Therapy Specialties

Specializing in a wide range of therapy topics.


Fears of abandonment usually stem from childhood loss and trauma. When people's emotional needs aren't met, they can start to feel insecure, resentful, and many times seek partners that treat them in ways their caretakers treated them during childhood. Therapy helps you cope with your fears by helping you separate the past from the present and enables you to develop realistic expectations moving forward.


Gambling Addiction, Spending Addiction, Love Addictions, Drug or Alcohol Addictions, Sex Addictions, Substance Abuse

Adult Issues

Failure to Launch, “My Adult Child Won’t Leave Our House.”, Sex Therapy, Sex & Sexuality, Fetishes, Life Changes


Getting Older, Aging with Grace, Caring for Parents as they Age/Deteriorate, Dying Parents, Hospice Care Counseling, Geriatric Counseling, End of Career, Loss of Independence, Loss of Friends, Declining Health, Children Moving Away


Social Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Phobias, COVID-19, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Stress Management, Exhaustion

Behavior Disorders

Anger Management, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Aspergers, ADHD / ADD

Culture-Related Issues

Interracial Couples, Therapy for Black Women/Men, Therapy for Persons of Color, Therapy for Minorities, Black Lives Matter Movement

Eating Disorders

Believe it or not, eating disorders are the deadliest mental illnesses. While there are many different eating disorders, the most common are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Many people with eating disorders fall outside of these three diagnoses, so it can be challenging to identify whether or not you're suffering from one if you don't align with one of those three. A general rule is that those who suffer from an eating disorder focus too much on their weight, body shape, and food, leading to dangerous eating behaviors. Therapy can teach you how to replace unhealthy habits with healthy ones and improve your overall relationship with food. Recovery works best when you have a team of people that support you, so family-based therapy gets your family members involved to make sure you are sticking to your new healthy eating patterns.

Family Issues

Parenting, Blended Families, Adoption & Foster Care, Mental Illness and our Family, Family Therapy, Parental Alienation, Divorce and Children, Reunification, Multigenerational, Multifamily, Family Violence, Family Roots

Grief & Loss

Death and Dying, Friends or Family Moves Away, Loss of Job/Lifestyle


Adults, Young Adults, Individual Counseling, Life Coaching, Students, Women / Woman, Men / Man, Self Esteem

Kids, Teens & Those In-Between

Child / Play Therapy, Bullying, Tween Years, Teens & Adolescents, School Issues, Violence Towards Others

LGBTQ & Gender Issues

LGBTQ Couples, Gender Dysphoria, Sexual Orientation Issues, Transgender Adults, Transgender Teens, Transgender Marital Issues, Mental Health Issues within the LGBTQ Community, LGBTQ Conception, LBGTQ Religion Issues, Gender Identity


Everyone feels alone sometimes, but you may experience overwhelming and long-lasting loneliness when your needs for social connection aren't met. Therapy can help you uncover other possible mental health causes of your loneliness and help you explore ways to make changes that help you cope or minimize your feelings of loneliness.

Mood Disorders

Depression, Suicidal Thoughts, Bipolar Disorders, Mood Disorders, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Anger

Personality Disorders

Compulsive Lying, Personality Disorders, Narcissism, Passive Aggressive, Schizoid Personality Disorder, Delusional / Paranoid Disorder, Multiple Personality / Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Pregnancy Related Difficulties

Loss of Pregnancy, Postpartum Depression, Dealing with Abortion, Infertility, IVF, Surrogate Partners


Pre-Engagement, Pre-Marital Counseling, LGBTQ Couples, Post-Divorce Counseling, Pre-Divorce Counseling, Infidelity & Affairs, Relationship Issues, Couples Counseling, Marriage Counseling, Interracial Couples, Long Distance Relationships, Divorce Adjustment, Boundaries

Religion/Spiritual Counseling

Christian Counseling, Spiritual Healing, Finding My Place


Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and it's entirely preventable. There are many stages to suicidality, beginning with ideation and progressing to suicidal behavior. Suicide is never the source of a problem; it's the sign of an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. Therapy can help you explore the issues causing your suicidal thoughts and create a plan that treats the underlying complication. Although purposefully hurting yourself may seem like an isolating experience, it's way more common than you'd think, especially in adolescents and young adults. Self-harm is a sign of emotional distress and indicates a need for better coping skills. There are various mental illnesses associated with self-harm, including borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders, anxiety, or PTSD. However, self-harm doesn't require a diagnosable mental illness. Any form of emotional pain can lead an individual to harm themselves.

Trauma & Abuse Recovery

Mental Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Complex Trauma Recovery, PTSD Recovery, PTSD Recovery for Veterans, EMDR for Trauma, COVID-19, Police Brutality