- Premarital: Now that you are engaged, immersing yourself in wedding plans and decisions is part of setting out on the exciting road you travel as a couple
- Unsuspecting spouse the discovery of an extramarital affair breaks into one’s consciousness like a car crash
- Psychotherapy is not a sign of weakness. In fact, it is one of the smartest, most productive things you can do for yourself. Taking steps to improve yourself and your relationships shows an effort to pursue a healthy, thriving lifestyle… MORE
- Anger Management: Taking charge of your anger
- Ready to face the aftermath of childhood sexual abuse
- Exercise of reviewing the fight for ways to change
James W. Walkup would hope to help you grow towards the person or couple that you have always wanted to be. In your work you will identify the blocks and beliefs that inhibit your taking charge of your life. He will take a collaborative but active role in helping you develop new tools and skills for making desired changes. You can develop your self-esteem by identifying actions to accomplish what matters and what counts to you. With your partner you can develop communication skills, reduce the fighting and build the intimacy between you.
Research suggests that people grow best in a warm and accepting relationship. You can learn about your self and take new risks toward finding an exciting life. Therapy can help you come to appreciate yourself so much that when others do you won’t be surprised.
His approach is to offer a special blend of affirmation, education, experiential insight and hope. Discover some of the concrete tools and resources he will offer you to grow your relationships and live your life with purpose and meaning.”