David Rakofsky, President of Wellington Counseling Group, is a licensed clinical psychologist with vast expertise helping clients work through a range of issues and challenges. His experience includes work with depression, anxiety, relationship struggles and communication issues.

I help people who feel stuck, trapped, or confused by their own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I work with adults who feel there is something missing from their lives, or who feel there are parts of themselves they don’t understand or accept.

I work with children, adolescents and their families. I have extensive experience working effectively with families in crisis, and children who are undergoing anxiety, school refusal, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD/ADD, behavioral challenges, and lack of confidence.

My clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, stress management, and relaxation training. I have dedicated much of my career to understanding the effects of these issues, especially as it relates to overall health.

 

I work with men and women in all stages of adulthood who wish to improve themselves or change their lives. Sometimes, this means overcoming specific obstacles, such as anxiety, depression, life transitions, or difficulties with relationships.

 

I have a deep background in working with children, adolescents and families, and providing individual and family therapy. I enjoy working with individuals of all ages, from early childhood through adulthood. My special focus centers on helping children and families.

I work with people of all ages to treat a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, identity, trauma, and relationship dynamics. In addition to my focus on psychotherapy, I also specialize in psycho-diagnostic testing and teach courses in personality assessment.

 

I work with people in all stages of life to help them understand themselves better and feel more balanced, healthy and confident. I have extensive experience working with a wide variety of issues, especially helping people through periods of transition.