Room For Change
At our practice, we believe that there is always room for change. Whether you are feeling stuck in old habits, feeling overwhelming stress and frustration, or dealing with serious mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, we want you to know that you will be heard and seen in every session you participate in. Our therapists are trained to make your healing a priority so that you can make the most out of your life. Changing for the better is never a bad thing, but you have to make the most of your healing journey and take your emotional and mental health into your own hands.
The Connection Between Body & Mind
The link between the body and the mind is significant for everyone. When the body is feeling tired, the mind knows to alert you that sleep is needed. Society stresses the importance of taking care of your physical health but lacks the proper representation for nurturing your mental and emotional health. When your mind is feeling overstimulated and overworked, it will send small signals to your body to notify you that you need to take a mental break. Ignoring these signals will likely lead to feeling overwhelmed by your mental capacity, ultimately letting your emotions take over. This is what leads to erratic behavior, outbursts and projection onto others. To stop neglecting your mental health and start prioritizing healing, you will need to take a step back and address the underlying issues that these emotions may be stemming from.
How Can Therapy Help Me?
In-person therapy allows an individual to take matters into their own hands with the help of a trained mental health professional. At Room For Change, we strive to ensure that you are receiving the personal help you need to break free from the emotional cage you have placed yourself in and start making room for positive thinking and acting. While there is no direct cure for disorders such as anxiety or depression, there are techniques and tools that you can rely on to make dealing with mental health easier. Grounding practices such as breath work can be great resources for someone who often finds themself lost in their mind, overthinking every scenario. Additionally, those who suffer from depression can use communication techniques to voice their struggles not only to a therapist but to those in their support network that are likely worried about them. Therapy sessions are not a replacement for accountability but rather a gateway to having the confidence you need to be accountable for your mental and emotional health.
In-Person Or Online, We Are Here For You
We are now accepting new clients for both in-person and online appointments. If you are ready to make room in your life for positive change then please reach out to our practice so we can get you started on the right path of healthy healing.