Individuals

      Individual counseling provides an opportunity

      to openly talk about your thoughts and feelings

     in a safe environment. Together, we can discuss

     your issues or concerns with:

  • Self-development
  • Body image issues
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Stress Management
  • Sexual orientation
  • Sexual compulsions
  • Cyber Addictions
  • Substance abuse and dependence
  • Loss and grief counseling


Families


Family dynamics can often be challenging,

whether you have a traditional or non-traditional

family, I can help. Family counseling provides an

opportunity for everyone to openly talk about their

thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.

Together, we can try to solve any familial issues:

  • Parent-child conflicts
  • Family communication problems
  • Defiant, angry, or isolated teens
  • Grief and issues of loss
  • Transitions after divorce or separation


Couples

     Couples counseling is beneficial to those

     interested in improving their relationships.

     I have experience with a diverse range of

     couples from various racial, ethnic, and spiritual

     backgrounds. Couples can be married or dating,

     straight or gay.  I assist couples with:

  • Communication
  • Financial disagreements
  • Infidelity
  • Trust issues
  • Premarital, Pre-commitment counseling
  • Domestic violence

FAQs


How long and how many times a week is a typical session?

Sessions are usually 50 minutes. Most clients are seen once or twice a week in the beginning, then, as time goes on, less frequently. The number of sessions depends on what your current needs are.


How long will I be in counseling?

The length of time a client is in counseling depends on the nature of the problem and the goals of the counseling. Some clients have a very specific problem that can be worked through in a set course of counseling. For others, counseling is an on-going learning process and they choose to receive counseling for a longer period.



What if I want couples counseling, but my partner won't come?

Unfortunately, sometimes one partner is not as willing as the other to come in for counseling. However, I often find that it is possible to improve the relationship with just one person involved in counseling.



How much are your Fees and do you take insurance?

Your fee depends on the kinds of services you request.



Do I need to take medications?

As a counselor and therapist, I am not legally allowed to prescribe medications. However, based on a joint assessment of problems you are facing, it may be advisable to consult with a psychiatrist to determine whether medication is warranted. Typically, clients see someone under their health insurance coverage or we can refer you to a psychiatrist.

Counseling

  • Depression, Sadness and Loneliness
  • Codependency
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Communication issues
  • Trust issues
  • Sex issues and homosexuality
  • Grief 
  • Domestic Violence
  • Substance Abuse 
  • Emotional intimacy
  • Trauma
  • Self-esteem issues

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 Multiple perspectives psychotherapy services that will transform your views and your life through growing and flourishing.

Ana Elizabeth Iosipan, PhD.   LMHC, LMFT