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Work can be meaningful and rewarding for some individuals, but it can become stressful and overwhelming for others. Untreated work stress can result in physical complications, burnout, and depression. It can also adversely impact your personal life.
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy
What is Virutal Reality Exposure Therapy? Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) is a computer-based treatment that is […]
The body has a way of responding to trauma, which refers to highly stressful events. If you’ve been affected by trauma that’s happened to you or someone else, you might have had flashbacks, nightmares, or other problems that affect your quality of life.
A substance use disorder is the problematic use of a substance that has a significant negative impact on a person’s functioning. If a person continues to use a substance despite harmful physical, psychological, or behavioral consequences, they may have a substance use disorder.
Within the past five years, about half of Americans have reported experienced increasing amounts of stress, which can affect virtually every aspect of your overall health.
About 40% of American adults experience occasional or frequent sleep problems. If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, the qualified specialists at Thriving Center of Psychology can help. Restore your sleep and get the rest you need by calling the offices or going online today to schedule an evaluation.
Sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep apnea, affect at least 40 million people in the United States. If you’re experiencing interrupted sleep regularly, a sleep disorder might be to blame.
A healthy level of self-confidence allows you to handle life’s setbacks and contributes to an overall positive outlook. However, low self-confidence can hold you back and even diminish the quality of your relationships. Thriving Center of Psychology can help you improve your self-confidence so that you can live your best life.
Many experts believe that conflict between couples is inevitable—even necessary—in a healthy relationship. All couples will experience relational stress at some point. Conflict may arise due to personal problems that carry over into your relationship or it may result from a misalignment of different values, expectations, and/or communication styles.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in individuals who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic event
A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder characterized by an uncontrollable, irrational, and lasting fear of a certain object or situation. When people have a phobia, they are likely to experience a deep sense of dread. This feeling can be so overwhelming that a person may go to great lengths to avoid the source of the fear.
When you have to perform under pressure, you want your mental health to be at its best. Athletes, business professionals, surgeons, and musicians need to focus, relax, and push their limits to achieve peak performance. The Thriving Center of Psychology offices offers high-quality peak performance training to help you perform at your best.
Overpowering anxiety and fear that causes heart pounding and breathing difficulties may signal a panic disorder. If panic attacks are part of your life, the Team at Thriving Center of Psychology can help you overcome your anxiety. Go to the website or call the offices to schedule your panic disorder assessment and get relief.
Online Video Teletherapy
When trying to book a mental health appointment, suppose you can’t leave the house or find a session that agrees with your schedule. In either case, you might try online video therapy. Thriving Center of Psychology offers TeleTherapy, an online video conferencing option that allows you to get the treatment you need from your office or home.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder that involves recurrent and intrusive thoughts (obsessions) that are typically associated with mental or physical behaviors (compulsions). Individuals with OCD may experience either obsessions, compulsions, or both at the same time.
Does the thought of making an important life decision leave you feeling incapacitated? If you’re struggling with weighty decisions or feel like you’re in a rut, you might benefit from life coaching at Thriving Center of Psychology. The qualified psychologists and therapists can help you set professional and personal goals and achieve them
Prejudice, discrimination, and hatred can make identifying as LGBTQ+ stressful. This LGBTQ+ community suffers depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems at disproportionately high rates.
Fear of Flying
If you feel severe anxiety at the thought of air travel, you might have a phobia or fear of flying. This fear can hit you when you’re on a plane or simply anticipating an upcoming trip.
Mental health problems like low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression are quite common, but no one should have to struggle alone. In group therapy, you can talk about your issues in a safe, supportive environment with others who are going through similar challenges.
It’s normal for all couples to go through some turbulence during their relationship. For some, however, stressors such as work, children, finances, and other issues can take their toll. Contact the caring professionals at Thriving Center of Psychology if you and your partner might benefit from couples therapy. Book a virtual or onsite appointment by calling the offices or visiting the website.
Depression afflicts more than 16 million adults in the U.S., and it’s the leading cause of disability for Americans aged 15 to 44. If excessive sadness interferes with your work and personal life, you can get help from one of the highly skilled therapists at Thriving Center of Psychology. Take the first step by scheduling your appointment online or calling the clinic directly.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) rests on the idea that our deeply ingrained – or sometimes unconscious – perceptions and beliefs about ourselves, others, and the world influences our thoughts (cognitions), feelings (emotions), and behaviors. A CBT therapist will help you evaluate and modify inaccurate or negative thoughts so that you can respond to challenging situations more effectively.
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
About 8 million adults in the United States have attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). If ADHD affects you regularly and impacts your daily activities, the mental health specialists at Thriving Center of Psychology can provide a wide range of treatments, including medicine-alternative solutions such as neurofeedback.
Sometimes we respond to work or relational stressors in unhealthy ways. With anger management, you can pinpoint those stressors and learn how to react more positively. If you think you might benefit from anger management, contact the mental health experts at the Thriving Center of Psychology. Set a virtual or in-person appointment on our appointment scheduler or call the office directly.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorder in America and can affect adults, adolescents, and children. Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive fear and anxiety, and behaviors related to these feelings, such as avoidance of situations that cause anxiety.