We wake up with our minds racing and our hearts pounding. Anxiety sets in before we even open our eyes. How do we cope during these unprecedented times?
We are all feeling a bit weary and I have a special treat for you today. I’m inviting you to be a part of a conversation between myself and licensed professional counselor Michelle Nietert. Michelle is a speaker, author, counselor and the Founder and Clinical Director of Community Counseling Associates in Allen, Texas.
Most importantly, she is a wife and mom. Listen in as we discuss the rising numbers of depression and anxiety and when to seek professional help. Michelle gives us permission to grieve and provides effective coping strategies including ways to find your joy this holiday season. We touch on mindfulness and setting intentions. Michelle Nietert is an eating disorder specialist, so if you have found yourself emotional eating and/or emotional drinking, then this episode is definitely for you.
I know you will be encouraged by our conversation. We are all struggling mentally and emotionally and there is help! You are not alone. Please, read that again, you are not alone!
After listening to this podcast, if you decide that you need that extra help. You can find Michelle and her team of counselors at www.communitycounselingassociates.com and you can find me right here at www.inspirehealthyharmony.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspirehealthyharmony/message
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