Those suffering with chronic anxiety disorders experience severe worry and tension, often without provocation. During mild episodes, you may be able to carry own with your work and social life. However, when severe flare-ups occur, everyday life can begin to seem unbearable. Using cognitive behavioral therapy, I have helped many individuals suffering with anxiety disorders regain control of their lives and help keep their anxiety in check.
Ending a relationship can feel like you are being launched into unfamiliar territory. Just about everything changes: your routine and responsibilities, and in some cases, even your identity. In fact, one of the reasons why break ups are so painful is because it represents the loss, not just of the relationship, but also of a shared vision. The key to recovering from a breakup is to allow yourself to feel all of your emotions. By going through your aches and pains, I can help get you back into your daily routine.
GREAVING THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE
Everyone will experience loss at some point in their life. The feelings associated with that loss are not always limited to sadness. In fact, some may also feel guilt, anger and regret. Whatever the feeling you may be experiencing, it is important for you to know that it is completely normal. Therapy can help you deal with your emotions and help you cope with the loss of your loved one.
Depression will keep you from living the life you want and deserve. You should never ignore signs of depression, and always seek help. Remember, even the most severe types depression are treatable with therapy. This combined with healthy lifestyle changes, can help you overcome depression and reclaim your life.
Through a variety of techniques I can help you take control of your thoughts, emotions, and help you deal with your stress in the right way. No matter how stressful your life may seems, there are steps you can take to relieve the pressure and regain control.
TRAUMA AND PTSD
Trauma and PTSD is part of life, and is often unavoidable. It is something that most people have in common, even though they may not talk about it. Recognizing the symptoms of trauma and PTSD is important for you to start the healing process. However, this is just a first step. Therapy can help you deal with these experiences and help you take back control of your life.
In our session you will be encouraged to examine the circumstances that trigger your anger and to become aware of your emotional state at each level of provocation. You will be taught how to use those psychological signs as a road map to control your anger. By identifying the emotional reaction to a specific situation, you will gain awareness and insight into the way your body responds to past and future circumstances.