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Psychotherapy to address the difficulties you are facing in your life, including: life transitions, losses, search for meaning, fears and anxiety, unresolved past trauma, limiting beliefs.
You don’t have to go it alone. Get the support and guidance to finally make the change you need for a more fulfilling life.
“The life journey many times involves navigating difficult times. There is much to learn and grow from personally during the process. Therapy is a great way to look at these challenges and get the help of a skilled guide, your therapist.”
Calming anxiety is possible! Identify the underlying cause of the anxiety you are experiencing, then learn highly effective ways to calm it. Then go further to discover how to live a life more inline with your true self.
Depression and Grief
Life circumstances and events can lead to a feeling of being stuck. The good news is that specialized therapy can help you move through it and guide you in deciding how best to reorient your life in a meaningful way.
Meaning-centered concerns and spiritual struggles are quite common. Exploring these concerns in a supportive and safe environment often helps.
Loreen O’Brien, LMHC, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Taken together, I have over 20 years of experience as a private practice psychotherapist, spiritual counselor, and public school teacher. I center my therapy approach around helping others to identify and work with those areas of change that will best bring about a more meaningful life for them.
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Specialized approaches used…
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)
A.R.T. (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) is an evidence–based approach that helps to quickly resolve the emotional aspect of traumatic events.
This is accomplished by re-processing the visual memory of the troubling event while engaging in eye movements (following the therapist’s hand). Emotions that arise are comfortably processed out using techniques inherent in A.R.T. It is not even necessary to speak about the event! By the end of the session, most people feel a shift in how they think and feel about the problem they worked on. People report feeling “light, relief, and relaxed” at the end of the A.R.T session. While we can’t erase past experiences, A.R.T. does help bring about a sense of resolve about the issue, resulting in no longer feeling triggered about the event.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is the most common approach used by therapists. It involves understanding the unhelpful thinking patterns that trigger feelings of anxiety and depression, then learning strategies to work with and minimize these distressing thoughts.
Based on the research and experience of Viktor Frankl, Meaning-Centered Therapy focuses on helping you find and connect with those things that will help you live a more meaningful or purposeful life.
If you are interested, learn and master effective mind-body-soul approaches to wellness. Loreen has been trained in several approaches that she will teach you, so you can use them on your own, including: EFT Tapping, Pranayama Breathing Techniques, Guided Meditation including a style called Yoga Nidra.
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2604 Cypress Ridge Blvd., Suite #102, Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
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