Sometimes feelings of distress can become overwhelming.
Symptoms of distress are:
- Poor concentration,
- Poor eating habits
- Other destructive behaviors.
You may despair and doubt that relief is possible. But you can feel better again.
My life experience and education make it possible for me to make this statement with confidence.
In my counseling practice I enjoy helping clients find solutions to these overwhelming feelings. We use new strategies to more effectively deal with their problems.
I work with youth, adults, and couples suffering from substance abuse, domestic violence, pornography addiction, ADHD, and OCD, as well as with parents who need new strategies for disciplining their children.
Often the process of finding solutions involves using a “strength perspective.” This is a collaborative effort in which the client identifies personal strengths from previous experiences and we apply them to the current situation. In addition to “strength perspective” therapy, my training includes cognitive behavioral therapy, the Twelve-Step Program, and positive discipline.
I also offer psychodynamic group work to enhance individual sessions. New groups are added by request. Parent education classes using the positive discipline method are popular, and we are currently forming a group for women whose husbands are addicted to pornography.
So if you are considering a change, take a step in the direction of change and give me a call.
Camille Curtis Anderson, MSW, LCSW
Contact Me | Utah Mental Health Services 801.472.7134 firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/UtahMentalHealthServices