Carrie Rosenbloom, LLC provides therapeutic services intended to improve your relationships and help you cope with life’s emotional pressures. My goal is to identify your individual strengths and your unique set of skills that can help you navigate the many transitions in your life. I strive to offer you alternative perspectives to restore balance in your life and within your relationships.
Since the choice is so personal, finding the right therapist takes time. Please feel free to contact me for a phone consultation to see if you think I would be a good fit. Please visit my contact page in order to discuss your needs and schedule an appointment.
To address your specific needs, I provide the following services:
At times, people struggle with sadness, stress, or difficult life transitions, and would benefit from a new perspective. Others crave a path toward personal growth, and others still may want to address a problem they can’t quite yet define. For those reasons and others, people seek individual therapy.
Individual therapy offers the opportunity to address aspects of your life that you want to change. As we guide you through exploring these issues, we may also talk about the significant relationships in your life — couple, family, friends, or other relationships — to understand how they influence your experiences.
From improving communication and increasing intimacy, to learning healthy conflict resolution, couple therapy can help partners who are struggling with a variety of relationship concerns or areas of growth.
Couple therapy sessions are designed to create actual change in the way you and your partner interact. This change becomes the platform from which you and your partner can achieve satisfaction in your relationship. Together, we will work to bring peace, stability and communication back into your relationship … which often has a positive, rippling effect on other aspects of your life, as well as those around you.
Similar to individual and couple, family therapy improves the quality of the relationships in the family system. Family therapy is also a tool for addressing specific concerns, and often addresses the underlying patterns of interaction among family members as a way to foster healthier relationships.
Family therapy may include parents, children, grandparents, cousins, or anyone you consider family. Family members will learn to communicate more effectively, support each other’s strengths, and create a nurturing environment that enables the happiness and healthy growth of all members.