Dr. Debbie Hutchinson works with individuals, couples and families. Her credentials include a doctorate in Clinical Psychology, a Masters in Clinical Psychology, a Masters In Counseling, and a license as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Hutchinson applies the principles of Cognitive-Behavioral therapy to help people identify and eliminate thoughts that are dysfunctional and limit personal progress. Learning ways to develop more positive thought patterns will lead to the development of more positive feelings and behavioral choices. In addition to counseling, Dr. Hutchinson is an active speaker at colleges, universities, and major corporations.
I have been providing psychological services for approximately 21 years. I have had the privilege to work with many people and help them get out of the darkness of depression, and into the light of living life again. Things can change. It can get better. You have to be willing to really work at it to make it happpen. If you truly desire to make positive changes and are willing to do the work involved to make it happen, I extend an invitation to you to contact me and begin the work.
Bipolar Disorder-The mood fluctuations from mania to depression can be overwhelming. Stress in familiy relationships is typically the result. By working with a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, a life of improved emotional stability and more functional relationships can be attained.
Depression-Life's challenges can feel unbearable. At times people lose hope and see no way out of the depression. Through use of proven techniques and hard work, life can become satisfying and enjoyable.
Anxiety-The ill effects of prolonged stress is that stress can turn into an anxiety disorder such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder or Panic Disorder. The good news is that stress can be managed effectively and joy and laughter can become a part of daily living.
Relationships-The most recent statistic on divorce shows that approximately 53% of marriages in America end in divorce. While some problems within relationships are inevitable, improved communication, greater self-awareness, and a sincere renewed commitment to the relationship can lead to greater happiness, a true sense of partnership, and mutual feelings of love.