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View . Matching Therapists providing teletherapy to clients in Wisconsin. I understand that taking the first step in seeking help can be intimidating, and I want you to feel as comfortable as possible by providing a safe, calm, non-judgmental, and confidential atmosphere for us to talk, reflect, laugh, and process. I want to work with you to find solutions that will benefit you in the struggles you're facing, and find tools that will help you for the long term. Parenting, career decisions, and relationship struggles are certainly challenging, but I have helped many people work through these situations and come out feeling more empowered and confident in handling them.
After bad things happen like getting hurt, abuse or neglect in childhood, sexual assault, medical scares such as major surgery, diagnosis, or birth trauma, it's common for people to feel guilt, shame, on edge, mood swings, or like you can't move on. It is also common for these experiences to show up in the form of nightmares or flashbacks of memories or as if our body is re-experiencing it. You may feel confused about why you are responding this way. What you are experiencing is normal and trauma treatment can help provide support, guidance, and help you find your way back towards a better life.
Now providing Telehealth Conferencing for children, adolescents, adults, and families in Wisconsin. Quartz is waiving all copays and telehealth psychotherapy is covered percent during the COVID epidemic. Jackson is here to provide support to those who are in need of immediate needs related to the current crisis as well as ongoing issues. Focus areas include life transitions, including returning veterans, crisis, and recovery counseling. My specific training is in PTSD recovery; relationship coaching; readjustment to home, work, and community; anger management; EMDR; and protocols to work on depression, anxiety, insomnia, and chronic pain.
I enjoy working with individuals of all ages, as well as families. I strive to create a therapeutic space that is open, affirming, and without judgement. Together we will work as a team to explore areas for reflection, healing, and growth. I work with individuals to assist in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, self-image, relationships, life transitions, and stress. I utilize the tools of trauma-informed care, self-compassion, and Dialectical Informed Behavioral Therapy to assist clients with these challenges.
I help couples who are struggling with each other and single people who are looking to lay the foundations of great future relationships. Whether you are recovering from a broken heart, trying to repair a partnership, working to manage a toxic interpersonal situation, or need to learn the communication and connection skills that will help a new relationship succeed, I can offer you the support and education you need and help you find clarity and peace in your interpersonal life. Like works of art, we are all unique individuals with diverse life experiences and circumstances; I believe therapy should be specifically catered to each person and their journey.
I enjoy working with people across the lifespan, but I have expertise and a tender appreciation for working with adolescents and young adults. We are queer and trans clinicians who have expertise in supporting those recovering from trauma, management of anxious and depressive symptoms, exploration of ways to make relationships work for you, and finding joy in authenticity.
I aspire to support you in building resilience, in crafting and owning your narratives in ways that honor your strengths and knowledge, and in partnering with you in the service of your therapeutic goals. Lauren is a d Professional Counselor who earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Valparaiso University and is a nationally certified counselor. Lauren works with individuals of all ages and has experience working in outpatient, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization levels of care.
It is used at home and the whole family can train. I practice sex therapy, individual therapy, and couples therapy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I enjoy helping clients ages with issues in individual mental health, sex and sexuality, relationships, and family dynamics. Using a radically body- and sex-positive approach, I help people with sexual concerns including sexual pain, desire and arousal issues, out of control sexual behavior, difficulty with orgasm, recovering healthy sexuality after trauma, polyamory, swinging, kink, gender and orientation discovery, and concerns over porn usage.
Cultural humility and racial justice are very important to me. Health at Every Size aligned. My focus is in working with clients who live in some way that is outside of a societal expectation or norm. My style is rooted in the idea of collective liberation, and my clients are queer folx, trans folx, changemakers and activists, those living with chronic illness, survivors of relational and systemic trauma; those with body types, cultural identities, family or relationship structures that differ from those represented frequently or positively in mainstream media.
Beran is a d Clinical Psychologist who has been providing evidence-based psychological care to individuals for the last 17 years. A firm believer that academic knowledge is only part of what makes a quality therapist, Dr. Beran combines her in-depth psychological training with warmth, humor, and affection for her clients.
The people I work with ask big questions: How do I want to live my life? How do I heal or integrate what I've been through? What do I want from myself and my relationships? What's a healthy boundary? Who do I want to become?
How can I live out my gender and sexuality most authentically? I work with people who feel deeply and want a richer experience from their emotional lives without it overwhelming them; with people whose sexual and gender expressions have been met with hostility or misunderstanding; with those who need an intentional and fiercely compassionate space to learn more about themselves, others, and the world.
Many of us struggle daily with issues like anxiety, stress, depression, anger or just feeling misunderstood. We may feel stuck and ashamed at our inability to just will ourselves into being "better". This internal suffering is so common, but the good news is we all possess an internal capacity for change. It hurts to feel "stuck", but making changes can also be hard to do on our own.
I have years of experience working with folks with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, addiction, stress and other personal challenges. I am specially trained and committed to supporting clients in the LGBTQ community and immigrant populations. Her work ethic is indisputable and she is completely invested in creating a cohesive work environment adhering to values such as mutual respect and equality. She believes healthy doses of restraint combined with self discipline are key components to her success both personally and professionally.
Deirdre is highly regarded by her peers and is a long-standing staple within the community where she is committed to creating a safe secure environment for her clients and colleagues. Holland currently maintains an established private practice. Growing up in a small, midwestern town, I came to realize that we don't get nearly enough information on how to properly engage with one another in our relationships in healthy and fulfilling ways. As a queer and trans person, the lack of information was exponentially worse. As a therapist, I want to be there for people who recognize this and want to have better relationships with others and with themselves.
I also want to be there especially for my fellow queer and transgender people given how lonely I felt thinking that there were no therapists like me. While I didn't get that, I want to BE that for others. I believe that every person has the ability to grow, change and overcome obstacles in their life.
Within the nurturing environment of a therapeutic relationship, individuals can deepen their understanding of themselves, while learning new ways to handle life's difficulties. I strive to be compassionate, non-judgmental, genuine and down-to-earth, so individuals feel safe and comfortable sharing their deepest feelings.
If this is your first time seeking counseling, please know that I will help you feel as comfortable as possible. Please see my website to watch my introduction video and to learn more about me and my practice. Life is full of surprises. Unexpected situations occur that impact the ways in which we cope with the world and our circumstances. Handling these issues over and over can leave us feeling exhausted, frustrated, out-of-control and saddened.
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