The therapist at APC specialize in marriage counseling, sex addiction, support for partners of sex addiction, family therapy, teens, children, grief and loss, anger management, depression, and other mental health issues. The services at APC include individual, couples, family and group counseling.
APC provides caring, professional psychotherapy and counseling in a relationship of trust and respect. The basis of our practice is an integral model; we see each person as essentially whole and include all aspects of the person in the healing process.
In addition, APC functions as a network that not only provides a broad range of counseling services, but also serves as an intermediary to help those in need obtain the best help and services offered by other health care professionals. We focus on getting people in need or crisis the optimum help.
Depression or Anxiety
These are the two most common general issues our clients present. Mood problems can seriously interfere with sleep, interpersonal relationships, physical health and well-being, concentration, and motivation. Counseling can help identify, clarify, and often even simplify problematic thoughts and feelings.
Got teenagers? It is amazing how they can be responsible in one moment and then seem brainless in the next. Why? The human brain does not finish developing until age 22. In addition, there are many pressures for a teenager today. We are seeing more anxiety, depression, self-injury, anger, acting out, and addictive behavior than ever before. Often, teens don’t want to listen to you, or you don’t feel that you know how to help. This is where we can help.
What do you do when you lose someone you love? Whether a death is sudden or anticipated, losing someone is never easy. Often the hardest part comes after the funeral when everyone else returns to their normal lives and you experience isolation and loneliness as you continue to grieve. With compassion and understanding, we will walk with you through the painful stages of grief.
It's often helpful to have an outside perspective or help in developing communication skills and strategies for relationships. When a break-up happens, sometimes it's just nice to have an empathetic listener.
Today, there are good treatments available for PTSD. When you have PTSD, dealing with the past can be hard. Instead of telling others how you feel, you may keep your feelings bottled up. But talking with a therapist can help you get better.
If you are transitioning in a career, a relationship, a home, or an environment, consider allowing our team of professional counselors and therapists to assist you. Together, we will create ways to reduce stress and maximize opportunities to make the life transition not only smooth but rewarding
If you are co-dependent or think you may have some tendencies, there is help. Your family and/or relationship will become a team, not a burden. You will become less resentful and be able to be yourself.
Marriage and Family
Counseling works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and development. It tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. It emphasizes family relationships as an important factor in psychological health.