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Kathleen Oravec, LMFT #51941

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

2118 P Street, Sacramento, CA 95816

As a Christian counselor, I strive to show unconditional love and acceptance to my clients while forming an alliance based on the values and beliefs of the client. I support all spiritual beliefs within the realm of Christianity. If you life has a strong religious foundation, I respect that and will adhere to your beliefs as part of therapy.

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Catherine Zanzi, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MFC # 53648

2000 L Street, Suite 150, Sacramento, CA 95811

Though I am a Christian, I have a deep respect for the spiritual beliefs and practices of all of my clients, no matter what their religious affiliation. I believe in the healing aspects of a spiritual life, and I try to incorporate my clients' spiritual inclinations into the therapy process whenever possible. I do not judge, nor do I preach. I believe we are each here for a unique and divine purpose, and I enjoy exploring this with my clients.

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Ameshia Arthur, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1104 Corporate way, Sacramento, CA 95831

Is spirituality the guiding force in your life? Are you looking for assistance but want a therapist who will understand and respect your religious beliefs? Are you currently disillusioned with your faith and need a safe place to consider and reconcile your beliefs? I provide a knowledgeable and respectful environment for consideration, prayer, and reconciling the practical matters of life with spiritual beliefs. Lets seek clarity together.

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Michael Thaden, MS, LMFT, ATR-BC, CHT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

3808 Auburn Blvd., Suite 57, Sacramento, CA 95821

While I feel fortunate to have powerful therapeutic tools supported by modern neuroscience , I believe that therapy is an essentially spiritual process. The 12-step tradition is a wonderful manifestation of this. At the core of any genuine recovery process is a shift from isolation and defensive arrogance to a willingness to receive healing. Taking this step can come in many forms, one of which includes seeking out a therapist and becoming committed to a recovery process. I welcome the integration of prayer and scripture as this fits for each client, whether it becomes the focus of particular therapy sessions, or remains in the background as a support for which ever modality we work in.

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