End of Life

Rebecca Lederman

Whether you are suffering from OCD, social anxiety, depression, people-pleasing, existential fears, relationship concerns, fear or shame, you deserve to feel important, understood, and cared for. I am committed to showing up for you.

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Debi Jenkins Frankle

There are few things I’m as passionate about as helping other clinicians and practitioners better support their grieving clients. I see it as a true path to help heal the world! Initially driven to better understand my own barrage of suffocating grief, I found myself transfixed on how my experience and grief education could help…

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Patsy Gough

I’m a trauma-informed therapist based in Brighton, UK. I work with clients in the UK and across Europe. My practice is intersectional, and neurodivergence & LGBTQ affirmative.

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Amber Privett

I’m passionate about helping my clients start their healing journey and find true inner peace. I love learning and am always looking for new ways to challenge myself. I’m committed to my own journey of learning and growth, so we’re in this together!

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Maureen Clancy

** Seeing clients in New Jersey and New York **
For the past 21 years, we’ve been helping women who’ve experienced childhood trauma go through enormous life changes, using a compassionate, bottom-up, somatic framework for healing.

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Ella A. Weiss

I have been licensed as a marriage and family therapist since 1989, and primarily work with adults with affective and anxiety disorder. I have completed the emdr basic training parts 1 and 2 as of september 2018. This year I hope to be certified.

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Claire Stuebe, MA, NCC, LCMHC

Encompassing compassion and practicality, Claire uses cognitive behavioral (CBT), mindfulness, and short-term solution-focused therapy often in her direct practice.

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Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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Megan Kniffen

It took a lot of courage for you to get here and you’re not alone in this process. My goal is to help you feel comfortable so we can do the hard work We are living in a time with so many stressors, but you are taking the right steps by seeking a partner in…

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