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Stanley Siegel, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, author, lecturer, and Founder of Wellness Providers Network and Psychology Tomorrow Magazine
Siegel founded Psychology Tomorrow Magazine and Wellness Providers Network. He is a psychotherapist in practice nearly 45 years, and author, lecturer, and former Director of Education and Senior Faculty member of New York’s Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy.
960 N ALFRED ST, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
If you are suffering from depression or anxiety, please search no more… I strive to help you to find your happiness and peace. I offer unique techniques that blended with arts and technology. I have a great understanding of diverse cultures, religions and family dynamics. Whether you are dealing with depression, anxiety or need help with your academic, career or business choices, I am here for you. I have a master degree in Forensic Psychology and a master degree in International Business. I am about to graduate from another master degree in Mental Health Counseling. I practice client centered approach which offers you a gentle, welcoming and a safe place to explore your goals. I believe everybody in life deserves to live happily. I also empower my clients for better academic and business choices. Call me or email me for a free consultation. firstname.lastname@example.org
Raynor Consulting 9900 W Sample Rd Suite 300 Coral Springs, Florida 33065
I provide individual, couples, and family psychotherapy. I’m committed to providing the kind of therapy I would want for someone I love.
31 East 12th Street Suite 1E New York, NY 10003
I offer both non-traditional and traditional counseling methods for adults, adolescents, children, and families.
750 Longleaf Blvd, Suite C Lawrenceville, GA 30046
I am a psychodynamic therapist in Metro Detroit specializing in working with individuals and couples seeking therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, relationship concerns, and personal growth.
Mindfulness based Mental Health Practitioner offering Mental health and Wellness Servicet for an integrated mind-body-spirit holistic connection. Practitioner has additional skills in creative expression – i.e. — Art Therapy, Jungian Sandplay Therapy, Contemplative practices, Reiki and EFT.
2100 NE Neff Rd., Suite B Bend, OR 97001
Chrysalis provides licensed professional & pastoral counseling along with naturopathy resources, Heart Math (TM), & hypnotherapy.
802 NE 19th Street, Moore, OK 73160
At TheraBee you will find acceptance, compassion, and non-judgement. While I treat a large variety of people, I specialize in working with those marginalized for reasons around their sexuality and/or (non)religion. Communities served include LGBQ, Gender minorities (including Trans), Poly, Kink, and Nontheist.
2035 Hogback Rd Suite 108 Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Your mind, body, & spirit are important components of a good life. I work with relationships, abuse, bullying, developing a strong and healthy sense of self, sex & gender, & spirituality. Having had a number of experiences with loss and the survival of the soul, I also do lots of grief and hope work over the passing of beloved animals and people.
3537 W 62 AV, Denver, CO 80221-1907
Are you looking for an innovative and integrative approach to changing your life, heal your eating disorder, learn to thrive with ADHD, anxiety, and learn how to create fulfilling relationships? How to perform at your peak? We love working with GLBT and Spanish speaking individuals! Give us a call!
1101 E. Elizabeth St. Fort Collins, CO 80524
Using Non-Ordinary States Of Consciousness for Healing and Personal GrowthUsing Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness to Tap Direct Knowing
How do I help you cultivate ‘direct knowing’? I say in the welcome on my website: There are two aspects that define our experience. The first is Essence – aptitudes, talents, temperament, the intrinsic qualities that make up my uniqueness. This is the area of matters of the Soul, of the Who-I-Am, the ever-unfolding Self. Access to this information is direct, intuitive, felt. The second is Ego: those thoughts and skills that we learn in order to survive. Where matters of essence are part of the eternal, the skills of ego respect the time-space continuum. Where matters of Essence are intrinsic, the skills of ego must be practiced and developed. We can process ego matters through usual conversation, usual thinking. Matters of Essence? How do we tap into, cultivate our awareness of, and relationship to, the ‘intrinsic’? This is the realm of non-ordinary states of consciousness. The more common understanding of meditation is the sitting practice of stilling the mind, and this alone can open that access. However in psycho-spiritual work, and in the vast field of meditative and wisdom traditions, there are infinite ways to tap into that state of consciousness, e.g. guided meditations, […]
34 E Putnam Ave. Greenwich, CT 06830