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Mental Health Challenges

Mental Health Challenges encompass a spectrum of conditions that affect an individual’s emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Therapies under this category aim to address and alleviate the distressing symptoms associated with each condition, fostering improved functioning and quality of life.

  • Anxiety Therapy: Targets the pervasive feelings of worry and physical symptoms such as restlessness, facilitating coping strategies to manage anxiety in everyday situations.
  • Depression Therapy: Focuses on lifting the heavy fog of persistent sadness, loss of interest, and energy, helping individuals regain motivation and pleasure in life.
  • Disordered Eating Therapy: Addresses unhealthy eating behaviors and the psychological aspects of eating disorders, aiming to establish a balanced relationship with food and body image.
  • Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Therapy: Works to break the cycle of intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors, employing techniques such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP).
  • Phobia Therapy: Involves gradually exposing individuals to their fears to reduce the intense and irrational reactions that phobias provoke.
  • Substance Use Therapy: Offers support for overcoming dependence on drugs or alcohol, including withdrawal management, relapse prevention, and addressing underlying issues.
  • Trauma & PTSD Therapy: Helps those who have experienced traumatic events process their memories and emotions, reducing symptoms like flashbacks, avoidance, and hyperarousal.

Each of these therapeutic areas focuses on interventions that are tailored to the individual’s experiences, working collaboratively to develop resilience and provide relief from the challenges of mental health conditions.

Dr. Marina Costanzo

Dr. Marina Costanzo

Dr. Eli Reding

Dr. Eli Reding

Dr. Chelsea Sanders

Dr. Chelsea Sanders

Dr. Shawnee Brew

Dr. Shawnee Brew

Dr. Stacy Bonds

Dr. Stacy Bonds

How it Works

How it Works