Who can benefit from psychotherapy?
- If you are going through a transition: marriage, divorce, life-style change, loss of a job, death in the family, sending a child away to college, parenting a child into adolescence, etc.
- If you feel unhappy, resentful, stressed, anxious, or depressed.
- If you feel like a victim of circumstances and are not in charge of your life.
- If you are parenting a child (or children) with any behavioral difficulties.
- If you are not able to stand up for yourself in the face of reasonable/unreasonable demands.
- If you are in an abusive relationship.
- If you are an immigrant who feels isolated and lonely.
- If you want to make an investment in your future by personally growing and acquiring tools for life.
What to do when deciding to have therapy
- Interview at least two therapists (in their offices).
- Ask any relevant questions (fees, hours of operation, specialties, etc.).
- Check out your comfort level during the interaction with the therapist.
- Make sure the therapist is experienced in dealing with your particular issue or issues.
- Once you have chosen a therapist, get ready for a journey of a lifetime.
When you call her office you will be speaking with Dr. Mand directly. If she is not able to pick up the phone, you may leave a confidential message and she will call you back, usually within the hour.
Click here for more information, including the patient information form which can be printed from your computer. Save time by filling it out in the comfort of your home and bringing it with you on your first visit, or faxing it in to the office.
Dr. Mand is available to speak to your Parent Support Group.