What we treat.

Trauma refers to an emotional response to a distressing or disturbing event. It can result from anything that causes emotional or physical pain and has the potential to predispose individuals to depression, sleep problems, and other health issues or it can be something involving extreme events such as physical, sexual assault… etc. Trauma can have a profound impact on mental health, leading to symptoms such as flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, and emotional numbness. Treatment for trauma may involve therapy techniques like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and medication if necessary. Supportive resources, self-care practices, and building a strong support network are also vital in the healing process. Seeking professional help is crucial for individuals dealing with trauma to promote recovery and restore well-being.

Refers to a condition characterized by the problematic use of drugs or alcohol despite negative consequences. It is considered a mental health disorder that affects individuals physically, psychologically, and socially. SUD can range from mild to severe, and it can cause significant impairment in various areas of life.

Anxiety is a common mental health condition characterized by feelings of excessive worry, fear, and unease. It can interfere with daily life and lead to physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat and difficulty breathing. Treatment options include therapy, medication, and self-care techniques like mindfulness and exercise.

Depression is a mood disorder that causes persistent feelings of sadness, loss of interest, and a lack of energy. It can affect one’s thoughts, behavior, and overall well-being. Treatment may involve therapy, medication, support groups, and lifestyle changes such as regular exercise and a healthy diet.

A lack of motivation can be a common symptom of various mental health issues, including depression and anxiety. It can also be influenced by factors such as stress, burnout, feeling overwhelmed, and a lack of clear goals. Practicing self-care, setting achievable goals, and seeking support from therapy or counseling are helpful ways to overcome this challenge. It’s important to understand the underlying causes and address them in order to regain motivation and find fulfillment in daily life.

Fatigue is a condition characterized by an overwhelming feeling of tiredness, lack of energy, and persistent exhaustion. It can have various causes, including health conditions, medications, lifestyle factors, and mental health issue

Failure to launch refers to a phenomenon where individuals struggle to transition into adulthood and become independent. It is often characterized by a lack of motivation, difficulty in taking on responsibilities, and a reliance on others for support. This can lead to feelings of frustration, low self-esteem, and a sense of being stuck. Lack of focus, and attention difficulties may also accompany this condition. Understanding the underlying factors contributing to failure to launch, such as fear of failure, perfectionism, or mental health issues, is crucial in providing appropriate support and interventions. Seeking therapy, building life skills, and fostering independence are important steps towards overcoming this challenge.

Mood disorders refer to a group of mental health conditions characterized by significant changes in mood and emotional states. Some common mood disorders include major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and persistent depressive disorder. These conditions can have a major impact on daily functioning and quality of life.

Refers to a recurring pattern of relapse in relation to addiction or chronic health conditions. It often involves a cycle of periods of recovery followed by episodes of relapse. This can be frustrating and discouraging for individuals and their loved ones. Understanding neuroscience, how our language can hold us back or move us forward, getting our bodies moving, and becoming part of a community can stop this process and allow clients to make better choices to support their continued progress.

What you can expect.

A prescription to participate in the fullness of life that will improve your:

  • Motivation
  • Self-Image
  • Physical Health
  • Social Interactions
  • Energy
  • Sleep
  • Impulse Control
  • Optimism
  • Attention
  • Focus
  • Productivity