Theravive Authors and Contributors

Meet our amazing staff of writers who make our blog a great resource for current issues pertaining to mental health.


  • Author:  Ruth Gordon, MA/MSW/LCSW
  • About:   I bring with me +30 years of experience as a clinician. My Masters degrees are from: Assumption College, Worcester, MA, Master of Arts in Psychology & Counseling/ and Boston University School of Social Work, Boston, MA, an MSW in Clinical Social Work. This is the 11th year I have written a monthly newsletter that is sent to approximately 500 individuals. The archive can be found on my website, www.foreverfabulousyou.com.
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  • Author:  Hilda Huj, B.A., M.A.
  • About:   Are you looking to talk with somebody who can help? Together we can gain insight into your situation, find a deeper understanding, evoke meaningful changes, improve your relationships, and heal you by using a potential that you already have.
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  • Author:  Henry M. Pittman, MA
  • About:   Henry M. Pittman came into the field of counseling through substance use disorders in the fall of 1997. He was a substance abuse tech at a hospital in Houston, TX and what he saw motivated him to take all the counseling hours needed to become a substance abuse counselor in 1998. Since then he has pursed the required education and knowledge to become a master level counselor and therapist.
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  • Author:  Agnes Oh, PsyD, LMFT
  • About:   Dr. Agnes Oh is dually licensed as a clinical psychologist and a marriage and family therapist. For the last fifteen years, Dr. Oh has devoted her practice primarily in the areas of trauma, grief/loss, couples/family issues, and multicultural counseling, as well as personal empowerment. Dr. Oh is an avid proponent of a strength-based, relational approach to helping people as she firmly believes in each person’s intrinsic power to heal, grow, and thrive given the proper guidance and support.
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  • Author:  Eddins Counseling Group, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP
  • About:   Sometimes it can seem like everyone but you has it all figured out. The reality is that it just seems this way. Everyone faces struggles in their lives. When you feel stuck, dissatisfied, and overwhelmed or just don’t know what to do to feel better an outside perspective can help you get back on track. We are a team of Houston therapists, relationship counselors, and career counselors. Online therapy and career counseling via phone or video conferencing is also available.
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  • Author:  Dawn Crosson, Psy.D
  • About:   Dr. Dawn Gullette Crosson is a native of Philadelphia, PA and received a Master's Degree in Community Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University. She later graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine with a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology. She is a licensed Psychologist, trained in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Trauma Focused CBT and has been in the field of psychology since 1996.
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  • Author:  Megan Lundgren, M.S. LMFT
  • About:   Megan Lundgren is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in Relationship Therapy. At her group practice in Monrovia, a suburb of Los Angeles, Megan supervises a team of Therapists who focus on helping individuals and couples thrive in their closest relationships. Megan's husband, Daniel, also has a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and partners with Megan in running their practice, Relationships For Better: www.RelationshipsForBetter.com
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  • Author:  Trey and Rebecca Harrison, LPC, CT
  • About:   Trey and Rebecca Harrison are professional counselors in Houston, Texas. They have been married since June 2007, and have established Revolution Counseling & Community Services together to provide hope and healing to children, adolescents and families through counseling, education, speaking, and writing.
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  • Author:  Mary Horn, Psy.D.
  • About:   Dr. Mary C. Horn is a licensed psychologist. She has a private practice in Kaneohe, Hawaii and has been practicing psychology for nearly 15 years. Aside from private practice, Dr. Horn also serves as a Clinical Supervisor at Care Hawaii, Inc. Her journey into the world of psychology began with eating disorders in the San Diego area. She spent over ten years treating and running therapy groups for Victims of Domestic Violence.
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  • Author:  Karen J. Allen, MS, LMHC
  • About:   Karen invests her time and energies towards helping people overcome the effects of painful situations and events. She works extensively with people using various therapeutic skills such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, clinical hypnosis, Rapid Resolution Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and other trauma focused interventions including traumatic grief.
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  • Author:  Alicia Meade, MA, LCSW
  • About:   I've helped individuals find solutions to their problems for over 30 years and am skilled in working with children, adolescents and families. I have worked in many different systems throughout the years: mental health centers, inpatient hospital settings, alternative schools, the legal system and managed care. As a therapist I am solution-focused and use aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). My approach is interactive and nonjudgmental.
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  • Author:  Lorna Hecht, MFT
  • About:   I specialize in the study of human relationships and behavior and have extensive advanced training in Family Systems Theory, including attendance at the Bowen Center for The Study of the Family in Washington, D.C. from 2012-2015. My private practice is in San Diego, CA, centrally located in Mission Valley.
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  • Author:  Autumn Robinson, MA, PhD Candidate
  • About:   Autumn Robinson is a writer and PhD candidate who lives in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina with her husband, three young boys and daughter with special needs. She is a former special education teacher who believes that all people deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. Autumn is the Digital Manager for Vestidd, an innovative cloud based program that helps families with special needs to organize and manage their often complex responsibilities.
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  • Author:  Erica Ellis, Psy.D.
  • About:   I am the Somatic Psychology Department Lead Faculty and Coordinator of Dissertations and Research and Part-Time Faculty in the Applied Clinical Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I am also adjunct faculty at Pepperdine University-Graduate School of Education and Psychology and Antioch University’s Master of Psychology Program.
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  • Author:  Lee Kehoe, MS, LMHC, NCC
  • About:   I have had the opportunity to train and work with an agency that works within a diverse range of facilities in the Rochester area, engaging with clients from all walks of life. My experiences have provided me a solid foundation of working with individuals from all different backgrounds, living with a wide array of challenges.
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  • Author:  Carol Campbell, M.A.
  • About:   I am a graduate of Brown University and Santa Clara University. I received the Outstanding Alumni of the Year Award from the Division of Counseling Psychology and Education at Santa Clara University. I completed the Palo Alto Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Training Program offered by the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. I am a clinical member of the Northern California Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology and of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
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  • Author:  Irina Kerzhnerman, PhD
  • About:   Dr. Irina Kerzhnerman is a licensed clinical psychologist with offices in Coral Springs and Boca Raton, Florida. With over 18 years experience, she has been trained to understand the relationship between the body and mind and to help people maximize their overall health. Dr. Kerzhnerman has worked with a variety of people from all walks of life and with all sorts of concerns. She has spent many years helping people figure out what is holding them back from having the life they want.
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  • Author:  Raushannah Johnson-Verwayne, Psy.D.
  • About:   Dr. R. Johnson-Verwayne is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder of Standard of Care Psychological Services, LLC, in Atlanta, GA. She advocates for those affected by severe emotional and behavioral problems and focuses on evidence-based trauma informed care while helping the entire family. Dr. Johnson-Verwayne has over 10 years of experience helping clients develop realistic, long-lasting, and life changing skills to improve their quality of life.
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  • Author:  Bennett Pologe, Ph.D.
  • About:   I am a clinical psychologist. Over the years, I’ve managed to work with just about every kind of patient there is. I’ve worked in city, state, and private hospitals, in community mental health centers, foster care agencies, schools, nursing homes, special education for the neurologically impaired, group private practice, the VA system, nursing homes, and in Head Start programs. I also did a stint on cable television as a relationship consultant, and I’ve published some clinical research.
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  • Author:  Andrea Ruse, LCPC, LAC, CCDP-D, RPT
  • About:   Andrea is the Clinical Supervisor and therapist at Preferred Family Healthcare in Olathe, KS. Her credentials include: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (KS), Licensed Addictions Counselor (KS), Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomat (MO), and Registered Play Therapist. Her therapeutic orientations include: play therapy (ages 2-12), REBT, DBT, CBT, Family Systems Theory, and Client-Centered.
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  • Author:  Christina Barber-Addis, Psy.D.
  • About:   Dr. Christina Barber-Addis is a licensed psychologist who has been in the field for 14 years and specializes in anxiety disorders and has a particular passion for treating social anxiety. In addition, specialties include substance abuse/dual-diagnosis and trauma. Her philosophy is that through hard work, collaboration and a strong therapeutic relationship, clients can experience wholeness and self-compassion that is often lost from time to time in our lives.
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  • Author:  Cynthia Morales, M.A.
  • About:   Cynthia Morales, M.A., is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern living and practicing in Orlando, FL. She received her Masters degree in mental health counseling and marriage and family therapy from the University of Central Florida. After her graduate studies, Cynthia procured experience with individuals experiencing mental health disorders including substance abuse and dependency, mood disorders and behavioral issues.
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  • Author:  Johanna Tiemann, Ph.D.
  • About:   I am a licensed psychologist, a psychoanalyst, and a hypnotherapist with over twenty years of experience working with adults and couples suffering from a wide range of problems. I believe that the key to creating a meaningful experience in therapy hinges on my ability to listen closely and to do my best to put myself in another person’s shoes.
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  • Author:  Joan Childs, LCSW
  • About:   Joan E. Childs has been a licensed clinical social worker since 1978 specializing in change work for human potentiality, personal growth and self actualization. She was chosen to be the first affiliate of the John Bradshaw Center in the United States and is a consultant to many corporations, hospitals, universities and academic institutions.
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  • Author:  Juliana Fruhling, MA-MFT, RCC
  • About:   Juliana is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and couples and family therapist, with training in Emotionally Focussed Therapy, Satir Transformational Systems Therapy and OEI, Trauma Therapy. Juliana is passionate about helping families, couples and individuals from all walks of life. In addition to being a therapist, she is the writer of light-hearted stories about life and parenthood on her award-winning blog, TwoFunMoms.com.
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  • Author:  Lauren Popham, PhD
  • About:   Lauren Popham works at a market research firm in Washington, DC, where she applies her social science perspective and statistical training to research projects focused on retirement, employee benefits, and health and wellness. She received her Ph.D. in psychology, with an emphasis on aging and adult development, from North Carolina State University in 2014.
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  • Author:  Tony Victor, D.Min., LCPC The Midwest Relationship Center LLC
  • About:   Each member of The Midwest Relationship Center has a particular specialty. Each therapist is committed to providing the most effective services. Our office manager will listen to your specific situation and recommend the therapist best suited to your particular need.
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  • Author:  Cindy Ariel, PhD
  • About:   Cindy Ariel, Phd has practiced as a psychologist for over 20 years. She received her master's degree from the Graduate School at Hahnemann Medical College and her doctorate from Temple University. Dr. Ariel writes occasionally for several publications and is co-editor of the book, Voices From the Spectrum (2006). She is also author of Loving Someone with Asperger's syndrome: Understanding and Connecting with your Partner, a self-help book for intimate partners of someone on the autism spectrum.
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  • Author:  Candice Hopper-Owrey, Candice Hopper-Owrey
  • About:   Candice Hopper-Owrey is Licensed Professional Counselor. At her private practice in Springfield Missouri,Candice specializes in trauma work and grief therapy. She also loves leading group therapy. She has 2 children and has been married for 12 years. She works with children, adolescents, and adults. Her website is www.hopeofmo.com
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  • Author:  Sharon Heller, Phd
  • About:   Sharon is a developmental psychologist who specializes in books on holistic solutions for anxiety, panic and sensory processing disorder (SPD). She is the author of several popular psychology books including "Uptight & Off Center: How sensory processing disorder throws adults off balance & how to create stability (Symmetry, 2013) and Anxiety: Hidden Causes, Why your anxiety may not be 'all in your head' but from something physical (Symmetry, 2011.
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  • Author:  Chris Shreve, PhD (Candidate), LPC, NCC
  • About:   Chris has over 22 years of counseling experience with over 10,000 clinical contacts: populations include substance abuse, co-occurring, mental health and personality disorders; treating patients with traumatic brain injuries, depression, anxiety and PTSD. He has a teaching background which includes facilitating over 300 courses, connecting with over 3000 students among 4 universities/colleges with focuses in mental health counseling, psychology and human services courses.
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  • Author:  Charity Finch, MS, LPC Intern, CRC, BCN
  • About:   Charity received her Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of North Texas. She recieved her Bachelor's in Psychology from Texas A & M University - Commerce. She obtained her certification in neurofeedback in 2011. She is a member of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research, our professional organization.
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  • Author:  Grace Bell, MA, CC
  • About:   Grace Bell supports people in clearly identifying painful beliefs that hurt, including repetitive thinking, worry, sadness and anger...and helping them question their thoughts, and change their lives.
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  • Author:  Elon Cohen, MA. M.Ed.
  • About:   Elon Cohen holds a Master's degree in Educational Counseling and Guidance, and a Master's degree in Health Education. He is the creator of the unique Take 24, Inc., the Family Stress Center consultation/counseling approach for individuals, families, and couples.He has authored workbook manuals on anger management, stress management, and domestic violence.
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  • Author:  C. Wayne Winkle
  • About:   C. Wayne Winkle is a board-certified family psychologist with thirty years experience in the field. He earned his doctorate at Texas A&M University at Commerce where he wrote the major portion of a National Institute of Mental Health grant for the university. As a writer, he has published four novels with another on the way. His freelance writing also includes blog posts, web copy, sales letters, fundraising letters, and grant proposals for non-profits. He lives with his wife Vicki in Arkansas.
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  • Author:  Tracy Busse, LPC, ACS
  • About:   Tracy Busse is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor, who has been providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, and families for over ten years. Tracy has been providing therapy to adults and adolescents that have challenges related to grief/loss, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, family issues, and other areas that cause distress.
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  • Author:  Liz Dube, MA, MS, LMFT, CST
  • About:   Liz Dubé is a Certified Sex Therapist & Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. At her private practice in Long Beach and Huntington Beach, in Southern California,Liz specializes in helping individuals and couples thrive in their intimate relationships, overcome sexual difficulties, and create empowering sexual identities. Liz also speaks to groups on creating more satisfying sexual relationships and blogs regularly at www.TalkSexWithLiz.com. Liz has 2 children and has been married for 16 years.
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  • Author:  Darren Haber, MFT
  • About:   I am an MFT practicing in west Los Angeles. My specialties include treating addictions (including problems with alcohol or drugs), sex addiction, codependence and trauma. I also specialize in working with men on these issues, as well as challenges related to relationships, work, family and other obstacles to greater happiness and success
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  • Author:  Amy Berwick, PhD, LPC, NCC
  • About:   Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. Her private practice focuses on life transitions using an existential theoretical orientation. In addition, she teaches both content and clinical courses to students working toward master degrees in clinical and school counseling. Amy’s research has been in the field of supervision, publishing and presenting on parallel processes and solution focused supervision.
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  • Author:  Angela Wurtzel, MA, LMFT, CEDS
  • About:   Angela R. Wurtzel has a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for 18 years and a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist with the International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals for over 12 years.
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  • Author:  Caleen Martin
  • About:   After being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a neurological chronic pain condition in 2011, Caleen has dedicated her time and energy to research and education on chronic pain conditions in order to share her personal story and knowledge with others facing similar physical and emotional challenges. Caleen’s hope is that by changing attitudes toward chronic pain those with this condition can encourage their own personal healing and strengthen their dedication to living the best life they can.
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  • Author:  Marti Wormuth, MA
  • About:   Marti has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and a Master’s in Communication Studies. Her favorite activities include reading, playing games, and hanging out with the students at her church. Marti volunteers with the youth ministry at her church as a teacher and mentor. Because of this, she recently started another degree, her graduate certificate in student ministries. She considers her current graduate work to be a stepping stone to becoming a youth pastor or a published author.
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  • Author:  Brenda Snyder, LCSW
  • About:   I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked with individuals and couples since entering private practice in 2009. Having worked in the mental health sector for many years, I excel at assisting people who are troubled by depression and anxiety. I can help you discover the source of your emotional difficulty, and then teach you specific strategies and skills to feel more comfortable when your symptoms are present.
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  • Author:  OC Relationship Center, LMFT
  • About:   We started OC Relationship Center because we believe that relationships are the place where everyone should feel the safest and experience the most joy. And that is what our entire mission is based upon. That relationship may be with someone you love, live with, work with or even yourself. Our caring, professional and licensed clinicians want to help you with the skills to get what you want in your relationships - whether you are single, dating, living together, married, divorced or widowed.
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  • Author:  Saranya Tracey, M.A.
  • About:   Saranya can help you to make changes that will enable you to lead a healthy and happy life. You will benefit from Ms. Tracey's 23 years of experience and expertise as a psychotherapist .In addition to obtaining her Masters in Clinical Psychology, Saranya has been certified by four Manhattan training institutes, including: Psychodrama; C.G. Jung Foundation for Trans-personal therapy; Schema Therapy (also known as "Lifetraps"); and Core energetics/Bioenergetics; and hypnotherapy.
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  • Author:  Cathy England, MA
  • About:   Cathy holds a Master’s degree in Psychology and has 13 years of work experience in counseling and social work. Cathy is an advocate for mental health awareness and enjoys educating people about mental health and the ways that it impacts people and communities. Most of her experience has been in work with court dependent or delinquent adolescents and their families. Cathy has also worked as a volunteer as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children under court supervision.
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  • Author:  Mary Ellen McNaughton, MEd. CCC
  • About:   My focus is the communication we have with ourselves. As we learn to speak to ourselves with more understanding and compassion, that translates out into our relationships and our lives. I provide a safe and supportive space to express and be heard. Marshal Rosenberg's communication model (NVC) provides a foundation and tools to enhance emotional well being. I've also completed an externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy (or EFT) with Vancouver Couple and Family Institute.
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  • Author:  Sheila Sayani, MA, MFT
  • About:   Sheila Sayani, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, has a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UC. She has a wide range of experience with a variety of populations, spanning from infants with special needs, to children, adolescents, couples, families and trauma victims. She has worked in school, hospital and clinic settings with communication skills, attachment & relationships, parenting and child development.
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  • Author:  LuAnn Pierce, LCSW
  • About:   I am a clinical social worker, therapist and writer. Currently, I offer online therapy and coaching services to people in Colorado and Wyoming. As a provider for the CO Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and the National MS Society, my expertise in counseling people who have disabilities and chronic illness is considerable. I have written for About.com, DailyRx.com, Theravive.com, GoodTherapy.org, SelfHelpMagazine.com and contribute to several other online health and mental health sites.
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  • Author:  Everett Libby
  • About:   I realized that I had a heart for families going through divorce, and with the help and encouragement from family and friends, I created the I'm a k.i.d. program for kids going through divorce. In just a couple years, over 800 kids have gone through the I'm a k.i.d. program!! From that came the My Journey My Journal, the #1 journal for kids going through divorce. Simultaneously, familyindivorce.com was created to so we would be able to reach a greater number of families in divorce!
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  • Author:  Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT, CCTP
  • About:   Elizabeth Earnshaw was trained as a Couples and Family Therapist (MFT) at Thomas Jefferson University & The Council for Relationships and is a member of The AAMFT. She also has a degree in education from Temple University. Living in New Orleans, she was trained to use a number of trauma and grief models (GTI, CBITS, TF-CBT). She has worked in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Salvador, Brazil. She specializes in Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Relationship Issues, and Self Esteem.
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  • Author:  Rosemary Fromson, RPC, MPCC
  • About:   I am a Clinical Supervisor and Master Practitioner of Counselling Psychology, registered with the Canadian Professional Counselling Association, the Canadian College of Professional Counselors and Psychotherapists, as well as an experienced International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I am also a speaker and facilitator. My experience includes working with families, individuals, and groups. I have many years of experience in helping others help themselves using a variety of modalities.
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  • Author:  Shamrock Counselling, MA, RCC, CBEIP, NAEFW
  • About:   We believe the counselling should be an essential service and are committed to helping people find ways to access resources. We take the time to walk you through the process to find the best fit and suit your needs.
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  • Author:  bp (bipolar) Magazine
  • About:   An estimated 2.5 million adult Americans and 1 million children have bipolar, a serious brain disorder. bp (bipolar) is a magazine for these people. It is filled with hope, inspiration, news features, and educational information on building a healthy lifestyle, including: stress reduction, exercise and sleep, treatments, relationships, and employment. bp delivers a fresh, vibrant, colorful, and glossy magazine four times each year. bp Magazine empowers and motivates the bipolar community.
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  • Author:  Dr. Anthony Centore
  • About:   Anthony Centore PhD is Founder of Thriveworks; a company that provides healthcare practices across the United States with Medical Credentialing, Medical Billing, and Business Consulting services.
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  • Author:  Sheryl Eldene, MA. MBA, NCC, LPC
  • About:   I provide counseling for people who suffered traumas like; childhood neglect/abuse, rape, car accidents and medical diagnosis like cancer. PTSD is a complex challenge, and requires a counselor with experience with many areas, including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, sleep disorders, and anger management. I have many resources I offer to help calm and work through the difficult process of remembering, desensitizing, and healing. I am EMDR trained and use this for many clients.
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  • Author:  Daniel Lukasik
  • About:   In 2008, Dan created Lawyerwithdepression.com to help law students, lawyers and judges cope with and heal from depression. The site and Dan’s work have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The National Law, Trial Magazine and several other national and international publications. He is was the recipient of The Distinguished Alumni Award for Public Service from The University at Buffalo School of Law and The Award of Merit from the Erie County Bar Association.
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  • Author:  Susan Crum, Ph.D., A.B.P.S., QEEG Diplomate
  • About:   I am a Licensed Psychologist, conducting neuropsychological screenings and evaluations, Quantitative EEGs, neurofeedback, biofeedback, cognitive rehabilitation, entrainment, CES, treatment for stress-related medical disorders, anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, chronic pain and chronic fatigue. The mind and body are intricately linked therefore, I partner with you to address both mental health problems such as anxiety and depression and stress related physical problems.
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  • Author:  April Eldemire, LMFT
  • About:   As a licensed marriage and family therapist I have worked with individuals, couples and families for almost a decade. I have particular specialty in the area of marital and couples therapy, and as a trained professional in Level I, II and III Gottman Method Couples Therapy, I often use this highly effective approach in my practice. Additionally, I am drawn to working with individuals struggling with the everyday stressors of life and use mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques.
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  • Author:  Sheila Hutchinson, M.Ed. ( psych ), member of OACCPP
  • About:   I have over twenty five years of experience in supporting adults and youth in facing and processing the challenges they meet. I've provided help to victims who are approved under the Victim Quick Response Program. I also wrote a book for the First Nation people entitled Rainbow Weavers: An Anthology of Hope. In 2003 I started Building Bridges For Youth which serves all youth in a farm setting. The Foundation received a Government of Ontario Trillium Financial award in 2006.
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  • Author:  Ganga Daryanani, R.S.W.
  • About:   Ganga Daryanani, RSW, was born in India and raised in many parts of the world. She received her degree in Social Work from Aemstelhorn University in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and speaks Sindhi, Dutch, English and Spanish. It is always her goal to help clients achieve their optimum emotional and spiritual growth. The nature of her therapy is a practical blend of ancient Eastern and contemporary Western wisdom and is applied according to the client's needs.
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  • Author:  Counseling Services for York Region, M.Ed (AE), M.Ed (CP), CCC
  • About:   Mr. Roopa M.Ed (AE)., M.Ed (CP) has received two Master's degrees from the University of Toronto. His first Master's degree was in Adult Education with a specialization in psychoeducation and his second Master's degree was in Counselling and Psychotherapy. With extensive research and practical skills, Mr. Roopa has been able to apply his knowledge and technique to help his clients better understand and process their life problems. He has years of success working with clients and patients.
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  • Author:  Kevin Kappler, Ph.D.
  • About:   I am a Life Coach who has been a psychologist for over 30 years helping individuals, couples, families children and adolescents. For the last six years I have been providing help on the phone, email and the internet since I have retired.It was the eight years of psychiatric emergency and thirty years of private practice that gave me the skills to think fast, understand your problem quickly and offer some specific suggestions for anyone who asks for help.
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  • Author:  Elaine M. Corona, MSW, LCSW
  • About:   Would you like to ease your anxiety and achieve a greater sense of well-being? I can help you to do just that, as we integrate some unique therapies into our work together. I have been fine-tuning my skills for many years and have found effective tools and therapies to share with you that often have quick and long-lasting results. Whether you suffer with anxiety or depression or whether it is your child who is suffering, there is help, and things can get better.
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  • Author:  Donald Olund, MA, LCPC, NCC
  • About:   Don is a relational communication specialist. As one of five siblings, Don knew that to get along he had to be flexible and respectful. He carried these core elements into his professional career. In addition to his clinical practice, Don is also a writer and public speaker. His book entitled Bringing Respect Back, was published in 2013. He is a frequent speaker in churches, retreats and workshops while serving as a lecturer on the faculty of the Graduate School at Governors State University.
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