Many suffer silently, not knowing where to turn to for help. Thoughts of defeat, unworthiness, and helplessness surround us. We get stuck in the same, destructive patterns that overwhelm and sometimes paralyze us.
We often try to escape the pain by turning to addictions and distractions such as social media, TV, alcohol, and games. Yet the deep pit and nagging feeling of unfulfillment remain. Our relationships can suffer, and isolation may become the norm.
Sadness, hopelessness, irritability. Struggling to feel motivated and get out of bed each day. Constant worrying, restlessness, fatigue. Living in fear or panic.
If any of these sound like your day-to-day, you're not alone. Depression and anxiety can occur independently or together, affecting our emotional, physical, and mental health.
You may struggle to feel heard in your relationship. You might always feel misunderstood and misinterpreted. Relationships can be challenging and often painful. Many couples struggle with this, often leaving one or both partners feeling alone and misunderstood.
Have you had an overwhelming experience that left you scarred, fearful, or helpless? Do you often feel like you are running on auto-pilot? You may be experiencing the effects of trauma.
Sex addiction, like all other addictions, threatens our control. Compulsion is a core behavior of it. Unfortunately, sex addiction has not been given the attention that other addictions have until recently. If you believe you or someone you know is struggling with sex addiction, there is hope.
Welcome Life is not simple. We all struggle throughout our lives. To help you heal, our team has advanced training in:
- Trauma Recovery
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- Family Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Chemical Addiction
- Sex Addiction
- Love Addiction
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