You need a crisis!

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My theoretical orientation as a psychotherapist is existentialism. I follow Viktor Frank’s approach. He lived through 4 concentration camps in World War 2. I highly suggest reading his book: A man’s search for meaning. I have read it a few times! With this approach we assist clients in discovering, finding, or creating the foundation of who they are.

It is not, why had life done this to me, but

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I'm a husband, father, veteran, and psychotherapists that is here to enjoy and share!

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