Your emotional health is just as important as your physical health. During periods of strife and conflict, negative feelings can leave individuals unhappy, unwell and exhausted. Psychotherapy is a form of treatment for your feelings. It involves talking to a professional who is trained to understand how emotions and thought patterns affect an individual’s overall health.
Every family experiences periods of strain and sometimes family members grow apart. Such problems get magnified when a mental illness or substance abuse gets injected into the dynamic. Family therapy involves working with a professional who is trained to understand these situations, to create healthy boundaries and connections between family members.
Childhood is a time of exploring, playing and learning. It sets the stage for adolescence and adulthood. During this time, a child’s brain, and specifically, the prefrontal cortex, is not fully formed. Consequently, it leaves children unable to plan, control their impulses and emotions. Extreme stress simply exacerbates them. Child therapy helps in the face of such turbulence.
Relationships don’t flow like fairy tales. Many couples discover emotional challenges unravelling after they have been close for a while. This is when life starts throwing curveballs. Marriage counselling can help.
If you’re reading this blog post, chances are you and your significant other have hit a snag in the relationship. Maybe you’re spending less time with each other and you’ve grown apart. Or maybe you do little else than argue these days. All relationships go through their ups and downs. No matter the good intentions […]