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Jan 22, 2020
0 commentsCategory: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
As more and more Americans search for mental health help for themselves or their loved ones, they are often confronted by the idea of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) which is a common type of talk therapy. Many therapists are recommending it to patients as a way of treating a wide range of issues. Structurally talking through these issues can help people identify and cope with the changes in their life and hopefully address those emotional challenges so they can move on.
Jan 15, 2020
0 commentsCategory: Couples Counseling
There's not a relationship in existence that isn't plagued with its share of adversities. Just like Mars and Venus are two different planets; men and women speak two different languages. But it's not impossible to learn what the other is saying, or how to speak in a manner they'll understand. Just as it is with learning any new language, all it takes is the right tools. With 10 years of specialized experience in family and couples counseling, Jodi Mitchell has the tools you need to turn your relationship into the one you, not only long for; but deserve.
Jan 08, 2020
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We have all been there. One second you are going about your day and then BAM, you are paralyzed by a crippling panic attack that is waging war inside your chest. You can't breathe. You can't think. You can't fight it. What is the "it" you may ask? It is anxiety. It is the weight of an elephant sitting on your chest. It is the dark rain cloud hovering over your head on a beautiful, sunny day. Anxiety is the unwelcome friend that is constantly bringing up your past problems or future worries and plays them repeatedly in your head; or, as my favorite author calls it, "The Feedback Loop From Hell".