Therapy Services Offered
Psychotherapy for Adult Individuals and Couples
In addition to these named, there are many more areas that you can choose to focus your therapy on. Treatment is individualized and there are no "off-limits" topics. All matters are treated non-judgmentally and with the utmost respect.
Depression and Anxiety
Depression, Mood Swings, Stress, Overwhelm, Anxiety, Fear, Grief and Loss, Self-Doubt, Low Self-Esteem, Confusion, Anger, Unhealthy Patterns of Behavior, Feelings
of Hopelessness or Helplessness
Communication, Trust, Intimacy, Sex, Commitment, Parenting, Balancing Professional and Personal Life
Difficulties and Other Life Stressors
Physical, Emotional, Sexual Abuse, Grief, Loss, Life Traumas, Codependency, Support in recovering from the Illness of Addiction
You may come in desiring to:
- Overcome an obstacle
- Adjust to a change or new circumstance
- Seek a safe place to think something through
- Establish meaningful relationships or improve a current relationship
- Understand yourself
- Identify a path forward or set some goals
- Rebound from a hardship or heal from a past trauma
- Improve communication skills with friends or family or in the workplace
This not an exhaustive list, rather just some good examples of the kind of thing that supportive psychotherapy can be extremely helpful with!
Generally at the start of our work together, we will identify personal strengths, positives in the environment, aspects of what is going well, and current and potential resources. Often times progress comes easier when we build on strengths. We also can address needs from a variety of aspects including social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, physical and psychological perspectives.
It is reasonable for you to expect from me as your therapist: concern, empathy, support, acceptance, feedback, sometimes guidance or problem-solving, or more likely, some combination of all of these.