A variety of therapeutic styles are used [cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, relaxation training} to create effective problem-solving strategies for couples, families, and work relationships.
I provide an environment of safety and support allowing clients to take action and make decisions necessary to move forward in their lives.
People are remarkably resilient in the face of life's hardships and the committment to therapy is the first step to meaningful change.
Members of this group include individuals who are coming out of ended relationships (both dating and divorced).
Topics to be focused on: *Effective listening skills *Conflict management *What defines healthy intimacy *Better understanding of gender differences *Learning what is acceptable and unacceptable - setting boundaries Psychology Today verifies the information at the time a therapist is initially listed in the directory and then upon expiration of the professional's credentials.
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