Womens counseling Orlando offers counseling to women of all ages and stages of life.
Have you been struggling with issues that aren’t resolving on their own? Do you have problems within your relationships that seem to crop up regularly, but you can’t figure out why? Do you struggle with being a “people pleaser” and then find yourself feeling emotionally exhausted or left empty? Do you find yourself feeling frequently “moody” or reacting to events in ways you aren’t proud of? Do you get easily triggered by memories or past events?
A recent study by the Center for Disease Control concluded that women experience anxiety and depression at higher rates than men and seek treatment. Women are also more prone to develop eating disorders than men and mental health issues related to biological, environmental, or psychosocial influences. With more than 17 years of mental health experience, I am trained to help women with any mental health concern. I offer therapy techniques for specific female issues and are sensitive to the specific needs of women. The following list is just an example of common issues women deal with at are treated by our counselors at Orlando Thrive Therapy:
Womens counseling Orlando offers solutions to women that find that their ability to fulfill their roles in life have caused them concern or negative feelings. Many women who are dealing with a mental health issue find it difficult to be the best mother, wife, girlfriend, boss, team player, daughter, sister, or friend and those relationships begin to suffer. Whatever the role might be, women often find themselves struggling with mental health issues and not knowing where to go for support. Seeking counseling is a great place for a woman to find the right balance she needs, objective support, and fresh new perspective.
At Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching & Counseling, I offer individual and group therapy to help women gain confidence again, develop better self-esteem and inner dialogue, improve self-talk and body confidence, set healthy boundaries, use healthy coping skills, and create deeper, more satisfying relationships with people they love.