Therapeutic Treatment of Anxiety & Depression
We all go through difficult periods in our lives, but some are more serious than others. If you find yourself suffering from extreme sadness, withdrawing from normal social activities, and lacking the energy you used to have, you may be experiencing depression. Depression is a serious problem that often requires clients to seek therapy and treatment for relief.
At the Center for Integrative Psychology, we offer cutting-edge, non-drug treatments for depression and anxiety. These problems often go hand in hand and can disrupt the lives and relationships of anyone who experiences them. Our therapies are designed to combat both conditions by teaching clients to restructure their thinking and support their brain. We use a powerful combination of Neurotherapy and psychotherapy to improve the lives and mindsets of our clients. We have seen some amazing results.
Don’t let recurring negative thoughts, guilt, or hopelessness overrun your life. Seek help from the Center for Integrative Psychology today and get started on a treatment plan that puts you on the path to feeling like yourself again.
How Does Neurotherapy Treat Depression and Anxiety?
Symptoms of depression and anxiety include excessive worry that keeps you up at night, saying negative things to or about yourself, lack of motivation, brain fog, and mentally struggling to get out of bed in the mornings. We teach clients how to achieve more accurate thinking to overcome the mental blocks that anxiety and depression can cause. With our specialized combination of neuromodulation and psychotherapy, individuals with depression learn to recognize and combat dysfunctional thought patterns, leading to a sense of relief and a better quality of life.
We also guide individuals on how to avoid stressors that can exacerbate their condition, such as limited sleep, poor diet, and lack of exercise. Individualized recommendations are prescribed to each client, and the nature of the techniques we teach can improve self-accountability, which is foundational to continued recovery.
Contact us today to start your mental wellness journey and see visible improvements in your mental state and daily life.
Information About Anxiety & Depression
According to the American Psychological Association (APA), anxiety is usually characterized by worried thoughts, feeling tense, and subsequent physical changes such as elevated blood pressure, sweating, and trembling. Anxiety is a long-term experience and can often require therapy for proper treatment and relief.
Our Neurotherapy and Psychotherapy treatments are designed to provide cutting-edge therapeutic solutions to anxiety disorders.
Don't let anxiety rule your life, contact us to take control.
The APA defines depression as long-term sadness or despair which can interfere with daily activities and cause a lack of energy, sleep-pattern disruptions, pain, and other physical symptoms. Thankfully, depression is treatable.
Take action on the factors that contribute to your depression by contacting the Center for Integrative Psychology today.
Neurofeedback or Neurotherapy are therapies designed to improve brain function and thought flexibility by developing new psychosocial skills and encouraging better mental performance through brain exercise.
Learn more about neuromodulation and Neurotherapy here.