Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through counseling/therapy and treatment, we are able to help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life.
Many individuals can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are a few emotions that can linger post traumatic events. We can help you overcome these symptoms and guide you through the process of grief and healing with cognitive behavioral therapy.
Becoming a mother is one of the most transforming experiences women have. When women do not feel well during pregnancy, postpartum, or otherwise in the transition to motherhood, it is important to visit experienced professionals who can provide cognitive behavioral therapy.
Relationships are a lot of things, but easy is not one of them. Seeking couples therapy is the first step in healing the heart of your relationship. We are trained to help bring peace back into you and your partner’s lives. Whether your relationship is suffering from unresolved disputes, negative feelings, infidelity, parenting issues, lack of communication, a dissipating bond, or multiple other struggles that can consume a relationship, your partnership is not beyond reparation.
Life has its fair share of ups and downs—we all know that. Whether it’s a job change, relationship problems, financial troubles, illness, etc., how you cope with major life events is vital to your overall well-being. There are good ways to cope, such as seeking out psychotherapy support or engaging in physical activity. There are also bad ways to cope, such as substance abuse or avoiding the problem. We can help you learn healthy coping skills so that you can better manage stressors in your life both today and down the road.
Mental health and substance use disorders affect people from all walks of life and all age groups. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and often serious, but they are treatable with psychotherapy/ medications and many people do recover. Mental disorders involve changes in thinking, mood, and/or behavior. These disorders can affect how we relate to others and make choices.
Reducing and preventing the negative impact of drug and alcohol use and addictions on physical, emotional, and relational health.
College students need guidance to adjust to college, homesickness, navigating roommate conflict, identity development, impression management, imposter syndrome, time management, stress management, perfectionism, eating disorders, substance use, and relationship difficulties. Therapy with those in academic settings often focuses on managing anxiety, perfectionism, imposter syndrome, general stress management, burn out, publishing pressure, time management, dissertation stress, navigating relationships with advisors, and over-identifying with one’s achievements
Everyone experiences grief and loss differently and their journey is equally different. By providing a safe, compassionate environment, we would use psychotherapy to explore the nature of your grief and loss, assess the impact on you and your life, and develop ways to improve your daily functioning. The process is one of honoring what has come to be and learning to move through feelings and adjust to this new circumstance.