We all experience ups and downs in mood every now and then. When depression, anxiety, anger, or our ability to relate and function persists for long periods they become cause for concern. One of the most effective tools for improving one’s mood is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), including mindfulness approaches.
When using CBT we’ll focus on restructuring thought patterns, and taking actions for increased satisfaction and enjoyment in life. We’ll focus more on our present thoughts and actions rather than the past.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) focuses on the core principle that when we accept that which we can’t control – other people’s behaviour, for instance – and commit to action that improves our lives, we maximize our potential for a full and meaningful existence. When we clarify values and goals and apply the following core principals to our lives, our health flourishes
I would encourage you to contact me to arrange for a free 20-minute consultation in person, by telephone, or secure video. At that time you may share any concerns or ask any questions that you might have.