Encouraging Metamorphosis through self-discovery

who can benefit from therapy? Absolutely anyone and everyone!
We are all wounded in one way or another, but you don't have to be the victim of unfortunate EVENTs that may have happened in your life.

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Anxiety Disorders

We all encounter everyday stressors that, when not managed well, can result in our feeling overwhelmed, nervous, and anxious.  Anxiety is just stress gone rogue.  In its worst form, anxiety can produce panic attacks, chronic worry and even physical illness like high blood pressure and heart disease.  The current culture in our society seems to force people onto a treadmill, incessantly running to achieve more and to acquire more.anxiety disorders florida

Close your eyes and imagine a calm, beautiful place where you would like to be, either somewhere you've visited in the past or a place you've always wanted to go.  As you picture yourself in that peaceful place, imagine everything you are experiencing through your senses,, what do you hear, see, feel on your skin, smell? Enjoy being in that calm, peaceful place for a few moments as you breathe in and out.

Relaxation exercises such as this, as well as hypnosis, EMDR and other cognitive therapy interventions will help reduce anxiety and manage stress effectively.  Prioritizing your life and assessing what is important can be a tremendous stress reduction technique.  I will work with you to achieve balance and harmony in your life so that you can relax and learn to manage your stress.

The Dalai Lama once said, when asked what impressed him most about contemporary man, "...he sacrifices his health in order to make money, then he sacrifices money to recuperate health.  And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and dies having never really lived."  Don't embody the Dalai Lama's characterization of man, take charge of your life with the gentle encouragement provided by expert counseling.