Mental Health Therapy


Perhaps you’re having a hard time adjusting to retirement. Maybe you’re looking for new meaningful activities or social networks. Or you may be adjusting to changes in your physical or mental abilities. Additionally, as friends, spouses, partners, or other family members pass away, you may also need help with grief or feelings of isolation.

Iona’s trained psychotherapists understand these challenges and are available for individual sessions to help you address your anxieties or fears, find new sources of enjoyment and meaning in your life, connect to support systems, and learn new ways to communicate your emotions in a healthy and positive way.

Caregivers and other family members can also benefit from therapy to talk openly about their fears, anxieties, and stresses associated with caretaking and learn more about community resources.

Through a collaborative approach, our psychotherapists can offer you fresh perspectives and coping skills to help you live the best life possible. We can help you address:

  • Feelings of depression or anxiety
  • Difficulties dealing with memory loss, a medical condition, or increased dependence on others
  • Grief and loss
  • Transitioning to retirement
  • Adjusting to a change in roles or responsibilities in a relationship
  • Caregiving stress

For more information and to schedule an appointment, contact us. Please note, Iona accepts Medicare and most Medicare secondary insurance plans. Our therapists are also CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield preferred providers.

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