Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a fancy way of saying that one’s behaviors, emotions, and thoughts are all interconnected, and that we can make lasting changes to our perceptions of life by identifying and altering our thoughts and behaviors. During sessions we talk about your thought processes and how they may affect your current emotional state. Through a set of exercises, such as exposure and response prevention and cognitive restructuring, you will learn how to challenge your thoughts and behaviors to function more effectively and happily.
Mindfulness Based Therapy
Mindfulness Based Therapy teaches you to be truly present to each passing moment, allowing your awareness to accept all internal experiences without judgment. Some exercises include breathing techniques, relaxation training, and meditation. This form of therapy helps one integrate his/her mind and body in an effort to achieve a state of equanimity.
Yoga is about creating balance in the body by connecting one’s breath to movements that build strength and flexibility. Practicing yoga provides space for one to let go of the ego and develop a mindset of acceptance. By honoring your body and mind in this way, you are able to connect, heal, and change. Each person’s experience is unique and constantly evolving, and yoga provides you with a safe harbor to reconnect with your true nature and find stillness.
If you live internationally or out of the state of Kentucky, you may be a good fit for coaching services. Coaching may address specific personal projects, life balance, job performance and satisfaction, or general conditions in the client’s life, business, or profession. Coaching utilizes personal strategic planning, values clarification, brainstorming, motivational counseling, and other counseling techniques.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a mental health condition that affects people of all ages, races, genders, and beliefs. It occurs when a person becomes looped into a cycle of obsessions and compulsions that are time consuming and cause significant distress or impairment in functioning. Treatment includes Cognitive Therapy, Mindfulness, and Exposure and Response Prevention.