Counseling and Therapy Services

Individual Adult Counseling

  • Panic or Anxiety Attacks, Anxiety Disorder, Agoraphobia, Phobias, PTSD
  • Depression, Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression), Postpartum Depression, and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAS)

Marital, Family or Couple Counseling

  • Marriage Problems, Separation, Divorce
  • Gay/Lesbian Relationship Issues

Counseling for Teenagers and Children

  • Adolescent and Family Problems
  • Child Behavior Problems, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Childhood Fears of Going to School (fears with vomiting, crying, refusing to go in the classroom)
  • Midlife Crisis (becoming confused or unclear about what to do with your time left on earth; whether to change your career path, lifestyle, leave your spouse/partner, and general confusion about once-clear goals, which have become unclear, causing fear or confusion)
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Sexual Problems, Sexual Anxiety, Sexual Addiction
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) due to Sexual Abuse, Car Accidents, War Veterans
  • Personality Disorders, including Borderline, Dependent, Narcissistic, Histrionic, etc.

*Do you have repeated arguments over the same problem? Why do you keep responding in the same way each time, instead of trying something different? The family system is like cogs on a wheel. When one cog changes direction, the others stop, and eventually turn the other way. Small changes in the family system are assessed and developed in family therapy. These small changes can be implemented at home, and cause positive changes in the families interactions with each other, causing healthy relationships to gradually develop.

*Do you find yourself not looking forward to the holidays? Feel that everything is drudgery? Isolate yourself socially? Do you suffer from insomnia or sleeping too much? Feel tired all the time? Find yourself tearing up more easily than normal? Using alcohol or drugs more often calm your emotions? This problem can be a sign of depression.

*Personality Disorders impair an individual’s ability to get along with others in relationships. If you, or someone you know, has a personality disorder, this could provide the answer to your interpersonal relationship problems. Does the person distort reality? Become excessively angry over minor problems? Do they have difficulty asserting themselves or remain in abusive relationships? It could be a Personality Disorder impairing judgment skills…