Is it time for Depression Counseling or Anxiety Therapy?

We often get so busy living our lives, working and taking care of children and relationships that we might forget to stop and take care of ourselves too.  You may have been programmed to feel selfish if we make ourselves a priority which may leave you feeling burnt out, overwhelmed and resentful.

If you find yourself:

  • Having little patience

  • Exhausted

  • Yelling more often

  • Avoiding sex with your partner

  • Eating too much cake

  • Drinking too much wine

  • Smoking too much weed

It’s your mind’s way of trying to get your own attention by saying “Help!  I’ve had enough!”

You may feel like you don’t have the time, money, or energy to take one step towards a solution, but you can.  And it’s time.  Making time for yourself, even just one hour a week can bring tremendous change to the way you’re living your life.  You will feel less stressed, be able to cope with the day-to-day punches life throws your way, and recognize what works – and doesn’t work- in your life.  You, your children, partner, family co-workers will notice the difference.  You will find relief.  

How do you get help?

Reach out.  You’ve been doing the best you can with what you know.   Now it’s time to find someone who can help you know better.  The first phone call or email is your first step towards starting the process of change.

Who do you work with?

Variety is the spice of life and I love a spicy practice.  I enjoy working with young adults, settled adults, and more seasoned adults.  All genders, a variety of sexual preferences and identities, married, single, similar, or different cultures and backgrounds are welcome.

 

Common issues addressed in Anxiety/Depression Counseling:

  • Addiction and Recovery

  • Alcoholism

  • 12 Step Support

  • Anxiety

  • Co-Dependency

  • Conflicts in Relationships

  • Depression

  • Divorce or Separation

  • Divorce Recovery

  • Family Members of Addicts

  • Grief Counseling

  • Guilt

  • Life Transitions

  • Parenting Challenges

  • Shame

  • Trauma

  • Work Stresses

Ready to Get Started?

If you’re ready to see if therapy is right for you, Great!  You can choose your therapist and schedule your first session here:

Or if you have questions you can call or send us an email. 

We’ll reply the same business day, answer any questions you have, ask how we can help, decide if we’re a good fit for each other and we’ll get the process started. 

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