Our best work is done when we collaborate with all the members of your therapeutic team. With your permission, I am pleased to coordinate care with:
Self-confidence / self-worth
grief and loss
depression or bipolar disorder
anxiety (general, social or panic)
postpartum depression and anxiety
reproductive health & choice
infertility & assisted reproduction
managing chronic health issues
women's issues across the lifespan
LGBTQ / identity
academic or employment
trauma / PTSD
suicidal thoughts or self-harm
anger / rage
(Rest assured, we all have issues.)
Consultation & Assessment
I provide a wide variety of consultation and assessment services to the community and mental health/psychiatric clinical research industry:
You don't live in a bubble (though it may feel that way sometimes). In some situations, it makes the most sense to get others involved in the therapeutic process. Support systems are vital. This is often the case when dealing with sensitive issues such as infertility/family building, pregnancy or postpartum support, chronic health or emotional conditions, and parenting.
Couples or Family Therapy
There are many benefits to joining a therapeutic group that go beyond working one-on-one with a therapist. Contact me or check back soon for information about upcoming therapeutic support groups.
Melissa Mamatas, Ed.S., LMHC
Some call it counseling, some call it therapy, some call it psychotherapy: this is the traditional one-on-one, face-to-face approach during which you have the non-judgmental space to discuss what is of concern to you. We identify the issues you would like to work on, and as we build a therapeutic relationship, work together to explore and/or treat these issues in a way that is both supportive and challenging.
Here is a sampling of the many issues that can be explored and improved through counseling or therapy: