Development tools for a better you
Life brings its challenges and struggles and in many cases we are quite capable of managing these on our own. We are able to develop strategies for coping that are both effective and positive. Sometimes though, we find that there are events in life for which our toolbox of strategies contains no tool. We find ourselves off course, with no way to get back on-emotionally, physically, financially or spiritually.
Other times, we may choose not to deal directly with life’s issues and challenges but instead to ignore them or just keep moving forward. The more we deal with life in this manner, the more difficult it may become to move on after each successive disappointment, frustration or conflict. An accumulation of unresolved issues can overflow into our lives in many ways such as stress, anxiety, depression, irritability, lack of focus, or even some physical symptoms such as headaches and stomach pains.
Individual psychotherapy (counseling) can help with issues such as depression, anxiety, panic, grief, poor self-esteem, OCD, past traumas, or life transitions when they are getting in the way of living our lives fully. Our concerns seem more manageable when we talk about them with someone we trust. As we unburden ourselves to a supportive, empathic listener, our perspective on the problem often begins to change. Counseling helps us to work through the thoughts and behaviors that keep us from doing what we know would be helpful. The therapeutic alliance with our counselor, teaches us to look beyond obstacles and to get unstuck. We are able to regain a sense of strength, control and pleasure in life.
You might be interested in individual therapy because you’re having a hard time dealing with the stresses of life, interacting with others, parenting, or a myriad of other issues. You might also be interested in personal growth or in just having a place to vent. Individual therapy can cover a wide variety of issues, and whatever the reason you’re interested in individual therapy, we’d like to help you find the therapist that’s right for you!
At Life Skills Resource Group we have 8 therapists who are ready to work with you as an individual. All 8 of our counselors are highly trained and able to help with a wide variety of issues, including but not limited to:
Some of our counselors also have specific individual specialties. You can learn more about all of our counselors and their individual specialties by visiting their individual pages.
Cindy Fabico, MA is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and a Life Coach.
Amy V. Smith, MS is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Risa Bos, MA is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Jessica Conaway, MS is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Krista Bringley, MA, MPH is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Juliana Ochoa, MA, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
Manijeh Sheik, MA, is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern.
Daniel Garner-Quintero is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Our professionals will work with your unique set of circumstances and develop a plan of treatment that honors you.
Call our office today at 407.355.7378 to schedule a free phone consultation and begin the journey of self-reflection and healing in a supportive environment.
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