Life Got You Down?
Healing Starts Here.
There is a crack in everything
That's How The Light Gets In
Darkness cannot survive the light - it is fuel for the spirit, healing for the soul.
Therapy can help us take a moment to reflect on what drives us, moves us, and gives us joy. It can be a catalyst to see life happenings with childlike curiosity rather than just another problem. Taking the time to reenergize ourselves through therapy, we can learn new paths and create intention and joy in our lives.
CMHC - TRANSITIONS THERAPY ASSOCIATES
Therapy & Self-Care During Troubling Times
I believe the answers are already within you and I can help navigate the unfamiliar road to healing.
Trauma / PTSD
A person is at risk for developing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder when the natural recovery process is blocked. If you are experiencing unwanted thoughts, images, or memories of a traumatic event; nightmares, trouble sleeping, anger, negative beliefs about self, others, or the world, and attempts to avoid the reminders or memories of the trauma, we can help.
Anxiety / Depression
Anxiety is a normal part of every life, until it leads to suffering. If you find yourself avoiding people, places or situations or you cannot turn off the worry, therapy can help. Depression is literally the "common cold" of mental health. If you are experiencing a loss of interest in socializing or engaging in activities you used to enjoy, or if you are losing sleep and have low energy, therapy can help.
Stress / Coping
Chronic stress can negatively impact relationships, job, or quality of life. Stress can be experienced mentally (anxiety or helplessness) and physically (poor sleep, muscle tension, digestive issues). Stress can be high during times of life transitions like break-ups or job changes. Therapy can provide effective coping strategies and be a space to gain support and self-care.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a therapy that helps people heal from the symptoms and emotional distress resulting from disturbing life experiences.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an approach that focuses on challenging and changing thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes, and behaviors, improving emotion regulation, developing coping skills.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is an approach that began by treating borderline personality disorder, but has been proven effective in treating sex-abuse survivors, PTSD, substance abuse, binge-eating disorder and mood disorders.
Person-centered therapy is talk therapy where the client does most of the talking. No judgment or attempt to interpret what is said. Restating your words, however, helps to fully understand your thoughts and feelings.
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