Hello!

My name is Cristi Ann Soiya and I am here to help.

By being here, you’ve already taken the courageous step of seeking professional help for an issue you are experiencing. I know this was a tough decision to make. You were probably debating it for months, if not years, already. And I’m glad you’re here.

I’m here to work with you and for you. To help get your life back on the course you want it to be on, and allow you to rediscover what brings you joy and happiness in your life.

Whether you’re dealing with Childhood and Adult Mental Health Disorders, ADD and ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Depression, Bipolar and Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Panic, OCD, or Substance Abuse, Eating Disorders, and Trauma/PTSD, it is important that you know that there is hope for a better tomorrow. Together, we will work to leave behind the struggles you face today, and equip you with the tools to move onward to a future of happiness and success.

In my years specializing in psychotherapy, consultations, and evaluations, addiction; stages of change, treatment to recovery, with individual, and family sessions I have helped people with a wide range of obstacles to overcome. I am passionately committed to helping my clients realize their full  potential. I will tailor our sessions to meet your unique needs.

No matter what you are going through today, I am here to help until you are happy with the direction your life is heading. I believe that happiness and fulfillment are possible for everyone, and through therapy, you will learn strategies to more effectively address the challenges you face.

Contact me today if you’re ready to start working towards the life you want. Together, we can get you there.

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I specialize in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of Depression, Adoption Issues, Anxiety, OCD, Eating Disorders, ADHD, Trauma, and Substance Abuse for children, adolescents, and adults.

Psychotherapy is a systematic method of treatment in which patient and therapist meet at regularly scheduled intervals to discuss troubling problems and feelings. The relationship between patient and therapist is a collaborative effort. Therapy may lead to an increase in self-knowledge and provide symptom reduction. Many patients find improvement in overall well-being and quality of life.

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