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When you have felt stuck in the same cycle of your relationships, at your job, or life in general, it can start to weave its way into other aspects of your life. Eventually, it feels like you don't have enough space from it.
You feel like you have fewer choices and this can bring about feelings of frustration and despair. Sometimes this manifests as chronic arguing in a primary relationship. Sometimes it comes in the form of feeling a lack of connectedness to others, decreased productivity, or increased anxiety.
Maybe you don't have as much intimacy in your relationships as you would like and this is causing you to feel resentful.
Often, mental illness or pathology isn't what's troubling you. Instead, you find yourself facing the pain and difficulty that accompanies various phases of life. At many points in our lives, most of us experience difficulty trusting ourselves and our choices, feeling trapped in a challenging mindset, or dealing with conflict.
Whatever's going on, I help people look at what's happening now, how it came to be this way, and help them find useful strategies to effectively change it.
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I work with those who want to improve their communication, deepen their relationships, work for a better understanding of their behavior, learn to manage their thoughts and emotions more effectively, and people recovering from addiction.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Most of us have a hard time asking for help. In fact, research shows that one of the top five barriers to seeking treatment is social stigma. (We have so much trouble asking for help that researchers are conducting multiple studies on it!)
Going to therapy doesn't make you weak or flawed. If you are looking around these sites, it probably means you are tired of living the way you have been living and are ready to make a change. That shows hope, courage, and resilience! Allowing ourselves to ask for and receive help is a trait associated with a growth mindset. People with a growth mindset are more adept at managing life's challenges and hardships.
You've brought yourself this far. Go for the win.
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- Family Therapy
- Individual Therapy & Counseling
- Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
- Online Counseling / Phone Therapy
Client Concerns Within Your Scope of Practice
- Abuse / Abuse Survivor Issues
- Addictions and Compulsions
- Attachment Issues
- Child and/or Adolescent Issues
- Communication Problems
- Compulsive Spending / Shopping
- Drug and Alcohol Addiction
- Family Problems
- Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
- Identity Issues
- Infidelity / Affair Recovery
- LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) Issues
- Life Purpose / Meaning / Inner-Guidance
- Mood Swings / Mood Disturbance
- Obsessions and Compulsions (OCD)
- Polyamory / Nonmonogamous Relationships
- Post Traumatic Stress / Trauma
- Pre-Marital Counseling
- Relationships and Marriage
- Sexual Assault / Abuse
- Sexuality / Sex Therapy
- Women's Issues
- Anger Management
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy /REBT
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Emotion Focused Couples Therapy
- Emotion Focused Therapy
- Emotionally Focused Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
- Family Systems Therapy
- Gottman Method
- Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
- Narrative Therapy
- Object Relations
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