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Family Therapy

The family is the heart of cultures around the globe. Relationships within families are among the strongest connections we have, and can also, at times, be the most troubling. People are complicated and when disharmony arises in families it affects all the members. Family issues are common on all levels of society and it’s sometimes […]

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Jacob Weinberg, LICSW

Read Jacob’s articles Works with: Adolescents (starting around age 15), adults, families, groups Therapy Approach: Strengths-based, cognitive behavioral (CBT), solution-focused, positive psychology Specialties: Anxiety, depression, ADHD, coping with academic, relationship, family or medical issues Get to Know: I believe that effective therapy helps you feel understood, more aware, empowered and ultimately better able to effectively […]

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Kirstie Olofsson, LICSW

Works with: Adolescents (15+) Adults and couples. Therapy Approach: As a Social Worker, I believe that in order to have a successful and meaningful therapeutic experience it is necessary to work  in a way that is collaboratively, open and active. I am ready to listen and to share my thoughts (and my sense of humor) […]

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Fatima Aydin, PhD

Fatima Aydin, PhD Read Fatima’s Blog Works with: Adults, couples and families Therapy Approach: Individual, couples, family and group therapy Specialties: Depression & Anxiety, Relationship issues, Couples Therapy, Career issues, Cultural adjustment, Women’s issues, Self-esteem, Life coaching Get to Know: I believe that good therapy helps people let go of unnecessary burdens and unleashes their […]

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