Malika O'Neill is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Sexologist, Educator, and Author.
Licensed Professional Counselor in Media, PA
Feminist therapy is an integrative approach to psychotherapy that focuses on gender and the particular challenges and stressors that women face as a result of bias, stereotyping, oppression, discrimination, and other factors that threaten their mental health. The therapeutic relationship, helps empower clients to understand the social factors that contribute to their issues, discover and claim their unique unique identity, and build on personal strengths to better their own lives and others
Anxiety is a normal and often healthy emotion. However, when a person regularly feels disproportionate levels of anxiety, it might become a medical disorder. Anxiety disorders form a category of mental health diagnoses that lead to excessive nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worry. Together, we will develop a customized toolkit to help lessen symptoms and get you back on track to taking control of your life.
There are many common relationship problems in married life, and a lot of them can be avoided, fixed, or resolved using many different methods and techniques. I help couples develop tools and strategies to utilize when rebuilding their relationship. For couples that may feel separation is best, I help them part ways using healthy strategies and coping skills.
Sex therapy is a specialized type of psychotherapy — a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a mental health professional. Through sex therapy, we will address concerns about sexual function, sexual feelings and intimacy, either in individual therapy or couples or family therapy. Sex therapy can be effective for individuals of any age, gender or sexual orientation.
Narrative therapy is a form of psychotherapy that seeks to help patients identify their values and the skills associated with them. It provides the patient with knowledge of their ability to live these values so they can effectively confront current and future problems.
Integrative therapy is a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines different therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of the client. With an understanding of normal human development, an integrative therapist modifies standard treatments to fill in development gaps that affect each client in different ways. By combining elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research, integrative therapy becomes a more flexible and inclusive approach to treatment.