Couple Therapy

Some of the concerns that may bring a couple to therapy are:

  • Relationship transitions (eg: marriage, raising a family)
  • Communication
  • Conflict resolution styles
  • Intimacy and/or sexual issues
  • Healing from an affair
  • Ending a relationship (eg: separation, divorce)
  • Anger management

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Individual Therapy

Some of the concerns that may bring an individual to therapy are:

  • Issues of Self-esteem/Self-worth
  • Traumatic events
  • Sexuality
  • Depression and/or Anxiety
  • Anger management
  • Gender identity
  • Grief/Loss
  • Past or current abuse
  • Disordered eating
  • Addictive processes

Family Therapy

Some of the concerns that may bring a family to therapy are:

  • Family transitions (eg: new child, teenaged child)
  • Parenting styles
  • Conflict resolution styles
  • Communication
  • Parent-child conflict
  • Blended family issues

*Please note the aforementioned lists are in no way meant to be a full representation of the concerns addressed in therapy. If you have any questions about these, or any concerns not mentioned, please feel free to contact me.

Mindfulness Focused Therapy

I believe that most (if not all) of our struggles can be linked to an aversion or avoidance of experiencing some aspect of ourselves or our lives. In being more present to each moment, we can begin to unravel the reactions that often drive us in automatic and unhelpful ways. Holding our experience with awareness, acceptance, and compassion, we begin to see more clearly that there are choices in how we can respond to each moment. This can be a freeing realization—offering a new way of approaching not only our difficulties, but our lives in general.

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