Maybe you feel down, annoyed, or anxious. Perhaps you avoid, give in, or act out. Maybe it’s hard to connect to others or to yourself. Those experiences are deeply rooted in how the big people around you acted when you were small. The patterns can be powerfully updated through therapy. In therapy, you can be known, accompanied, and valued. The relationship is protected and safe. It makes room for you and challenges you to connect to and make room for another. Therapy alleviates aloneness, lessens emotional pain, and connects you to your authentic self- that is, what the hell you really think, feel, and care about.
Comprehensive evaluations assess for learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), dementia, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Asperger's/Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other behavioral health conditions. Evaluations are often used to inform treatment recommendations, presurgical risk, forensic/legal claims, or fitness-for-duty.
The most effective tool we have as mental health professionals is the "person of the therapist." Our individual supervision and group training experiences bring the "person of the therapist" greater authenticity, meaning, and purpose in their personal and professional lives. The experience we offer to therapists helps them serve as guides in their patients' growth-journeys.
StoryQuest offers a range of experiential workshops designed to resolve old pain and trauma and help you access your most flexible, joyful, and loving self! Participants discover how their relationship history strongly influences their day-to-day ways of perceiving the world, experiencing emotion, and relating to others. Participants leave our workshops with a greater ability to relate to self and others with genuine empathy, authenticity, and capacity to hold onto their most resilient self in even the most challenging situations.
For more information about upcoming StoryQuest workshops, visit www.storyquestworkshop.com or call us! 904-516-8594
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