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Piper Walsh, Ph.D. PhD. Clinical Psychologist
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'Individual Counseling' Category Archives

Worried? Stressed? Counseling Can Help

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Have you been feeling irritable and stressed? You aren’t alone. Have you noticed changes in how you handle everyday frustrations? Counseling can help. When stress and worry become overwhelming, you need a professional counselor to help you. Counseling can help you to gain control of your thoughts and actions, so you can effectively navigate life’s […]

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Men’s Counseling

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“I try not to think about my life. I have no life. I need therapy.” – Keanu Reeves When some men hear the term “men’s counseling”, what do they imagine? Woody Allen whining to his psychoanalyst? Nick Nolte in Prince of Tides, crying unabashedly over his suicidal sister? Bill Murray as an absolute nut job […]

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Having Difficulty Ending Unhealthy or Destructive Behaviors and Habits?

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“A habit cannot be tossed out the window; it must be coaxed down the stairs a step at a time.” Mark Twain So you want to end a bad habit. Whether it’s overeating, smoking, gambling, or some other destructive behavior, the issue seems insurmountable. You have tried to curb your indulgences. You have tried going […]

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Gaining New Problem-Solving Skills is No Problem

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“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” ― Albert Einstein Einstein’s quote highlights two facts: one, if we’re having problems and can’t solve them on our own, we need a new way of thinking; two, we are often somewhat accountable for our problems. (Some may be a bit […]

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