Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the many roles you play?

At any point in the day you may be a spouse or partner, a parent, a professional, a sibling, an individual. We all play any number of different roles, especially as women. Have you ever felt confused trying to navigate between these different parts of your self?

Center for the Psychology of Women offers non-judgmental and thought-provoking therapy that examines the roles we play in our lives, the transitions we make between them, and how they affect the way we think and feel about ourselves.

The same societal forces that affect women also affect men, creating a new kind of pressure. We understand the feminist movement made amazing progress for women’s rights, but it has left some men feeling uncertain about their place in a changing world. The Center is a progressive space where men and women can have this conversation, bridge differences, and increase mutual understanding.

Freedom on your terms

Maybe you are interested in exploring how to deal with stress more effectively. Perhaps you want to bring more purpose to your professional life or figure out how to communicate more effectively with your partner.

Whatever your concerns, together we will explore your strengths and weaknesses, fostering an environment for personal growth and self-awareness. Throughout therapy, we will work in a spirit of collaboration and mutual respect, creating meaningful change and improving your quality of life as you define it.

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Jessica CashmanModern Adaptive Psychotherapy