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And I find humor is very important in therapy as in life.""I am a highly skilled, warm and trustworthy therapist passionate about supporting and enhancing the quality of individuals' lives.

Whether you or your teens are experiencing depression or anxiety, feeling ambivalent about a current relationship, or living with a child who has Asperger's, together we will work to develop realistic goals, sensible solutions and a greater sense of confidence toward handling life's inevitable challenges.

Those interested in group therapy can also find desired classes for Yoga, Meditation, and Depression on my profile.""My ideal client base is seeking trust and freedom to be expressive, address life challenges, and barriers that interfere with growth and achieving life's goals.

Those interested in group therapy can also find desired classes for Yoga, Meditation, and Depression on my profile.""It is my experience after practicing over 24 years that it is not so much what you think that is important rather it is how you feel. A thought is usually not sufficient to initiate lasting change unless it is connected to a feeling.

I help them to regain their stability and reach a more optimum state of mental health.""I work with clients mainly using a cognitive behavioral perspective but I also do interpersonal therapy and E. I enjoy working with clients needing to cope with grief, loss, and life transitions.

I work with you to identify what does work, what's not working and what keeps you from doing what works.They married in 2011 and resided in Brooklyn Park, a city nestled along the west bank of the Mississippi River.“They didn’t live together long – maybe a year,” recalled Charlane Bertsch, Hasti’s great-aunt.Bertsch said the couple never seemed overly committed to the marriage and that Hasti didn’t bring up her husband during conversations.A special interest is working with writers to faciliate their creative process.And I find humor is very important in therapy as in life.""I have had training and experience in several types of therapy; psychodynamic, dream work, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness-based psychotherapy which uses meditation as a complement.

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