- AD/HD or ADD in children and adults – distinguishing between this and other mental health problems that cause the same symptoms, and pin-pointing which executive functions are lagging and how to strengthen them
- Different types of Depression
- All types of Anxiety; and Healing from trauma (PTSD)
- Helping women through Peri-Menopause and Menopause (and men too when their hormones change in midlife)
- Mental Health symptoms that the person or parent doesn’t know what they are; that they haven’t yet found an explanation that enables improvement
- Adjustment Problems to changes, illnesses, transitions
- Grief and loss
- Couple and Family problems; Parenting coaching
- Developmental problems in Children
- Other Relationship problems including Overcoming Co-dependence
- Career problems; Creativity blocks; Life Coaching or Decision Making needs
- Spiritual, Ethical and Existential issues, including healing in relationship with Nature.
- Integrity Therapy
- Acculturation problems. Dealing with racism and prejudice. Internalized anti-Semitism and other forms of internalized oppression.
- Managing stress and difficult emotions
- Wanting to feel happier and more fulfilled
I don’t specialize in treating Eating Disorders or Addictions to drugs/alcohol or gambling; and I am not set up to treat Personality Disorders – though I am a helpful coach to family members of those afflicted by these conditions.
Tele-Mental Health is not appropriate for people who have suicidal ideation or feelings, or other safety concerns, because they need access to a professional and other resources in their area. The good news is that I have been using tele-mental health successfully with couples, and also in healing traumas and inner conflicts with guided symbolism methods like Neuro-Linguistic-Programming and Internal Family Systems. (At first these seemed more appropriate for in-person sessions, but it proved not to be the case.)