OHIO Based Therapy

Women Specialists

Women in Ohio

Being A Woman Can Be Tough

Women often grapple with a myriad of challenges that can leave them feeling isolated and unheard, both in their personal relationships and professional lives. They may find their voices marginalized and their contributions undervalued, perpetuating feelings of disempowerment, loneliness, and inadequacy. Juggling multiple roles and responsibilities further exacerbates these challenges, as women often feel overwhelmed by the pressure to excel in every aspect of their lives. Addressing these issues requires systemic changes to promote environments where women feel valued, respected, and empowered to thrive personally and professionally.

Being A Woman Is A Blessing

Specialized therapy for women often incorporates a variety of evidence-based approaches tailored to address their unique needs and challenges. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) plays a central role, assisting women in identifying and understanding their emotions while equipping them with effective coping strategies. Mindfulness techniques are also commonly utilized, helping women cultivate present-moment awareness of their experiences. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) offers another valuable framework, offering a structured yet dynamic approach to emotional management. Utilizing techniques such as the “house technique,” where women metaphorically build a house from the ground up, DBT helps them establish a solid foundation of coping skills and self-awareness before progressing to more complex emotional challenges.

Additionally, worksheets and structured exercises are employed to facilitate the exploration and restructuring of thought patterns, empowering women to gain insight into their emotions and challenges to develop practical strategies for managing them effectively. Through these specialized therapeutic interventions, women are supported in their journey towards greater emotional well-being, empowerment, and fulfillment.

Feelings of isolation or being unheard within their intimate relationships with spouses or partners.

Struggle to resolve issues in their relationships, leading to a sense of frustration and emotional disconnection.

Feeling unequal and unheard, contributing to an overall sense of invisibility both at work and at home.

Balancing multiple roles and responsibilities, including work, family, and personal life.

Struggles with body image issues or disordered eating patterns, grappling with societal pressures to conform to unrealistic beauty standards.

Anxiety or depression related to life transitions such as motherhood, menopause, or aging, feeling uncertain about their identity and purpose.

Trauma or past experiences of abuse or violence may cause persistent feelings of fear, shame, or distrust.

Online Mental Health Therapy in Ohio

Phone

(216) 238-2566

Email

sarahfinkelshteyn@umattercounseling.org