Rebecca Compton, MEd, LPC, NCC, CGP, BCC
Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Coach
715 Hill Street, Suite 250 B, Madison, WI
In psychotherapy a person seeks to achieve a variety of goals. Goals are unique to each individual. For 30 years, I've helped my clients make improvement in the following areas: Make changes in your life leading to increased self-esteem and self-confidence Learn how to better identify, understand, and manage emotions Find new ways to cope with and relieve stress and anxiety Improve communication skills Increase satisfaction and intimacy in relationships Learn to set and maintain healthy boundaries Overcome self-destructive or self-sabotaging behaviors Learn creative problem-solving Learn to trust yourself in relationships
David Ogren, Ph.D.
EMDR Therapist - Psychologist
5600 Medical Circle, Madison, WI
EMDR Therapy, like all effective psychotherapy, begins with the therapist and client getting to know each other and developing a safe-enough relationship to enable more detailed history and taking and the development of a treatment plan. When the problems which brought you to therapy are recent traumatic events (for example, auto accidents, war trauma, sudden personal loss), EMDR processing of the events can begin with little study of your past. Other issues which have multiple roots in painful past experiences from childhood to your recent past require a more thorough understanding of your history and joint development of a treatment plan.