Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.
313 W. Liberty Street, Suite 226, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
From my point of view, every one of us is capable of peace and happiness. If the mind is not cluttered with dark or negative thoughts, and if there are no blocks to your emotions, and if there is not something out of whack in your thought processes, you will revert back to your ‘default setting’…happiness or contentedness. The devil is in the details, however, as if it were that simple, everyone would be content/happy, and no-one would suffer emotional pain for any length of time. The reality is, however, that many of us go through much pain and suffering, and have no idea why. And, if you can’t understand why you feel the way you do, you have no hope of fixing it, unless by some random chan
Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2328 W Joppa Road, Suite 10, Lutherville, Maryland 21093
It's your journey, your life. Since you will be the one to implement and live with choices, they must be yours. My job, therefore, may be to create the safe place in which you can explore your options and be helped to see all their consequences. Or, to expland your vision so you clearly perceive your own power in making choices. Or, to help you discover altered states of consciousness or perception inside yourself that give you more power. At the least, I hope I succeed in really, truly listening.
Robert Castle, M.S., LCPC, NCC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Collaborative Counseling, LLC, 744 Dulaney Valley Road, STE 7, Towson, Maryland 21204
“The Golden Rule” can be a helpful guide to psychotherapy: treating others as you would like to be treated, with gentleness, pacing, and respect. If a counseling session is likened to conversing with a knowledgeable advisor on the doorstep of your home, psychotherapy can be like inviting that advisor into the “parlor” or “living room” of your inner world based on trust, at-ease-ness, and confidence in your advisor’s insight. My approach to psychotherapy is interactive and strengths-based, starting with cognitive (thought-based) or behavioral coping skills, and moving into awareness of family of origin themes and the impact of past trauma when needed to activate more enduring personal growth in the client.