Anxiety, Pain, and health issues do not have to control you. I bring a holistic view of wellness to mental health.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Livonia, MI
Acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT (pronounced like the word "act"), is a mindful approach to accepting the hardships in life to improve one's overall quality of living. It's a form of psychotherapy kindred to cognitive-behavioral therapy that helps people focus on the present and move forward from overwhelming, difficult emotions. While treatment time may vary from person to person, it can help diffuse the impact of negative emotions and reshape your thinking to treat depression, anxiety
Love and relationships can function in many ways, but as we open up and add partners we need to grow our communication skills, know our personal boundaries, and understand the emotional ethics of this type of relationship. I can as someone who is POLY/ENM and POLY/ENM informed and affirming, I can assist you in exploring this type of relationship, working through relationship struggles, and learning to have a voice in a polycule.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people's difficulties, and so change the way they feel.
An emphatic approach that empowers and motivates the client in the therapeutic process. Rather than viewing people as inherently flawed, with problematic behaviors and thoughts that require treatment, person-centered therapy identifies that each person has the capacity and desire for personal growth and change.
Mindfulness-based therapy combines cognitive behavioral techniques with mindfulness strategies in order to help individuals better understand and manage their thoughts and emotions in order to achieve relief from feelings of distress. You will learn meditation techniques as well as basic principles of cognition, such as the relationship between the way you think and how you feel. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about your depressive condition.
I have a decade of experience helping those living with depression whether it is chronic , cyclical, or situational. I have a large tool box of skills from mindfulness to cognitive behavioral techniques to assist you in feeling in control and offer hope.
I have spent over 5 years of my career working with those living with chronic illness and pain. I have training in Stanford's chronic disease self management program, diabetes prevention and management, Mindfulness, meditation to help you feel empowered and proactive in your health.
Anxiety can be so disruptive to our day to day life. It is also once of the most common difficult emotions we live with. I have a large tool box of skills from mindfulness to cognitive behavioral techniques to assist you in feeling in control and offer hope.