TherapyNest
 

SERVICE

#1

 

DEPRESSIVE AND ANXIETY DISORDERS


“I just don’t feel like myself lately…”

 
 

Major Depressive Disorder
Characterized by a combination of symptoms that interfere with a person’s ability to work, sleep, study, enjoy once-pleasurable activities, and function normally.

Dysthymic Disorder
Characterized by less severe but more persistent symptoms that occur continuously for two or more years.  People with Dysthymia may also experience Major Depression during their lifetimes.

Postpartum Depression
Characterized by a new mother developing a major depressive episode within one month of delivering her baby.  Many are surprised to learn that it is not uncommon, occurring in as many as 10-15% of women after delivery. 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Characterized by chronic anxiety, exaggerated worry and tension, even when there is little or nothing to provoke it.

 

SERVICE

#2

 

LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS


“I love my partner, but…” 

 
 

Couples counseling

Communication impasse between partners

Dating strategies

Work/social life balance

Sexual orientation

Divorce and uncoupling

Pre-marital therapy

Re-kindling a relationship

 

SERVICE

#3

 

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY


“My parents just don’t get me…” 

 
 

School refusal

Sibling rivalry

Childhood depression or anxiety

Shyness

Self-esteem and confidence issues

Social anxiety

SERVICE

#4

 

FOUNDERS + TECH EXECS


“We've fallen into a dysfunctional cycle...” 

 
 

Founders therapy

Building co-founder relationship strategy and communication:
Including fundraising, differences in vision, competition, power dynamics, physical attraction, and financial problems- including adjusting to sudden wealth.

Couples therapy with partners of founders

Addressing self-care

Finding work/life balance

Imposter syndrome

 

SERVICE

#6

 

TRAUMA AND GRIEF


“Why did this happen to me, and why can’t I get over it?” 

 

Adjustment Disorder
Characterized by a group of symptoms such as stress or feelings of sadness or hopelessness, as well as physical symptoms, that occur after going through a stressful life event. The reaction is stronger than expected for the type of event that occurred.

Acute Stress Disorder
Characterized by stress reactions that occur within one month of exposure to a traumatic event involving the threat of or actual death, serious injury, or physical violation to the individual or others. The response to this event is a strong feeling of fear, helplessness, or horror.

 

SERVICE

#7

 

PROFESSIONAL AND LIFE PURPOSE


“Is this what I’m supposed to be doing with my life?” 

 

Feeling stuck

Work life/general life balance

Learning to take more or less risks

Vocational transitions

 

SERVICE

#8

 

BODY-FOCUSED REPETITIVE BEHAVIORS 


“Why can’t I stop?”

 
 

 Trichotillomania (hair-pulling)
An OCD disorder characterized by the compulsive urge to pull one’s hair leading to hair loss or balding, distress, or social and/or functional impairment. Hair can be pulled from head, eyebrows, eyelashes, or other parts of the body.

Excoriation (skin-picking)
Characterized by a compulsive urge to pick at one’s skin, scabs, skin around the nails, etc.  It can become so frequent that it causes bleeding, sores, and scars.  

Nail-biting