Anxiety, Marital / Premarital, Education/Personal Development, Interpersonal Relationships, Men's Issues, Stress
Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), EMDR, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT Tapping), Hypnotherapy, Jungian, Meditation/Relaxation, Neuro-Linguistic, Psycho-Educational, Psychodynamic, Relational, Short-Term (Brief Treatment), Social Support, Transpersonal Psychology
Addiction, Aging, Anger Management, Attachment Disorders, Depression, Grief, Life Transitions, Phobias, Spirituality, Trauma / PTSD
I believe going to therapy is a sign of strength. It takes courage to make that first contact with a therapist. It takes courage to walk into the office of a complete stranger and share one's fears, frustrations, pain and anger with a complete stranger. It also take courage to continue in therapy, facing one's issues and dealing with them effectively, one by one. Taking a long, honest look at one's self is difficult and so is making the changes necessary to change and grow. When my clients tell me they see therapy as a sign of weakness, I assure them I see it as having the "guts" to face whatever their issue is, and then deal with it effectively. That isn't weakness. That's bravery.