I have built a reputation for resolving Anxiety, Stress, Panic Attacks and Depression issues once and for all, never to return again.
What Is Mental Health?
Mental Health affects how we act, think and feel. It affects our psychological, emotional and social well-being. It also plays a part in determining how we deal with stress, make choices and relate to others.
There are a vast array of conditions that sit under the title of Mental Health, most commonly, but not restricted to:
Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Eating Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Drug & Alcohol Issues, Addictions, Personality Disorders.
Although each issue is different there are commonalities in the broadest sense, they are somewhat rooted in stress, anxiety or concern. By that, I mean, a person with PTSD has a concern, a worry or is stressed by a certain event and the subsequent recall or flashback of that event. Similarly, a person develops an addiction as a means of coping with an issue or event that creates stress or anxiety, which the addiction shuts out. However, the addiction, inadvertently, creates other issues with associated stresses, concerns and anxiety. Because of this, I have only elaborated on Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Depression, as their synergies relate to the majority of mental health issues.
Approximately 90% of clients come to me seeking treatment for Mental Health issues; with a high percentage coming as a last resort, having been told that their issue can only, at best, be managed. Which, in my experience, isn't true, such issues can be, and are, disposed of, once and for all.