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Emotional Abuse Is Far Worse Than You Think — STEPS TO EXCELLENCE IN YOUR LIFE.


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Psychotherapy by Madeleine P. Maya


Psychotherapy is often thought of being a therapy for the mentally ill or personality disordered, when in fact, it is a talk therapy that can benefit everyone, in all walks of life with all backgrounds and histories.

Psychotherapy can be taken by Individuals, Children or Adolescents, Couples, Families, Groups, and Seniors. All age ranges can be benefited at critical moments of their lives or as aids in developing their best potential for growth and maturity.

Psychotherapy helps those who want to address issues and are looking for help to solve problems, however,  it is also it a magnificent method to help discover oneself and assist in one realizing one’s full potential.

This practice, provided by professionals with Masters and Doctorates in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Medicine in Psychiatry, Nursing, and Education. Psychotherapy can help transform your thinking, feeling, and in turn your relationships with others facilitating a life of improved wellness both psychologically, emotionally, and physically. It enables satisfying interactions with others both in professional and personal relationships concluding in a potentially more satisfying and successful life.

Psychotherapy is designed to reach one’s maximin potential regardless of your mental status. Wellness is a state we require and should strive to achieve every day of our life. Wellness can be gained through Psychotherapy which is not only for the treatment of the mentally ill.

If you seek to improve and reach your ultimate potential, self-discover, become more self-aware, reach a state of wellness, and thrive in your relationships and reach an improved you and succeed the best you can, I encourage and motivate everyone to experience a time dedicated to their own Psychotherapy.

Madeleine Maya, MA, Psy.D.

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Listen with the intent to Understand and not with one to Respond! Photo Reflections by Madeleine P. Maya


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Those who ask for therapeutic help are healthier individuals than those that to do not. It takes insight and strength to reach out for help. It takes healthy coping skills to reach out. Don’t be afraid! Photo Reflections by Madeleine P. Maya


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Love thyself and be loving to others. Nourish yourself and others daily with Loving Acts and Words. Photo Reflections by Madeleine P. Maya


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“I encourage people to remember that “No” is a complete sentence.” ~ Gavin de Becker 1. Identify current boundary crossers The first step in setting healthy boundaries is identifying who it is that is the boundary crosser. How does this person make you feel? Most likely, telling this person how you feel will get you no […]

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In each of our life times learn to Let Go, Forgive, Be Compassionate, Empathize, Respect, be Kind, Smile and Love! Madeleine P. Maya


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Don’t be so proud and stubborn that it separates you from others and affects your relationships! Madeleine P. Maya


Antelope Canyon, by SARA

Antelope Canyon, by SARA

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Breathe and Learn to LET GO! Madeleine P. Maya


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Spanish Sculpture Photo By Dr. Jaime Pujals


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