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Find Japanese-speaking Therapists & Counselors in Greeley, CO.

 

A language barrier can make it impossible to communicate effectively, thwarting your therapy experience from the start. Good communication between you and your therapist is key to success in therapy.

If Japanese is your native language and you feel most comfortable expressing yourself in that language, you should seek therapy from a bilingual therapist or a Japanese-speaking therapist. Whether you are located in downtown Greeley, the suburbs of Greeley, other nearby places such as Fort Collins, Broomfield, or anywhere else in Colorado, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Ways a Language Barrier Can Hinder Therapy

Here are several ways that a language barrier can decrease the effectiveness of therapy and counseling:

  • It can cause a misdiagnosis based on an insufficient understanding of your symptoms.
  • Your therapist may misunderstand statements or cultural factors important to your health.
  • Without good communication, you may not fully understand the therapist’s treatment plan.

Due to the above reasons, it’s in your best interest to see a therapist who speaks your native language. We also encourage you to read licensed therapist Meredith Walker’s article to learn about additional things to consider when choosing a therapist.

See a Therapist Who Speaks Your Native Language Today!

Licensed Japanese-speaking therapists are available to get to know you, pinpoint your issues, and create a plan to get you on track toward a happier life. With Mental Health Match, finding a qualified bilingual therapist is easy! Start by browsing experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.

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Hayley Roberts
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focus on helping you feel heard and move towards making choices that commit to a life that feels fulfilling and valuable to you.


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Together, we will:

focus on helping you feel heard and move towards making choices that commit to a life that feels fulfilling and valuable to you.

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I work from an Acceptance and Commitment based approach which focuses on creating space for your present experiences, identifying what is important to you, and figuring out how to shift your choices in the direction of those values.

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Anna Khandrueva
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develop a close and trusting relationship. I will not push you past your comfort - we will work as a team to help you heal and grow after trauma and conflict. You will get a chance to discover who you really are and practice boundary-setting.


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develop a close and trusting relationship. I will not push you past your comfort - we will work as a team to help you heal and grow after trauma and conflict. You will get a chance to discover who you really are and practice boundary-setting.

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I work with couples and individuals. For couples, I use the practical and solution-focused Gottman Method. For individuals, I use EMDR therapy, mindfulness, and parts work 9internal family systems) depending on your needs.

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Lindsay Sova
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Together, we will build upon your strengths as we explore the root causes of your discomfort and unfold how your formative experiences might be impacting your present, empowering you to identify patterns that might be holding you back.


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Together, we will build upon your strengths as we explore the root causes of your discomfort and unfold how your formative experiences might be impacting your present, empowering you to identify patterns that might be holding you back.

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My style is integrative and holistic, and I am passionate about creating a space where you feel safe exploring the aspects of yourself that might be harder to reach. I weave therapies such as EMDR, psychodynamic, and mindfulness into my approach.

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Our time together will be spent working towards a solution as opposed to spending our time and energy focusing solely on the problem. This is known as using a Strengths-Based and Solution Focused approach to counseling.


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Our time together will be spent working towards a solution as opposed to spending our time and energy focusing solely on the problem. This is known as using a Strengths-Based and Solution Focused approach to counseling.

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My style is very approachable, relatable and applicable. I help clients identify their own strengths. Then, working together, we draw from these strengths as we develop a plan to move towards your desired change.

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Eric Eichler
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explore your particular individuality and its connection with your life history and desires. You’ll gain new insight and appreciation for who you are as you grow in expressing previously unspoken parts of yourself.


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explore your particular individuality and its connection with your life history and desires. You’ll gain new insight and appreciation for who you are as you grow in expressing previously unspoken parts of yourself.

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My approach is guided by the belief that a safe, supportive relationship is essential for positive change, and that change is possible. I have specialized training in psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy, health coaching, and mindfulness.

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