Anxiety Anxiety
People seek anxiety treatment from Dr. Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. for a variety of reasons. How do you know if you need treatment for anxiety and should seek the counseling help of a licensed psychologist? If your anxiety has become unmanageable and is affecting your ability to function in certain situations, then you should definitely seek treatment. Read More →

PTSD PTSD
Those seeking PTSD treatment will benefit from the experience and methodologies of psychologist Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. Dr. Busse specializes in the use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) as a treatment for PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).  Read More →

Trauma Trauma
Trauma treatment in the office of Dr. Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. may at times include a referral for the use of medications, but by no means is it always necessary. Through trauma therapy with Dr. Busse you'll address the causes of your distress and the destructive behavior patterns that result from them.  Read More →

Grief Grief
Grief is something we all experience at some point in our lives. From the death of a loved one to major losses that bring on feelings of grief, this emotion is something that is inevitably a part of life for us all. Furthermore, it is experienced differently by everyone.  Read More →

Depression Depression
Every single day is a challenge for those in the throes of depression. As depression worsens, feelings of worthlessness, helplessness and hopelessness continue to grow. Left untreated, these feelings can render you unable to cope and function on an every day level.  Read More →

Stress Management Stress Management
Wilfried Busse, Ph.D. can show you how to better manage stress and improve your emotional well-being in the process. Today our schedules are busier than ever, and we all feel the weight of responsibilities both at work and in our private lives. A normal amount of stress is one thing, but stress left unchecked can become unmanageable. Read More →

ADHD ADHD
Is your child exhibiting signs of inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior? If so, you may want to consider the possibility that your child is dealing with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (commonly referred to as ADHD). A recent study showed that ADHD diagnoses have jumped 24% in the last 10 years.  Read More →