As a marriage and Family Therapist I have the training and experience to address a wide array of needs or issues. My areas of focus are specific topics that I have extra training and experience with and that I tend to deeply connect with in my work.
There are many many therapists who are trained to work like a general practitioner, so they know a little bit about a lot of things. These therapists usually state that they can treat almost any problem or issue. This can be great, depending on the kind of help you are looking for.
However, when you have something more specific you are looking for support with, it is important to find someone who focuses on your specific need.
It's kind of like if you have a cold or a headache it makes sense to see a general practitioner. On the other hand, if you have problems with your eyes or heart, you want to see someone who specializes in eyes or hearts in order to get the very best treatment. This same idea applies to most other professions as well, including therapy.
Below I have listed my areas of focus for you to learn more.