Whether you are seeking individual, couple, family or group therapy; verbal, play and/or creative arts therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy or psychoanalysis, treatment is recommended for the following issues:

Trauma (abuse, mistreatment, emotional neglect)
Fear, worry, panic
Separation anxiety and insecurity
Generalized and specific anxieties
Sadness, hopelessness, and depression
Self Image and Identity
Help in dealing with social, academic, and career pressures
Attachment-related problems
Foster care and adoption issues
Relationship issues including family and marriage conflict
Relationship questions or concerns
Sexual identity or other sexual issues
Excessive use or reliance on alcohol or other substances
Gambling, sex, shopping or other addictive activities
Issues surrounding food or body image, disordered eating or other self-harm behaviors
Feelings of overwhelm, overstimulation, and difficulty with affect/emotion regulation
Help in figuring out your values and planning for the future


What does assessment and treatment look like?

Assessment and treatment are ongoing parts of the therapeutic work. It is an organic process that is often fluid in nature, arising out of areas of distress, concern, or blocked areas of functioning. Both, the patient and the therapist are involved in asking questions as they arise; and offer clues to insight, breakthroughs, and new perspectives.

Although new questions or new areas of conflict may stir up criticism and concerns of a regression in functioning, they could also indicate “tuning back in” and readiness to address/change difficult or anxiety-producing areas that once were too “hot” (overstimulating) or too “cold” (dissociated) to touch. Therapy is marked by moments and periods of questioning and insight and guide the person’s development and course of treatment.