Who comes to psychotherapy?

People who struggle with:

  • alcohol or drug addictions
  • anxiety
  • body image problems
  • chronic stress
  • confusion about life choices
  • continual anger or irritability
  • crippling fears
  • depression
  • eating disorders
  • feelings of overwhelm
  • grief
  • haunting memories
  • isolation
  • low self-confidence
  • nightmares
  • panic
  • parenting concerns
  • relationship problems
  • self-harm
  • sexual concerns
  • sexual, physical, or emotional abuse
  • shyness or social anxiety
  • trauma
  • couples who struggle with their relationship
  • and children or teens who suffer from any of the above–or who get into fights, are withdrawn, hurt themselves, can’t get along in school, don’t have friends, or are having trouble coming terms with their parents’ separation, divorce, illness, or the loss of a loved one.