Dr. Marti Peck’s services specialize in the following areas:
Depression has many symptoms, including changes in sleep patterns and appetite, feeling sadder than normal, and difficulty concentrating. If you think you may be depressed, it is important to reach out to a professional and discuss your concerns.
There are different types of anxiety disorders. The most common are panic disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, and generalized stress disorder.
Dr. Peck has had extensive training and clinical experience working with individuals who have experienced sexual abuse/assault as children and adults. Adult victims of childhood molest and adult victims of sexual abuse often present for treatment with symptoms of anxiety, depression, alcohol/drug abuse, eating disorders and other related conditions, all of which Dr. Peck has clinical experience treating.
Couples therapy is a form of psychological treatment that is also sometimes called marriage counseling or marital therapy. It is different from psychotherapy because rather than the individual who is the focus of attention, in couples therapy the relationship between the partners, and problems existing in the relationship are the focus of attention.
Loss is an inevitable part of every life, but when the pain of loss happens to you through the death of a loved one, a divorce, separation, home, employment – or whatever form that loss may take – sometimes it is helpful to talk to a professional therapist.
Post traumatic stress can occur from various forms of exposure to an event. This traumatic event is repeatedly experienced and can cause symptoms such as difficulty sleeping/eating, difficulty concentrating, irritability or angry outbursts. She is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), for treatment of trauma.
Manifestation of eating disorders can come in a variety of forms. This can vary from intense fear of gaining weight, use of laxatives, diuretics, or enemas, self-induced vomiting, or regularly eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry.
Dr. Peck is familiar with the 12 Step Program of treating addictions, as will as the self-support resources of A.A., Al-anon, and N.A., but works with each individual in a case-by-case basis to determine the most effective ways to address their own, unique life situation and circumstances and treatment needs.