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Treatment
&
Services

Relationships & Couples Counseling

Couples Counseling
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Get support to strengthen your communication, resolve conflicts and improve your relationship. I pride myself on providing a comfortable and supportive atmosphere where couples can explore their emotions, thoughts, behaviors, discover new ways of understanding and relating to each other. Assisting you in identifying and addressing the root causes of tension and distress in your relationship. Couples therapy can be a powerful way to overcome challenges while enhancing the core values ​​of a relationship.

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Individual Counseling

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Counseling services for adults 25 year old and up to include mood, anxiety, adjustment, grief and trauma/abuse.

  • Relational Issues

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Mood Disorders

  • Trauma, PTSD

  • Grief/Loss

  • Stress, Coping Skills

  • Self-Improvement

  • Abuse recovery, domestic, sexual, physical, emotional

  • Adjustment Issues

  • Women's Issues

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Individual Counseling

Depression & Anxiety

Anxiety & Depression

Depression and anxiety are the two most commonly seen mental health conditions affecting individuals today.

Common symptoms of depression include: changes in eating and sleeping habits, weight fluctuations, decreased motivation and energy, trouble concentrating, isolating and withdrawing, and a decreased enjoyment of daily activities. 

Symptoms of anxiety include difficulty relaxing, feeling nervous or worried, experiencing restlessness, irritability, and feeling on edge. 

Enduring depressive and/or anxious symptoms can be debilitating. Often times upon new phases of the counseling process, individuals can be hesitant to treatment and may experience increased anxiety. They may be apprehensive, related to a lack of or minimal prior success with other therapies.

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Trauma

Trauma is a pervasive problem(s) in response to a stressful, distressing, or frightening event. The events can affect our emotional and/or physical well-being. There are three types of trauma acute, chronic, and complex. The severity and presentation of symptoms and how they affect our daily lives can vary. One may experience trauma by experiencing a physical response such as increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, confusion, anxiety, dissociation, and blunt affect. When it comes to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), not everyone that has experienced a traumatic event will develop it. But some people do, and it can become a chronic issue that worsens if not treated. The good news is that there are treatment options you can consider, and they will allow you to regain the sense of safety and control you may have lost.

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Trauma
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Telehealth

Telehealth

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To learn more about virtual therapy and to get started, please READ MORE HERE.

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