Overcome Personality Issues
Your personality defines the way you think, feel, function and react to situations. It varies from person to person, but some have personalities that are distinctly different from normal, as defined by culture and society. Personality issues are usually formed as a result of rigid abnormal patterns of thinking.
Depression is a mental health disorder or mood disorder characterized by a constant feeling of sadness or loss of interest in daily activities of life. It is different from low moods that people normally experience as symptoms can last from weeks, months, or years.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Generalized anxiety disorder is a mental health disorder characterized by being constantly worried and anxious about matters related to money, health, family, school, work, or similar issues without any apparent reason. The condition can interfere with your ability to perform routine activities of daily living.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur when a person experiences an unexpected traumatic event such as a natural disaster, life threat, terrorist act, gun violence, rape, sexual violence, or other physical assault.
Transitions are changes that we experience when we move from one phase to another phase of life. Although life transitions are a normal part of life, people often struggle to adjust to change and may find these periods of life very stressful and perhaps distressing.
Women’s issues are referred to as any concerns that women may experience at some point in their lives that impacts a woman’s mental health, and at times, physical health. Some of these issues may be specific to the female gender while others may impact all genders.
Adjustment disorder is a group of stress-related symptoms that occurs as a reaction to a traumatic or stressful life event. These events may include the death of a loved one, losing a job, or relationship issues. Often, the reaction is disproportionate to the precipitating event.
Stress is the body’s normal response to the psychological or physical demands of life. It is a natural part of life and occurs as a reaction to specific triggers that can put you on edge or cause you to worry. Stress can fluctuate at home or at work, while challenging situations and other life transitions can also trigger it.
Postpartum depression is a persistent low mood that arises due to a complicated mix of physical, mental, and behavioral changes in mothers immediately after they give birth. It is also linked to the social and psychological changes that come with giving birth.
Individual therapy is a type of psychotherapy in which a mental health professional works with an individual with personal issues, such as mental illnesses or a variety of emotional struggles and helps treat them. The main objective of individual therapy is to improve the quality of life
Family therapy is a psychological therapy that involves counseling close members of a family to resolve conflicts and help better understand one another. Sessions are held by a psychologist or a trained social worker. It is typically a short program and is often combined with other types of mental health treatment.
Mindfulness is a form of psychotherapy that helps train your mind to be attentive to the present moment with an open and accepting attitude. It can provide a new perspective or insight on challenges of daily life bringing about a seemingly effortless positive change in emotional patterns and habitual reactions leading to improved health.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy(CBT) is a type of psychotherapy or talk therapy used to treat patients with mental health and emotional issues. This therapy involves a specific number of counselling sessions to help patients become aware of negative thinking habits and mental blocks and develop strategies to effectively overcome them.
Teenager therapy is psychological therapy performed by a psychiatrist, psychologist, counselor, or therapist to treat teenagers with mental health issues and emotional difficulties. The therapy involves personal interaction with the teenager to explore behaviors, thoughts, and feelings that are disturbing them mentally and emotionally.
Performance anxiety is a common problem encountered by many. It can occur in many situations when you are expected to perform an activity, often in front of an audience. The fear of failure while performing a task can lead to anxiety. Performance anxiety can grow to levels preventing you from performing a task effectively.
Family Therapy Techniques
Family therapy is a type of psychotherapy or counseling that focuses on treatment for specific behavior patterns that negatively impact families. It can help everyone in the family including children and teenagers effectively manage psychological problems, build stronger relationships, improve communication,
Young Adult Psychotherapy
Young adult psychotherapy is a type of therapy provided by a mental health professional that focuses on a broad range of issues affecting young adults and helps them with problem-solving or teaching specific techniques to cope with or avoid problem areas.
Psychotherapy for Relationship Trauma
Relationship trauma is the response to disturbing or distressing behaviors that can occur in a toxic or unhealthy relationship. It can also occur from dealing with a complex personality for a very long time or from emotional neglect in a relationship.
Psychotherapy for Divorce
Psychotherapy for divorce is a type of therapy or counseling for married couples who need help dealing with the tough situations associated with a divorce. The therapy helps to work through conflicts related to child custody, child-rearing, financial challenges, legal issues
Rapid Resolution Therapy for Trauma
Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is a new form of treatment developed to help individuals overcome the lingering effects of unresolved trauma in much less time than usual therapies. The term “rapid” is an accurate description of RRT as this form of therapy is only intended to last a few sessions at most.
Eating disorders are a group of conditions marked by abnormal eating behaviors that can negatively impact your health, including social, psychological, and physical function.Eating disorders are commonly associated with an obsession with food, body weight or shape, or with apprehension about eating or the repercussions of eating certain foods.
Psychology is the study of the human mind and its effect on behavior.Psychology services are a set of protocols that evaluate, treat and resolve mental illness, abnormal behavior, emotional disturbance and psychosocial difficulties.
Nutrition is the process of consuming a healthy and balanced diet to provide your body the nutrients it needs for nourishment, growth, function and well-being. It also involves the study of nutrients in food, their source and their usefulness in your body.
Holistic Aging Programs
Holistic aging, also called healthy aging, is the process of maintaining superior functional ability and overall wellness of the body, mind, and spirit, and living your best quality of life as you age.Holistic aging programs are a set of measures or activities that help keep your body, mind.
Preventive Health Checks & Wellness Services
Preventive health checks and wellness services are medical services that focus on maximizing the overall physical and mental wellbeing of an individual as well as the prevention or early detection of disease to ensure positive treatment outcomes.