more efficiently. This is the main reason I almost always have one or more licensed therapists as clients. See the testimonials on my website.
Ashburn Psychological Services was founded in 2005 by Dr. Michael Oberschneider. The practice has been well received by area professionals and families and has grown to be the home of some of the area's leading psychiatrists and psychologists. We are here to address your needs.
I provide professional, results-oriented counseling with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a method that more quickly and effectively brings about positive changes. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I also work extensively with couples and family members on relationship issues.
Therapy is an investment in yourself. The best therapeutic relationship is a partnership with common goals. With over 25 years experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings, Ms. Ryan has worked with diverse client populations and diagnoses. Please call for a confidential phone consultation.
My sensitive and engaging, direct and practical, style is reported by my clients as one of their attractions to working with me. I work with Children, Adolescents and Adults, addressing ADHD, depression and anxiety, divorce, loss and medical trauma. . I would be honored with your trust in me.
"Everyday is about becoming" I believe that going through a process of self-reflection and change is powerful and brave. It helps us identify how we are getting in our own way in having a better quality of life. In responsibility their is power. Everyone wants to feel content and satisfied with themselves and the world they build around them but we struggle to achieve this goal because we have been hurt, disappointed, betrayed, or doubt ourselves. Find your personal power and change your world. I am with you.
As a licensed clinical psychologist for 20+ years, I understand that the relationship and "fit" between client and therapist is paramount. I work hard to establish and maintain a relationship based on mutual trust and honesty. We can work together to help you feel less stuck, and more in control.
Personal set-backs and conflictual relationships are common problems that we all can face at some point in our lives. My approach is respectful and compassionate. I have doctoral level clinical training, research experience, several publications, and am adjunct faculty at Virginia Tech.
Having received training in both Clinical and Forensic psychology, I work with a diverse client population, delivering targeted Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral (DBT) Therapies tailored to the specific needs of each individual client. I specialize in working with adolescents and adults with Mood Disorders (Anxiety, Depression), Behavioral Disorders (Oppositionality, Anger), Personality Disorders (Borderline, Narcissistic, Antisocial), and Sexual Dysfunction. In addition, I treat individuals convicted of violent and non-violent criminal offenses, sex offenders, and perpetration of domestic violence. * I am also a Psychological Evaluator, conducting thorough diagnostic clarification of psychological symptoms in children, adolescents, and adults. These range from Developmental Disorders (Autism Spectrum, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity), to Mood Disorders (Bipolar, Obsessive-Compulsive), Substance Use Disorders, Sexual Disorders, and Personality Disorders. * In my Forensic Evaluation work, I conduct assessments for individuals referred by attorneys, the Courts, and private, state, and federal agencies. These Evaluations include Fitness for Duty, Competency to Stand Trial, Substance Abuse, Parenting, and Psychosexual, as well as Pre-Sentence Investigations, Sex Offender Risk Assessments, and various others.
Glyndora Condon LPC of Heal and Hope Counseling Services, LLC
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Glyndora Condon LPC began her journey in 1985, has 17 years of nutrition and exercise experience, over 20 years of special needs care-giving as she is a parent, grandparent, and step parent of children of special need status; and possesses over 100 certificates; and a graduate with highest honors. She reports as one who has experienced many life tragedies and is experienced with trauma. She personally is handicapped and understands how to persevere even when one is tired or in pain. She is a Christian but honors one's God given right to choose if they embrace spirituality, thus not pressing others as she uses empirically tested and reliable modalities while helping others. Glyndora is a "Daughter of the Revolution" respectful of her country and those who defends it. She has experienced divorce, rape, childlessness, foster parenting, blended family issues, the empty nest, and like life transitional phases and crisis situations yet managed to grow in character and courage; as she processed each to a place of meaning and peace. Glyndora loves life and is gifted with art, music, and voice. She loves dancing and understands how important it is to eat well for the body and for the brain.
In life we face many challenges. We often need support and a safe space to work on these challenges. I hope to offer a safe space to explore issues related to life's major stressors such as family issues, grief, addiction, parenting, depression, anxiety, struggles with trauma and abuse, along with aiding in navigating school and developmental disorders. With support, one can establish coping skills and a self accepting space fostering a healthier lifestyle. Here at Reflective Tides, I offer a supporting hand to allow for self growth, family growth, and community connection when life's tides become overwhelming. As a clinician and an art therapist I offer support around emotional, developmental, and behavioral issues for both children/adolescents and adults. Areas of specialty are trauma, social pragmatics, depression/ anxiety, family issues, and relational. In addition, I have experience working with schools, IEP's, DCF, and the legal system. Reflective Tides offers one on one individual therapy from an eclectic approach. In addition, group therapy is offered around parenting issues, Social Pragmatics for children and teens related to developmental disorders, Self Esteem/ Self Harm teen groups, Teen Recovery Support Groups, and Bereavement Adult groups.
I'm a Flagler College alumnus ('95) and recently moved back to Saint Augustine with my wife and our three children. I've started my own practice, Elbow Tree Christian Counseling, because I wanted to paint the walls my own color, bring my dog to the office and wear flip flops!
Creative Healing is a hands on approach to understanding our minds and our hearts. Integrating the two, to help move trapped emotions in the body that can manifest as pain. Learn life skills needed to incorporate on a daily basis to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Maybe your idea of therapy is rooted in media representations that mostly favour checklists and labels, or homework and telling you what you should do. Relational therapy isn’t that. Relational therapy centres the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client as the foundations for healing and transformation. Through your stories and experiences, we look at your relational history - that is, the relationships with others in your life and how they have helped form you. These important clues to understanding you will guide us in co-creating new experiences supporting your initial desires that brought you to therapy in the first place. Relational therapy is useful in understanding and working through a variety of issues and emotions. Perhaps it would help you to talk about: anger, anxiety, body-image, coming out, depression, emotional numbness, emptiness, family issues, grief, identity crisis, loss, midlife crisis, relationship problems, sadness, self-esteem, self-harm, sexuality, shame, shyness, stress, suicidal ideation, trauma - or any number of unlisted thoughts and feelings occupying much of your time and mind. Together, we’ll work to understand the patterns of thoughts and feelings, and the power of significant relationships that have helped shape your experience of yourself. Together, we’ll explore your stories - what makes you you and what may have led you to the place you’re currently in and desiring help understanding. Together, we’ll talk and discover and make space for wonder and curiosity around feelings and struggles.
I enjoy helping clients achieve their goals and have happy relationships. I am very concerned about physical health as well as mental health, and try to model that in my own life. I have worked as a psychiatric nurse and therapist for more than twenty-five years. Namaste !
I find it so fulfilling to help people find emotional freedom and to realize personal potential, so they can open to the unseen possibilities in life. My work includes training people in mindfulness, embodiment and compassionate presence. It is a form of assisted self discovery . By making unconscious, limiting beliefs and habits conscious, we invite new freedom of choice.. This is a personal development process, in which we become empowered to make choices for our optimum wellbeing. Through learning new practices to deeply support the self, there is wonderful opportunity for growth in self belief, confidence,, inner peace, joy and trust in the process of life.
I understand it can be difficult to reach out for help when individuals are feeling overwhelmed, confused and scared. I appreciate and affirm the courage it takes to enter a therapeutic setting and into a therapeutic relationship. It is important to honor each client’s individual journey towards happiness, wholeness and health. I strive to provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space for all individuals and topics. I believe that providing a safe, judgement free environment is essential to address sensitive and personal issues. Creating a dynamic in which we collaborate together to establish goals for individuals is valuable. I believe that together we can discover effective possibilities that can provide insight towards resolutions. I am passionate about supporting individuals, children, families and couples throughout their journeys in counseling. I am here to help you identify and utilize your strengths, as well as develop new ones, to achieve your goals to reconnect with the joys of life. In addition to working with adults and couples, I also enjoy and have experience working with children and adolescents. I aim to develop a strong therapeutic relationship with my child and adolescent clients in order to provide a safe outlet for emotional expression, develop coping skills, improve mood, and strengthen self-esteem. I also enjoy and am trained in working with individuals and couples who are experiencing sexual concerns. I am a Certified Sex Therapist-Candidate through the Texas Sex Therapy Institute. Many people have trouble discussing sexual problems, sex therapy is designed to help you explore those sensitive issues and solutions can be created through the therapeutic process. My areas of interest, training and experience includes, infidelity, low sexual libido, vaginismus, erectile dysfunction, performance anxiety, addiction, out of control sexual behaviors, couple/martial conflicts, identity issues, kink, communication difficulties, grief, trauma, depression, anxiety. I enjoy working with everyone: monogamous, polyamorous, kink-identified and LGBTQIA+. If you find that you are struggling with asking for what you want and need in life, in your relationships and within yourself, the work we can do can help you grow and achieve your next level of happiness.
CEP Family Counseling & Consulting, PLLC
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At CEP Family Counseling & Consulting we provide a safe, comfortable and supportive atmosphere. We offer a personalized approach tailored to each client's individual needs to help you attain the healing and growth you're striving to reach.