There is a saying related to overcoming difficult situations: “You alone can do it, but you can’t do it alone.” I think all my clients have thought that at some time they could do it alone, but then realized, they needed help. Reaching for professional help is a wise decision, not a symptom of weakness. Whether it be depression, anxiety, a difficult relationship, recent loss, past or current trauma, parenting difficulties, or adjustment to a new situation, the underlying result is stress. Learning to deal with stress and creating and working a plan to free yourself often takes someone who is non-judgmental, cares unconditionally, and sensitive to your specific needs. My years of experience have prepared me to be such a therapist.
I use several treatment techniques including:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Brief solution-oriented therapy
- Neuro-linguistic therapy (NLP)
- Guided Imagery
- Reintegrative Therapy
While some of these names may be helpful for what you are looking for; others may not know what they are. The point is that my practice is an integration and synthesis of a number of evidence-based therapies in which I have been trained.
Below are some of the problems I work with:
- Anger management
- Attachment Issues
- Domestic Violence
- Family problems
- Grief and loss
- Life Skills
- Marital and premarital counseling
- Mood disorders
- Oppositional defiant
- Separation and divorce
- Stress management
For help or information call today at 434 239-0003.