Depression can affect anyone, at any age. Depression can have a devastating impact not just on the person suffering from the condition but also their families and the community overall.

Relationship counseling is more than learning better communication skills. Relationship counseling can assist you to better understand individual differences in the way you interact with each other and gaining a better understanding about the dynamics of your relationship. It allows you an opportunity to explore as a couple how you both like to give and receive love differently and it helps you to develop practical skills that work to bring out the best in each other.

Common symptoms of PTSD include increased stress levels, increased sensitivity, difficulties sleeping and concentrating, feeling disconnected or numb, withdrawal from others, muscle tension and fatigue, and feelings of guilt and shame.

Family problems can manifest in the healthiest of families, resulting in challenging, frustrating, and painful interactions among family members. From little irritations to buried resentments, from dramatic arguments to feelings of guilt, disappointment, and anger we did not even know we had – our families often bring up the most intense emotions we experience, for better or worse.

Anger is a common emotion that can help individuals relieve stress, motivate them to solve problems, and provide a way, through healthy expression, for people to discuss their negative feelings. You are not alone. We can help facilitate an appropriate balance and management of this powerful emotion. Our counseling office in Oklahoma City is ready to offer support.

Career counseling, also known as career guidance, is counseling designed to help with choosing, changing, or leaving a career and is available at any stage in life. One’s career is often one of the most important aspects of adulthood, and embarking on a new career, whether for the first time, the second time, or any time thereafter, can be a stressful event, especially when economic difficulties such as recession are a factor.

Feelings of emptiness—a lack of meaning or purpose—are experienced by most people at some point in life. However, chronic feelings of emptiness, feelings of emotional numbness or despair, and similar experiences may be symptomatic of other mental health concerns, such as depression, or schizophrenia. Emptiness can also be experienced as an aspect of bereavement following the death of a loved one.