We realize that no two people are the same and as such tailor my therapy to meet the specific needs of clients who come to our center. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression or any other issue, we will help you recognize underlying problems, fully realize your strengths and adjust certain behaviors and thoughts to see things a different, healthier way.
DCW specializes in treating individuals, couples and families and offer comprehensive services dealing with:
Emotional eating Coaching —
Do you find yourself eating mindlessly? Are you more than 20% over your ideal weight? Have you experienced childhood wounds that continue to haunt you? You’ve know every diet out there because you’ve tried them all. You lose weight only to find yourself pack it back on and then some. You have a range of clothing sizes in your closet and hope to one day fit back in to the smaller ones. You might avoid your doctor because each visit you’re scolded or made to feel ashamed of your weight problem. You want to lose weight and would do anything to accomplish this goal, but it just doesn’t happen.
I know what you’re going through. It’s frustrating and not many understand. I can help. I’ve created a program just for women ages 21-45 years old who feel like their eating is connected to their emotional states. It’s for women who want to finally conquer this lifelong battle, lose weight and feel better about themselves.
Call me and let’s talk about what you’ve been through. If I can’t help you, I’ll refer you to a professional who can. No need to struggle and feel like your weight is holding you back.
Divorcing or separating parents
Recently divorced? Separated? Struggling to communicate with your child’s mother or father? Are there frequent arguments? Is your child caught in the middle and your at a lost for how to resolve conflict? When a relationship has ended but the presence of a child requires continued interaction and communication between parties the importance of coparenting becomes key to creating stability for a child. While things may seem as though they cannot get better, with the right tools and support two parents can learn effective coparenting strategies to communicate, work together and alleviate the stress and adjustment issues placed on their child. I work with parents who are struggling to find common ground in raising their child. Through coparenting counseling you can learn how to put the past in the past, acquire positive communication techniques and develop a plan on how to best move forward as coparents. You may feel like coparenting is impossible but with the right tools you can create a family dynamic that helps your child reach success.