Why We Are Hard-Wired To Worry, and What We Can Do To Calm Down A new season brings both hopes and anxieties. We want things to be better for ourselves and the people we love, but worry that they won’t be, and imagine some of
If “how would I know?” is your answer, you’re probably closer to the answer than you do know. But what if that missing piece really isn’t missing at all? What if you just need help seeing what is already there?
Maybe AMR Therapy can help identify what it is you might be too close to see.
When life’s circumstances; a move, a job change, a relationship break-up, or even deeper, long-term circumstances like grief and loss, anxiety or depression, and with those, the possibility of co-related post-traumatic stress, cause you to miss the answer(s) which could be right in front of you, the gentle help of a licensed professional may move you to that place of understanding.
So, back to that “missing piece”. Think of something that you’ve always wanted to “do with your life”. Really think about it for a moment. What’s stopping you? Do you have that nagging thought that says, “When I just get THIS circumstance under control” or, “If I could only stop doing THAT thing that’s derailing me”? Therapy with a caring, qualified professional can act as a key, opening those sealed-off places where your freedom to act on your desire for a better future hide.
Begin by contacting us. A brief message to firstname.lastname@example.org serve as your beginning to the life you wanted, but just haven’t gotten to yet.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Ann RussoThursday, November 08, 2018
Understanding Gender Fluidity Our understanding of “reality” is formed by consensus models, agreements, and traditions, but many such models contain internal contradictions or irreconcilable, opposing variables. Such a model is also seen in human sexuality, as it is still common for people to understand sexual
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Yes, CBT Can Help Reduce Anxiety in 10 Therapy Sessions Anxiety is a common emotion that everyone experiences at some point in their lives. Over the last year, anxiety had increased by 20 percent, impacting millions of Americans. It can be caused by many things
It’s Gay Pride Season: Time to Reflect on Identity and Health June is Pride month, though we see actual celebrations of the queer community from Spring through Autumn. The community comes together to reflect on the impact queer people have had in society and to
When My Life Came Apart, I Struggled to Find Therapy At 14 years old, I hated who and what I was. With barely one foot in adolescence, I had already marched through miles of hell. In San Diego, my hometown, I had been beaten, sexually abused