Treatments

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Adult ADD/ADHD

Frequent careless mistakes, difficulty organizing life and clutter at home/office/car, difficulty focusing and following conversations, frequently losing items, being easily distracted by noise or activity, being forgetful in daily activities, difficulty staying still, fidgeting, excessive talking and interrupting others.

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Depression

Depressed/sad/irritable mood, loss of pleasure/joy, crying spells, decreased socialization, low appetite or excessive eating, sleep difficulty or excessive sleep, low energy, decreased concentration and forgetfulness, hopelessness, excessive feelings of guilt, suicidal thoughts and plans.

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Anxiety

Feeling restless/on edge, being easily fatigued, difficulty concentrating, irritable mood, muscle tension, sleep disturbances, unexplained bodily aches, excessive worry, anxiety/fear in social situations, panic attacks, phobias, unwanted recurring thoughts and repetitive behaviors.

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PTSD

Unwanted recurrent memories and dreams following trauma, flashbacks, avoidance of reminders, inability to remember important pieces of trauma, negative beliefs about oneself, constant negative emotional state/inability to experience positive memories, irritability, hypervigilance, poor concentration and sleep disturbances.

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Unexplained Medical Symptoms

Medical Problems Exacerbated by Psychological Stress or Psychological Stress Caused by Medical Illness such as cancer, psoriasis, irritable bowel syndrome, asthma, body aches, seizures, autoimmune diseases…

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TRAUMA-eMDR Ego State Therapy

EMDR is a structured therapy that encourages the patient to briefly focus on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation. Both EMDR and Ego State Therapy are significantly effective therapies that heal your emotional wounds and change your behavior.

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Do I Have PTSD?

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Why Do My Patients Love
Online Therapy?

Lack of
Time

People may not have the time to attend an in-person counseling or therapy appointment or may live too far from a therapist’s office to make it practical.

Physical
Hurdles

There may be physical challenges that make it difficult for people to travel to an in-person appointment.

Shyness or
Embarrassment

Some may feel uncomfortable with the idea of attending counseling sessions in person and prefer online therapy’s privacy and confidentiality.

Agoraphobia or
Social Anxiety

Some people may have phobias or mental health conditions that make it difficult for them to leave their homes or be in new environments.