Generalized anxiety and panic disorder are among the most common mental health concerns facing adults today. Anxiety can negatively impact quality of life and disrupt important activities of daily living. Receiving treatment for anxiety can bring peace and contentment into your life.
Depression comes in many forms and doesn't always look the same for each person. Depressed mood, agitation/irritability, difficulty sleeping, lack of motivation, trouble concentrating can all be signs of depression. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help you explore thought processes that are increasing depressive symptoms and impacting your quality of life.
Couples counseling can be beneficial to couples who are looking to strengthen their emotional connection, in all stages of their relationship. Therapy sessions are held with both people and is a supportive place to discuss issues and solutions to better improve your relationship.
Most individuals experience stress in their daily life whether triggered from work, family, relationships, finances or life transitions. If the stress you are feeling in your daily life has begun to feel overwhelming, therapy can be very helpful in finding tools to help manage and reduce stress.
The grieving process often involves many difficult, strong emotions. Yet joy, contentment, and humor do not have to be absent during this difficult time. Feeling occasional happiness does not mean a person is done mourning. Counseling can help people work through complicated emotions associated with loss of a loved one.