We’re here to help you find more balance, clarity, and perspective.
Milwaukee Therapy, a group psychotherapy practice, provides therapy, consultation, and other services to individuals, couples, and families on the eastside of Milwaukee.
Our treatment approach is based on the concept that mental health is equally as important as physical health, and that attending to your mental health is essential for living a truly fulfilled life. We believe that therapy should feel collaborative and empowering, rather than pathologizing. Our team is dedicated to providing you with comprehensive and evidence-based care.
We provide a nonjudgmental space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and will help you develop both insight and tools to more effectively navigate your life.
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Areas of Practice
The key features of anxiety are persistent and excessive worry about various domains, including work and school performance, that the individual finds difficult to control. The individual can also experience changes in sleep pattern, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, irritability, and muscle tension. The anxiety and excessive worry can result in marked impairment in functioning related to school, work, and maintaining relationships.
The essential feature of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the development of characteristic symptoms following exposure to one or more traumatic events. The clinical presentation of PTSD varies.
Depression is very real to anyone experiencing it. Symptoms can vary greatly, but can include apathy, hopelessness, difficulty sleeping or wanting to sleep all of the time, guilt, anxiety, loss of appetite or overeating, lethargy, changes in libido, and loss of pleasure.
Many relationship conflicts occur due to failure to communicate. Over time, problems and stress build up. If they are not resolved, the anger individuals hold against each other pollutes their
relationship. Therapy gives partners (whether romantic, family, work, etc.) a chance to learn new communication skills in a safe, non-confrontive environment.
Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea. While these feelings are normal, some people have difficulty moving on with their lives.
When adolescents go through tough times, they may not always have the ability to express how they are thinking and feeling. Pain tends to come out sideways for these individuals, often seen in their behavior and interactions with others – family members, peers, and/or teachers.