ANXIOUS

HOPELESS

TIRED

DEPRESSED

LONELY

ALL THE ABOVE AND SO MUCH MORE

reaching out is brave

you are not alone

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Therapy for College Students 

The emerging adulthood period is a critical and incredibly challenging time in life. College students experience a wide variety of stresses that impact their physical, social, and emotional health. Adulting is hard in general, and navigating the demands of life in and after college can be challenging.
 
Whether you are beginning a new school year, engaging in a challenging internship, struggling to maintain relationships, are unsure about the type of career you seek, or uncertainty relating to self and others unclear,  stresses related to new and old roles and experiences can feel overwhelming. 
More than 60 percent of college students have experienced “overwhelming anxiety” in the past year
TALIA SHIOVITZ

ONE OF THE MOST COMMON STRUGGLES I SEE WITH COLLEGE STUDENTS IS LOW SELF ESTEEM

I can help you find ways to boost your sense of self-worth, which in turn will directly impact your happiness, productivity, and relationships.  

1 in 3 college students struggle with depression

How Can We Help?

Therapy can help you explore and improve your emotional, behavioral, and relationship functioning. It can also assist in identifying ways to improve the ways you handle intense emotions, improve self-esteem, and interact with important people in your life.

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TALIA SHIOVITZ, LMSW

LET US SUPPORT YOU

Reaching out takes courage.

We are here to help when you need us.

Pinky promise.