Come to the calm of a well functioning brain.
I have seen many people come in and out of my office. I often wonder what is going on with their underlying trauma. Some of what I see is the feeling of being vulnerable. What if I am not good enough to get this help? What will others think of me getting this help? Am I weak because I am getting help?
I would like to look at these feelings. People who know that they could use help, have a hard time doing it. Oh, I think that if I hang in there this will get better. Then the slide into the dark stuff starts happening again. Please know that to shine a light of understanding into these places is good. And that it takes others (at times) to help you get out of that self-destructive loop.
Research has found that OCD can come from having been in a critical environment growing up. That loop is stuck in the brain, The brain says I need a break, this is the lower limbic system.
Depression and Anxiety are strongly related to lack of self-compassion and can mean that there is a lack of compassion for others. We just don't want to be vulnerable.
Come in and try LENS, during these stressful times, we really can teach ourselves to be calm. It is gentle and noninvasive. And better than that alcohol. Alcohol sales have gone up 240 percent.
Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.