No one should have to suffer in silence...

Experiencing stressful life events has been identified as a risk factor for depression.  Make sure you understand some coping techniques to help you manage  stress.

Emotional Aspects of Stress

  • Sadness
  • Anxiety
  • Grief & Loss
  • Isolation from friends and family
  • Guilt & Shame
  • Irritability

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
 

Pauline Walfisch, LCSW

  • Anger
  • Denial, shock, and numbness
  •  Lack of energy
  • Change in sleep
  • Change in appetite
  • Poor concentration

 

 

Pauline is a licensed clinical social worker trained in psychotherapy, diagnosis, and assessment.  Pauline helps individuals to overcome mental health issues and provides the tools and resources necessary to cope with life stressors.

The information contained on this website is not intended to replace professional care. Please discuss any questions you might have with your physician, or other qualified mental health professional. 

 

If you find yourself feeling sad, alone, overwhelmed, or like no one else understands please call to find out if therapy may be right for you.  All services are strictly confidential.