The mind-body connection is very powerful. What we think and say to ourselves can have a direct effect on how we feel. Your body can respond to the worrying and negative thoughts with headaches, muscle aches, digestive problems and other stress related symptoms. You don’t have to live your life this way. You can learn to change your thoughts and stop the worry.Read more
The purpose of couples counseling is to help partners learn more about each other and acquire healthy problem-solving skills. The couple should set therapeutic goals and with my guidance develop a plan for therapy so each person knows what to expect. In couples therapy, positive results often depend on the couple’s motivation and dedication to the process.Read more
Anti stress Therapy
Stress is often defined as the body’s response to the demands of life, although stress also involves emotions and the mind. In today’s hectic world it is often difficult to avoid a certain amount of stress. We do need to manage it however, especially if we are experiencing high levels of stress, so we can avoid it’s potential negative impact on our lives.
Stress is the internal, conditioned reaction of a person to perceived external pressures and is experienced as thoughts and feelings as well as physical processes.Read more