Ruth Blizard, PhD

Individual and Group Psychotherapy

 

August 2017
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Relationships, Trauma and Transitions

Psychodynamic, individual therapy to help you

  • learn from the past
  • face challenges in the present
  • create a better future

Integrating trauma treatment with

  • exploring family relationships
  • learning new relationship skills
  • finding constructive outlets for emotions
  • pursuing meaningful life goals.

Individual Psychotherapy for persons who

  • want to improve relationships, are afraid of getting close, or keep finding the wrong people
  • are survivors of childhood abuse and domestic violence
  • struggle with personality disorders such as borderline, dependent, narcissistic, avoidant, obsessive-compulsive, self-defeating
  • have PTSD, flashbacks, nightmares, hypervigilance, startle easily, numb out and avoid trauma triggers
  • experience memory gaps, zone out or dissociate during conversations, hear voices commenting, crying or arguing inside, feel like two different people, have dissociative disorders,
  • want help managing anxiety, stress or panic attacks
  • struggle with depression, mood swings, bipolar disorder
  • are in recovery from addictions, must be clean and sober
  • cope with chronic illness and physical challenges