The decision to begin therapy can be an intimidating process; which is why my first priority is making you feel comfortable and heard above all else. Every human being, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or political affiliation deserves to be treated with respect.
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Why Choose Family or Couple’s Therapy Over Traditional Individual Therapy? Need or Problem Are the problems in your life centered around social interactions? Is having a strong support system vital to having a happy life? Are you and your spouse having communication problems? Is there a history or pattern of maladaptive behaviors that runs in your family? If you answered yes to any of these then you would directly benefit from counseling that is done with a systematic perspec
For anyone who has ever suffered from Depression you know the struggle really is real just to get out of bed. Some individuals do need medication because the brain has literally been so depressed for so long you may need some help and that is ok; first and foremost talk to your doctor. Depression has biological factors which may require a specific set of meds. As a Counselor who has seen and treated various levels of this disease I can tell you that more sleep is NOT going to
Some common misconceptions about those of us working in the counseling, mental health, or care provider field is that we have it all together just because we study mental health; surely if we can counsel individuals on stress relief and de-escalation of anxiety then we must be masters of our own stress and anxiety….right? WRONG! Practicing effective coping mechanisms and self-care strategies is just as challenging for counselors and mental health workers as it is for our clie
Every person who has experienced trauma experiences it in their own way; some are more resilient than others depending on the amount of support they receive from family, friends, or community resources. Post-Traumatic Stress disorder (PTSD) is known to affect anyone at any age regardless of race or gender. There is a specific form of PTSD which affects children on into their adult lives; this is called PTSD of Abandonment or Abandonment and Attachment Related Trauma. A child’