• Depression, Anxiety, Worry
  • Relationship Difficulties
  • Work Performance
  • Self-Defeating Behavior
  • Substance & Compulsion Troubles
  • Parenting
  • School Problems
  • Divorce
  • Stress
  • Post-Traumatic Stress
  • Grief and Loss
  • Personal Development

What is brief therapy?

Some problems seem harder to solve than they actually are and can be addressed in a few focused sessions.

What Is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is a well-validated method for getting relief and solving problems.  It can  promote personal growth, help you acquire skills, get things into proportion. Psychotherapy commonly contributes to an increased sense of freedom, aliveness and possibility.

What is psychoanalysis?

Psychoanalysis was the first conceptually organized widely practiced psychotherapy. It has evolved since its early days. That developmental experience influences character, individuals can often have conflicting wishes and that experience alters both mind and brain are now widely accepted beliefs. As a treatment, psychoanalysis can delve into and resolve problems of long-standing.

People in analysis are not necessarily more troubled than those in psychotherapy. They may have unfulfilled potential or dilemmas that are more “set”.

Some people who have not gotten results they expected may reject psychotherapy altogether when the type of therapy may not have been optimal in the first place.

Psychoanalysis requires commitment. Sessions are more frequent and the process is lengthy but analysis can also accomplish more. It is commonly analogized to an archaeological dig or journey backwards in time but it is more accurate to say that psychoanalysis is a close study of how a person engineers parts of their current experience in terms that are partly outside of awareness.

Psychotherapy or psychoanalysis can be an excellent investment. The removal of certain inhibitions often helps people with professional success.