How Do You Know If You Need Counseling?
Life can be overwhelming. Sometimes it's just the little things that build leading to emotional fatigue. For some, its needing guidance on managing issues such as anxiety, depression, mood liability, parenting, relationship issues, or working through grief. The point is, most of us could use counseling to help through the rough spots in our lives.
When life events and/or negative feelings impinge on your quality of life and affect your relationship with self, family, friends, significant others, or professionals that surround you, intervention with a counselor will often help you develop strategies to improve your life and overall well-being. Oakton Primary Care Counseling with Caity Allingham provides support to help you tackle issues that can affect your daily functioning and heighten difficult emotions.
Complete Counseling Care with a Personal Touch
With a modern approach that is, however, still old school and caring, Caity's counseling style is open and interactive. She will encourage you to express your concerns, identify and face your struggles, and develop effective techniques and strategies that are individualized to manage your life's obstacles. She works from an Existential and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) foundation, giving honest, genuine and objective feedback and suggestions. Oakton Primary Care Counseling promises you will always receive unconditional positive regard in a safe, non-judgmental supportive environment.
Caity works with adolescents, adults of all ages, couples/partners, and families, from all walks of life.
Give yourself the chance to work through your difficulties and increase your life satisfaction. Oakton Primary Care Counseling is here to help you.
Learn more about our counseling services in Oakton. Call 703-255-1190 to meet with a counselor or use our convenient Book an Appointment form. Our counseling patients come to us from Oakton, Great Falls, McLean, Middleburg, South Riding, Aldie, Potomac, Leesburg, Clifton, Fairfax Station and surrounding communities in Arlington County and Loudon County.