Issues Commonly Encountered in My Practice:

Loneliness, severe depression  
Adjustment to divorce 
Marital conflict or divorce
Loss of loved one, child/parent/spouse 
Mental illness, Bipolar disorder
Anxiety, phobias, excessive guilt 
Emotional problems related to illness  
Unresolved feelings about parents 
Child abuse (victims and abusers) 
Lack of self esteem 
Excessive anger and outbursts 
Recovering alcoholics 
Poor impulse control 
Loss of faith after a loss or tragedy
Aftercare for patients who have been  
   hospitalized or have severe illness
Retirement or job loss transition
Relationship problems, or death of 



Couples (married or unmarried)

The emphasis is on learning to listen non defensively to the other person, speaking for oneself, becoming more empathic, less judgmental, and not interpreting for the other person. Couples are encouraged to set specific goals at the onset of therapy. They are ready to terminate therapy when these goals have been achieved.

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