She has over 20 years of clinical experience. She has worked with patients in: inpatient hospitalization, outpatient therapy, partial day treatment, group therapy, intensive outpatient, intensive case management, ER assessment with crisis intervention, and medical social work.
Did you know even planned life changes such as retirement, graduation, a move, a new job, or having a baby can lead to an adjustment disorder? This may include sudden onset of depression and/or anxiety. A common treatment for an adjustment disorder is psychological therapy. Counseling or talk therapy can help one improve sleeping, eating, and personal concerns.