Psychologist in Kensington

Treat the issues in your life with the help of Dr. Wilfried Busses's evidence-Based approach.

Kensington psychologist Dr. Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. is a strong believer in Evidence Based Practice in Psychology (EBPP). This approach to counseling and psychotherapy promotes the use of scientifically validated approaches to therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy methods such as EMDR are included in this approach, which has proven highly effective in cases calling for PTSD treatment, anxiety treatment, trauma treatment depression treatment, stress management counseling and more. Dr. Busse has over 20 years of experience as a therapist, and sees clients of all ages dealing with a wide range of issues. Through an initial face to face or phone consultation you can become more familiar with what therapy with Dr. Busse will entail, and make a decision about counseling moving forward. Call today and take the first step in resolving the issues that have been holding you back.

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Dr. Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. is a well-respected Kensington counseling professional and can help you begin to make real and lasting changes in your life.

Through the use of exciting and effective methods such as EMDR, Dr. Busse has proven to be a therapist that gets results. Furthermore, his welcoming and compassionate approach makes for a wonderful environment in which to work on profound personal change. If you’ve made the decision to seek the help of a therapist Dr. Busse would like to speak to you. Call today to learn more. By making that call you can open yourself up to a world of opportunity and self improvement.

Kensington therapist Dr. Wilfried Busse’s approach to therapy is both eclectic and integrative. He pays particular attention to the connection between mind and body and how the two affect one another. Dr. Busse also pays close attention to spiritual matters and how connected they often are with one's psychological well being. Whatever challenges you are facing in your life, no matter how bad they seem now, can be overcome. When those challenges become overwhelming it is OK to admit that you need help, and to seek that help so that you can facilitate real and lasting change. Begin finding the building blocks for such change in the office of Dr. Wilfried Busse, Ph.D.