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Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Esther Klein, LCSW

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Safety Harbor, FL – So much of who we are and what we do is controlled by our subconscious mind. Often when faced with an emotional problem, consciously we know what to do. So why aren’t we doing it?

Esther Klein is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in helping people build strong, healthy relationships, resolve trauma, and live authentic lives. With over 38 years of experience in private practice, Klein integrates both traditional and contemporary psychotherapy modalities to promote holistic healing and wellness.

In addition to traditional talk therapy, which is always the foundation, Klein now offers alternative modalities including (but not limited to) Eden Energy Medicine (EEM), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and the LifeLine Technique. The LifeLine technique is a sophisticated modality enabling clients to activate and integrate their subconscious patterns affecting the health of their body and the relationships in their lives by raising their consciousness.

“What I like about this approach is that it’s so complete and comprehensive,” says Klein.

According to Klein, our negative emotions disrupt our body's energy systems. These unresolved negative emotions are a major contributor to most physical pains and diseases.

“There’s so much new research in how the brain works, how energy works,” says Klein. “Research now shows that many ideas from systems such as yoga and acupuncture can be integrated into psychotherapy. Einstein was right: everything is energy!

“Everybody is the same and everybody is different,” adds Klein. “There are things we all want but we all have our own stories and ways of processing the world. My clients work with me to gain a different perspective which often helps them see things in a more positive way."

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