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Rita helps clients replace limiting beliefs with positive and self-empowering ones so they can enjoy a free and fulfilling life — it is that SIMPLE!

Individual Therapy

Transformational 1:1 Coaching With Rita Soman

Couples Therapy

Transformational 1:1 Coaching With Rita Soman

Group Therapy

Transformational 1:1 Coaching With Rita Soman

Hello! I’m Rita Soman MA, CADC III

Licensed Therapist

She masterfully blends psychotherapy with various processes that include PSYCH-K, The Emotion Code, The Healing Code, Emotional Freedom Technique®, Ho’oponopono, Access Consciousness®, and Hypnosis to help her clients transform the root cause of their problems at the subconscious level of the mind into a renewed sense of freedom and self-confidence.

My Expertise

Unexpected Mood Swings

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You’ve risen to the top. You’re out. You’re back on your feet in no time. It’s as if your days are only emotional roller coasters. Is this normal? That depends on how disruptive they are to your or others’ lives. Many things can affect your mood throughout the day. Body rhythms cause most people to feel upbeat and energetic around noon, but down later in the day.

Stress & Anxiety

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Most people experience stress and anxiety from time to time. Stress is any demand placed on your brain or physical body. The feeling of being stressed can be triggered by an event that makes you feel frustrated or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, worry, or unease. It can be a reaction to stress, or it can occur in people who are unable to identify significant stressors in their life.

Someone to Talk To

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Connecting and communicating with others is important no matter what you’re going through, especially if you’re dealing with illness, depression, addiction, bereavement, or just loneliness. So knowing what to do and where to look when you need to talk is critical. Trying to grit your teeth and go it alone never works. Your emotions are there whether you express them or not. Difficult emotions won’t go away if you ignore them. But by talking to someone else, you may be able to release some of the tension and negativity you’re feeling.

Family Member Conflict

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Family members who hold opposing views or beliefs can clash. Conflict arises when people misunderstand each other and draw incorrect conclusions. Unresolved conflicts can lead to resentment and arguments. It’s normal to have disagreements. Conflict is normal in families. But constant conflict is stressful and damaging to relationships. Some people struggle to control their emotions and become hurtful, aggressive, or violent.

Job Loss or Change

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Employer layoffs, downsizing, early retirement or a lack of contract work are all stressful events in life. Aside from the obvious financial implications, losing a job can have a negative impact on your mood, relationships, and overall mental health. The COVID-19 pandemic has cost many people their jobs or income sources. While the unprecedented nature of the crisis absolves you of any blame, it may not help you relax when you’re worried about bills and food. It’s important to know you’re not alone; many of us share your fears right now.


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Depression affects how you feel, think, and act. It’s a common but serious illness. It’s also curable. When you’re depressed, you may lose interest in once-enjoyable activities. Emotional and physical issues can arise, making daily tasks difficult. Depressive symptoms can be eased by a variety of lifestyle changes. Regular physical activity aids in the generation of positive feelings and the improvement of mood for many people. 

Irregular Sleep Cycles

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Many people can sleep through the night. But those with irregular sleep-wake syndrome have disrupted, unstructured sleep. With irregular sleep-wake syndrome, you probably sleep for less than 4 hours. You may have multiple sleep sessions in a day. But if you have this syndrome, you aren’t sleep deprived — you get enough sleep. But instead of 7 or 8 hours, you get a full 24 hours of sleep. This condition can cause both insomnia and daytime drowsiness.

Couples Infidelity

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Few marital problems cause as much heartache and devastation as infidelity, which undermines the foundation of marriage itself. However, when both spouses are committed to real healing, most marriages survive and many marriages become stronger with deeper levels of intimacy. Infidelity isn’t a single, clearly defined situation — and what’s considered infidelity varies among couples and even between partners in a relationship.

Harmful Thoughts

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Harmful thoughts are thoughts that seem to become stuck in your mind. They can cause distress, since the nature of the thought might be upsetting. They may also reoccur frequently, which can make the concern worse. Harmful thoughts may be violent or disturbing. They may be thoughts of a sexual nature, including fantasies. They can also be about behaviors you find unacceptable and abhorrent. These thoughts, however, are just thoughts.

Isolation & Loneliness

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Isolation can increase feelings of sadness, restlessness, and loneliness. The two don’t always go hand in hand. Social isolation is a common symptom of isolating mental health issues like social anxiety or agoraphobia. Some days, an agoraphobic may be too anxious to leave the house. Loneliness is an emotional state. It is defined as a sense of loneliness or emptiness.

Strained Relationships

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Have you ever found yourself enviously looking at a happy couple and realized how far apart you are? Maybe you’re wondering where you went wrong, or if you’ll ever get back there. No matter how important our relationships are, they are fragile and subject to daily stress. The relationship isn’t broken; it’s just strained from stress and neglect. Many people get caught up in life and forget about their relationships, while others take their partners for granted, not realizing how much work a relationship requires to thrive. 

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My Approach & Values

The heart of my private practice is to assist people in healing the causes of their issues stemming from physical, emotional or addictive struggles, to live a happy, healthy and vibrant life doing what they love. While PSYCH-K is a core methodology in my practice, I also use Emotional Freedom Technique, The Emotion Code, The Healing Codes, Ho’oponopono, and Access Consciousness, to help my clients with lasting results. I have personally tried all these methods before using them with others to ensure their effectiveness.

Scores of my clients say they no longer feel controlled by self-limiting beliefs or negative thoughts. Indeed, freed from the chains of old thinking and behaviors, my clients report a renewed sense of freedom and self-confidence.

"Rita Soman is a professional and a giver. Her sole professional goal is to help others achieve greater levels of happiness and fulfilment. I met Rita during one of the most difficult times of my life, when I changed careers. She used Psych-K to erase self-limiting beliefs and boost my confidence, which helped me improve quickly and refocus on my goals."

Jessica & Ron – Couple: Age 34 & 38

""My attorney recommended Rita from a large list of drug and alcohol counsellors. I expected a standard group counselling session to satisfy my citation, not to figure out why I was self-destructing. Rita has helped me in a very open minded and holistic way. Rita has opened my mind, body, and heart. I'll follow her advice for the rest of my life."


"Rita Soman is a great professional and a giver by definition. Her only purpose in life as a professional is to help others reach higher levels of happiness and self-fulfillment. I found Rita is probably one of the most challenging moments in my life when I was switching careers."

JN, Portland, OR

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