Are your

emotions

getting the better of you?

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY WITH DR. BEN CULHANE

I would love to help you calm the waters and create the life you dream of.

I'm happy that you're here. Maybe you're looking into the next steps of how to feel like a better, happier version of yourself. Maybe you aren't sure what you need to do, but you know that it needs to be something. Maybe you're tired of feeling:​
  • Depressed
  • Anxious or Panicked
  • Angry
  • Addicted or Obsessed
  • Hurt in your relationship
  • Confused or Lost
The good news is that there is a path to overcoming your personal struggles. I have helped so many others find their strength and overcome their challenges and learn to stand in their most courageous and beautiful versions of them-selves.
Taking the first step can be difficult. Allow me to help.
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THERAPIES & PRACTICES I USE FOR INDIVIDUAL THERAPY 

Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy (CBT)

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

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Any Other Services Ben?

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Any Other Services Ben?

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SOME ISSUES THAT I OFTEN TREAT
Ben, what I have below are just samples that I've copied and pasted so we'll need to have our own "issues" and your own wording...
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), also called clinical depression, may cause a person to experience persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, low-energy, and loss of joy or interest in activities they once enjoyed. Researchers are beginning to understand that sleep regulation and mood disorders are closely linked. A person with MDD may find themselves going through periods of excessive sleep followed by bouts of insomnia. You may also experience significant weight fluctuation and physical pain. While MDD is one of the more common psychiatric illnesses, it is can be debilitating and sometimes life-threatening and should be treated without exception.
Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD, is a type of depression associated with a lack of sunlight and it generally sets in with the changing of the seasons. While studies estimate that about 10% of the population in the US suffer from SAD, the percentage may be as high as 20%-30% in Portland due to the city’s notoriously low annual number of sunny days. Hopelessness, sadness, fatigue, excessive sleep, food cravings – particularly for carbohydrates, weight fluctuations, and problems with relationships are common symptoms of SAD. While light therapy and supplementing with vitamin-D3 may provide some relief, I can help you to employ effective stress management techniques and methods that allow you to identify and change the negative thoughts which lead to negative emotions, and to notice unhelpful behaviors which can exacerbate symptoms. I can teach you the tools needed to ease symptoms so that you can have a lighter happier winter.
Persistent Depressive Disorder or dysthymia is a long-term form of depression which can persist for years. Symptoms may lessen at times only to intensify later. For the most part, the feelings of sadness and hopelessness associated with dysthymia are ever-present. While dysthymia may present fewer or less severe symptoms than MDD, their persistence over time can result in poor overall health, breakdown of relationships, poor performance at work, and, being perceived by others as having a cranky gloomy personality. Psychotherapy can help you to identify and address negative beliefs and patterns that may be contributing to your disorder. I can teach you skills and techniques to better cope with symptoms and live the life you were born to live.

Postpartum Depression, affects some new mothers in the weeks or months following childbirth. This depressive disorder is different from “the baby blues” that many new mothers experience as a result of sleepless nights and changing hormones.
Since postpartum depression can make it difficult to bond with your baby which often leads to feelings of guilt or failure, it’s important to realize that this disorder should not be considered a weakness or flaw on the mother’s part. Rather, it is a common, although not often talked about, child-birth complication that affects as many as 1 in 7 new mothers. Symptoms are more intense than those associated with “the baby blues” and include mood swings, crying, irritability, strong feelings of overwhelm and inadequacy, difficulty bonding with and sometimes even a dislike of your new baby, loss of appetite, and trouble sleeping.

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