Psychotherapy is about helping people to reconnect with the highest best version of themselves. It’s about healing injuries and rebuilding trust. It’s about crafting healthier relationships and living more fully in the present.
I will teach you proven, evidenced- based techniques and give you skills to live a healthier and more inspired life. The true goals of therapy are to help you become healthier, stronger, and more empowered to live the life you were meant to live.
If you’re feeling stuck, one hidden emotional trigger could be messing you up.
Here are some signs you or your loved one might be feeling stuck: being defensive, self-blame or blaming others, self- loathing, toxic shame, feelings of inadequacy, perfectionism, being overly apologetic and compliant, and procrastinating. We’ve all had moments where we’ve felt “stuck”. Being stuck feels like a stagnation that is beyond our control. It causes us to feel hopeless about a situation in life and powerless to change it.
Feeling stuck causes you to feel confused and uninspired. It is no surprise to feeling stuck often means there is some underlying anxiety, sadness, trauma, depression and substance or food abuse. Feeling stuck can look and feel like: self- doubt, confusion, fear of making mistakes, procrastination, feeling powerless, ambivalence, discomfort in your body, no longer feeling excited or curious, self-neglect and unrealistic self-imposed expectations about how things “should be”.
If you are feeling “stuck” and unclear of what you need in order to feel better, schedule a free consultation with Dr. Mo today.
Psychotherapy enables clients to recognize positive and negative feelings and behaviors. It also uncovers triggers or situations that can make you feel good, or nervous or depressed. Good therapy allows you to cope with these feelings and situations in more effective way, ultimately toward driving you toward your best life.
Therapy helps with a diverse set of issues, including depression, low self-esteem, changing behaviors relating to substances or food misuse, anger management, stress management, marital issues, couples and family quarrels, trauma, lack of self-love and anxiety.