Relationship Therapy

Codependency often appears in relationships which are unbalanced and unhealthy. Therapy for couples and those in non-conforming relationships. Learn alternatives to destructive communication patterns that will help you to build a harmonious, thriving rapport of love and respect.

Caregiver support, mental health matters

Caregiver support, mental health matters

I have been seeing Dr. Jenny for issues related to my mother‘s Alzheimer’s. This has been one of the more difficult times of my life, and Dr. Jenny has been there every step of the way. I feel like she is helping me to stay connected with my mother throughout this process. She is also helping me stay centered and sane. I highly recommend her.”

Negative self-talk about aging takes a toll on mental health

Negative self-talk about aging takes a toll on mental health

Self-directed ageism can present as self-doubt — ‘I’m too old to learn this new technology’ or ‘I’m too old to make new friends’ — and negative perceptions of one’s own aging, such as ‘I’m so much worse at this than I used to be’. Maintaining a strong social support systems helps to keep self-talk positive.

Being ghosted by a friend or romantic partner is equally troublesome

Being ghosted by a friend or romantic partner is equally troublesome

In our digital world ghosting friends is as common as ghosting romantic partners. People in this study who were ghosted by a friend reported feeling just as bad about the relationship as those who were ghosted by a romantic partner.

Affirming Therapy for a Change

Affirming Therapy for a Change

Dr. Holland’s clients often come to therapy experiencing significant stress resulting from living under circumstances where their cultural, sexual, or gender identities are not fully recognized or validated. This is known as Minority Stress. Dr. Holland incorporates a combination of systemic, interpersonal and humanistic approaches to develop a meaningful connection with her clients.

Good relationships with parents improves wellbeing into adulthood

Good relationships with parents improves wellbeing into adulthood

Strong relationships between adolescents and their mothers and fathers leads to better health and well-being in young adulthood say researchers. Efforts to strengthen parent-adolescent relationships may have important long-term health benefits.