Many adults come to therapy looking for help with depression, anxiety, a relationship crisis or job dissatisfaction. They arrive with very specific uncomfortable symptoms they are looking to fix. Others experience a vague sense of unhappiness or sadness that they don’t entirely understand. They may be hoping to find or increase a sense of meaning and purpose in their lives. And some adults, often those with histories of trauma, have been functioning successfully in one area of their lives, but find that other spaces – romantic relationships, self-care, eating problems or maintaining sobriety are “a mess”.
At Clear Mind we work collaboratively with you to structure the treatment and approach. This might mean utilizing CBT or DBT to reduce symptoms of anxiety or depression, or relational psychodynamic therapy to explore deep-seated conflicts and adjust long-standing relational patterns that are unsatisfying or limiting your ability to experience intimacy or set clearer boundaries.