Telehealth therapy is an increasingly popular way of providing mental health services remotely. In the state of Pennsylvania, telehealth has been increasingly used to help adults with ADHD, allowing clients to access mental health professionals from the comfort and safety of their own homes. This can be especially useful for those with mobility issues or those who may face stigma seeking care in person.
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Individuals looking to take control of their emotions and lives. Maybe you’re feeling unfulfilled in your relationships or career. You might be struggling with people-pleasing, codependency, speaking up, or feeling lost in life. Some common issues addressed in therapy include:
Together we will explore the intricacies of your relationship. We begin with a couples intake session where we learn about your relationship history, current concerns and set goals together.
Following the first session, we will ask to see you both individually. These individual sessions will be used to learn about each of you as partners and individuals while also focusing on your family dynamics and upbringing.
In subsequent couples sessions we will look at behavior patterns, communication style, and we will support you as you make effective changes to grow closer to one another while maintaining your personal identity.
There are many misconceptions about sex therapy, but there is no nudity, physical exams, or touching between therapist and client(s).We use a holistic approach to help each client reconnect with their body, communicate their needs, and allow themselves to experience pleasure. Discussing sex and sexuality can evoke feelings of shame or embarrassment for some.
In order to create a safe and shame-free space we work to establish stable communication prior to exploring these areas. Some common topics discussed in sex therapy are: