Therapy will give you the insight into why you experience situations and relationships in the way you do. Often this type of exploration leads you to identify where else and in what other ways the problem or challenge exists. Read more.
Couples often seek the help of a therapist when one or both partners recognize problems in the relationship such as different goals, struggles with intimacy, or communication difficulties. By working in therapy you can identify the strengths and weaknesses in how you relate to each other and better understand your relationship. Read more.
Sex addiction is a compulsive behavior in which the addict prioritizes his/her life around the preoccupation and pursuit of sex. It becomes the organizing principle of one’s life. Sex can become addictive in the same way that alcohol, drugs, gambling and food can become addictive. Read more.
Coaching assists executives in examining their management style and its impact on the organization. It facilitates awareness of their strengths and areas in need of development. Read more.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a therapeutic process that helps people deal with a range of traumatic reactions and emotional distress caused by disturbing life experiences. EMDR Therapy has proven to be successful in treating the psychological and physical reactions to traumas such as abuse, assault, accidents and combat. EMDR can also be very effective in treating traumas such as betrayals, conflicts and bullying. These traumas are often the reason people seek help in dealing with low self-esteem, feelings of powerlessness and a host of other psychological problems. Read more.