There is hope for depression and anxiety
If you find depression or anxiety to be a part of your everyday life, we want you to know there is so much hope for you and your body. To help your body through anxiety or depression we need to address all aspects of your body: the physical, the mental, and the emotional. All three parts of you play an important role in your body’s overall wellbeing and health.
At Hope Clinic, we will work together to find what aspect of your body needs extra support.
Identifying the support your body needs most
First we’ll want to see what is hindering the physical aspects of your body. What areas of your body might be experiencing inflammation? What are your body’s energy levels like?
If we can get a person’s physical energy up, sometimes this person’s emotional energy will simultaneously get the support it needs, too. But if this doesn’t happen, then we can turn to homeopathy or psychotherapy techniques to help the emotional energy get back in balance.
When a person is struggling with depression or anxiety, most of the time there are life-environment factors negatively affecting the person’s emotional energy. Depending on the needs of your specific body, EMDR, NLP, DBT and other techniques can be extremely helpful psychotherapy options. Sometimes Dr. Brad will refer patients out to exercise classes offering specific techniques to help support your emotional energy. If depression or anxiety have been clinging to your life for awhile, many patients find that homeopathy helps them emerge from longterm depression or anxiety.
Another vital aspect to every human’s emotional health is a good, supportive network. Even if you have a supportive family and a great group of friends, sometimes you may still need support from someone outside your immediate network. Attending a support group or spending one-on-one time with a therapist can be extremely helpful resources for getting a bit of extra support and perspective in your life.
Hope Clinic can help you find the support you need
Regardless of how long you’ve been dealing with anxiety or depression, there is hope. Whether it’s physical, mental, or emotional support, we will work with you to identify the kind of support you need most.