Integrity is the key to living an authentic and happy life. At Clear Mirror Guidance Center, we work with people who presents with frustration, sadness, dis-ease and despair on all realms of life including work, family, school and other significant relationships. Here are some common grounds that we stand as we go through the process of recovery and soul-retrieval.
While each person’s suffering is unique, there are some common challenges that impair and paralyze the person from moving forward. These include: Fear and Anxiety of School and Work Interactions, Stress, Panic Attacks, Decline in Level of Functioning such as Short Term Memory losses and feeling concerned, Performance Issues, Relationship Problems, suffering from feeling Guilty, Shameful or Unauthentic…not able to enjoy life….not able to appreciate what you have…disturbed by the things that you have no clues as to why you are upset…Can identify what you are upset about but not knowing what to do about it…Feeling Stuck…Lack of family support or Betrayal of friends and family….Lack of Motivations and Depressed feelings surrounding certain events or situations as well as “the Blues” that you cannot seem to shake off…Anger Problem that arise with certain people or situations as well as an intermittent fits of Rage that occur that seem to be out of your control…Substance Abuse and Dependence as a way of coping stress….and etc.
A person that engages in psychotherapy is then becomes someone in treatment in/outside of therapy room. If the therapy is to be effective at all that level of commitment is required to make the most of the treatment. Depends on the modality of your choice the durations of treatment and frequency in which you will see the therapist may vary. The recommendation and general guideline is to meet with the therapist at least 1x/week on a regular basis during the initial assessment phase to build a working alliance with the therapist. Most people find once a week meeting extremely helpful for an ongoing support and to keep the momentum going with your set goal, preventing a slip-up to the old way of thinking and behaving that you may want to re-examine.
Uplifted mood, Enhanced Coping Skills and Life Strategies, Better Perspective on Life, Gained Spontaneity with Elements of Fun and Creativity, Restored Faith in the Process, Greater Confidence in Self and Others, Clear Vision and Commitment to pursue one’s happiness…and the list goes on.