Kim Roser-Kedward is an Licensed Clinical Social Worker, experienced with civilians and veterans of all ages and eras, who offers mental health treatment counseling, counseling, coaching and psychotherapy for adult women and men across the life span. She incorporates the foundation skill of Mindfulness with most other treatment approaches she offiers. Call (619) 379-7450 to schedule an initial assessment.
(Overcoming) Anxiety – a 12-16 session, cognitive-behavioral and “evidence based” treatment of anxiety disorders, such as Social Phobia (public speaking, social situations, etc.), Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobias, mild Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Some people may need more or fewer sessions, depending on the severity of their symptoms. “Evidence based” means research has shown this approach to be effective for many people who undergo this treatment approach. Click here for information about the research that supports this treatment approach.
Becoming Relationship Smart – Need to improve your communication skills? Want to overcome your patterns in unhealthy relationship? Overcome what’s getting in the way of enjoying authentic and healthy relationships.
Communication and Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills – What to Say, and How to Say It – Learn effective communication skills for those really difficult situations. Incorporates the skills of DBT.
Emotion Regulation Skills Training of DBT – “evidence based” skill development in Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, Acceptance, Letting Go, and Mindfulness. Reduces vulnerability to negative emotions. Build a life worth living by creating more positive experiences in your life. Skill development in psychotherapy improves self-esteem, induces effective action, and reduces anxiety and depression. “Evidence based” means research has shown this approach to be effective for many people who undergo this treatment approach.
Insomnia Treatment – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) is an 8-session behaviorally-focused and “evidence based” approach to improving sleep and reducing insomnia. CBT-I Fact-Sheet for Clinicians.
Click here for information on the research supporting this approach. For individuals whose insomnia is driven by anxiety, CBT for Overcoming Anxiety may be recommended before or after CBT-I. “Evidence based” means research has shown this approach to be effective for many people who undergo this treatment approach. Click here to learn about the harmful effects of untreated sleep disorders.
Men in Transition: Career, Economy, Finances, Fitness and Relationships – Feeling stuck? Let’s face it. You don’t climb Mount Everest without the guidance and skills of a quality Sherpa. Experience the adventure of solution-focused therapy/coaching to discover how to get “unstuck” in a confidential and supportive environment. You can have masculinity and your emotions. Your supportive wife, girlfriend, or partner will love the results too.
Mental Wellness and Prevention – Psychotherapy focused on eliciting lifestyle choices to enhance physical and mental health. This is a great supplement to medication treatment for physical and mental health conditions.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Other Trauma-Focused Therapy – Kim is VA Certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for the treatment of PTSD. A 12 to 16 session cognitive-behavioral “evidence based” therapy to reduce symptoms related to serious trauma. Trauma focused therapy helps both civilian and military trauma. “Evidence based” means research has shown this approach to be effective for many people who undergo this treatment approach. Watch these informative videos to learn more about PTSD and treatment available.
Traditional Psychotherapy – Some people benefit from a less-structured, solution-focused, “talk therapy” to help move forward in life. This eclectic approach incorporates multiple theoretical orientations such as psychodynamic, attachment-based, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.
Veterans – readjustment counseling, treatment of adjustment disorders, anxiety, insomnia irritability, PTSD, and other common changes to mental health.
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