- Anxiety and Fears
- Intimate Relationships
- Life Changes and Transitions
- Coaching around Personal or Career Goals
- Family-of-Origin Issues
At its core, psychotherapy is about the in-depth relationship fostered between a therapist and client, a relationship that is supportive, strengthening and enlivening for the client.
This is achieved by working together to understand your unique self experience. In the context of our therapeutic relationship, you can learn effective skills to better manage symptoms of emotional distress and problem-solve around current obstacles or concerns in your life. You can also safely revisit and process through difficult, often painful, experiences and relationships, both past and present.
Areas that may be a focus of treatment in psychotherapy:
- Anger Management
- Stress Management
- Grief and Loss
- Self Esteem
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