In over twelve years of experience, we have worked with a myriad of conditions. The most common issues that we see are anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating, women’s issues, , stress, self-esteem, LGBT issues, and relationship problems. Typically, we use a mix of cognitive behavioral, solution-focused, and mindfulness based cognitive therapy techniques with clients. We believe that your brain is a muscle, and with enough work you can train your brain. When you work on changing your thoughts and cognitions, your behavior can change. Therapy is typically provided in office, but can be done online as well (if you are located in the state of Georgia).
There are many reasons why someone would seek life coaching. It could be a significant life change, high levels of stress or anxiety, lack of fulfillment, inability to break unwanted habits – or simply for help in creating a happier, more meaningful life. Life Coaching is about finding the root cause of each symptom, understanding it, and then helping you change it to make room for new success and fulfillment.
Talking to a Life Coach will help you gain perspective on your life and your mind. They will not be the friend who will commiserate with your self-induced suffering. They will not endlessly explore your past or allow you to retell your painful life stories as if they are still the cause of your discomfort. It is a shift away from a model of psychological illness, and toward the humanistic ideal of wellness and growth. Life Coaching can be provided in office, but can be done online as well (no limitations on location).
Looking for an interesting and engaging speaker to present to your group or community? We have you covered! We can speak to a variety of topics including, but certainly not limited to: mental health, leadership, sport psychology, self care, tips for dealing with anxiety, mindset, and intentional living. Don’t see the topic that you were hoping for? No problem! We are happy to dig into new material with you!
Anna Kennedy is a Certified Professional Counselors Supervisor, CPCS which means that with the right clinical fit, she provides individual or group supervision to those who are working towards licensure.