Your well-being is our priority! More than being symptom-free, wellness is a process and a positive state of being, where actions and emotions come together to help you thrive.
How does counseling work?
Mental health counseling, also called psychotherapy or simply therapy, is a process of growth and discovery. At Thrivemind, we emphasize the therapeutic relationship in a collaborative approach, while applying evidence-based models as well as experiential ones to focus on your wellness goals. Whether you are dealing with stress and anxiety or recovering from trauma, we are here to offer support, treatment, and consultations through a diverse range of methods in safe and confidential sessions.
Here are some of our mental health treatment specializations:
Depression and mood disorders
Complex Trauma and PTSD
Military trauma and lifestyle issues
We also proudly support individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, with co-occurring behavior health needs through diagnostic mental health assessments, therapy, and consultations.
Call today to request a FREE 15 minute consultation appointment to see how we can help.
There are dozens of definitions of “mindfulness” in both academic and lay literature. Though it may be a difficult term to define precisely, mindfulness can be understood as a state of awareness of the present moment and of your physical, mental, and emotional states.
How can mindfulness help?
Research shows that incorporating mindfulness-based practices into your daily life can help with many of the problems that affect our society today, like stress, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, over-eating, PTSD, insomnia and sleep quality, anger, and even work/school productivity. Though meditation is a very effective mindfulness practice, there are many other ways.
Interested in mindfulness but not sure where to start? Call today for an appointment and let’s discuss together your needs, goals, and a plan that works for you. Call 910-939-0836
Solutions and programs to improve team morale, productivity, communication, and to address turn-over.
Mindfulness programs for schools
Mindfulness-based programs to improve student attention span, focus, and behavior as well as self-care programs for teachers and staff. Everyone wins!