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Nashville, Tennessee therapist: Leah Walker, MS, licensed professional counselor

Leah Walker, MS

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC-MHSP, LPCC-S, CMHC-S, LPC-S, NCC
GPC can help clients process negative feelings, hear worries and guilty feelings, and help work through the process of self-forgiveness/forgiveness of others.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in Louisville, KY
Online in Kentucky
Louisville, Kentucky therapist: Dr. C. Shawn Oak, Oak & Associates, LLC, marriage and family therapist

Dr. C. Shawn Oak, Oak & Associates, LLC

Marriage and Family Therapist, PHD, MSSW, LMFT (KY/IN) LSCW (IN), ACS, CLC, CMC
Forgiveness is the only way to free ourselves from the pain, disappointment, and anger that we develop when we get hurt. The course of forgiveness is a continuous and long journey. Forgiveness is a gift we give ourselves. It enables us to gain peace of mind and opens the door for new possibilities.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person in Louisville, KY 40243
Online in Kentucky
Boca Raton, Florida therapist: Dr. Sheryl Ferguson, psychologist

Dr. Sheryl Ferguson

Psychologist, (Psy.D.)
I can help you forgive. During our collaborative experience together, I will provide an empathic and caring space to help you move through your struggles, so you can live your best life. Together we will find ways towards a path of feeling better, leaning new coping skills to reconnect with your internal self.  
20 Years Experience
Online in Kentucky
Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist


Psychologist, Ph.D.
We can teach you to forgive.  
27 Years Experience
Online in Kentucky
Houghton Lake, Michigan therapist: Susan Spicer, psychologist

Susan Spicer

Psychologist, PhD
Drawing upon my extensive experience in working with clients, I've observed that forgiveness is a profound and transformative journey for individuals seeking emotional healing. In my therapeutic approach, I employ EMDR therapy as a powerful tool to guide you on this path to forgiveness. Recognizing that the journey towards forgiveness begins with processing the events that have contributed to your emotional wounds, we delve deep into the core beliefs about yourself that have sprouted from these experiences. Throughout my work with clients, I emphasize several fundamental principles about forgiveness. Firstly, it's essential to understand that forgiveness doesn't imply agreement with or condoning of the actions that have caused you harm. It also doesn't necessitate allowing the same hurt to be inflicted upon you again. It is possible to forgive and not forget. It is also possible to forgive without ever reconciling with the person who harmed you, as forgiveness is created and achieved for your own personal peace and well-being. Forgiveness is not a one-time event; it is a process that unfolds through stages. In our therapeutic journey together, we explore the "why" behind your desire to forgive, which serves as a powerful catalyst for determining the "how." This process allows us to navigate the complexities of forgiveness with clarity and purpose, ultimately paving the way for emotional liberation and healing.  
23 Years Experience
Online in Kentucky