Over 18% of individuals experience an anxiety disorder in a given year. Together, we will will help you identify situations that trigger your anxiety/panic and develop effective strategies for managing your anxiety, fears, and /or panic.
Depression can make ordinary tasks feel impossible. When left untreated, it can affect your work, relationships, and self-esteem. Therapy helps you challenge your negative thinking and implement new ways to cope with your feelings.
Grief and Loss
Although death is inevitable, that doesn’t mean the experience doesn’t hurt. Grief therapy helps you work through these challenging feelings. If you’re struggling with feeling like things are hopeless, it can provide a roadmap for healing.
Trauma can impact every area of life functioning. At least one in 11 people will be diagnosed with PTSD at some point during their lifetime. If you’re struggling with trauma, trauma-focused therapy can help you process your emotions, work through your fears, and develop a new sense of meaning.
Therapy can help you work through a drug or alcohol addiction. Your therapist will work with you to identify triggers, develop alternative coping skills, and build a healthy support system. If your addiction is severe or life-threatening, your therapist may refer you to a higher level of care, such as a detox setting.
Personality disorders refer to conditions like narcissistic personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Therapy helps you find healthy ways to cope with your condition.
Relationship Issues / Dating Struggles
Relationship stress can have a tremendous impact on your overall well-being. Many couples benefit from working with a professional who can shed insight into problematic relationship patterns. In therapy, you can work on communication and intimacy issues and restore happiness in your relationship.
Even when we love them, families can be our greatest stressors. Therapy can help you work on boundaries and healthier communication. You may also benefit from family therapy to improve relationship satisfaction between members.
Self-Esteem / Confidence
Self-esteem is the degree to which one feels confident, valuable, and worthy of respect. It exists on a continuum from high to low. Where a person’s self-esteem falls on this spectrum can influence one’s overall well-being.
When you have low self-esteem, you tend to see yourself, the world, and your future more negatively and critically. You might feel anxious, sad, low, or unmotivated. When you encounter challenges, you may doubt whether you will be able to rise to them. You might talk to yourself harshly in your mind, telling yourself things like “You’re stupid”, “You’ll never manage this”, or “I don’t amount to anything”.
The LGBTQ population suffers from mental health conditions at a significantly high rate. Therapy can help with LGBTQ issues, and it can also help with other concerns.
Significant Life Transitions
Whether you’re changing jobs, planning for a baby, or moving to a new city, even positive change can be stressful. Therapy provides support and reassurance during this difficult time.
Career counseling is a type of guidance and support given to help clients find direction in their work and career pursuits and help them manage their journey through life, learning, work, and career changes. This includes career exploration, making career choices, managing career changes, lifelong career development, and dealing with other career-related issues.
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