Grief/Loss

Grief impacts us at many points in the lifespan even when we’re “prepared” for it. It could be that you have lost your job, just moved, went through a divorce or even lost a loved one to death. Depression or anxiety may also compound normal grief. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, the author of “On Death and Dying,” brought us the five phases of grief including denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. We, here at Camel City Counseling, can walk with you through the journey of grief as clients learn to live a new normal. We utilize a wide variety of treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Yoga, Mindfulness based practices, EMDR, Brainspotting, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy and more.

Call or email today to see how one of our therapists can help you make change or find new paths to peace.

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Anxiety

Do you feel overwhelmed in social situations? Or do you worry about routine life events? D ...

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Depression

Have you felt down or sad for at least most of the day most days for at least two weeks? D ...

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Relationships

Do you find it difficult to assert your thoughts, needs or feelings to those you love or e ...

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ADHD

There are 3 presentations of ADHD including predominantly inattention, predominantly hyper ...

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Life Transition

Many of us are traveling through life and navigating the ups, downs, twists and turns effo ...

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Grief/Loss

Grief impacts us at many points in the lifespan even when we’re “prepared” for it. It coul ...

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Trauma

Most people are not without some experience with trauma. The longer we live, the more we ...

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Disordered Eating

Disordered eating is not uncommon and can begin to blossom in the adolescent years especia ...

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Children and Families

The family is a most highly organized yet highly complex system most, if not all, of us ex ...

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Deeper Understanding

Some clients seek out therapy to find a deeper understanding of themselves and others. Som ...