Have you experienced a loss in your life? You're trying to process it and move on, but it's not happening. You feel like you'll never heal, or be stable again.The pain is real, and you're hurting. You need someone to talk with, someone to listen and understand what you're going through. I can help, because I've walked that path with the loss of my husband and my mother. Grief has no time table.
"Grief never ends...But it changes. Grief isn't a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith...It is the price of love."
Do you have feelings of persistent sadness and a loss of interest in daily activities? Do you feel like life isn't worth living? Are you experiencing sleep disturbances and appetite changes? You might have depression. Depression is treatable. Sometime it requires medication from your family Doctor, counseling, or both to help you feel better and get on with your life.
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning how to dance in the rain." --Author unknown
Do you worry excessively? Does your mind spin out of control? Are you afraid to go places and do things? You might have Anxiety. Anxiety affects 18% of the adult population. Anxiety is highly treatable.You can find hope and healing.
"Change your thoughts and you change your world."
Help children cope with changes in their life by allowing them to process their experiences with a professional caring adult. Changes might result from death, divorce, pet loss, foster care, adoption, or any other transition. Children don't grieve like adults. Children are often forgotten in grief, when other family members are grieving themselves.
Do you want to have positive and secure relationships in your life? Remember you can't change anyone but yourself. If you want your relationships to be different, you need to focus on changing and improving yourself first.
"Today is the first day of the rest of your life."
EMDR is a type of therapy used for anxiety, depression, PTSD, and trauma. Research has proven it to be very effective. EMDR helps connect the rational and emotional sides of the brain to reprocess traumatic information, in a way where the memories are no longer upsetting, disturbing, or negatively influencing your current life.