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Browse Therapists by Specialty

Therapists in our Community work with and support clients on a  wide variety of issues

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Scroll through the list below to easily view therapists who specialize in a particular issue or therapeutic approach. Visit our Learn about Mental Health section to learn more about a specific mental health issue or therapeutic approach.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition in which a person has trouble paying attention, has trouble sitting still, and tends to act impulsively. It is one of the most common mental health issues affecting children, and affects many adults as well. 

Browse therapists in our Community who support clients struggling with anger management and healthy expression.

Our body is hardwired to respond with anxiety when we anticipate something might be dangerous or threatening. However, when anxiety begins to negatively impact one’s activities, relationships and overall well being, it is important to obtain treatment/support. 

Art therapists use tools for creative expression that might include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, to name a few. At all times, the emphasis of the art invitation is on the process rather than the product.

Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD, affects 1 in 54 children in the United States. It is four times more common in boys than girls, and occurs in all ethnic, racial and socio-economic groups. Just as there is no one presentation of ASD, there is no one cause of ASD.

Bereavement describes the pain and sadness that is experienced specifically following the death of a loved one. The bereavement process is unique and personal to each individual.

Bipolar disorder is a mental health illness that is associated with episodes of extreme mood swings. These mood swings range from expansive highs (mania/hypomania) to extreme lows (depression). Bipolar disorder is also referred to as manic-depressive disorder.

Browse therapists in our Community who help identify and support the needs of clients with Borderline Personality Disorder

There is no one size fits all approach to child therapy, though there are a few general things you can expect. At the initial therapy sessions, the therapist will ask questions about your child’s strengths and interests, and about issues that are bringing your child to therapy.

Psychological intervention for pain management is unique to each individual. When engaging in therapy for pain management, your therapist will likely work with you to explore and challenge your thoughts around pain.

Couples therapy tends to be solution-focused. Typical goals for therapy include helping couples recognize and resolve conflict, improve communication, increase a sense of empathy and understanding for one another, and build greater intimacy and respect

Depression is the leading mental health diagnosis in the United States, with more than three million people diagnosed each year, and a significant cause of disability around the world.

View and read about therapists in our Community who have experience helping families navigate the issues that may arise during separation and divorce. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is designed to help individuals manage the distress associated with trauma. Theoretically, the EMDR process removes the emotional blockage that occurs with trauma so that natural healing can occur.

Browse therapists who support clients experiencing Existential Crisis as they explore the meaning of their lives. 

Many individual factors and family dynamics can interfere with the development of healthy family relationships and interactions. Family therapy is a valuable resource for making positive changes in the family dynamic.

Grief is a response that occurs after losing someone or something important. For example, people might grieve following divorce, the loss of a job, a change in health status, retirement, death of a loved one.

The vast majority of people in the United States do not get enough sleep, either by choice or because of difficulty falling and staying sleeping. There are many causes of insomnia, including poor sleep habits/hygiene, inactive lifestyles, and too much caffeine or alcohol consumption in the latter half of the day.

Browse and learn about therapists who are sensitive to, and specialize in, issues unique to the LGBTQ community

Browse and read about the backgrounds and experience of therapists in our Community who specialize in the field of Neuropsychology.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition in which a person suffers from uncomfortable, recurring thoughts and behaviors. The exact cause of OCD is not clear, but research points to neurological and neurochemical causes. 

Panic attacks are intense feelings of fear and anxiety that can be accompanied by uncomfortable physical sensations. These episodes can occur at any time; during stressful situations, while sleeping, or at random and unexpected times throughout the day. 

Working with a therapist can assist in exploring personal histories and the impact of those histories on parenting choices. Therapy also provides an opportunity to obtain unbiased support as one navigates the challenges of parenting, those that are common to most and those that are unique to you.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a reaction that may occur after witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. Anyone who has gone through a life-threatening event (or witnessed something life-threatening happen to someone else) can develop PTSD.

If you find yourself struggling to develop healthy relationships, or engaging in repeated relational patterns that do not serve you well, therapy can be a valuable tool. Therapy may help you increase your understanding of factors that create relational challenges and help you to develop more satisfying and intimate relationships.

There are many factors that impact one’s self-esteem, including personality, upbringing, and how one has handled and integrated successes and failures. Many struggle with low self-esteem. In fact, it is one of the most common themes in therapy.

Social anxiety is more than just being shy or nervous. Those suffering from social anxiety disorder are extremely anxious about what they might say or do in front of other people, and feel very concerned about being judged or viewed negatively by others.

Exploring our lives beyond our concrete five senses can assist in facing long held fears as well as quell normal tides of grief and loneliness. Many adults begin this journey during challenging times, when trying to understand the purpose of their lives. Therapy can be a welcoming and safe place for this exploration.

Many teens benefit from one-on-one therapy. Therapy offers a safe place to obtain guidance and support during this time of budding independence, and is a good resource as teens work to develop positive coping skills.

Browse and learn about therapists in our Community who help clients understand, manage and reduce symptoms occurring in response to trauma.

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