The first question, even before "how can therapy be of help to you", is "can it be of help to you?". The short answer is yes, if you want it to be of help and you are committed to the process. If you are determined that it won't work, it won't.

Now for the longer answer! Therapy must be approached with an open mind and a willingness to seek and accept change. So, if you are ready for change and want to start the journey to a more satisfying life, therapy can be of help. What issues can be addressed with therapy?

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Communication difficulties
  • Trauma
  • Grief and loss stemming from death or separation
  • Low self esteem
  • Overwhelming Stress
  • Intimacy issues/difficulty forming or keeping relationships
  • Parenting problems
  • Impulsive behavior
  • Anger issues
  • Family discord

  • This list is not all encompassing. If you are feeling stuck, beaten, unfulfilled or simply that you have not reached your full potential in life, therapy may be able to help you find your way to the life that you want, to the relationships that you want. It won't happen overnight and there are no magic words I can say to make everything perfect for you. Making change takes time but it will happen faster if you invest in the process and actively participate in the therapy. How long it will take will be determined by your issues, your commitment and the quality of the therapeutic relationship. You can of course terminate the therapy at any time. Should it become apparent that the work we are doing together is not beneficial to you and is ineffective, I will consult with you on ending therapy and if appropriate and wanted give you referrals to alternative therapists or resources.

    Contact: Aurora Mandy (925) 864-4042