Women's Issues

The term “women’s issues” is broad and can refer to anything that might affect a women’s mental health. Some issues, such as post-partum depression, are specific to women, while others, such as anxiety, can affect both men and women. However, women may experience the issue differently. There are many types of issues that women can face today, and some of the most prominent concerns include sexual assault, woman-specific health problems, body image problems, self-esteem, sexuality, discrimination, sexism or stereotyping. Therapists specializing in women’s issues will provide a safe and supportive environment to help to empower their clients so they can find balance, improve their quality of life, and experience relief from emotional suffering. Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s women’s issues experts today.

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As women we juggle so much! We strive to succeed in our careers, maintain our close relationships, and manage our responsibilities. Sometimes this blocks us from making self-care, fun, and relaxation a priority. When life then adds unexpected and challenging stressors on top of an already jam packed schedule, the stress can almost feel like too much to handle. There is no need to go through challenges alone! Call today so we can determine if AROSE eTherapy is right for you! Relief is available!

— Alicia Rozycki, Psychologist in , CO

My practice represents a community of women, united by diversity and a shared belief that we all deserve a space to feel empowered and escape the demands of busy, hectic life. I provide women with knowledge on mind-body health to encourage women in taking an active role in decisions regarding their own self-care. As we work together, your voice will be heard, your wisdom honored, and together we will take your chosen path towards greater health and wellness.

— Kristena Brand, Addictions Counselor in Atlanta, GA
 

Women experience a variety of individual stressors in life. I work with these issues and specifically address the impact they have on decisions and relationships.

— Eryn Greenstein, Counselor in Greensboro, NC

Women's rights, access to appropriate health care and mental health care, changing roles in socio-economic community and in personal relationships.

— Susan Roggendorf, Therapist in Bettendorf, IA
 

Your mental health includes your emotional, relational, and physical wellbeing. Some signs that your mental health is negatively being impacted may show up as overwhelm, procrastination, conflict, frustration, rigidity, indecision, unrealistic expectations, and exhaustion. You deserve to stop “going through the motions”. I enjoy helping clients build new patterns and insights that restore balance and connection to their lives.

— Jessica Byrd, Counselor in Tempe, AZ

I have exclusively treated women in my practice for 5+ years.

— Rachel Gabrielle, Counselor in Seattle, WA
 

As women we juggle so much! We strive to succeed in our careers, maintain our close relationships, and manage our responsibilities. Sometimes this blocks us from making self-care, fun, and relaxation a priority. When life then adds unexpected and challenging stressors on top of an already jam packed schedule, the stress can almost feel like too much to handle. There is no need to go through challenges alone! Call today so we can determine if AROSE eTherapy is right for you! Relief is a call away

— Alicia Rozycki, Psychologist in , CO

For women in particular, life transitions, especially ones that are tied to physical changes in our bodies (puberty, pregnancy, aging, menopause) can greatly impact our views of our selves. At the same time navigating this amidst societal beliefs about women that don't reflect our needs is challenging. My goal is to help women learn to filter through external beliefs, ideas, and messages and learn to trust their own experience and develop more agency and confidence in the choices they make.

— Jennie Beuhler, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Mill Valley, CA
 

I have been working with women in therapy for the last 9 years. I come from a feminist, empowerment lens and help you identify the parts of you that get in the way of you becoming your best self. I love working with women!

— Callan Olive, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Noblesville, IN

I have always held a passion and gift for treating women's issues. These include intimacy, trauma, eating disorders, body image, spirituality, work life balance, relationship issues, attachment, sexual trauma, etc.

— Alexandra Klein, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Greenwood Village, CO
 

I help women who don't know how to say "no" build their confidence, like themselves more, and reclaim their lives. The women I work with stop putting themselves last and recognize they deserve the kindness and understanding they give to everyone else. I've helped women feel more peaceful and confident. My clients discover it is possible to balance their own needs with the needs of others without sacrificing their own wants and desires in the process.

— Maggie Malone, Clinical Social Worker in Marietta, GA

For women in midlife, now is the time for you to understand who you are, find your truth and live authentically. Building on the foundation of your strengths and discovering new skills to soothe, support and ground yourself are an important part of our work. Let’s walk through the dark night of your spiritual awakening together so you can connect more deeply to your purpose, higher self, physical health, spirituality and emotional well-being.

— Carol Covelli, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in ,
 

Often times, the situations that women (or really all non cis male persons) experience on a daily basis are not set up to help us succeed. We must jump through more hoops, move around more obstacles, and expend more energy every day to get to where we want to be. By working with me, you will learn how to more effectively live as a non-male in this society. Allow me to help you learn how to harness your feminine power rather than see it as a hinderance.

— Rebecca Haney, Counselor in Middletown, OH

Our focus on women allows us to treat issues that affect YOU. We offer a variety of therapeutic techniques and styles to tailor our approach to one that best fits you. Our therapists have training in trauma therapy, cognitive therapies, and somatic approaches with additional trainings in disordered eating, OCD and dissociation.

— Cactus Flower Healing, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Mesa, AZ
 

As a woman, I understand that our concerns and the mental health disorders that we experience can be unique to our gender. When you are a woman and from another marginalized group, you experience the intersection of challenges, which sometimes makes it even more difficult to find a provider. That's where I come in. I am passionate about helping you navigate this journey for the improvement of you mental health. With me, you are not alone.

— Jin Zhang, Counselor in Silver Spring, MD

here are many stress inducing factors in the life of a woman and daily routines can become complicated. Everyday women are faced with challenges that cause stress and emotional pain. At Joie de Vivre Counseling and Therapy we believe that life does not have to be so complicated. Our team of experienced staff use counseling and holistic informed services to help women thrive and reach their fullest potential . We offer a safe nonjudgmental space where women can heal and find emotional renewal.

— Taneisha Moss, Licensed Professional Counselor in Atlanta, GA
 

Who run the world (girls)! Societal expectations. Family demands. Glass ceilings. Whoa. No wonder you're stressed! Anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, relationship challenges, discrimination, hormonal changes, and low self-esteem are just a few of the issues women are commonly facing. Let's face that stuff head-on together! We'll work together to help you gain new insight, self-awareness, coping skills, communication skills, and emotion regulation skills to get you feeling in control.

— Dr. Dana Avey, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Colorado Springs, CO