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If you are seeking a secure space for your therapeutic process where you can address a painful experience, better your relationship, or gain more insight into yourself, I can help provide meaningful change and growth.

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Deyja Kauffman

My approach to therapy includes a focus on helping an individual, a couple or a family gain a deeper awareness into how their past and present affect the way they experience their present and future. The more a client understands how and why they think and feel the way they do, the easier it becomes to use that insight to make better choices in life, work, and relationships.


Individual counseling is a unique experience that allows you the opportunity to take a deeper look at yourself, your thoughts, behaviors, and the subsequent outcomes.


Couples counseling helps partners feel emotionally connected with each other. When couples struggle with emotional and physical intimacy, it may be caused by fears of rejection, inadequacy, miscommunication, resentment, past history of trauma, feeling exhausted and overwhelmed.


You can benefit from fertility-specific counseling if you are an individual or a couple undergoing fertility treatments (IUIs and IVFs), coping with miscarriage, or even exploring alternative options to grow your family, like infant/child adoption or surrogacy. Perhaps you need to talk through considerations like third party reproduction, becoming a single mother by choice (SMC), embryo adoption – or choosing a childfree life.

Regardless of where you are on your reproductive journey, fertility counseling is an important resource that will help you by providing you with the tools you need to navigate the emotions that come up along the way so you can thoughtfully explore the options to grow the family that is right for you.

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  • Anxiety and stress

  • Abortion, Pregnancy Loss, and Miscarriage

  • Social stress/anxiety

  • Depression and mood disorders

  • Relationship concerns

  • Interpersonal communication

  • Infertility

  • Self-esteem

  • Body image concerns

  • Attachment insecurity

  • Grief and loss

  • Family of origin issues

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