mental health

what is psychotherapy? 

  • psychotherapy involves communication between patients and therapists that is intended to help people:

    • find relief from emotional distress, as in becoming less anxious, fearful or depressed;

    • seek solutions to problems in their lives, such as dealing with disappointment, grief, family issues, and job or career dissatisfaction, and

    • modify ways of thinking and acting that are preventing them from working productively and enjoying personal relationships(american psychological association)

who do I work with?

  • I specialize in psychological assessment and psychotherapy with tweens, adolescents, adults and families.

are we a good fit?

  • areas of expertise are: depression, anxiety, adhd, stress management, adjustment issues, relationship concerns,  family conflict, self-esteem, sleep concerns, grief, work-life balance (or imbalance), integrative medicine, and personal growth.

    • women's wellness is a specific area of interest.  

 

what type of work do I do?

  • the theoretical orientation/therapeutic techniques used vary based on presenting concern and preference, however all are evidence based (meaning—there is decades of research showing that they work). 

    • however... my most frequently utilized forms of therapy are:

      • cognitive behavioral therapy/behavioral therapy

      • motivational interviewing

      • meditation / mindfulness strategies

 

for  detailed information regarding my training/education, therapeutic style, cost/insurance accepted, etc, as well as new patient paperwork,  please visit www.kellybreylovephd.com.

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