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Children and Adolescents

At the Feeling Good Wellness Center, some of our therapists serve the younger population of children ages 5 – 12. Therapeutic options enhance the toolbox of methods offered to our younger clients and include techniques from play therapy, narrative therapy, and emotion and behavior skills training.

For adolescents, privacy and respect are very important at the outset of the therapeutic relationship. We also recognize that it is important for the client to want help for a problem, since a pre-teen or teenager who is made to attend therapy generally does not predict a positive outcome for therapeutic helpfulness. Thus our therapists prioritize a relationship of mutual respect and collaboration to work toward effective and desired outcomes with adolescent clients.

Areas covered include:

  • Anxiety and mood problems
  • School-related behavioral and social problems
  • Psychological testing to rule out Autism Spectrum and other neurological issues
  • Eating disorders
  • Chronic Pain Syndrome
  • Academic stress
  • School and life transitions from elementary through college


Seasons of a woman’s life are versatile and frequently include multiple psychological and physical demands all at once. Special attention is paid on feminist and humanistic approaches when preparing treatment plans for women.

Areas covered include:

  • Biopsychosocial approach to health issues: diabetes, autoimmune disorders, migraines, tension headaches, infertility, chronic fatigue, menopause, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, chronic pain disorder.
  • Employment and work related stress, work-family balance, economics and financial decisions.
  • Motherhood: pregnancy decisions, single motherhood, same sex parenting, empty nest syndrome, child rearing and disciplining
  • Self esteem, body image, eating disorders, weight management, social conflicts
  • Partner relational problems, breakups, divorce, multiple marriages, same sex relationships, sexual disorders, problems associated with libido or sexual desire
  • Alcohol, drugs, food, sugar and wheat addictions, gambling, pornography, indiscriminate sexual behavio


Men calling for psychotherapy services sometimes are facing significant stressors and often feel a sense of urgency to receive psychotherapy techniques that fit their needs. Particular attention is put into recognizing men’s special needs when preparing personal treatment plans.

Areas covered include:

  • Biopsychosocial approach to health issues: diabetes, autoimmune disorders, migraines, tension headaches, infertility, chronic fatigue, erectile dysfunction, problems associated with libido or sexual desire, sexual dysfunction, chronic pain disorder
  • Employment and work-related stress, investment and financial decisions
  • Self confidence, body image, eating disorders, social and emotional conflicts
  • Alcohol, drugs, work, gambling, internet, video gaming, pornography addictions, indiscriminate sexual behavior and unplanned fatherhood
  • Partner relational problems, breakups, divorce, multiple marriages, step parenting, same sex relationships, parenting conflicts, alienation from family


It has been said that relationship conflicts are exceptionally damaging to people’s well-being. Couples initially find comfort in each other and when conflict arises, they sometimes face ultimate destruction. Sadly, most couple therapy approaches fail, not because the approach is poor, but because the individual member of the couple does not get to recognize the role they play in creating their very own dissatisfaction in the relationship. Even when recognizing their own contribution to the problem, couples may not find it possible or worthwhile to change themselves. Couples therapy at FGTTC is particularly geared toward helping each individual member of the couple to reach personal happiness.

Areas covered include:

  • Issues related to Infidelity, estrangement, broken communications, disappointments, fear, anxiety and depression, hurt feelings and hopelessness
  • Preventing divorce, re-igniting emotional connectedness, love and intimacy
  • Facilitating divorce, when that is the best choice, in the most peaceful and amicable way
  • Help in fair division of assets and co-parenting
  • Divorce mediation

“Who is your master? Anyone who has control over things upon which you’ve set your heart, or over things which you seek to avoid.”
~ Epictetus