I hope your enjoy your visit to my counseling Rockford page.
I am glad you asked that question. I provide a number of services which are very complementary to Julie's psychotherapy, including Heartmath biofeedback training and personal coaching in brain fitness. Didn't know your brain could be worked out like your bicep? More on that below.
If you are looking for anger management services for court ordered participants, then I am your guy.
I am a licensed one on one Heartmath provider, which is an extraordinary biofeedback stress management tool that I have used with my court ordered folks since 2001.
Heartmath training is not offered by anyone else in the counseling Rockford or State Line area that I am aware of.
The easily learnable Heartmath process allows us to access our hearts intelligence (you knew your heart had its own nervous system, right, and that your heart had neurons in it, enough neurons that it could learn and make decisions?)which is an affiliative and cooperative intelligence on a heart beat by heart beat basis.
In other words, I have the option to manage a very important physiological process, the time between my heartbeats, so I can change my stress to relaxation heart beat by heart beat if I want. Please see the Heartmath link in the right column.
I can provide you telephone or in person coaching services with a specialty in brain fitness and stress management.
I know change is possible, change from very difficult circumstances. I have seen many people do it, and I have done it.
Ever heard of neuroplasticity and neurogenesis? You can get more of both if you want to.
I like to tell my anger management folks that we have somewhere between 1/45th to 1/18th second to manage our physiology, which is roughly 2 to 4 times as fast as we can blink our eyes.
Sometimes those decisions can change the course of our lives. For example, I may date a person for years, without saying the words "I love you", and when I decide to say those words, the course of my life changes, so the change happens before I even speak.
I can work with you up to and through those moments as you become more sure of how to manage your life.
When I was beginning my personal growth journey, a wise person told me that when I was feeling resentful or afraid or sad, that I should remember the phrase "gratitude is the attitude" when I was ready to feel better. That phrase has helped me feel better tens of thousands of times.
Would you share what you are most grateful for? Your story could be just what another person is searching for to renew themselves? Thanks.
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May 24, 17 08:46 AM
Mindfulness psychotherapy to me is somewhat like looking at the Necker Cube...learn why.
May 24, 17 08:44 AM
Mindfulness Anxiety and Your Heartmath?
May 10, 17 07:07 AM
More from my favorite brain blogger, Debbie Hampton, who writes today about the benefits of paying attention, because we get so much more information today, than we did even in 1986. If I am not takin…