Dr. Martha Stamper, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist

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When successful, therapy is one of the few processes where despair is replaced with hope, terror is replaced with calm, misunderstanding is replaced with trust and conflict is replaced with understanding and co-operation.

Everyone has problems now and then. That’s a normal part of life. Sometimes it can be hard to know what way to turn.  Your attempts to deal with the problems may not seem to be enough and you may wonder if there is some better way. Individuals often battle with thoughts, memories, or emotions which interfere with the quality of their life, couples struggle with developing an intimate rewarding relationship, parents worry about how best to guide their children to become successful adults, and bosses and employees alike seek to improve productivity and  job satisfaction at work. Sometimes it is helpful to consider a fresh, objective point of view, especially when it is informed by scientific principles and knowledgeable about what has been effective for others in similar situations.

You don’t have to struggle alone.