Life can be a mixture of great pleasure and challenging struggle. Often we can navigate these challenges on our own. However, there are times when it can be comforting to have another person to support you in walking through these paths of stress. Sometimes we have ways of thinking, ways of behaving, and/or internal emotional conflicts that act to make this life struggle harder.
Psychotherapy, also know as mental health counseling, can help in calming the soul and in learning new skills to weather and negotiate life's struggles. Counseling can help calm the struggling soul regardless of whether these struggles are of recent vintage or related to experiences from long ago.
Dr. Sack’s Credentials for Providing Care
Dr. Sack has been providing psychotherapy services to hurting souls for over 20 years. From the beginning of my care giving journey, I have felt very honored to be given the trust of others as they share their inner world with me in a therapy session. I continue to feel honored when I have the opportunity to sit with people to help calm the stress of their life, reduce mental health symptoms, and ease the disquiet in their soul.
Psychotherapy and Counseling
Individuals, couples, families and relationship problems
For assistance with others areas, please call so we can discuss this.
Dr. Sack is happy to server all members of the community ages 12 and up.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Areas that can be addressed:
Anxiety and Panic Disorders
Trauma Related Disorders/Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Adults Sexually Abused as Children
Relationship and Family Issues
Grief and Loss
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Introversion, Shyness, Highly Sensitive
Cope with Chronic Pain and Illness
Adjustment to Life Issues
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Relationship Issues that Contribute to Sexual Concerns
Enhance Self-awareness and Self-acceptance
Communication and Listening Skill Enhancement
Coping Skill Enhancement
Use the form below to ask a question about Dr. Sack’s services and how she might be able to help you in your therapy needs, or to inquire about scheduling an appointment.
Disclaimer: Email is not a secure form of communication; therefore, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. Requests for emergency or crisis services should be made directly by phone.