Aging/Geriatric: Healthy aging. Mid-life crisis. Cognitive strategies. Overcoming losses. Caregiver support.
Anger Management: Increasing self-awareness. Recognizing outburst antecedents. Utilizing self-soothing techniques.
Anxiety: Generalized anxiety. Specific phobias. Social phobias. Agoraphobia. Panic attack. Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Financial stress.
Creative: Writer’s block. Emotional obstacles. Creative risk-taking. Exploring the unconscious.
Diversity: Marginalization. Prejudice. Persecution.
Death/Dying: End of life issues. Palliative decision-making.
Mood Disorders: Depression. Bipolar disorder. Dysthymia.
Gender/Sexual Orientation: LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning) challenges: Family and friend relationship impacts. Shame. Self-esteem enhancement. Gender-role understanding. Discrimination. Acceptance.
Grief/Loss/Bereavement: Support through various stages of grief. Coping (expected and unexpected losses). Finding and expressing ones needs. Expressing grief/loss in healthier ways. Trigger management. Adapting.
Life Transitions: Job loss. Empty Nest syndrome. Relocation adjustment. Divorce and Relationship closure.
Loneliness: Socialization techniques. Repairing interpersonal relationships. Freeing inhibitions.
Men: Gender specific therapy. Dynamics of personal and societal expectations.
Parenting: Behavioral modification strategies. Co-parenting approaches. Communication skill improvement.
Personal Growth: Self-realization. Interpersonal effectiveness. Overcoming obstacles.
Professional Development: Career stagnation. Professional skill enhancement. Career opportunities. Situational improvement through the understanding psychological dynamics.
Relationships: Communication skills development. Cooperation enhancement. Pre-marital counseling. Loving partnership maintenance.
Self-esteem: Self-concept solidification. Development of talents/skills/abilities.
Stress Management: Relaxation techniques, Guided imagery, Development of adaptive coping skills.
Trauma/Abuse: (Sexual, physical, verbal, and emotional): Coping strategies. Release of Guilt. Relief from Victimization.