Here are some of the common concerns that bring people to therapy. The content provided on this website is for informational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any mental health or medical conditions. Please consult with a licensed medical or mental health provider.
Difficulty maintaining focus, trouble staying organized, restlessness and becoming easily distracted can be signs of ADHD for both children and adults.
Anxiety has many faces. It can be a response to a specific situation or a state of continuing worry, tension and stress.Read More
The world is complicated and youth is a season of rapid growth and change. When troubling changes in mood and behavior emerge they can be indications of emotional struggles that need attention.Read More
A persistently depressed mood or dramatic shifts that are associated with other disruptions in sleep, appetite and daily functioning may indicate a mood disorder.Read More
Grief, loss, adjustment to life changes around health and functioning are some of the concerns that can challenge the psychological well-being of adults in their later years.
Death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship or exposure to a traumatic or stressful event can sometimes trigger prolonged and disruptive changes in mood and ways of responding to life that prevent a person from being able to move forward in life.
Couples and families can develop problems in response to difficulties with relationship changes, poor communication, managing conflict or working through separation and/or divorce.