You Are Unique, And So Is Your Therapy!
Approaches to treatment will depend upon:
- What the problem is
- Researched approaches that have shown to help
- Your unique way of coping with difficulties
- What you tend to find most helpful
Many teenagers begin to feel increased stress and anxiety as they enter into high school and prepare to graduate. Often, issues that were not apparent before, can surface. In my practice, I help teens with:
Anxiety, Panic attacks, Phobias
Adjustment to chronic medical conditions
Hypnosis can be incorporated into therapy for help with:
Body image issues
Young Adult Services
College age and early adulthood can be an exciting as well as challenging time of life. Addressing issues early on, can not only prevent problems later on, but can provide a more solid foundation of mental health and success as you enter adulthood. Areas of concern that tend to be addressed in therapy:
Anxiety about the future
Worries about career choices
Balancing academics/work and relationships
Hypnosis can be incorporated into therapy:
Body Image Issues
Adults seek therapy for many different reasons. Some realize they have depression or anxiety that needs to be addressed. While others realize that life could be more fulfilling and they seek a better quality of life. Therapy goals are individualized and therapy is paced in a way to allow the highest level of functioning in a person's busy life.
Areas of concern that adults often come to therapy with are:
Worries about children
Feeling overwhelmed caring for children
and aging parents
Loss of a loved one
Life transitions - empty nest, divorce, parents death
Adjustment to medical problems
Hypnosis can be incorporated into therapy for:
In addition to helping Adolescents, Young Adults and Adults with more normative issues, I also help those who experience acute or chronic PTSD, Dissociation, and/or more severe Anxiety or Depression.
I work collaboratively with several Psychiatrists who will provide medication consultation when indicated.