Offering Telehealth Services & Online Counseling Sessions
Do you feel that you are struggling to cope with everyday life?
Do you find yourself paralyzed by the difficult moments of everyday life? Are you struggling with so much sadness that it's hard to remember happier times? Do everyday tasks seem to be all of the sudden overwhelming and just too much to handle?
Have you begun to question your ability to make decisions about your relationship, your kids, your job, because you are afraid to make the wrong decision? Perhaps you are going through a divorce or painful breakup and having a really hard time putting it all back together again….
Are you struggling with your parenting abilities; maybe things seem to be getting out of hand? Are you ready for a change?
Are you tired of struggling in your relationship?
Do you feel that your relationship is "stuck" or that you have fallen into the trap of monotony? Are you constantly in turmoil with your partner?
Do you spend sleepless nights wishing that things could be better?
Do you sometimes wonder if your partner really cares about you?
Do you feel that your needs for closeness are not being met in your current relationship?
Are you beginning to wonder if the only solution is to separate or divorce?
You wish there was a better way, in which you could feel connected and loved by your partner again…
Are you tired of constantly arguing with your teenager?
Have you noticed a recent change in your teenager's personality, friends and school performance?
Are you seeing worrisome behavior that has you wondering if there is more that we are not seeing?
Does your teen seem to have difficulty managing anxiety related to school, friends and relationships?
Have you recently learned that your adolescent is using illicit drugs?
Monica Arroyo, LCSW, Owner & Clinical Director
Sarah Rohan, LMHC, Clinician
Daniela Dechamps, RMHCI, Clinician
Xenia Cabrera, LCSW, Clinician
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Breakups come in many forms. Sometimes they hurt terribly. And sometimes they were such a long time coming that you can’t help but look forward to your freedom. Still, it takes time to recover. Your life changes in many ways. And you begin to see that your life shifts. You no longer need to check-in…Read More
Parents often joke that they are relieved when the end of summer arrives and are eager to put their children back into the routine of the school year. Yet, most of us know that the transition often isn’t an easy one. In fact, your family’s return to the classroom may be fraught with all kinds of…Read More
Wondering how to cope with the socially distant holiday season? 6 tips to make it safe and enjoyable
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Ya de por sí la vuelta a clases implica ansiedad, nervios, excitación, etc. Con la nueva normalidad, los niños y adolescentes enfrentarán algo completamente distinto. Incluso los padres, quienes también deberán adaptarse a la nueva era y al cambio. Tapabocas, mascarillas, distanciamiento, higiene constante, cambio de horarios y nuevas medidas para lograr una convivencia en…Read More