Dorothy Birmingham, M.Ed
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern
Supervised by Dr. Tanisha Guy LPC-S
Specialized Transformation Counseling & Consulting Agency
Stress, like rage, is a normal part of even the healthiest person's life. However, it may get so serious that it impairs someone's quality of life. People who are under an abnormal level of tension must develop coping skills by a process usually referred to as "stress control."
Depression is one of the most prevalent mental health problems in the United States, affecting over 17 million adults per year. There is a fair possibility that you or anyone near to you has suffered with depression, and you are definitely acquainted with the most prominent signs. Depression is strongly linked with crying sessions, hopelessness, and a lack of interest in activities.
Relationship counselling is a subtype of psychotherapy in which a therapist with therapeutic expertise dealing with partners supports two persons in seeking insight into their relationship, overcoming tension, and increasing relationship fulfillment by the utilization of a range of psychological techniques.
If you're experiencing panic episodes, intrusive feelings, endless fears, or a paralyzing phobia, it's important to understand that you don't have to suffer in terror and anxiety. Treatment may be beneficial, and with certain anxiety disorders, counseling is often the most appropriate course of action.
Group counseling is facilitated by one or two counselors who supervise a group of about five to fifteen patients. Typically, participants meet weekly for an hour or two. Group counseling can work on a single concern, such as stress, obesity, panic disorder, social anxiety, persistent pain, or drug misuse. One on one counseling can be used in combination with group therapy for some, and group therapy can be used only for others.
What is Individual Therapy?
Dorothy Birmingham offers a wide range of therapy services including grief, depression and anxiety, life transitions, and stress management.
Dorothy Birmingham strives to create a safe space in which individual, personal concerns can be safely discussed.