I work with people who have symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, and with people who feel as though they are not moving forward in life in the ways they had hoped. They may feel frustrated that they are not finding satisfying relationships or the gratifying career that they had always thought they would.
When people come to me, they have usually tried everything they can think of to address their problems. What we can assume, then, is that there are some things that are out of a person's awareness. By understanding those areas that could not be known, new options become available.
In therapy, we learn in the most current and vital way about aspects of ourselves and our relationships that operate and affect us, but have remained out of our view. Therapy allows us to reclaim parts of ourself and approach life and relationships as a more fully integrated and aware person.
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Accepted Insurance Plans
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- License: Minnesota / LP0170
- School: University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt University
Invited member: Center for Advanced Psychoanalytic Studies, Princeton
- Certificate: American Psychoanalytic Assn / Training/Supervising Analyst
- Certificate Date: 2010
- Unable to move forward in life
- Anger Management
- Emotional Disturbance
- Family Conflict
- Peer Relationships
- Relationship Issues
- School Issues
- Self Esteem
- Suicidal Ideation
- Trauma and PTSD
Types of Therapy
Joan Sacks Lentz