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Counseling for Anxiety
Is anxiety taking over your life? Does it feel like you can’t control it no matter how hard you try? Have you already tried therapy but found it ineffective? Are people telling you that anxiety is just in your head, you need to get over it, or that you should just pray harder?
Believe it or not, anxiety sufferers are some of my most favorite people to help. Now before you scoff, I say that because the moment my clients gain mastery over their anxiety is one of the best moments in therapy.
Counseling for Depression
Extreme sadness, loneliness, isolation, crying spells, loss of pleasure, exhaustion, negative and suicidal thinking are all normal symptoms when you are depressed.
But what providers are not telling you is that depression is not the end and medication alone is not the only answer. If your symptoms are left untreated, depression can worsen to the point where you are not finding pleasure in living and possibly considering suicide just to have relief.
Counseling for Trauma
Trauma is a complex word; mainly because the definition is so vast and variable. It is important to understand that while something may be traumatic for one person, it may not be for another.
Unfortunately, while trauma is very serious, most people do not realize when they have experienced a traumatic event. Either due to a lack of support or repeated conditioning, people rarely are able to identify when they have been traumatized. The brain however does.
Whether you are seriously dating, engaged, newly married, raising a family, or have been together for decades, all couples benefit from intentional investment in their relationship. Currently, Amanda Kirk provides all of our classes and workshops for couples. We could not be more thankful that she is sharing her love for couples and families in this way. Amanda provides a calm and respectful atmosphere in working with couples while ensuring that progress is made.
Counseling for Couples
RDT Counseling currently offers couples therapy for Virginia residents only. Click HERE to see the courses/workshops we offer for couples that are not bound by state lines!
If you find that your relationship needs additional care – perhaps you’ve grown apart or experienced a negative event in your relationship – couple’s therapy can provide that safe space to address your needs, be heard, and begin to repair the brokenness you are currently experiencing.
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