Therapy for Women’s Mental Health

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the demands of being a woman, therapy might be of benefit to you

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Society puts incredible demands on women that can lead to mental health concerns. According to the American Psychological Association, women are two times more likely than men to be depressed and girls are seven times more likely than boys to be depressed. Girls and women are approximately nine times more likely to experience an eating disorder than boys and men. Women are also at greater risk for experiences of sexual and dating violence. According to the Rape Abuse Incest National Network, one in every six American women have experienced attempted or completed rape.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the demands of being a woman, therapy might be of great benefit to you. River City Clinic can provide you with a non-judgmental and safe space to process these concerns. Together we can work on prioritizing self-care, establishing boundaries, improving self-esteem, processing traumatic experiences and managing mental health symptoms.

Therapy around women’s issues may be a good fit for you if you’re coping with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Pregnancy
  • Parenting Stress
  • Trauma/ PTSD
  • Rape/ Sexual Violence
  • Dating Violence
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Poor Body Image
  • Eating Disorders
  • Divorce/ Separation
  • Gender and Sexual Identity Concerns
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship Conflict
  • Grief and Loss
THERAPY FOR WOMENS ISSUES

Clinical Expertise of River City Clinic Staff

Our staff of trained Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, Clinical Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Drug and Alcohol Counselors can provide you with the support you need. We utilize a variety of approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, psychodynamic therapy, family-focused, and interpersonal therapy. Many of our professional staff use an integrated combination of therapies to treat mental health concerns and can collaborate with a medical specialist if medications are recommended.

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