Gregory GoodenLicensed Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT110967, CATC-IV 122965
I enjoy working with clients who are faced with life changes, mal-adaptive coping mechanisms, struggles with personal identity, and relationship and sexuality issues.
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I support teens, young adults, and adult women with creating a new relationship with the self through a holistic lens using self-compassion and somatic practices. For adults who are open to a deeper level of discovery, I offer Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) when appropriate. Do you feel overwhelmed by emotion, disconnected from your body, or sensitive to the world around you? I specialize in Highly Sensitive People and women who want to create a life they love.
My specialty is working with adult individuals and couples dealing with relationship issues rooted in trauma; mostly dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), childhood trauma, domestic violence and sexual assault. I work with Black, Indigenous, People of Color. Clients that typically form a strong connection with me are other therapists, their partners, individuals in the LGBTQ community, immigrants and adult children of immigrants (25-50 y/o).
Hi! I am a self-esteem, ADHD and body image specialist. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and work with teen and adult individuals, age 17 and above. My passion is in helping individuals struggling with negative body image, executive function issues and/or depression, work on building up their self-esteem, learn about their brain, decrease perfectionism and anxiety, and develop healthy relationships. I help clients develop a deeper sense of self-worth and more fulfilling life.
At Relationships For Better, our clients are highly motivated to address long-standing patterns in their lives that inhibit them from thriving. Whether addressing communication challenges, or facing difficulty regulating emotions like anxiety or anger, our clients are ready to work on solutions. Our therapy team is non-judgemental, compassionate, and skilled in helping individuals and couples work towards healthy relationships with others.
Do you sometimes feel stressed, exhausted, unfulfilled, or disconnected? When triggered do you shut down, have unexpected emotions, or dissociate? Do you work hard to please others and be successful, but no matter what you do, it never feels like you are good enough? Therapy may be able to help you learn new coping skills, decrease painful emotions and negative thoughts about yourself related to past events, and become more resilient.
I work best with adolescents and adults who are seeking a compassionate and genuine therapy relationship to understand themselves, regain or build personal strength, and make choices to have the life they want. Growth takes place within this curious and supportive relationship, often by developing a deeper sense of the themes or patterns in their life, learning what is unchangeable, knowing how you understand yourself and your worth, and changing beliefs you have that interfere with your life.
Do you feel like you are losing control? Have you been feeling down, anxious or overwhelmed? Are you having communication issues with somebody in your life? If any of these apply to you, don’t worry. You are not alone and I want to help! Taking the first step in your emotional healing can be the hardest. Life is full of ups and downs; sometimes we need a little extra help to get through it. Like the lighthouse, I would like to guide you through your healing journey. You can count on me
I love to help clients feel empowered to better understand their life experiences, wants, needs, and values. I work with people experiencing anxiety, sadness, grief, and sometimes just generally feeling lost. I have worked across differences in race, gender, sexual orientation, age and religion, and I deeply respect and appreciate the diversity of life experiences my clients come in with.
Some challenges that clients bring to our work include anxiety, depression, gender exploration, sexuality, grief/loss, relationships issues, workplace issues, and life transitions. I enjoy working with individuals and couples/non-monogamous partnerships. I have specialized training and experience working with LGBTQIA+ clients and current and former athletes.
Our therapists specialize in addressing a wide range of mental health concerns with tailoring to identity trauma. We understand the profound impact of traumatic experiences and the importance of finding inner strength. We are committed to serving individuals from marginalized groups, including but not limited to people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, and those who face societal barriers. Our practice is a safe haven where you can be your authentic self, free from judgment and discrimination.
While I work with a wide range of folks, I tend to be the person folks come to when other therapies haven't worked. Relational Somatic Psychotherapy is a deep and powerful therapeutic approach. It works at a very deep and primal level. We combine neuro-biologically informed treatment with mindfulness, movement, traditional talk therapy, drama therapy and more, all in the container of our relationship.
Feeling lost or overwhelmed? Juggling others' needs at the expense of your own? These struggles might stem from toxic relationships, past experiences, or emotional battles. I'm here to help you reshape your thoughts, cultivating a sense of security and inner resilience.
Focusing on the needs of people in ENM and poly relationships, I address the complexities of relationships by examining one's own deepest needs desires and longings. Some of my clients are victims of sexual trauma. Some of my clients deal with crippling anxiety, phobias and anger. Some of my clients have secrets and shame that they believe are too much to share with anyone. Some of my clients want to learn how to create harmony, but don't know where to start.
I work with individuals who are seeking support with depression, anxiety, ADHD, behavioral issues, marital conflicts, trauma, parenting, family conflict, phase of life issues, LGBT issues, grief and loss, and substance use. I have worked in county mental health, private agencies, and school based agencies which have serviced individuals from unique and diverse cultural backgrounds.
Claudia is an EMDR certified psychotherapist. Her expertise and training is in trauma recovery, couples counseling and family therapy (including work with youth and teens - issues in adolescence, adoption, foster care). Claudia works with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse & recovery, migration & acculturation, fertility issues, parenthood & post-partum, spiritual resiliency, grief & loss, chronic illness, and life & career transitions.
I help individuals in their 20s and 30s who feel lost, stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed. They feel like they have what constitutes a good life, but they are confused about why they are unhappy and feel unfulfilled. I help clients uncover all the ways they are being held back from being happier and more successful in their careers and life. Through my practice, I help people find direction, purpose, strength, happiness, and more in control of their life.
In essence, an ideal client for couples therapy is a couple that, despite the challenges and conflicts they face, are united in their effort to seek understanding, healing, and growth. They are ready to embark on a journey of transformation, equipped with respect for each other, commitment to the process, and a willingness to evolve both individually and collectively for the enrichment of their relationship.
Many of my clients care so deeply about their relationships that they feel burnt out, lonely, resentful, and guilty. Some of the common themes I work best with are: -confidently navigating interpersonal conflicts and misconnections -reducing work stress and bolstering career goals -showing up for and embracing identities such as being highly sensitive and neuro-diverse -Integrating their spiritual selves in sessions as they shape core values