Do any of the following resonate with you?
-You feel like you can’t shut off your mind, battling your thoughts.
-You are constantly comparing yourself to others on social media.
-You feel trapped in painful past memories or experiences.
-You avoid or distract yourself from anxious thoughts or feelings.
-Your confidence is at an all-time low.
If so, I’m here to help. I am a compassionate and committed therapist that can help you create and live a balanced, happy, and fulfilling life. I believe that you are the expert on you and that my job is to provide you with the tools and guidance to reach your goals. I know that life rarely goes according to plan and can be filled with challenges and obstacles. You are not defined by your struggle; there is hope for healing.
Perhaps you are going through a major life change such as a breakup, graduating from college, or starting a new job. You feel that the weight of the world is on your shoulders, and it seems that everyone else has it figured out except for you. Whether it’s stress about school, family, that ex you just can’t seem to get past, or work, therapy can help you work through these challenges and support your ability to move forward and gain confidence.
Most people who start Trauma Therapy feel stuck in a rut, unable to move forward. Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) allows you to heal from difficult experiences without having to relive them over and over again. ART is an eye movement therapy that is different from traditional talk therapy. You’ll find relief from the memories that play on a loop in your brain. And you don’t have to talk in detail about what happened, unless you choose too. With the use of the eye movements, we can rescript distressing memories and images stored in our brain so they no longer feel painful, overwhelming, and distressing. Clients report feeling relief in as little as 1-5 sessions. To learn more about ART, schedule a free consultation, or visit https://acceleratedresolutiontherapy.com/
Worry thoughts often impair our ability to be present, relax, and make connections with other people. In fact, Anxiety is one of the most common mental health challenges faced in the US. Anxiety is not a permanent state of being, although it can feel like that at times. Anxiety is something that can be managed and, with the right help, decreases over time. It is possible to feel present and at peace in the moment without your brain taking over. It is possible to wake up and go to sleep without your mind racing and your body feeling relaxed. Reach out today to get started and learn the tools to find relief from anxiety and reclaim your life.