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Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
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I've been seeing Clare for over a year now. That's by far the longest I've ever seen any one therapist. She really helps me organize and rationalize my thoughts and I always feel better after talking to her."
"I think Clare is a wonderful therapist. She has been there for me in every way, especially dealing with my grieving process due to the loss of my daughter. She is hands on, and we have a great connection. I would recommend her services very highly, five stars. I am very particular in who I want as my therapist, she is really great."
"I just wanted to say thank you for all you have done for me.... You were breaking down my wall and helping me to heal in places I did not realize I needed to heal. Thank you. You are a wonderful therapist... Be Blessed."
"Ms Kramer has helped me find a bit of peace in this crazy world. I feel relieved to have a support like her"
" Ms. Kramer has opened our daughters eyes that life continues after you lose a loved one. The hour talk sessions have helped her understand that she can open up about the loss. After several months of therapy she is starting to smile, love her life and understand that life does continue even through the pain. I highly recommend Ms. Kramer! She is making tremendous progress with our daughter! "
A Harvard study found that over 30% of Americans feel some type of loneliness. That includes, 61% of young adults, and 51% of mothers with young children. And the affects of loneliness have only been made worse by the pandemic.
I’m here to help you cope… with the good, the bad, the ugly, and everything in between.
My ultimate goal is to help relieve the emotional pain of others. I work with adults 18 and older, which includes men, women, and members of the LGBTQA+ community.
I’m a Florida licensed Counselor with a graduate degree in Clinical Mental Heath. I chose to pursue licensure in the Sunshine State after obtaining my degree in 2013 because I found that the sunshine and the longer days were therapeutic, and I have always enjoyed my time here. A clear head, helps me to better serve my community. I received my BS in Gerontology, which is the study of aging, and that’s given me profound insight into the study of life — from birth to death.
I use an eclectic blend of techniques proven to be profoundly healing.
Artistic expression can be beneficial to mental health. A variety of mental health issues are addressed through drawing, painting, sand tray and various craft techniques. Art and expressive arts therapy are evidence-based practice for mental illness and offer an alternate or added strategy to traditional talk therapy.
Art and expressive arts therapy are forms of psychotherapy that help clients to communicate in a way that is not threatening and is not overwhelming. The focus is not on the product, but the process. A psychotherapist can ask the client to focus on a particular subject by working with symbolism and meaning or create in a free and playful way.
Studies have shown that art has a positive mental healing effect. In my practice I integrate various expressive arts and crafts into traditional talk therapy. Art and expressive arts therapy can make people feel more connected to themselves, have deeper insights, and heal on a subconscious level.