Many people wonder what types of concerns they can address in therapy and when they should seek help. The following list of symptoms and concerns are commonly seen in our practice: - depression and mood concerns - trauma/ptsd (single event/acute and chronic/complex; dissociation) - anxiety, worry, tension, stress - obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors - relational conflict and difficulties - grief and loss - issues stemming from abuse and neglect - loneliness and isolation - phase of life difficulties or confusion - anger and irritability - addictive behavior patterns - job dissatisfaction - lack of meaning or purpose in life - spiritual concerns
When is it time to seek help? If you identify with any of the concerns on this list, and the fact that you're reading this page, it's probably time to seek help. Even if you're not entirely sure, it may be wise to seek an initial consultation to better evaluate your particular circumstances and needs.
We offer the following services in our practice:
- individual, couple and family psychotherapy - both long term, depth oriented and - short term, time limited - adults and mid/late adolescents - consultation - assessment: personality, adhd, career Therapy modalities/orientations/specialized training:
- cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) - psychodynamic/psychoanalytic - eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) - internal family systems (IFS) - neurofeedback/eeg biofeedback (EEGer4 system) - Dr. Anderson only - emotion focused therapy (EFT) for marital/couple - developmental needs meeting strategy (DNMS) - sensorimotor psychotherapy