Psychotherapeutic Counseling

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 is psychotherapy?  Psychotherapy is a method or way to help people bring about change in their lives. These changes may involve any one or more of the following—exploring different belief systems, thinking differently, feeling differently, or making different choices. While these changes are are a key part of psychotherapy, it is important to remember that they happen during a process; therapy is intended to be a process where one moves forward in one's own individual development, enhancing one's relationship with “self” and others. Along this journey, the therapist serves as  guide in your discovering, examining, and—often for the first time—facing the challenges involved in facilitating change and in making healthy life choices.

Introduction to Psychotherapeutic Counseling

Counseling and psychotherapy are terms used synonymously, in most cases, for listening-and-talking based methods of addressing psychological and psychosomatic problems and changes.

Adult Psychotherapy

Adults often seek psychotherapeutic treatment when life presents them and their loved ones with situations or experiences that were unplanned, unwanted, and highly intrusive.

Couples therapy

Couples therapy is an effective option when the well being of a relationship is compromised by recurring quarrels, by problems of communication, and by the influence of unresolved conflicts.

Adolescent Psychotherapy

Adolescents experience unique and at times unbearable pressures and difficulties in today’s world.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is not intended to be a substitute for medical diagnosis and treatment. If you are experiencing physical pain or emotional crisis, consult a medical and/or mental health professional.

© 2017 Carl Sayles, PsyD