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"New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings."-Lao Tzu
Growing up, we might have heard messages from our parents that make us feel like we are not good enough; or treated by people in such a way that makes us feel worthless and powerless. Or, our parents might be very loving and they let us do whatever we like, but we feel like we don't know who we are ourselves.
Because of these early relationships, we numb ourselves (addiction); we block people out (anger); we feel lonely and sad (depression); we feel guilty and stuck (loss and grief); we seek perfectionism (anxiety); we do not know our personal boundaries and worth, so we try to please people in the hope that they'll like us (dysfunctional relationships).
Ting-Yi Huang, LMFT 87929
Anxiety & Depression
Loss and Grief
I utilize several evidence-based therapeutic approaches:
Motivational-Interviewing Techniques to assist you to identify the pros and cons of your current coping strategies.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to assist you to gain an understanding on how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interrelated.
Insight-Oriented Therapy to assist you to generate a more balanced evaluation of your current life situation.
Mindfulness Skills to assist you to better manage anxiety and depression.
Self-Compassion to assist you to develop healthier and meaningful relationships with other people and, most importantly, yourself.
A safe and non-judgmental place where you can be you! Please call for free consultation or appointment!
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