Everyone goes through periods of feeling sad and depressed. Sometimes these feelings of depression lead you to experience alterations in your sleep patterns, changes in your appetite, or even a loss of interest in activities or hobbies that used to make you happy. Often we are able to shake these unwanted feelings relatively quickly. However, when feelings of depression linger, professional help through individual counseling can be hugely beneficial. Our Crossroads therapists are passionate about giving you the tools and support to help you break free of whatever negative cycles you may be struggling with. In individual counseling targeting depression, we help you regain control over your own happiness. Read More →
Many people experience the debilitating affects of anxiety. Anxiety can make you irrationally feel a sense of impending doom or a constant nervousness that something bad is going to happen for no apparent reason. It may make you feel jittery, panicked, and unable to control the fear that is gripping you. You may even find yourself avoiding situations that trigger anxiety.
When anxiety interferes with everyday activities and impairs your ability to function normally, there is a strong indication that professional help could be greatly beneficial for you. At Crossroads, we work with you to create constructive tools to make your anxiety more manageable. We believe that with some support and guidance, you can regain control of your emotions and your life. Our priority in individual counseling is to give you the tools that you need to empower yourself once again. Read More →
Fully processing a trauma can be a long and confusing process. When a trauma occurs, you body’s natural reaction is to create a protective response as a “warning signal” for the future. However, this “warning signal” may lead you to experience higher levels of anxiety, stress and feel easily “triggered” by seemingly insignificant events. These feelings can significantly disrupt your everyday life, despite your efforts to move past them.
Your body’s response to trauma is complicated and difficult to navigate alone. That’s why we specifically offer trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) counseling to help you understand your past and move forward in a positive direction. One of the many tools we utilize in this counseling is EMDR, a clinically proven method that helps you resolve traumatic past events. With patience and openness, our Crossroad therapists work to help relieve you of the burden of the past trauma. Read More →
Grievers need a safe place to process the pain of their loss. A grief counselor will guide you through the stages of grief that were identified by Dr. Elizabeth Kubler Ross. Since her groundbreaking work on the stages of grief her protege, David Kessler, has identified the 6th stage of grief: finding meaning. Grief counseling at Crossroads seeks to support grievers with what can be overwhelming emotions to ultimately find meaning in the loss. This doesn’t mean that the griever forgets or “moves on” but that they allow the pain to move them into deeper healing and purpose. Read More →
Individual counseling isn’t only for those struggling with a significant obstacle like anger, depression, anxiety or PTSD. Many people simply find themselves searching for more out of their lives, yet lack the tools and resources to take that next step. You may want to grow in your relationships, spirituality or simply receive some guidance on seemingly everyday issues that you find disrupting or unsettling. You may feel stuck and need the help of an expert life coach to help you find solutions that work. Wherever you are in your life journey we can help with individual counseling that is specially tailored to your experiences, needs, and aspirations. Crossroads thrives on helping you connect with what you truly desire in life, and constructing a plan to help you achieve it. Read More →
Anger is a natural human emotion that everyone feels. Many people become easily agitated and struggle to control quick, highly emotional reactions. However, a continued lack of control of your anger can negatively affect work and home relationships, leaving you feeling ashamed or frustrated with yourself.
Oftentimes anger is a blanket for deeper, unsatisfied emotions. These deeper emotions can feel intimidating to admit and unveil, which is why many of us default to anger. In individual counseling, we work with you collaboratively to find the root of the emotion to identify what is triggering your anger. Your Crossroads therapist can then help pin-point concrete tools to help you express yourself in a more calm and constructive manner, giving you back control over yourself. Anger management counseling is provided through individual counseling and can also be a part of group counseling through The Connected Man process group. Read More →
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We understand that seeking individual counseling can seem intimidating, which is why we offer a complementary 20-minute phone consultation. If you are ready to take the next step towards feeling better and creating positive and lasting change for you and your relationships please do not hesitate to call us at 623-680-3486 or email us at email@example.com.
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