I like to ask “what happened to you?” instead of “what’s wrong with you?” Making sense of your story (how you got here, why are you staying, and where you would like to go) can be an integral part of healing. This can be done in many ways. Some of my favorite tools are Brainspotting (to clear trauma and expand hope), the Enneagram (for spiritual growth and self understanding), paying attention to what your body is saying (to raise emotional and body awareness), and exploring your history through an interpersonal and developmental trauma lens.

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Stephanie Camins, LPC

Hello, I am looking forward to helping you find your happiest, most successful place in life! You deserve to feel good about yourself, your relationships and your work. I specialize in the treatment of trauma and anxiety, stress management, life transitions, relationship issues, parenting, interpersonal struggles, work and career issues.

In working with clients I use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), EMDR, Brainspotting, Hypnotherapy, client-centered and systems modalities, tailoring treatment to the specific needs of each individual. Therapy is a collaborative effort in which the client and therapist work jointly to identify barriers to growth, resolve past traumas, and focus on strategies to improve wellness. My approach to counseling is warm, collaborative, supportive, and direct. My belief is that every person has the ability to heal, change and grow. A strong therapeutic relationship encourages trust and allows the client and therapist to work equally in a team approach on difficult issues. As part of this process, I work to create tools and coping skills to fit the needs of each unique person using a variety of techniques.​

Goals of Therapy:
Know yourself better
Alleviate emotional pain and negative thinking
Establish more effective coping mechanisms
Create and maintain healthy relationships
Develop self-confidence
Reach your full potential
Focus on problem-solving in a goal-oriented framework

I look forward to working with you!

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Joanne Zager, Ph.D. NY and PA licensed Psychologist

Are you experiencing anxiety, depression or confusion? Are you a  person  who has been experiencing symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD)? Do you have feelings and /or behaviors that may be a result of trauma, relationship problems, work or school stress? Collaboratively, we work to identify and resolve your concerns. I work with adults, families, students and the LGBT community – who you are adds dimension to our work together! I am a NY  and PA icensed psychologist in private practice. My cognitive behavioral approach is supplemented with guided imagery, EMDR and/or hypnosis.
“It is never too late to be what you might have been” George Eliot

I only accept people who live in New York State and Pennsylvania. as I am licensed in NY and PA

Ithaca, NY 14850 – Offering online therapy

  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Divorce
  • Grief
  • Infertility
  • Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self Esteem
  • Stress
  • Transgender
  • sex issues
  • Bisexual
  • Lesbian
  • Gay
  • Nonbinary
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Life has a tendency to come at you fast. It may feel like you’re living with an outdated Operating System, one not designed to effectively handle the present day reality. If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed, drained, isolated or flailing, you’re not the only one. These, and more, are very normal reactions to the times we presently live in; times marked by overstimulation and under-connection. In some sense, my work as a therapist is to help you upgrade your personal OS to better suit your needs and desires.

The secret mission of therapy is help you reset your implicit settings – the habits, patterns, the running narrative that streams through your head and the felt sense that flows through your body.

Leveraging somatic practices, the latest in neuroscience and clinical intuition, I am here to help you contact your innate self-righting capacity and embodied wisdom – a personalized treasure trove. Sessions with me often include: attention to the body and the breath, meditation and visualization work, Brainspotting, humor and embodied metaphor.

A little about me.

The therapeutic relationship is integral to productive therapy. As a therapist, my clients have described me as solid and kind (born of Midwestern parents), scrappy (raised outside of Philadelphia), straight-talking (middle of two sisters), intuitive and playful.

Working as a Somatic Psychotherapist isn’t a job for me; it’s the culmination of my work, interests and personal life over the past 25 years. The ways in which people change, grow and soar and why, in fact, therapy works are my favorite topics. I have a Master’s Degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies in Somatic Psychotherapy and worked at the Center for Somatic Psychotherapy in San Francisco before going into private practice.

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Judy began her journey as a Therapist and Case Manager with a Community Support Program.  Her journey moved into the medical field working as a Mental Health Therapist with adults and adolescents with health care and mental health issues.  She then transitioned to an Outpatient Mental Health Clinic as a Senior Therapist.  During her journey, an interest sparked in the area of neurosciences choosing to learn more about the brain and healing the brain/body connection.  It is with the neurosciences that she has a reputable record of helping adolescents and adults heal from challenging symptoms, traumatic experiences, and stress.

As a seasoned therapist, she uses a client-centered approach to assist in reaching clients goals and interweaves neurophysiology in her practice that allows for a deeper personal transformation.  She also includes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Skills and Meditations, Dialectical Behavioral Skills, Reality Therapy, and Brief-Solution Focused Therapy into her practice.  She has profound success working with individuals who experience anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, depression, trauma, dissociative disorders to name a few. As a Certified Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapist and a Certified Brainspotting (BSP) Therapist, she incorporates the neurophysiological aspects in her therapy practice.  Judy currently is working towards becoming a Brainspotting Consultant-In-Training.


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Helene E. Goble, LMFT

Processing trauma and other significant events is essential for a healthy state of mind. Understanding attachment and healthy boundaries can further help us understand what affects us, and how we can react with a healthy purpose. My passion is to teach my clients about their own neurobiology so they can move past therapy and thrive. I work with all ages, and types of issues, but specialize in ADHD and couples. I live and work in Carmichael, California with my dear husband of over 38 years. We have 4 adult boys and one (precious) granddaughter. Life is sweet.

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Carleen Bryant, MS, NCC, LPC, LPC-MH

I’m dedicated to finding real, actionable strategies for dealing with your challenges. I provide a warm, welcoming environment, and I will give you direct, open and honest feedback that you will be able to use to build a happier, more fulfilling life.

Often a person’s challenges are expressed in subtle and/or obvious ways. A tragic event, a fear, or a troubling circumstance can show up in multiple ways. Brainspotting is a way to help someone process through their difficulties with attunement, eye position, bilateral sounds, and body sensations. The results are incredible! I am certified in Brainspotting.

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Margaret Foster, LICSW-VT

Meg Foster, LICSW is a Senior Clinician in solo practice in Vermont, USA. Trauma Informed specialty in Brainspotting;Telemed only. Reciprocal consultations with like minded clinicians are invited.

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