Depression and anxiety happen at any time of the year, but the stress of the holiday season, difficult family relationships and high expectations can make anyone feel sad and anxious. Holiday depression is not a clinical diagnosis, however many people suffer through the holidays. The short days, lack of adequate sunshine (vitamin D), poor eating…
Individual work can provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for issues such as relationship troubles, anxiety, stress management, creative blocks, grief and depression. Many people also find that therapists can be a tremendous asset to managing personal growth, interpersonal relationships, family concerns, marriage issues and the hassles of daily life. I can provide you with a fresh perspective on a difficult problem or help point you in the direction of a solution.
When couples recognize that their love has taken a wrong turn (or missed an off-ramp), it’s time to take serious inventory of their current relationship. When a couple comes to me for therapy I immediately ask: are you just hoping that the other person will change? Or are you willing to put in the hard work to create changes within yourselves?
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