Such interactions across cultures often times can be difficult even in the best of situations. In many cultures, what is considered acceptable interactions in one culture often times translates as inappropriate and rude interaction in another culture. A review of the literature demonstrates there is no culturally acceptable standardized practice protocol for Advanced Practice Registered Nurse to disseminate such information to their patients.
I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Missouri and have been in practice for over twenty years. I have a general practice that includes depression and anxiety disorders. I specialize in addictions; including substance abuse, co-dependency, and eating disorders. I see individuals, couples, and families; and have extensive experience working with members of the gay and lesbian community.
My goal is to help you find solutions to your problems. Two guiding principles for change are compassion and accountability. Compassion helps us hang in there when life is hard. Accountability compels us to use what we learn, as it turns us away from self-pity and blame.
My approach is active, direct and flexible. I employ cognitive, behavioral, insight, relaxation training, and mind, body, spirit approaches. My career began in health care, and I offer over 20 years experience. I particularly enjoy working on relationship issues with people of all ages.
I work primarily with mature teens and adults of all ages. I do not believe in quick fixes or instant cures. I do believe in careful and thoughtful therapeutic work that can bring some relief in the short term and increasing understanding and more solid functioning over time.
I believe my responsibility as your therapist is to continue to do my own work which enables me to be a non-anxious and caring presence who can help you find your own answers.
I believe we are all complex beings including mind, body and spirit so that unrest in any part of this neuro-bio-chemical-spiritual system will cause unrest in the other parts. Consequently, I encourage clients to be sensitive to and take care of each part of their being.
My clinical experience over many years is varied. I have worked with Active Duty military, Reservists, National Guard members and the families of each, both in this country and abroad.
This included working with severe PTSD symptoms, family violence, sexual assaults, addictions, gender and sexual identity struggles, cultural adaptation issues, loneliness, grief and loss.
It is this theory that undergirds my practice. I am trained in Critical Incident Stress Management. I have extensive training, a wide range of experience and have helped a broad spectrum of clients.Reports indicate that the live stream of last week’s service during the fast transmitted very well.
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Rebecca Kaiser, LPC. I believe that the problems we experience in life have solutions and I will work with you to help you find them! You may not realize that those solutions lie within yourself and by actively listening to you, giving feedback and suggestions, I can help bring them to your awareness.
Addiction affects people of all races, socioeconomic backgrounds, and lifestyles. This specialization can help you learn to identify the needs of families, individuals, and communities whose lives have been affected by addiction.
Doctor of Social Work (DSW) Curriculum; Addictions and Social Work every doctoral study makes a fresh. You want to help but nothing seems to work. The addicted person is unable to take hold, but not ready to accept aid from outside.
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