Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, can be short or long term. It is typically a weekly treatment that can help with a broad array of emotional difficulties. Problems helped by psychotherapy include difficulties in coping with daily life, with the impact of trauma, relationships, medical illness, loss and grief; and with specific emotional issues, such as depression or anxiety.
generalized anxiety disorders
post-traumatic stress disorder
lack of motivation or interest
loss of self-worth
feeling down, depressed or hopeless
anger and irritability
risk taking behaviors
alternating periods of mania and depression
lack of focus
inability to complete tasks
discomfort with eating
extreme mood swings
obsession with food
bingeing and purging
Both Dr. Hubbard and Riz Khan provide limited psychotherapy, but our primary psychotherapist is Dr. Ann Wycoff, who is a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of psychotherapy experience. If, because of limited availability our providers are unable to provide psychotherapy, we will provide you with referrals to other psychotherapists within the local community with whom we have worked for many years.
Among the many forms of psychotherapy in existence, we believe strongly in the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). During the course of CBT we will help you identify and change thinking and behavior patterns that are harmful or ineffective and replace them with more rational thoughts which results in more stable moods. It is a therapy that focuses on current problems and allows you to practice new skills in the “real world.”
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