An important aspect of the Integrative Mental Health Approach is to understand and process how past traumas have influenced your belief systems which can cause problems in your follow through, self-care, relationships, job satisfaction and spirituality. Traumas like deaths, divorces, illnesses, breakups, bullying, job loss, financial stress as well as sexual, verbal and physical abuse all contribute to how you view life. These experiences can cause negative/limited beliefs trapping you in patterns that continually repeat themselves making you feel anxious, not good enough and sometimes hopeless.
The Integrative Virtual Mental Health (IVMH) Approach looks at habits such as sleep, hydration, movement and nutrition which influence brain health and helps you to regulate your moods and focus your mind. Research shows when these habits improve, it reduces anxiety and depression symptoms. Our sessions are done virtually through a computer or cellphone making your experience convenient and more affordable. We accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Anthem, and United Health Care for Georgia residents.