Often times, people find it helpful to meet one-on-one with a therapist to discuss their problems and concerns. Individual therapy provides a set time that is dedicated to only you, with the sole focus on accomplishing your goals. In my practice, I work with women and men who may have the following issues:
Depression and BiPolar Disorder
Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Trauma and PTSD
Interpersonal Relationships Difficulties
Adoption and Fertility Challenges
Anger Management and Stress Management
Issues related to Self-Esteem and Self-Identity
Are you sick and tired
of being sick and tired?
Stress and depression often manifest in the body. We get so focused on what we have going on that it takes our body screaming at us to realize that we need to slow down. Symptoms include: headaches, muscle pain, digestive problems, frequent colds, poor sleep, and shortness of breath. Stop and take inventory of your body....it may be trying to tell you something!!!!
Do you have
Are you juggling work, family, and activities? Do you feel overwhelmed and stressed and fear that you will never get everything done? Do you feel exhausted before you even begin your day? Do you put everyone's needs above your own? Learning to identify your needs as important is a necessary step in taking off your Superwoman Cape....let's figure out how to take the "S" off of your chest.
Is it Counseling or Psychotherapy?
The terms are often used interchangeably....which is ok as long as both you and your therapist are working toward the same goals. But to answer the question, counseling usually focuses on a specific problem and taking the steps to address or solve that problem. Psychotherapy considers overall patterns and recurrent feelings. The psychotherapy process explores the past and its impact on the present.