About Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a means to discover why we have the present difficulties that block us from being the people we want to be. I have anxiety, I have anger, I have fear, and insecurities. One common issue is constantly getting into unhealthy relationships. Whatever the reason, we all need therapy at some point if we have an area where we just can’t manage. Below are a few areas that psychotherapy can help with.

Psychotherapy can help:

  • Past physical, sexual, violent, or emotional traumas
  • Psychosomatic issues
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Perfectionism
  • Over thinking
  • Compulsive disorders
  • Addictions and behavioral disorders
  • Chronic illness
  • Complex grief and loss
  • Develop resiliency
  • Change behaviors that hold you back
  • Look at ways of thinking that affect how you feel
  • Build relationship skills
  • Find your passion
  • Strengthen your self-confidence
  • Cope with symptoms
  • Handle strong emotions like fear, grief or anger
  • Enhance your problem solving skills

What to Expect

During your first therapy appointment, you can expect paperwork, and to provide general information to the therapist. We need to know what’s bringing you in, present symptoms and circumstance, as well as childhood issues and relationships. This will all help in creating a direction and goals for therapy. When desired goals are achieved and the issue has become manageable, therapy ends. Our job, as therapists, is to put ourselves out of the job, so empowerment starts from day one. Come prepared for change.

Contact Us

For a confidential consultation, call 214-235-9087 or send us a message.