Anxiety, fear, despair, panic can paralyze you and impair you from moving forward and living your life to your fullest potential. Our therapists are trained to help you identify coping skills and strategies that will help you take control of your life again. The techniques that we use include relaxation, meditation skills, healthy lifestyle changes, self-awareness, distress tolerance and identifying and changing negative thought patterns.
Anger is a normal human emotion used as a protective mechanism to cover up fear, hurt or sadness. Anger becomes the predominant feeling behaviorally, cognitively and physiologically when the person makes the choice to act to stop the threatening behavior of the outside force. However, often this feeling can get out of control resulting in negative behaviors and unwanted consequences. Our practice helps you recognize the negative behavior patterns, understand the consequences and replace the negative behaviors with positive ones, by utilizing new coping skills and strategies.
We all have ups and downs in our lives, but sometimes events or situations impact our feelings and moods to the point of causing depression. At Lotus Hope Counseling we can help you by teaching you new coping skills or helping you enhance the coping skills you already have, in order to improve your mood. The techniques used include changing self-sabotaging thought patterns, increase motivation and awareness of self-worth.
Grief is a natural response to loss. The more significant the loss, the more intense your grief will be. It happens when someone or something you love is taken away, and often the pain can feel overwhelming, impacting our daily functioning and emotions. At Lotus Hope counseling we provide support and teach you new coping skills that provide relief and stability.
Some events or experiences can leave long lasting negative effects, that impact our daily functioning and thought patterns. Our therapists are trained to help you identify those negative thought patterns and use a variety of techniques such as mindfulness and DBT to help you achieve a healthier lifestyle and self-acceptance
Addiction can be a consequence of mental health issues or can cause mental health concerns. Either way, any addiction has the potential to destroy the life of the person addicted and the relationships that person has with loved ones. Our staff understands addiction and what it does to the addictive person and to all those affected directly or indirectly. We provide loving and compassionate strategies to help all involved, person addicted and all his or her loved ones, in the process of recovery