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Suzanne was definitely one of the best counselors I've ever had. Her office had a very comfortable environment and atmosphere, and Suzanne herself was open, understanding, non-judgmental--all those things you want in a counselor.
I definitely 'felt stuck' in life and was renewing my New Year's resolutions almost daily without accomplishing much. I knew I needed a coach more than a counselor. David is giving me purpose to act and provides me with a level of accountability which was lacking before. Being in my late forties, my coach has given me back my optimism to live life to its fullest in my own way without fear of being judged...a life without fear actually. David is getting me unstuck from my past which is tremendously liberating! I highly recommend Third Force Life Coaching.
I love Ron!!! He is the best hypnotherapist I have ever worked with and produces the fastest and most amazing results! I know because he helped me before, during and after my cancer surgery and treatments and I am now feeling wonderful! The doctors are amazed at how well I have recovered, and I credit a huge part of it to Ron's incredible healing abilities with hypnosis. I recommend him to all my friends whenever they could benefit from hypnotherapy of any kind. He has also done amazing work for my husband as well! Thank you Ron!
Dean has been a solid couples therapist for my husband and I. Really helped us stay on track and continue to make progress.
Went in with my husband for marital counseling for the first time. Kristal was great! She made mine and my husband's thoughts and feeling feel validated and heard. She gave us techniques to use and goals to accomplish. I left feeling very hopeful and have been able to use her techniques already!! Thank you Kristal!!!
Sheila is a compassionate therapist. She gives me the time I need to clearly express my experiences. Sheila has also offered me intentional listening, and has helped me process my thoughts and feelings in order for me to reach a peaceful place in my life.
Julie is one of those rare Reiki Masters that continues to teach according to the original teachings. The attunements are pure and I found that her class was deeply spiritual and uplifting. If you want to take a Reiki class that follows the Usui tradition, then this is the one! Namaste
Lori is a warm and caring therapist! She's very empathetic to others' struggles and helps them find solutions. I highly recommend her!
Andy is a kind person with a very caring heart!
Elena and I have been working together for 2.5 years and I have made more progress with her than I made with any of my previous therapists. She gives you the tools to adjust your behavior while taking seriously the effects of the environment. While Elena helps you take control of your life, she deeply appreciates the external factors in a way therapists usually don't. She's a very warm and friendly person, and it feels more like you're having a conversation with a highly empathetic friend than your therapist. She also understands the unique challenges that come with being a person of color in the world and deeply appreciates and helps analyze people's experiences related to identity. She also helps one work through those issues and doesn't dismiss them as therapists in my past have. I feel wholly understood by her and recommend her highly for people of all backgrounds to work with.
Anita is amazing! She immediately gets to the roots of communication issues and provides the remedy. We have been a much better team thanks to Anita.
Worked with us and was very personable. We highly recommend Daniel for pre-marital counseling.
My therapeutic style is very direct and outcome oriented. I integrate coaching techniques and NLP into my counseling therapies (CBT, SFT, IFS). Most problems are solvable no matter how they feel. Learning how to discern what isn't working is as much a part of the process as creating something new that does work. Taking a mixed approach offers both sides of effective change: therapy is dig, discover and decide; coaching is apply, practice, practice, practice.