A military career is a life-changing experience with many unknowable factors that can cause trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, and worry. Returning to civilian life can prove to be a tough transition and trauma is a personal thing that can often feel less significant to others. Do you need help with problems sleeping, readjusting to civilian life, or a specific mental health problem? Do you constantly feel on edge? Close to panicking or exploding?
Depression is one of the most common mental health issues in the United States today. Each year, our team treats hundreds of clients suffering from depression. Depression impacts millions of people around the world and affects many facets of a person’s life. It also affects people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Are you struggling to communicate with your partner? Do you find that your romantic relationship no longer has the spark it once did? Help from a therapist may be just what you need. At MindShift Psychological services, we offer psychotherapy for couples in the Corona, Newport Beach, Los Angeles, and Riverside areas.
Do you feel overwhelmed with all your stress and responsibility? Do you struggle with anxiety, depression, or an eating disorder? Relief is possible. At Mindshift Psychological services, we provide caring, comfortable psychotherapy for individuals across Southern California.
For many people, anger can become a serious problem. When you have a hard time dealing with your anger, your relationships can suffer. Here at Mindshift Psychological Services, you can find personalized professional help with anger management counseling. As licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, we can help you overcome this obstacle and learn to cope with feelings of frustration, shame, regret, fear, pain, anxiety, and anger in a healthy, productive way.
Therapy can help you overcome the issues you face and give you the courage to move forward in your life, but if you have a busy schedule, you might struggle to find an appointment that works for you. At MindShift Psychological services, we want to make accessing professional mental health services easier with our Teletherapy services available wherever an internet connection is available.
Family therapy is a type of psychological counseling that helps family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. Family therapy is often short-term; often including all family members or just those able or willing to participate.
Group Therapy is a type of confidential counseling in which a group of people meets to discuss shared concerns and problems with a therapist leading the session. Group members listen to feedback from others in the group to reflect on their shared challenges.
Many people who undergo traumatic experiences are unaware that their experiences qualify as trauma or that they could benefit from trauma therapy services. Loosely defined, trauma is any incident that triggers a strong emotional or psychological reaction in someone.
Child Psychology is a key part of developmental psychology, focusing on the psychological processes of children from birth to adolescence. This includes how they develop physically, mentally, socially, and emotionally.
Therapy geared toward teenagers concentrates on the problems teens experience on a daily basis. Most of life’s experiences as a child allow them to pass through adolescence unscathed, often leading to a healthy and happy life. While other experiences teenagers have disrupted their well-being, causing irritability and behavioral changes, school issues, and mental health concerns.
Aside from the everyday issues facing the population as a whole (anxiety, stress, depression, and so on). Being LGBTQ+, unfortunately, more times than not comes with a set of unique issues and challenges.
Eating Disorders are serious illnesses in which people experience severe disturbances in their eating behaviors, related thoughts, social situations, self-image, and emotions, becoming an unhealthy preoccupation. A dangerous preoccupation with food and body weight.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a common type of talk psychotherapy that’s used to treat a wide range of issues. CBT takes a practical, task-based approach to solving problems, as the name suggests, CBT focuses on teaching a person to change their thoughts (cognition) and behaviors by becoming aware of inaccurate or negative thinking so they can view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a more effective way.