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Psychotherapy is a way of treating people who are suffering from mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, or OCD as well as people who are coping with difficult life situations such as divorce, parenting challenges, trauma, the death of a loved one, or a serious medical illness.

Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy, and it consists of the client speaking with a therapist in a safe setting and learning healthy coping skills, how to process and deal with one's feelings, mood, thoughts, and behavior, and how to respond to challenging or difficult situations.  Psychotherapy can be conducted in an individual, couple, family, or group setting.

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Therapy sessions are usually an hour long and are usually done on a weekly basis.  Psychotherapy can be quite effective at helping people improve their symptoms and their ability to function, especially in conjunction with complementary treatments such as neurofeedback and nutritional therapy.


Life's team of psychotherapists are highly experienced and have helped hundreds of children and adults of all ages cope with a wide range of mental health conditions and difficult situations.  The following are examples of issues that our therapists can help you with:

  • Overcoming Depression, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, ADHD (hyperactivity), OCD, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD and Trauma

  • Coping with Grief and Loss

  • Coping with Eating Disorders

  • Resilience and Overcoming Setbacks

  • Adapting to Transitions and Changes

  • Negativity, Self-Acceptance, and Self-Esteem

  • Stress Management, Coping and Relaxation Skills

  • Controlling One's Emotions and Anger Management

  • Succeeding in Relationships and Marriage

  • Successful Parenting Strategies

  • Parenting of Children with Special Needs or Mental Health Conditions

  • Teen Life Skills

  • Coping with Separation and Divorce

  • Self-Empowerment, Goal-Setting, and Making Positive Choices

  • Procrastination and Time Management

  • Finding Your Voice and Purpose

  • Developing Friendships and Connections

Our counseling and therapy services are available in person, by phone, or by video chat, so this service is available to you regardless of where you live.

Contact us today if you would like to schedule a free, no-obligation evaluation to answer your questions and discuss whether our services might be right for you or someone you care about.

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