Counseling or Therapy can treat specific, diagnosable mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders. In addition it can treat everyday concerns such as relationship problems, stress management, career ambitions that may affect a person's mental well-being.
Individual Counseling also known as psychotherapy or talk therapy is a collaborative process between counselor and client that aims to facilitate change and improve the client's quality of life. Therapy can help people confront barriers that interfere with emotional and mental well-being. It can also increase positive feelings such as compassion, self- esteem, love, courage and inner peace. Many people find they enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware and they may pursue ongoing therapy as a means of self-growth and self actualization.
If you are worried that something might be going on with yourself or someone you love and treatment may be needed access a free mental health screening by using the web address below:
Life Coaching provides the drive and guidance a client needs to improve their careers, relationships and lives. This can help clients to:
Wellness Coaching is available to help clients find the motivation and tools they need to get to their physical and emotional health goals. These goals might include:
Unlike a nutritionist or physical therapist who makes specific diet and exercise suggestions, a wellness coach will help you make better general choices that fit your lifestyle. We include a customized plan for diet, exercise and stress reduction as well as BMI and bodyfat tracking. Initial consultations are available and then clients can choose to sign up for an 8 week wellness program with one meeting per week with a wellness coach to keep you motivated and on track to achieve your goals.
Why Would I Need Help?
There are many reasons. For instance you might consider coaching if you:
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Symptoms of mild to minimal depression were associated with early indicators of heart disease in a research letter published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, but the study found regular exercise seems to reduce the adverse cardiovascular consequences of depression.
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