Psychotherapist - Yuliya Golubev

SERVICES

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

Psychotherapy can help you to develop fresh perspective on relationships in your life, whether it is relationship with your loved ones, career or, more importantly, relationship with yourselves, your feelings and thoughts.

Telehealth(Online Counseling)-A HIPAA compliant platform is used to protect your privacy and confidentiality. Online therapy can be as effective as face-to-face therapy according to the studies.

Couple Therapy

Having conflicts is a normal thing in relationship. However, when arguments take a toll on your marriage, it is becoming a problem. If you experience difficulties in communicating with your partner and each attempt turns in the fight, it is time to make a change. Couple counseling can help to find a new way relating to your partner when each of you feel understood and respected.

BILINGUAL (ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN) THERAPY

I am a bilingual therapist and I provide services in English and Russian. According to the recent psychology research, therapy as twice effective when is conducted in the native language. Therapy can be also a bridge between two cultures, help with the issues of acculturations and successful integrations of your cultural values in American society.

 

MATERNAL MENTAL HEALTH

Is motherhood a bliss? Is bonding with the baby mother’s instinct? What happens when reality of being a mother does not meet your expectations and dreams? What happens when you have a traumatic birth experience? According to statistic, 20% of women experience postpartum depression and anxiety after the birth, 85% experience some degree of emotional distress during and after the pregnancy. I support women and couple through pregnancy, postpartum, adjustment to parenthood.

 

 


CLINICAL  SPECIALITIES

- Anxiety

- Depression

- Perinatal Mood Disorders

- Martial and Premarital

- Divorce

- Infidelity

- Relationship

- Adjustment Disorders

- Coping Skills

- Trauma

- Relapse Prevention 

- Low Self-Esteem

- Stress

- Self-Care


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