The process of living is the process of reacting to stress. People enter therapy when some aspect of their emotional life becomes painful or problematic and attempts to remedy the problem have been ineffective. Individual therapy involves first a detailed and accurate assessment of the nature of the problem. Next, a treatment plan focused on an effective and caring solution for the problem is collaboratively developed and implemented.
In addition to the service areas listed, The Psychology Center offers group therapy for men and support groups for children that address social skills, self-esteem, and coping with divorce. We also offer mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) groups designed to target anxiety and depression as an alternative to medication as well as food/eating awareness support groups.
We periodically provide other specialty support groups which are structured, short-term, and address issues which many struggle with such as anxiety, changing destructive habits, adult ADD, relationships, and more. (See our Group page.) If there is an area you would like one of our groups to address, please contact us.
- Eating Disorders
- Grief and Loss
- Stress-Based Physical Symptoms
- Sleep Problems
- Weight Management
- Emotional Distress Secondary to Health Problems
- Compulsive/Obsessive Patterns
- Nail Biting
- Academic Testing
- Attentional Assessment
- Career Assessment
- Concentration Problems
- Performance Anxiety
- Public Speaking
- Social Skills Development