Debra Haverson Psychotherapy Services LLC

 
Helping you find clarity, harmony
and greater contentment in your life
 

                 Anxiety and Depression

  • Understand the link between current symptoms, personality patterns and prior life events.
  • Learn constructive coping strategies.
  • Determine how to take action on situational life events or personal habits that are contributing to your problem.
  • Discuss whether or not you should consult a doctor about medications.
       

                           Relationships and Family

      • Frustrated with the loss of connection?  Make  your relationships more satisfying.
      • Learn about how personality patterns can lead people to frequently repeat versions of the same-old conflicts.
      • Develop more effective, caring ways of communicating with each other.
       

             Children

      • Learning and behavioral difficulties such as ADHD
      • Play therapy
      • Family dynamics
      • Socialization issues

      Are you on

      medications?

           
      • I am not a psychiatrist and cannot prescribe medications. I will, however, help you understand how psychiatric medications work and, with
      • your permission, communicate with your doctors about how you are responding to them.
      • New research in neuroscience means that we have a clearer understanding about what goes on in the brain and how this is linked to mood and behavior.

               Stress Reduction

      • Read more about this subject in the articles section of this website.
      • Overworked and finding little time and patience at home?  Shift your perspective to bring your values and actions into alignment.
      • Examining our thoughts and physical response before and during stress is critical.  From there, you can apply various techniques to return to a calmer state.
      • Evaluate whether your current life choices support emotional well-being.

      Issues of Aging and Grief

       
      • Helping senior citizens cope with aging and loss, as well as memory problems. 
      • Approved Medicare provider.
      • Support for caregiver burnout.
      • Grief counseling.

             Trauma Treatment

       
          
      • Read more about this subject in the articles section of this website.
      • Pushing away traumatic memories is not the answer since these experiences continue to affect both mind and body.
      • The past is not just the past if your emotional triggers cause difficulties in your current life.

         

         
        In the Presbyterian Church of Madison, 19 Green Avenue 2nd floor, Madison, NJ   07940
         
        Free parking behind building    <->    Handicap accessible    <->    Short walk from train station
         
        Phone: 973-476-4503
         
        Mailing address:  P.O. Box 416, Madison, NJ 07940