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My name is Dr. David Cox and I'd like to welcome you to my web site. People often do not understand the value of therapy until they have experienced it. However, many people are reluctant to try something that they know very little about.

My philosophy is simple: I want to empower you personally and help you have the life you want.

Some of my clients want to improve their relationships, others wish to learn how to manage past experiences and yet others want to increase their confidence. My training and experience allows me to work with a wide variety of clients to help them understand their goals and develop the skills and strategies to achieve those goals.

To view my profile on Psychology Today, please click below

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Fast Facts:

Over 70% of initial visits to medical doctors are stress-related
62% say they end the day with stress-related work pain
40% of workers say their jobs are very stressful
Mental and emotional stress is often connected to physical health problems
Half of all college students have mental and emotional issues, struggling with the demands and pressure of school performance, relationship problems, coping with alcohol, money concerns, and general worry about life following college.

Are you where you want to be?

It's time to make yourself a priority; don't just focus on your career and your home, but focus on you. Make self-improvement a top goal in your life and learn to experience yourself as more likable, confident, happy and focused.

We have this strange idea in our culture that being in therapy is a moral flaw, a character defect, that we should handle personal matters on our own. Remember that the next time you need to call the police, seek legal services, need medical attention, or call for home repair. All of us need someone in our lives we can talk to about anything.