Individuals enter psychotherapy for a wide variety of reasons: for problems in living (such as work stress or family problems); for relief from particular disorders (such as depression, anxiety or alcoholism); for coaching (career track, corporate change or problem employees).
No one is fully described by one problem or disorder, but the initial problem is often the catalyst for improving one’s life. Life transitions are a common theme in psychotherapy. Individuals go through the changes of marriage and divorce, new jobs and careers and changes in life priorities.
Dr. Evans views psychotherapy as a collaborative process in which you work together to clarify your goals and the means to achieve them. His training includes psychodynamic theory, cognitive-behavioral approaches, systems theory, Gestalt therapy and Positive Psychology. Regardless of the theoretical orientation, most people want straight talk from a psychotherapist, not psychobabble. They want a competent psychologist who gives real feedback about what he sees going on.
In his practice Dr. Evans has worked with adults of all ages, as well as children and adolescents. With his generalist approach, he starts with your specific problem and views it within the context of your total life, including your strengths.
Now accepting virtual telehealth appointments. Dr. Evans offers video therapy to patients who find that more convenient than coming into the office. Some people use a combination of both online and in person sessions. This service is available to anyone in California.
El Dr. Evans ofrece terapia en español. Aún cuando hablan inglés, muchos clientes prefieren la terapia en su idioma natal. Dr. Evans ha vivido en países hispanos y es bilingüe.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, email Dr. Evans at email@example.com, call him and leave a confidential voicemail at 858-673-9600., or send Dr. Evans your contact info to start the conversation.
The office is located 3252 Holiday Court, Suite 205, La Jolla, CA 92037.
Depression is recognized by the World Health Organization as a major disabling disorder. There are specific psychological methods to treat depression, often without medication.
La Jolla Corporate Center, 3252 Holiday Court, Suite 205, La Jolla, CA 92037