600 W. Germantown Pike, Suite 400
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Life is what you make it, don’t deal on the things from the past. Learn from the things that didn’t break you.
The fact that you are willing to start therapy shows that you are resilient and not easily broken. Therapy should bring balance in your life making it easier for you to face whatever comes your way.
Mental illness can cause an affected individual’s life to spiral out of control. This is because mental illness affects thoughts, feelings, behaviors and general interaction with the world and oneself.
If you feel like day to day activities are hard to manage and your problems are affecting your work life and home life such as sleep, intimacy, ability to make sound decisions, then it maybe time to talk to someone in the professional field.
After initial evaluation, If you feel that you to going need inpatient care, then a referral can be made to a local inpatient psychiatric hospital or addiction rehab with most insurance accepted or pay out of pocket.
Therapy lasts for as long as you need it. If you feel that your life becomes easier to manage and your problems start to become easier to deal with, then therapy sessions can start to decrease as long as you feel you are ready. Symptoms should be reduced and coping skills should be maintained in order to keep ongoing stability in one’s life.
Grief and loss
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Person Centered Therapy
Solutions Focused Brief Therapy
Go to your nearest emergency center.
Remember there is help out there.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255.
As a licensed therapist, my goal is to get you the help you need and to do no harm. Therefore, I would be happy to refer you to another professional in the field that can help you whether it is a male or female therapist.
I do not write prescriptions and can help you find a local psychiatrist in your area.