Judith Rosen Counselling & Therapy

Individuals - Couples - Adolescents

Would Therapy Be Helpful? 

People come to counselling for different reasons. Sometimes they are dissatisfied with their life; it just isn't what they had wanted. They may feel that life is passing them by. They may have lost their enthusiasm or ambition. They may feel that something is wrong, but don't quite know what. This is a time to consider counselling.

At other times, people have a problem or a situation that has been troubling them for some time. They have tried to change it, but have not been successful. The problem may be an emotion that takes over like anger, anxiety, depression or grief.  The problem could be a traumatic past event that they have not been able to move past. An addiction to food, spending or sex could become unmanageable. An important relationship could be in danger or collapse. These are times to consider therapy.

In some situations, a person finally acknowledges that life has been very painful for a long time. They donít seem to be able to get their needs met like other people. Nothing goes well for them. Life may be filled with conflict, isolation, fear or addiction. Their relationship with themselves is painful. In one way or another they sabotage themselves continually. They act out in ways that they cannot control.  They have had suicidal thoughts or perhaps have even attempted. This is a time to consider therapy.

I work with people everyday who have these kinds of problems. Over the years I have become well acquainted with many of them. My specialties include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Relationship Issues
  • Alcohol and Drug Problems
  • Low Self Esteem
  • Abuse of All Kinds
  • All Situations of Trauma
  • Illness and Death