Psychotherapy or counseling is the service to deal with a client's emotional problems through dialogue. Typically, a clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, marriage and family therapist, or social worker provide such service. People who are suffering from great stress, depression, disability, or trauma may use the service.

Do you have these concerns?

  • Friendship or relationship problems
  • Marital discord or possibility of divorce
  • Difficulty with getting along with adopted child
  • Suffering from work-related stress
  • Low self-esteem
  • Disappointed at almost everything
  • Difficulty overcoming the death of a significant person in life
  • Struggling to quit drinking
  • Difficulty sharing personal concerns with others
  • Tired of parenting
  • Feeling alone at all times
  • Difficulty making friends
  • Stressed out about going to school or work


  • Emotional stress
  • Missing school or bullying
  • Emotional disorder (Bulimia or Anorexia)
  • Social withdrawal
  • Depression
  • Self-injury behavior
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Sleeping disorder (Insomnia or Hypersomnia)
  • Drug or substance abuse
  • Alcoholism

Types of Psychotherapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; CBT

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach, which helps dysfunctional emotions, maladaptive behaviors, and cognitive processes through systematic procedures. Usually, a client and a counselor sit in face to face to have dialogue.

Psychoanalytic Therapy
Psychoanalytic therapy is based on the theory developed by Sigmund Freud. Through analyzing thoughts, a counselor examines a client's hidden emotions and find the causes of the problem. A client may be lying down on the couch while a counselor is sitting in a chair next to the client.