Anxiety, Depression & Life Transitions
Individual therapy is offered for adults and teens who are experiencing anxiety or depression, and/or are adjusting to a life transition. Examples of life transitions might include but are not limited to:
Starting or ending a relationship
Navigating peer conflicts
Coping with a change in family structure (i.e. marriage, divorce, expecting a new child)
Adjusting to college or entering a new school
Dealing with a job or career change
Do you feel irritable, stressed, angry, sad, or disinterested in the things that used to excite you?
Do you experience repeated anxious thoughts that seem like they won’t go away, no matter what you do?
Have you had trouble concentrating or performing in school or at work?
Are you feeling disconnected from your friends or family? Do you struggle with how to communicate your feelings or needs?
Is it sometimes hard to identify how you feel or what is important to you? Does it feel like you’ve lost control of your life or your choices?
In our society, people are facing greater and more complex challenges than ever before. Many clients enter therapy when they are feeling anxious, sad, or stuck. They may be grappling with a recent life transition, or simply not feeling like themselves. They may notice a negative pattern in relationships, school or work performance, or simply be seeking a place to process and reflect on their feelings and experiences. In therapy, you will find a safe space where you can feel seen and heard, learn to understand and challenge negative patterns in your life, develop communication and coping skills, learn to nurture healthy, well-balanced relationships and explore the goals and values that are most important to you. Therapy can provide the support and guidance you need to strengthen your confidence and sense of self, find balance, regain a sense of power and control and begin to find your path forward.