I understand how difficult it can be to reach out to a stranger to discuss your most intimate life details. Daily people face many different
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Depression can have multiple roots of cause. It is not as simple as most would like to portray and believe it or not, it is not as easy as "just getting over it." Not feeling well overall from fatigue, loss of motivation and other symptoms can cause significant emotional and mental distress and often influences your relationship and work performance. I have multiple years of working with individuals to get their life back and have helped many start living the way the have wanted to.
The direction you choose to go in your relationship is your choice and I will never force you to choose otherwise. It is my goal to help you recognize what is best for you and your partner and how to accomplish the goals that are developed as a result.
I am aware how difficult it can be to share your experiences with dissociation. It can be challenging to trust a professional and having a personal choice on how to proceed is extremely important. I have worked many years with individuals experiencing dissociation and work very hard to identify their goals and work hard to help them achieve them.
Everyone does not enter therapy ready for change. Sometimes they enter therapy thinking about making a change. Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find the internal motivation they need to change their behavior.
An individual is a part of multiple groups (subgroups) when being a part of a family. They are part of the family group, maybe a parental or sibling group and of course they are the self. Each of these subgroups influence one another and have a large influence on who we often become. Some behaviors that form can be maladaptive. There are multiple theories that one can utilize to assist with helping the family overcome these behaviors that may not be helping their family.
Many professionals will say the understand trauma and can treat it, but do not have the necessary training to actually do so. There are different types of trauma and some professionals may be qualified to treat some forms while not treating others. I have personally been not only in the treatment of trauma, but also in educating myself in how trauma impacts the brain and body.