ADULTS / COUPLES THERAPY
Telemedicine is a convenient way to have therapy sessions from the comfort of your own home or office. It helps take the burden off and saves you time sitting in traffic or bad weather.
Adult Individual Therapy
Starting individual therapy can be both empowering and frightening. Because of this, I let you, the client, set the pace for the first few sessions while I gather information. My approach is solution focused and proactive. I will work as a team with you to gain insight, confront the problem to create change and to develop skills, which will lead to confident decision-making and lasting solutions.
I work with individuals suffering from depression and low self-esteem, anxiety, stress, parenting, separation and divorce, career problems and changes, addictions, trauma and abuse, grief issues, and many more.
-Do you fight and make up regularly?
-Does your partner put you down or ridicule you?
-Is your partner never home or "tuned out" when he or she is?
-Are you relieved when your partner is not around?
-Are you uneasy when your partner is away?
-Is your sex life gone?
-Is your partner using drugs or alcohol and it's a problem in your relationship?
-Are you feeling lonely?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then couples therapy may be appropriate for you.
Couple Therapy Process
I often see couples that are in despair. Their communication has broke down, and the trust has eroded. Couples come into therapy for a variety of issues including communication and conflict resolution, sexual and intimacy issues, anger management, parenting, infidelity, finances, addiction, step-families, infertility/adoption, and many more.
-Working as a team I will guide you to:
-Identify negative patterns that are getting in your way of having a positive relationship and friendship.
-Learn how to stop the blame game so you can work through problems without the power struggles.
-Reconnect to the love and passion that is missing in your relationship.
-Find better ways to communicate and relate to each other so you both feel respected and heard.
-Take responsibility for your life and your own well being.
-Learn to set personal boundaries