Individual Psychotherapy: Psychotherapy is aimed at helping one change maladaptive patterns of behavior to improve emotional responses, thoughts and relationships with others. I believe in a collaborative relationship designed to change one’s life to be more in accordance with one’s chosen values. I have experience and specialties in the following areas: (click on each link to learn more).
- Anxiety Disorders
- Depression and other mood problems
- Compulsive Hoarding
- Substance Abuse Issues
- Adolescent Behavioral Problems
- Anger Management
- Physical Health Issues
Couples and Marital Psychotherapy: Therapy with couples is often aimed at addressing issues as a means of preventing problems from developing or working through serious differences between partners after they have already developed. The goal is to examine the individuals’ contributions to the relationship and modify communication and behavioral patterns to increase intimacy and strengthen the relationship. Below are possible relationship problems that may arise.
- Conflict Resolution and Anger Management
- Better Marriage and Communication Skills
- Intimacy and Sexual Functioning Issues
- Difficulty Finding the Right Spouse or Partner
- Premarital Counseling
- Decisions About Divorce or Ending a Relationship
- Post-marriage or Relationship Renewal
- Parenting Skills and Conflict Resolution
Family Psychotherapy: The primary goal of family therapy is to modify the relationships between family members in order to increase communication and closeness. The focus of treatment is not on the individual, but rather the family system as a whole with interconnected pieces.
Group Psychotherapy: The primary goal of group psychotherapy is to bring together people with closely related problems or issues. Groups may be psycho-educational in nature, they may assist people in developing skills related to their problems, or they may be supportive in nature.
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