Life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even the strongest people amongst us need a little bit of help to work through some of life’s more challenging problems. Everyone has battles to fight and hurdles to overcome at some point. Whether you struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, or any other issue, you should know that there is hope for a better tomorrow.
“The quality of your life is the quality of your relationships.” -Tony Robbins
You might be initially hesitant to seek out help and support for personal matters, but when you do, you will feel confident that you are taking a courageous first step towards getting to a better place and being a better you.
Our practice specializes in treating individuals, couples and families, and through years of experience, I’m confident that no problem is too great to overcome. Through therapy, there is always a way to address the issues you face and learn coping strategies to help you both right now and in the future.
Meet James A BarbourDrawing from these theoretical perspectives I have successfully worked with individuals, couples and families in healing patterns of thought and behavior leading to anxieties, phobias, depression, substance abuse, marital discord, and conduct disorder. Additionally I help people decrease symptoms of pain and improve personal performance on and off the court. My commitment: To provide my best care to each client every session. The relationship between the client and therapist is the critical foundation on which we will begin; our relationship will begin with warmth, trust, compassion, respect, and dignity.
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Here you will find the newest and most up to date new articles in the field of counseling and psychotherapy. Sources from Psychcentral covering anxiety and depression.