Awakenings Offers Psychotherapy …


Couple’s Counseling

Have you been considering therapy because you’ve lost the “in-love” feeling? Are you constantly fighting because your partner is critical and controlling? Does your spouse ignore your needs or withdraw into silence? Is your intimate life strained or non-existent?

Do these complaints sound familiar?

  • “We can’t talk anymore.”
  • “I feel like I have to do everything myself.”
  • “No matter what I do it’s not enough for them.”
  • “My partner doesn’t appreciate me and what I do.”
  • “I’m not sure I ever really loved my partner.”
  • “My spouse never wants to have sex.”
  • “My partner cheated; they’re okay but I’m left with trust issues.”

Couple’s counseling will deepen your connection to help you feel in-love again. Start today to restore respect, listening, sex and emotional intimacy!

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Sex Therapy

Sex is so private that when things go wrong, we feel alone with seemingly everyone else having easy, hot sex. But everyone has sexual problems sometimes.

Sex therapy clients might say:

  • “My partner never wants to have sex; I feel trapped.”
  • “I can’t have an orgasm.”
  • “I have no desire and could care less about having sex again.”
  • “My girlfriend is breaking up with me because of my premature ejaculation.”
  • “I’m too young to have erectile dysfunction.”
  • “Sex hurts; can you help me?”
  • “The only thing we fight about is sex.”

Sex therapy is a safe place as a couple to talk about intimacy, to get answers to your questions, and resolve specific sexual dysfunction like ED, PE, no orgasm and low libido.


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Anxiety Treatment

Most people these days live a busy, fast-paced, stressful lifestyle where they work too long, have huge responsibilities and live without support from close-by family. It’s almost unavoidable to feel stressed out. But sometimes worry and anxiety about the future, take on a life of it’s own. People with anxiety often describe:

  • constant worry
  • feeling overwhelmed
  • trouble sleeping
  • extreme stress
  • racing heart
  • social anxiety
  • obsessive thinking
  • hypochondria
  • intrusive thoughts
  • panic attacks
  • flashback memories

All these people describe dealing with anxiety of different types – generalized anxiety (GAD), panic disorder, social avoidance or social anxiety, agoraphobia, post-traumatic syndrome (PTSD) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD.) When worry, stress, panic, and anxiety stop you from finding peace and relaxation, our counselors can help!

Depression Therapy

Depressed people often weep or cry more frequently. Men may express depression as increased irritability and anger. Depression may impact your ability to make decisions and concentrate. Situational depression sometimes comes from a stressful event like beginning college, moving away from friends and family or getting a divorce.

Here’s what people say about depression:

  • “I’m always close to tears”
  • “I can’t sleep and I can’t eat.“
  • “I’m hopelessly bored with my life
  • “I feel empty on the inside.”
  • “My husband seems angry and irritable all the time.”
  • “The future seems hopeless.”
  • “I’m sometimes disgusted with how little I’ve accomplished.”
  • “Some days I feel so worthless.”

We can help! Our therapists at Awakenings know how to help you find stability against life’s winds and storms.