Individual, Couple and Family Counseling Topics
The below are some of the kinds of issues I offer counseling for. While these topics do represent what many think of when they think of counseling (and I do help many people with these kinds of struggles), I believe people are more complex (and more important) than particular labels or symptoms. In other words, I do not define people by their struggles, but rather seek to help them define themselves by who they truly are (i.e., a person of value, with certain personality characteristics, and a variety of strengths and weaknesses). So rather than being something that defines a person, I think that lists like the below are best treated as a starting point for beginning to make sense of where one is at, as part of discovering where it is one wishes to go.
|Individual Topics||Relational Topics|
|Assessment & Testing||Assessment & Testing|
|Grief & Loss||Marriage Enrichment|
|Life Transitions||Peer Conflicts|
|Work, Career, Vocation||Boundaries|
|Coaching-Focused Counseling||Death of Loved One|
|Addictions & Compulsive Behaviors|
Other Pages in this Section
- Counseling Services & Approach: Learn about my counseling approach and how I help others make lasting changes.
- Distance Counseling: Learn how technology facilitates the counseling experience even if you are not able to travel to my office.
- Counseling for Counselors: Everyone needs help sometimes, even therapists.
- Teaching & Public Speaking: Learn about how I help others understand and engage complex and important life topics.
- Associates of Transitions: Meet my colleagues who also provide services here in the Transitions office.