Divorce is something that is becoming rampant in the United States and is affecting more married people every year. Statistics show that about 50% of all marriages end in divorce. Unfortunately this statistic does not scratch the surface of how many people are affected by divorce. It does not involve just the married couple in question but has deep seeded effects on everyone around you. Whether it is children or family members, it is important to remember that your divorce can have a negative impact on all related parties.

 Divorce can be an extremely difficult transition to manage. Some people have a difficult time readjusting to their everyday life, others experience depression or anxiety; all of these reactions are potentially harmful to your well–being and must be given your full attention. Divorce is a major life transition, and like most life transitions people have difficulties accepting major changes in their life. Sometimes it helps to be able to discuss your issues with someone qualified and trained to deal with these types of situations.

No one is more qualified to handle the psychological aspect to your divorce than the educated staff at Wolff Psychotherapy. Glenn Wolff of Wolff Psychotherapy is fully trained to help you surpass whatever the life changing issue may be. He will give you the key to helping manage your divorce in a healthy method. Whether you are contemplating divorce, recently divorced or want help teaching your children how to cope with the concept of divorce, Mr. Wolff can help.

At Wolff Psychotherapy we understand how divorce can make you feel, and we give you the tools you need to get through your problem. We help our patients realize that divorce can be a natural part of life and it’s how we deal with the person affected that is important.

We offer top level treatment combining experience and extensive knowledge to provide the best psychotherapy and counseling to children, adolescents, adults, and families. Our training and experience cover a wide range of areas including depression, anxiety, difficulty with interpersonal relationships, self-esteem, trauma, and grief and loss.

Contact Glenn Wolff at Wolff Psychotherapy, at 203 249 3313 for a complimentary phone consultation to discuss your concerns and determine if working together will be helpful for you. Or you can visit our website at http://wolffpsychotherapy.com.