Posts Tagged ‘Counselor’

Create Change Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

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Create Change began with Sheila Walty and her dream of developing a center for personal growth and professional development in 2007. Since then, the business has expanded from counseling and life coaching to a full-service agency with a staff of six mental health professionals. In addition to psychotherapy, Create Change now offers psychiatry, nursing, mediation, alcohol…

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New Location in the Pearl District!

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Create Change will be moving to the Pearl West Building on September 1, 2017. We are excited to announce that we will have a ground floor entrance, an elevator to second floor and two private offices in addition to group meeting space.

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Create Change Welcomes Mary Cross, CSWA

Mary Cross is joining Create Change with 14 years of professional social work experience. She specializes in grief and loss and brings drug and alcohol counseling expertise as well. Mary enjoys working with adults, couples and families and is familiar with both multigenerational and multicultural issues. She embraces each person’s uniqueness bringing an openness to her style of therapy. Mary is a Certified Mediator and is looking forward to bringing this service to the Pearl District of Portland.

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Beyond Affirmations, Willpower, and Positive Thinking

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Decades of research has shown that our subconscious brain controls much of what we do and how we think. The subconscious is a part of our brain that has been programmed by our experiences in life. Often we set out to change behaviors and beliefs in our conscious mind only to be sabotaged by the…

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What Our Clients Are Saying

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“Thank you for showing me how to find myself again.. once my divorce started I lost all focus and drive… thanks to your help and self sacrifice I’m back and way stronger than before… now I can look forward to working on the other things that put me there.. being hit by a drunk driver in 2005… you are a special counselor with a gift to see exactly what that person is missing in their life and how to help them get it back. Now as you have helped me, I get to keep helping others in the gym while staying focused on my healing process. You’re on the path to being one of the most creative and intelligent counselors counseling has ever seen. Thank you.”

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