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Holding Hands



  • Anxiety: Let's work together on normalizing your reaction to stress and prevent it from negatively affecting your focus in life. It's time to make room for new healthy thoughts, so just breathe! Let’s explore how your way of thinking and choices affect your feelings and thoughts.  (Learn More Link)


  • Depression: Overwhelming negative feelings can alter your mood and behavior. Hopelessness can settle in and temporarily blur your focus- which can be draining if you lack coping skills or support. Stressful events, relationships, and trauma are only a few of the causes of depression. Depression is treatable and I can help you find ways to recover from it.  (Learn More Link)


  • Stress management:   Find balance and a healthier life by implementing strategies to help you better cope with the difficulties of emotional responses to challenges. Let’s work together to consistently break old patterns of behavior while implementing positivity and optimism for healthier ways of coping. Improve your mood, sleep, physical health, and immune system with peaceful perspectives. (Learn More Link)

  • Anger management: Anger can be useful to learn to identify smaller issues within circumstances and existing problems. In some instances, it can protect us from dangerous situations and these experiences can teach us to take a step back to reflect on how to create positive change. We can learn about the different aspects of frustration, unfair treatments, and defensive reactions to help alleviate the symptoms of anger by exploring health coping skills.  (Learn More Link)


  • Relationship issues: Compromising and making decisions with our loved ones can have its challenges. Social activities, family affairs, and numerous daily responsibilities for each of the roles we engage in daily can sometimes create disturbances in relationships. While it’s expected to disagree or certain points, poor communication skills tends to create problems without exploring possible solutions. Creating an atmosphere where alternative solutions are explored is key in maintaining healthy relationships. Let’s work together on improving communication and find solutions to create positive changes. (Learn More Link)


  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD):  This mental health condition is caused by witnessing or experiencing shocking, frightening, or dangerous events which can affect our everyday functioning. People who suffer from PTSD may feel stressed or frightened, even after they are no longer physically in danger. Those who experienced extremely high stressful levels sometimes need help exploring the negative feelings caused by the experience. Therapy helps you learn how to manage those emotions from the past to evolve. Different techniques are discussed to help alleviate stressful or painful events from the past.   


  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): One of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders among children who may have trouble paying attention, control impulsive behaviors, or cause them to be overly active. Children and adults with ADHD have differences in brain development causing them to have trouble focusing and behave appropriately in different settings. Therapy interventions can help develop social-emotional and behavioral skills to manage moods and behaviors created by the symptoms. (Learn More Link)


  • Adolescence:  Growth and development from childhood to early adulthood can be challenging for some children and families. Taking society into consideration- parent(s) and child(ren) learn to transition to self-sufficiency along with their culture’s traditions while learning to become more independent in society. Guidance is useful to help encourage healthy development and learn ways to discuss difficult topics, such as bullying, friends and peer pressure, drugs and alcohol, physical and emotional changes, sexual risky behaviors and teen pregnancy prevention. (Learn More Link)


  • Body pain: Muscle pain or body aches may be signs of injury, infection, disease or other health concerns. Untreated conditions can become chronic if not addressed. Pain is a warning sign that your body, mind and soul are not in alignment. Now is the time to focus on what your body needs to help overcome increased muscle tension, sleep difficulties, fatigue and headaches, to name a few. The tapping technique helps to address energy flow and channel meridian pathways to improve pain effectively. (Learn More Link)

  • Self-image disorders:  We are all unique with genetic features that tell a story about our roots. However, if we are often too preoccupied with our appearance, flaws, or compare ourselves to others due to unrealistic expectations from society, it can create emotional disturbances in our energy system causing stress in our body. Accepting yourself for who you are and exploring ways to relieve insecurities due to your critical inner voice can be explored in sessions.  (Learn More Link)

  • Abuse: Physical abuse (intentional bodily harm), sexual abuse (non-consensual sexual contact), and emotional abuse (causing mental pain) causes distress in everyday lives to those affected if it is not treated.  Treatment helps manage distressing feelings and thoughts due to the results of abusive behaviors towards them. Learning to create relationships free of pain and suffering after the abuse has taken place is key.  Learn the tools to create healthy relationships and choices to improve your quality of life. (Learn More Link)


  • Neglect:  When medical, educational, or emotional neglect is present in childhood, the emotions associated with abandonment and betrayal can be challenging to overcome without professional support. We tend to find comfort in familiar feelings which can cause some to resolve issues with unhealthy or addicting behaviors. Discussing these issues while learning coping skills to free emotions is beneficial to evolve. (Learn More Link)


  • Personality disorders: Your personality creates your personal reality - your way of thinking, feeling and behaving that makes you different than others. Your personality is influenced by your experiences and environment. A personality disorder is a way of thinking, feeling and behaving that deviates from cultural expectations, causing distress or problems in overall functioning and relationships and lasts over time. (Learn More Link)


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