An individual may have an anxiety disorder when experiencing excessive worry, often related to health, family, money, school, or work. When dealing with severe anxiety, this worrying goes on all day, every day with little to no relief.
An individual may be identified to have a depressive disorder when feelings of sadness are consistent, continuous, and persistent or when depressive symptoms affect how one feels, thinks, and responds to daily activities.
Relationships are confusing because no two relationships are the same. Domestic abuse can be in the form of psychological/emotional, physical, sexual, and financial abuse. Learn more about the signs of an abusive relationship and what we can do to help.
Emotional abuse can be in the form of your partner challenging your perceptions/opinions, blocking communication, undermining interrupting you, or emotionally “gaslighting” you. Learn about the warning signs of emotional abuse and what we can do to help.
Do you feel stressed or overwhelmed due to obsessive/fearful thoughts or compulsive behaviors from yourself or your partner? Learn about the common Relationship Compulsions you may be experiencing and what we can do to help.
Have you experienced a traumatic event that is affecting your daily life? Our therapists can examine the nature of your trauma symptoms and work with you to construct and implement a personalized therapy plan to help manage a Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.