Coping with Health Challenges

Medical issues present both physical and emotional challenges. Physicians frequently refer patients for psychotherapy to aid in the individual’s adjustment to these challenges and to learn additional coping skills. Clients also commonly seek care for these issues on their own, as dealing with health issues is understandably stressful.

Extensive research supports the mind-body connection, and there is an established reciprocal interaction between physical and mental health. As such, counseling can be a vital component to fostering one’s overall health and wellbeing. To learn more, visit:

“The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it.”

– George C. Scott

Providers that Treat Coping with Health Challenges

Christine DiBlasio, Ph.D.

Karen Okun, M.A., LADC

Lizabeth Pontzer, M.D.

Carolyn Rushford, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Lee, M.A., LCMHC

Stephanie Rose, M.S.W., LICSW

Victoria Colvin, LICSW, LADC

Penny Grant, M.A., LCMHC

Lisa C. Harrington, MPH, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Angela Paoli, M.S.W, LICSW

Danielle Seymour, M.A., LCMHC

Tasha Belcher, M.Ed., LCMHC

Kasia Brown, M.A., LCMHC

Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Services Used to Treat Coping with Health Challenges

Individual Psychotherapy

Group Therapy

Telehealth

Psychiatric Services

Consultation