Religious Trauma

Destiny Winters

I help people with chronic illnesses reduce fatigue, reclaim their social life, and find joy in their relationships again. Together, we help your nervous system learn how to trust the world around you and within you.

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Deborah Beriro

I was born in Spain and moved to the states as a child. Have a B.A. from American University in D.C. and an M.S. in applied psych/mental health counseling from Lynn U. I am trilingual (Spanish, French and English.)

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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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Claire Horner

Claire Horner is known in Atlanta as ATL Shrink and The Relationship Translator. Therapist and advocate for clients seeking relief from sexual assault and those pursuing healthy relationships. Providing individual, group, and couple’s therapy.

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Karin Miller

Karin specializes in working with individuals who may be dealing with depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief and 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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Desirée N. Robinson

My name is Desirée N. Robinson and I support people in healing emotional wounds around Sex, Intimacy, Faith & Trauma. I am also a Bariatric Specialist supporting the shift in mental wellness with the rapid – and unpredictable – changes in the body.

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Desiree N. Robinson

My name is Desirée N. Robinson and I support people in healing emotional wounds around Sex, Intimacy & Trauma. I am also a Bariatric Specialist supporting the shift in mental wellness with the rapid – and unpredictable – changes in the body.

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Kate Wester

My integrative approach combines deeply relational, trauma-informed, somatic, contemplative, and expressive practices to support the recovery of your innate resilience and wholeness, and to strengthen your capacity to manage difficulties.

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