Strength-Based Therapy is the approach that allows Mel to guide clients to focus on internal strengths to deal with stressors. She looks forward to working with clients to help them become less attached to a negative point of view, and capitalize on their strengths.
“I just feel…stuck”, “I don’t think we can make it out of this”, “I feel like I can’t get out of my own head”, “It’s ruining all of my relationships”. If you are feeling alone right now and struggling with anxiety and/or depression, then counselling can help you manage your behavioral health. Let’s focus on your strengths, and identify the internal dialogue that isn’t serving to keep you mentally healthy. I have immediate openings and will respond to your call or email within 24 hours. I provide a Strength-Based approach that allows me to guide you to focus on internal strengths and deal with stressors. I look forward to working with you to become less attached to a negative point of view and capitalize on your strengths.
Anxiety, like water, takes many forms. It might raise its head as a crushing panic attack. It might manifest as the sickening flashbacks of post-traumatic stress disorder. Underneath the anxiety is fear, and underneath the fear lies unexpressed feelings…
Visit Mel Brezovsky in Ashburn, VA, or get online therapy to guide you to focus on internal strengths to deal with anxiety. Her approach is Strength-Based Therapy and she looks forward to working with clients to help them become less attached to a negative point of view.
Experiencing positive emotions like pleasure and enjoyment is a motivating factor in wanting to get better after depression has a firm grip on you. Once you understand that you don’t have to let negative thoughts take control, you can achieve important goals. When depression seems overwhelming, identifying healthy coping mechanisms can help.
Mel Brezovsky in Ashburn, VA, and online therapy has a range of other resources relevant to depression, which you may find helpful. Disrupting rumination with Mindfulness involves trying to reduce the negative emotional responses associated with depression. Learn more about what coping mechanisms work best for you with Mel Brezovsky!
Contact me today for more information at (703) 622-9559.