Common Concerns



People who experience depression often feel down for extended periods. They lose interest in activities that they once found pleasurable. Depression negatively affects millions of Americans each year. 

Anxiety and Stress

Stress and anxiety are related but often confused. Stress is tension associated with a specific event (e.g., a test or a job), while anxiety is a non-specific worry about the future. To find relief, people with anxiety may turn to repetitive routines, preoccupations, or addictions. 

Trauma and PTSD

Many individuals can experience symptoms associated with painful and traumatic circumstances. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are a few emotions that can linger post traumatic events.  


Self-esteem is a feeling of personal worth. It is important to be able to value yourself regardless of your current state of personal achievement, beauty, or intelligence. Your self-esteem creates the foundation for a full life, great relationships, and a feeling of well-being. 

Anger, Guilt, and Shame

These are painful feelings that we experience from time to time. In some cases, these feelings may occur with great intensity and frequency, impacting how we interact with others and our quality of life.

Familial and Relationship Stress

Relationships, both old and new, have a significant impact on our lives. Family of origin and early relationships tend to shape how we understand the world and perceive ourselves and our current relationships.