Buddhist Psychology

Krystal Ying

Hi there ~ I help survivors of trauma and/or stressful life events reclaim their strength and power to live more fully in the present moment.

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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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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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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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Charles Michael King

Charles (Charlie) King is a LPC, LMFT-Associate, and LCDC. Charlie received his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Lewis University, MBA from Saint Leo University, M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Liberty University and M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Houston Baptist University. He is a veteran of the United States Navy. In 2014 Charlie received an…

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Andrea Dabney Boyd

I am about to launch my private practice focusing on working with teens and young adults. I have background in working with serious mental illness, and women and families affected by domestic violence, immigration and poverty.

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