Depression is a clinical condition that alters the mood and the life experience of the affected individual. It is a lot more common than we think. It can be lethal if untreated in the event the individual becomes suicidal.
Anxiety can make life unbearable. The affected individual gradually feels fearful and apprehensive even about miniscule tasks in life. This is an erroneous perception, a malfunction in your thought processing. We can help you release anxiety and alter the intense fears ingrained in your unconscious mind.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can disrupt your whole life ― your job, your relationships, your health and your enjoyment of everyday activities. Having PTSD may also increase your risk of other mental health problems, such as: Depression and Anxiety, Issues with drugs or alcohol use to alleviate the pain of reliving the trauma.
Abuse of any type, be it sexual, physical or mental is traumatic and affects all realms of our lives. It often leads to isolation, loneliness, anhedonia, and depression. Ignoring the pain is not a viable solution. Processing the pain until it no longer has a hold on you is the right answer.
Relationships can be challenging as we need to balance, intertwine, and respect our needs, desires, and obligations with our partners. Separation, or divorce is not always the best solution and counseling can help you realize that relationship challenges are a golden opportunity for personal growth. You can grow closer together again.
Anger is commonly considered to be easily managed through self-control. This is an erroneous assumption. Anger is the result of immense pain. The angry individual needs to identify and work through the pain in order to move away from anger. I can help you realize the roots of your pain which when processed will no longer lead to anger.
Living with low self-esteem can harm your mental health and lead to problems such as depression and anxiety. You may also develop unhelpful habits, such as smoking and drinking too much, as a way of coping.
Low energy? Headaches? Insomnia? Can’t relax? Low self-esteem? Inability to focus? These are just a few symptoms of stress. It can affect all aspects of your life including your behavior, emotions, physical, mental and thinking ability. Symptoms can be vague, hard to put your finger on and can be similar to those caused by medical conditions so it is very important to address them in a timely manner. Short term stress is not something to be concerned about. Chronic / long term stress however is something that needs to be addressed or it can lead to serious health / mental problems
Many people have heard of ADHD. It may make you think of kids who have trouble paying attention or who are hyperactive or impulsive. Adults can have ADHD, too. About 4% to 5% of U.S. adults have it. But few adults get diagnosed or treated for it. Who gets adult ADHD? Every adult who has ADHD had it as a child. Some may have been diagnosed and known it. But some may have not been diagnosed when they were young and only find out later in life. While many kids with ADHD outgrow it, about 60% still have it as adults. Adult ADHD seems to affect men and women equally. We treat both Adults and Children.
Are you feeling lost, directionless, or in need for a change in your life? We can help you redefine what drives you, what gets you out of bed in the morning with a smile on your face, and what gives purpose in your life. We all need to redefine our lives as we move through various developmental stages and our needs and desires change.
We provide activities & training to instill motivation, internal drive and team cohesiveness.