Family Systems therapy focuses on helping an individuals understand how the dynamics of the family has affected the ability to deal with conflict in a functional or dysfunctional manner.
Addiction counseling focuses on recovery from drug and alcohol abuse as well as behavioral addictions including, but not limited to, relationships, eating, gambling, spending, sex, performance, etc.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that helps clients and patients understand how their thoughts and emotions influence their behavior.
Domestic violence or intimate partner violence occurs when there is physical, sexual, or psychological harm by a current or former partner or spouse or anyone who is in a close relationship with another person. It can involve physical violence, sexual violence, stalking and/or psychological manipulation.
Codependency is a condition in which individuals attempt to and believe that if they control people, places, and situations, they can derive a sense of self-worth. It resembles an addiction to taking care of the needs and the problems of another person. In fact, many of the people I’ve worked with who are in these types of codependent relationships find themselves feeling, in many cases, what can be described as classic signs of addiction.
Personality problems can include a wide varieties of problems. Very simply put, a person with a personality disorders has great difficulty adjusting his or her behavior to the situation that is occurring.