Anger Management

Marilyn Grace Kistler

I am licensed in the state of Michigan as a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Counseling from Spring Arbor University and I am certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors and am certified as an EMDR therapist.

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Susan Faurot

I am a LMFT practicing in Monterey CA. I have been licensed for 37 years. I have worked for a group therapy practice called Wellspring Psychological Services for 5 years. I also have a very small private practice. I primarily work with trauma.

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Sarah Joseph

I am an EMDR-trained therapist who helps clients explore how their nervous system has adapted to stress and trauma over their life span. My background is in trauma-sensitive yoga. I am pursuing training in Internal Family Systems Therapy and EFIT.

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Courtney Hanley Sherron

I have over ten years of experience working with individuals living with and overcoming trauma, childhood abuse/neglect, sexual violence, domestic violence, infidelity, and grief. I specialize in treating PSTD and other trauma-related disorders.

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Gabrielle Kilgore

I believe that while no life is without some measure of pain or struggle; therapy can be a transformative, healing process which opens the door to a more fulfilling relationship with yourself and others.

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Julie A Hanson

With over 25 years of experience, Inner-Evolution Counseling, Coaching and Yoga draws from a blend of eastern wisdom and western science to compassionately guide individuals, families, and groups toward their highest potential.

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Vivian L Morgan

Vivian works well with children, families, and adults who are looking for relieve from distress, trauma, or mood disturbances. She takes a Family systems, Cognitive Behavioral, and Expressive (sand tray therapy, art activities, mindfulness) approach.

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Barbara Maresca

People come to see me for help with a wide range mental health and relational struggles. I view the difficulties people face not as simply disorders, but as learned behavior that serve important purposes. I use a trauma-informed lens and attachment science to understand relational conflicts and personal patterns. I tap into my understanding of…

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Stephanie Michelle Taylor

Hi, how are you?

This is a typical question; however, they make a big difference in a person’s life. Possible differences can range from making you smile, giving you the chance to vent, and/or providing you with an emotional outlet.

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