many (46) years of experience. Have helped people with all sorts of problems. I am a retired psychiatrist. Earned my MD in 1962. I wrote a book about my 46 years as a psychiatrist. It can be found on Barnes&Noble.com when you look under my penname Ichabod Green MD. One of my patients said at the end of treatment: "you helped me become the woman I wanted to be". Another, many years later, told a mutual acquaintance of how I had helped her get over her fear of driving. Still another told me that I saved her life.
Attentive, convenient, affordable.
exploring to find the cause of the problem, then showing the patient how this causes the problem (working through) and finally showing how to put this in the proper perspective such that it not longer is such a powerful influence on the present.
I give examples in my book on b&n.com under penname Ichabod Green MD
i am a retired psychiatrist. did therapy for 46 years
$30 per hour, cash, pay in advance, no insurance
simply rented an office
all types from neuroses, psychoses, character problems, marriage counseling
I have been giving my book out free to friends. A few have written reviews of it on Amazon. You can see them using this link: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=i%2C+shrink+by+ichabod+green+m.d&i=stripbooks&crid=2K4TRRJ4EJNE6&sprefix=i%2C+shrink%2Caps%2C147&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-doa-p_1_9
See the therapist once or twice to see if you feel comfortable with them. I feel discussing political or religious beliefs in therapy as a waste of time, except that knowing the client's beliefs can help me understand what their needs are.
Whether they have already tried simpler and faster means of help to no avail before trying psychotherapy.