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My approach to therapy is a holistic one, catering to the needs of each client as everyone is different. I provide counselling to individuals, couples and families with emphasis on a Family Systems approach. The interventions I use can vary as I meet the clients’ needs, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Theory and Psychodynamic Therapy. Every step we take we will take it together.

On Core Spirit since January 18

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I am a passionate and dedicated mental health professional with an unwavering commitment to guiding individuals on their journey to embrace their unique selves and foster mental well-being. As a proud parent, I understand firsthand the challenges life presents and the importance of cultivating resilience and self-compassion.

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Hello my name is Jason Alicea and I am a licensed psychotherapist and I believe the biggest lie in my industry that you’re told is, there’s something wrong with you, and you have to fix it. I believe we are a result of our circumstances and our relationships. That’s why I am committed to using understanding your story, finding your strengths, and creating a path toward your best self.

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I believe that understanding one's past experiences and relationships is crucial in understanding the present, and that by exploring this we can work together to create a positive change. I also believe that by focusing on strengths and positive aspects of one's life, we can build resilience and increase overall well-being. I have experience working with individuals, couples and families, and I am passionate about helping people create meaningful and fulfilling lives.

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If you're looking to improve your emotional well-being, build stronger relationships, and reach your goals, I would be honored to work with you.

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