Do you feel burdened by feelings of insecurity, guilt, low self esteem, unforgiveness, emotional bondage, doubt, depression, or anxiety? Do negative thoughts often come to the forefront without fail? Have these feelings or thoughts become the centerpiece of your life, the lead character on stage running the show? Does this prevent you from communicating effectively in your relationships, excelling in school or your career, and being the best version of you that you can be? If you answered yes to any of the above, email or give Erica Felisa Thompson at Beneath The Surface Therapy Solutions a call today!
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I use a person in environment perspective as well as assist clients in understanding the different systems/ factors that influence their mental health. My preferred treatment modalities are CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, and Reality Therapy as well as therapy that is Trauma Focused. All therapy is currently virtual.
I am an Air Force Veteran with over 15 years of experience in mental health. I served as a mental health tech both in the military and as a government contractor which lead me to obtaining a Masters Degree in Social Work. I’ve been a professional Social Worker since 2016 and totally love what I do. I look forward to working with you!
Life happens in unexpected ways. Whether adjusting to a sudden life change or a known life transition, you may be feeling emotionally overwhelmed and exhausted. The time period of transitioning to adulthood is stressful enough and dealing with anxiety, hopeless feelings, or just uncertainty on how to move forward can make it unbearable. Many adolescents and young adults have found help by reaching out and working with a therapist. There is an opportunity to learn and grow from your experience. Maya Angelou says, “You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.”
Life can be hard, but therapy doesn’t have to be. I embrace modern technology and offer affordable secure online therapy. I have many years of counseling experience providing individual and group therapy. My approach combines elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness, expressive arts therapy, and positive psychology.
Making the choice to get help is a courageous step. I am here to provide a safe space, listen, and help guide you through the process of becoming stronger, braver, and more satisfied with life.
Richard Sypniewski is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPC343) who treats a wide range of mental health and personal issues. He has worked as a School Counselor since 2005, has experience at the college level as Adjunct Faculty and as a Community College Counselor and as Adjunct Faculty in the CSUSB Educational Psychology and Counseling Narrative program teaching coursework related to the LPCC Clinical License.He has been trained in working with children experiencing emotional disorders and has a wide range of life experiences rooted in helping individuals from a variety of backgrounds and age demographics.
He has a clinical interest in Narrative Therapy, which is an approach interested in how we tell stories of our lives and how this telling shapes who we are and how we become.
His personal interests: Integrative Health & Wellness,Memory Retention, Lasting Memories & Creative Learning,Teaching, Science, and Music.He has an interest in learning about other cultures and has lived and studied in Ecuador, South America.
Hi! In a world where so many of us regularly get the message that we are flawed, I think it is important to start by saying something that we might not hear so regularly, which is, that it is okay to be you. But if I’m being honest, being yourself is not always an easy thing to do. As a therapist, I place priority in creating a therapy environment where clients feel safe to share the most authentic versions of themselves without fear of judgement. In addition to a safe therapeutic space, my goal is to assist clients on their paths towards self-expression and self-acceptance no matter where they are in their journey.
My areas of focus include psychological assessment, counseling therapy with pediatric, adolescent and adult clients, and African American psychology for clients with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, blended families, and military or veteran related stressors.
My “non-judgemental”, “conversational” and “real” approach to therapy assists me in sharing acceptance and authenticity with my clients, as well as incorporating these traits into my clients lives. Thank you for reading this brief introduction! Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in exploring a client-therapist or assessment relationship.
Truth Therapy is committed to helping you experience the change you desire to become the healthiest version of yourself possible. Whether you are an individual, a couple, or a family, I would be honored to partner with you on your journey to wholeness. Don’t wait until the walls are falling down before you start your journey with therapy, you can go when the paint is chipping, or when you desire a different color on your wall!
I have worked in the field of behavioral health for 30 years and have successfully aided men, & women debilitated by mood disorders, substance use disorder, trauma, and grief. I have worked with individuals living with severe and persistent mental illness such as schizophrenia or delusional disorder. I became a Professional Counselor to help individuals realize their self-worth, organize, prioritize and face internal & external struggles in a manner that is positive and healthy. I am a certified Supervisor for post graduate Counselors on the License Professional Counselor track. Available Tue-Fri 10:AM to 7:PM, Sat 9:AM to 2:PM.
I believe being a Professional Counselor means having an unconditional regard for human beings regardless of their outward appearance, inner beliefs, past or present affiliations. Client Counselor rapport is the foundation of effective counseling. If you don’t trust me or believe I can understand your struggle, we cannot get any therapeutic work done.
Love, loss, grief, fear, shame, numb, craving, tired, these are a few of the feelings that drive our behaviors. Are you looking for a place to unburden or simply sort things out? I promise to be attentive to those experiencing challenge and loss. You are the expert on your needs. I simply bring tools and pass them to you.
Trauma and other developmental wounds often show up as anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and a variety of diagnosis. At Village of Kairos, our therapists are master-doctoral practitioners specializing in trauma-focused therapies and interventions so that our clients find hope, help and how-to’s in order to build a life worth living.
We offer comprehensive, adherent DBT, traditional therapy, Sensory Motor, Mindfulness, Psychological Evaluations, and various rotating Groups.
All things to All People is a multifaceted community service agency that takes a holistic approach. Our professional staff are qualified to assist clients in effectively utilizing and seeking services that will contribute to their success. Clients who participate in therapeutic interventions will experience mental, emotional, familial, and individual wellness. All things to All People is not your typical community service organization. We utilize creative and innovative interventions that foster and promote self-efficacy, community knowledge, and personal empowerment.
All Things to All People supports families by providing: *Individual/Family Counseling, Parenting Education, Life-Skills Cultivation, Behavior Management, Self-regulation/Coping Skills, Domestic Violence Education Victim/Child, legal mediation & Support Groups (when consistent participants are available)
We envision the empowerment and enhancement of individuals, families and community through counseling, education and advocacy. Reach out and let us know how we may support you!
*Not Accepting New Clients* Welcome, I am Marie A Goines, LICSW, (she/her/hers)! I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Seattle, Washington. I provide individualized, culturally-appropriate trauma-focused services to adults, adolescents and, teens between the ages of 12-19 years old. I help clients to accept themselves while reframing and understanding their experiences to learn valuable coping skills and new ways of interacting with their worlds.
My areas of specialization include working with clients who are facing LGBTQ+ and BIPOC difficulties, including identity formation and self-acceptance, Racial Trauma, Complex Trauma, Traumatic Grief, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Substance Use Disorders, and behavioral issues.
I look forward to working with you. Please contact me through Psychology Today if you are seeking private-pay services. If you are using insurance for your coverage and reside in Washington State, please contact me at “[email protected]” or through Mindful Therapy Group, Seattle, WA (www.mindfultherapygroup.com).