Are you feeling alone or depressed?

Is your work or your relationship causing you stress?

Are you struggling to deal with your overwhelming thoughts? 

You’re not alone, and we can help.  


In today’s society, we all experience feelings of stress or sadness, but it can often be difficult to overcome these negative thoughts and feelings alone. Therapy can support you in addressing the difficulties and personal challenges you are experiencing. By addressing these struggles with your therapist, you can begin to approach problems in new ways, stop negative thinking patterns, and re-establish a sense of hope, joy, and fulfillment in your life.  

What to expect: When you come into Family Therapy Center for counseling, your therapist will spend time getting to know you, your struggles, and your hopes for therapy. We believe therapy is a collaborative process: we understand that you have the most knowledge about your own situation and hardships. We seek to be supportive and empathic while helping you navigate your thoughts and feelings to create the change you want. Your therapist will support you in making meaningful change in problematic areas of your life by fostering the strengths you already possess to encourage you to grow and live to your fullest potential. 


Common problems addressed by individual therapy: 

·       Anger

·       Body image and self-esteem

·       Coping with life stressors

·       Dealing with depression

·       Divorce / adjusting to divorce

·       Eating disorders

·       Fear and anxiety

·       Grief and loss

·       Healing after a trauma

·       Identity issues

 

·       Life transitions: job loss, relationship change, moving, etc.  

·       Obsessions and compulsions

·       Relationship stress

·       Religion / spirituality concerns

·       Self-harm

·       Sleep problems

·       LGBTQ, gender, and sexuality concerns

·       Work stress 


Underneath my outside face, there’s a face that none can see.
A little less smiley, a little less sure,
but a whole lot more like me.
— Shel Silverstein