Are you feeling anxious or stressed out? There are techniques I can teach you so you feel calmer in a short amount of time. Once you learn coping and calming techniques (many of which are mindfulness-based), you can approach life in a more relaxed way and think more clearly.
Is it hard for you to feel hopeful about the future? Do you feel like this mood is going to last forever? I can help you find ways to understand that this mood is temporary and you can make changes that help you have a more positive perspective.
Are you going through a big change? Going through a life transition like a loved one passing away (a person or pet), becoming an empty nester, relationships ending, having a baby, losing a job, or moving to a new city can often result in a huge period of adjustment. I can help you see this transition from a different perspective and help you cope with the big change (which sometimes involves the grief process).
Are you a deep thinker and tend to feel overwhelmed? Do you feel emotions intensely and notice small details? I can help you learn to appreciate the way you are wired and assist in developing self-care techniques.
Do you or a family member have a chronic disease like Type 1 Diabetes, cancer, dementia, or heart disease? Are you taking care of a loved one? I can help you adapt to your new diagnosis or your loved one's condition. I can help you learn to manage the stress of being a caregiver.
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