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Life is filled with challenges. We all need help from time to time but asking for help may not be easy.

Each of us experience life and the world around us through a unique lens. Often what we believe becomes our reality. It is not just what happens to us but how we experience those events personally, based on what is most important to us, that in turn influences how we feel and behave. I love helping people connect the dots between their life experiences and their personal needs and values to understand how to heal from the past and move forward to a brighter, better future.

As a counselor, I take the time to hear you as an individual. I believe it’s important to find a therapist with whom you feel comfortable to be yourself. Together, we will figure out the root cause of what you are experiencing and identify ways you can live a more satisfying life.

I provide mental health counseling to adults, adolescents, and families. I work with individuals, but many couples and families seek out my services as well, whether they are trying to repair the hurts in the relationship or find amicable ways to divorce and co-parent.

I listen to my clients with genuine positive regard and assist them in finding coping strategies, making decisions, learning more about themselves, and gaining new perspectives. Some clients have shared with me they can talk about different things to different people in their lives, but can talk to me about anything and everything.

Remember, YOU are the expert in your own life, and my role as a clinician is to provide you with skills and strategies to help make your life easier, happier, and more fulfilling. I truly believe our mental health is just as important as our physical health; please feel free to contact me to discuss how I may be of help to you.

I can be reached directly at 973-963-7485 or etheodorou@theodoroutherapy.com.

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