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Patricia A. Schafer, Ph.D.

U.S.
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I specialize in various forms of depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and also stress, phobias, life changes, grief, women's issues, men's issues, etc. My licenses are: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor -Supervisor(LPCC-S) and Licensed Professional Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC) in the state of Ohio and a National Certified Counselor (NCC).

clement sadjere

Nigeria
Available
I can answer question relating to general counseling question,infidelity in family sexual abuse, broken homes,adultery, courtship and marriage compatibility.

Maia

Canada
Available
I can answer any counseling concern related to coping with stress, emotional imbalance, sibling rivalry, marital relationship, spiritual confusion that affected/affecting and will affect your well-being. I am not the usual "what is in the box!" type of counselor. I am very polite and gentle but direct to help you understand your situation. I also use pastoral technique to help you understand that human needs supernatural power from the source in order to cope with stressors. Please be informed that I am very much welcoming in any questions you would like to ask but PLEASE DON'T BE RUDE in the stating the subject/concern. ANY FOUL LANGUAGE can restrict me to entertain your queries. Thank you very much.

Joel Simon

U.S.
Available
General questions about counseling, psychotherapy and mental health.

Nori Muster

U.S.
Available
Art therapy, positive thinking, and abuse recovery.

Graig Yarbrough

U.S.
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Most of the problems you have, are connected to your emotions. Your body follows your mind. What you think or have been thinking, you express in your body. That includes, pain, sickness, and anxiety. If you experience anger, that experience is a bodily feeling event. These feelings motivate behavior. Think of how you behaved the last time you experienced anger. What would that experience be like if there was no anger? These experiences color everything you do. Learn more about this and ways you can release these feeling states for the freedom you desire.

Daniel Keeran

U.S.
Available
I am able to answer personal questions about relationships, parent, child, self-help, marriage, counseling, depression, sexual abuse, rape trauma, bereavement, grief, death of loved one, child abduction, conflict at work, separation, divorce, break-up, fear of remaining single, infertility, childlessness, anger management, verbal abuse, family violence, repeating unhealthy relationships, substance abuse, addiction, childhood abuse, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, loneliness, co-dependency, porn addiction, religious alienation, bi-polar disorder, homelessness, anti-social personality, foster care, borderline personality disorder, psychology, mental health, adoption, bankruptcy, insomnia, agoraphobia, social anxiety

Laura Giles, MSW

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about sexual assault, sex offending, domestic violence, substance abuse, acudetox, hypnosis, biofeedback, neurofeedback, ADHD, relationship issues, and run of the mill mental health questions.

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2017-01-11 Dad's anger after mom's death:

Hi Sid,    I would say the place you need  to start is letting go of this pain.    Feelings are the body's reaction to thoughts and thought  processes. They are one in the same, just two ways of expressing

2017-01-11 Grieving mom's unexpected death:

Sid,  first, my sympathies on the loss of your mom.  Having worked for our local hospice as the coordinator of bereavement services, I've learned a lot from the people who I saw. First, is to accept the

2017-01-05 COUNSELING:

Hi, Andrew.  I'll do my best to answer your questions.  In terms of how counseling may help, from my perspective as a solution-focused practitioner, I would answer that this all depends on what your personal

2016-12-05 Help:

Hi Aishwarya,    Sorry you are having problems with math and concentration.    I feel you are not getting enough sleep.  Teenagers need extra sleep due to  growth and development of the body and mind.

2016-12-01 very unhappy:

Hello Holly - thank you for your question. I'm not sure what thing will "usually take a week."   What does that refer to? How long it will take for something to arrive? How long it will take for someone

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