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Abuse & Sexual Abuse Survivors

Abuse can leave psychological wounds that are harder to heal than bodily injuries. Survivors of abuse may have intense, negative feelings long after the abuse has ended. Anxiety, flashbacks, and trust issues are common in people who have experienced abuse. Abuse can impact a person’s ability to form relationships and find happiness. 

Yet the effects of abuse do not have to be permanent. A therapist can help abuse survivors overcome challenges and address symptoms. Therapy can also help those who engage in abuse to stop harmful behaviors, though the individual must truly wish to change.

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Anxiety disorders differ from normal feelings of nervousness or anxiousness and involve excessive fear or anxiety. Often debilitating, anxiety can make everyday living a struggle. But it doesn't have to remain that way. We help you create management protocols that work in your life to maintain a level of calm and peace.

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Depression (also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression) is a common but serious mood disorder. It causes severe symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working.

*To be diagnosed with depression, the symptoms must be present for at least two weeks.

There are different types of depression, some of which develop due to specific circumstances.

  • Major depression, which includes symptoms of depression most of the time for at least 2 weeks that typically interfere with one’s ability to work, sleep, study, and eat.

  • Persistent depressive disorder (also called dysthymia), which often includes less severe symptoms of depression that last much longer, typically for at least 2 years.

  • Perinatal depression, which occurs when a woman experiences major depression during pregnancy or after delivery (postpartum depression).

  • Seasonal affective disorder, which comes and goes with the seasons, typically starting in late fall and early winter and going away during spring and summer.

  • Depression with symptoms of psychosis, which is a severe form of depression where a person experiences psychosis symptoms, such as delusions (disturbing, false fixed beliefs) or hallucinations (hearing or seeing things that others do not see or hear).

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Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships, and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea.

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Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is a form of counseling intended to help individuals and couples resolve sexual difficulties, such as performance anxiety or relationship problems.

Clients generally meet in the therapist’s office. Some choose to attend sessions alone; others bring their partner with them. Session frequency and length usually depend on the client and the type of problem being addressed.

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Personality Disorder

There are 10 specific types of personality disorders. Personality disorders are long-term patterns of behavior and inner experiences that differs significantly from what is expected. The pattern of experience and behavior begins by late adolescence or early adulthood and causes distress or problems in functioning. Without treatment, personality disorders can be long-lasting.


Personality disorders affect at least two of these areas:

  • Way of thinking about oneself and others

  • Way of responding emotionally

  • Way of relating to other people

  • Way of controlling one’s behavior

  • Antisocial personality disorder

  • Avoidant personality disorder

  • Borderline personality disorder

  • Dependent personality disorder

  • Histrionic personality disorder

  • Narcissistic personality disorder

  • Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder

  • Paranoid personality disorder

  • Schizoid personality disorder

  • Schizotypal personality disorder

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Couples Counseling

Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy that can help you and your partner improve your relationship. If you are having relationship difficulties, you can seek couples therapy to help rebuild your relationship.

Couples therapy can help you at any stage of your relationship, regardless of marital status, age, race, faith, or sexual orientation.

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Family Conflict Therapy

Family therapy is a type of psychological counseling that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts.

Family therapy is usually provided by a psychologist, clinical social worker or licensed therapist. 

Family therapy is often short term. It may include all family members or just those able or willing to participate. Your specific treatment plan will depend on your family's situation. Family therapy sessions can teach you skills to deepen family connections and get through stressful times, even after you're done going to therapy sessions.

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LGBTQIA+ therapy helps navigate life as you are, while learning how to banish the cultural and societal judgements cast upon you. It's about empowerment and managing the stress of living a life unfettered in a society that too often chooses ignorance over enlightenment.

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Kink & Diverse Sexualities

Kink Therapy assures clients that the therapist understands that there is a wide variation of relationship dynamics that are also honored and valued.

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Sexual Dysfunction

Both psychotherapy and sex therapy can help with the psychological causes of sexual dysfunction. Counselors can help people work through fear, stress, anxiety, past trauma, body image issues, and other issues that can keep people from a fulfilling sex life.

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Gender Identity

Gender therapy focuses on the social, mental, emotional, and physical needs of those who: are questioning gender. are uncomfortable with aspects of their gender or body. are experiencing gender dysphoria.

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