Typical Therapy Problems

The goal of therapy is to improve quality of life.  Sometimes problems arise that challenge us and keep us from making the best of what life has to offer.  Below are some of the most common problems successfully addressed in therapy.  If you do not see your problem listed here, please feel free to contact Rita to discuss if therapy can help.

Adults

  • Mood issues – depression, anxiety, stress.
  • Relationship issues – marital, parent-child, co-dependency.
  • Life transitions – loss, mid-life issues, retirement, return to work, empty nest.
  • Career and workplace issues.
  • ADHD.

Adolescents

  • Mood issues – depression, anxiety, stress.
  • Performance issues – academic, sports.
  • Identity issues.
  • Relationship issues – conflict with parents, siblings, peers.
  • Life transitions – changing schools, leaving home.

Children

  • Mood issues – depression, anxiety, stress.
  • Academic problems, ADHD.
  • Behavior problems.
  • Relationship issues – conflict with parents, siblings, peers.
  • Social problems – ADHD, Asperger’s.