Teresa M. Hunt, Ph.D. (Affiliated Practitioner)
Psychotherapy involves regular sessions with a therapist trained to connect with people in emotional need and to help them grow, learn, and heal. Many things may lead you to psychotherapy including feelings of sorrow or unhappiness, stress or sleeplessness, or a conviction that it’s time to make changes in your life and you’re not sure where to begin. Each person’s therapy is unique. Therapists are trained in a variety of treatment methods and apply their various skills to the specific needs of each individual. Most psychotherapists have been through their own personal exploration and their evolution in that process can be of service to you. Psychotherapy may include individual sessions, marital, family, or group work involving children, adolescents, or adults.