Therapy

Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety, in its various forms, and depression are the most common mental health problems in our culture today. Fortunately, there is a range of therapies that are proven effective in helping people learn to manage these problems.

Trauma

Traumatic events can be life-changing, and provoke painful memories, chronic tension, insomnia, and impair one's ability to function in life. Therapy can help transform trauma into growth experiences.

Relationships

Relationships challenges are part of the human experience. However, emotional pain, trust issues, resentments, and doubts can prove to be major obstacles in life. Couples therapy provides a safe place to address and overcome these issues.

Personality Issues

Recurring problems with other people, including close friends and family, can point to personality issues. Therapy can provide an objective and safe setting for self-examination, personal change, and, ultimately, growth.


Compulsive Behavior

Compulsive behavior can take many forms, often involving addictive behaviors (including porn use), obsessive and unwanted thoughts, and rituals or repetitive acts that must be performed in a fixed way.

Other Problems

Therapy can provide help for a range of emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and related problems. If you are not reaching your full potential in life, if you are unhappy, if caring people are concerned about you, contact Dr. McAnulty for a consultation.