Making a decision to see a psychologist or a mental health practitioner can be a difficult one. Acknowledging that you have a problem, and arriving at the point where you are ready to talk about it, can be difficult. Through therapy, a mental health counselor can help you work through difficult feelings or stressors that may affect your day-to-day life. The approach is very collaborative and depends on your relationship and your therapist approach.

Psychotherapy is talk therapy. It’s a treatment for your mental health or a supportive intervention for everyday challenges, concerns, and personal growth. It can involve different methods and techniques, and it’s usually tailored to your needs, too. Psychotherapy sessions at MAHALO M&W, can last between 50 and 120 minutes and repeat from a few times a week to once a month. You can come to therapy on your own, with your partner, or with your whole family.

Psychotherapy has benefits for everyone, but typically, people seek out talk therapy to solve a problem. Both adults and children can attend therapy and work through emotional, psychological, and mental challenges. These can include difficulty concentrating on tasks or feeling sad or confused about life. Unlike many myths about psychotherapy or mental health support, this type of space isn’t for “severe” cases only. Anyone can begin talk therapy at any time to improve or work through common concerns.

We can help you with: 

  • Stress Management,

  • Burnout, Phobias,

  • Self-harm,

  • Self-esteem,

  • Anxiety,

  • Grief/Loss,

  • Trauma,

  • Depression,

  • Bipolar Disorder (BPD),

  • Substance Abuse, and Gambling.

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