Psychotherapy with Individuals and their Relationship
Dr Richard Hamling, LMHC has provided individual, marital, family psychotherapy and clinical mental health services in the Finger Lakes region for more than forty years.
Relational-Interpersonal Psychotherapy is a non-authoritarian, and collaborative way of being in resolving conflicts, whether this is a clinical mental health matter or issues within the context of ones relationship. Relationships and their patterns are complex. Solutions often lay hidden from clear view. The Interpersonal-Relational Approach to Psychotherapy seeks to resolve conflict by the appreciation of needs,values, heightened sense of awareness for purposeful living. Such insights allow for acknowledgement of strengths and limitations of ourselves and others, thus the ability of living more effectively.
Many find this approach to therapy useful for a host of mental health and relational concerns. Collaboration with medical management is frequently effective as well.
Dr Hamling is licensed to practice psychotherapy, holding a master degree (MA) in Health and Human Services-Mental Health Counseling and a doctor of letters degree (D.Litt-UK) in Mental Health-Psychotherapy. Dr Hamling has been an adjunct professor for thirty-three years, teaching counseling and human service related courses. He holds Advance Practice recognition as a Diplomate-Clinical Specialist in Mental Health Counseling by the American Mental Health Counselors Association. Dr Hamling has a keen interest in the integration of psychodynamic, humanistic and existential theoretical perspectives.
Check, cash, credit cards, flex plans are acceptable means of payment. Monthly statements are not sent. Reduced fee appointments may be available on a limited basis.