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Do you feel like you are getting by, but not thriving? Does anxiety, stress, or low mood weigh you down? Dr. Dwyer provides individual therapy services to children, teens, and adults, in her office at Rocky Mountain Center for Development. We begin with a thorough assessment of difficulties, then craft a treatment plan centering on your goals for change. Using techniques from cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral, and acceptance and commitment therapies, we will work together to personalize your treatment.
Is time one of your most valuable resources? Then distance therapy services may be perfect for you! Using a secure video link, we will work together for therapy just like we would in the office. But you won’t have to factor in driving and parking time, so your time out of the office or away from kids will be greatly reduced. All you need is an internet connected computer with microphone and webcam (most laptops come with these standard), and a private space at work or home for your appointment time. Distance services are also great for people living in a rural area. Click here to read more and watch my video about distance therapy!
Dr. Dwyer provides comprehensive psycho-educational evaluations for children, teens, and young adults in need of recommendations for educational services. She is highly skilled at assessing cognitive, academic, executive functioning, and neuro-developmental abilities. Dr. Dwyer evaluates students for dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities, ad/hd, ASD, and other social-emotional difficulties that can impact educational functioning.
The holidays are rapidly approaching! Time to brush up your stress management. Learn my top 5 tips for a less-stressed holiday season in the video below. Enjoy!read more
Here's an insider secret... everyone has anxiety. Anxiety is just an emotion, not necessarily good or bad. It is your body's way of keeping you safe by motivating you to scan your environment, problem solve, and fuel up for a fight or flight situation. But in our...read more
Over the years, the public service announcement has changed. When I was what we now refer to as a “tween”, it was the “This is your brain on drugs” PSA with the image of an egg frying in a pan. I guess it worked since I remember it so well all these years later. ...read more
“To sleep, perchance to dream- ay, there’s the rub.” Hamlet–Shakespeare Once again, the Bard prooves to be an astute observer of the human condition. If he were born 400 years later, would he still be a writer or would he perhaps be a psychologist? But I digress…...read more
With five new strategies under your belt from my last post, are you letting stress roll off your back like water? If not, never fear. These skills take time to practice, learn, and incorporate into your every day life. Keep working on them and you’ll see results. ...read more
Is it just me, or does it feel like life moves at breakneck speed from mid-November until the end of the year? Between planning celebrations, shopping for gifts, traveling, entertaining family and racing betwixt and between, there is not much time to catch your...read more