We guide you in navigating your emotions for a better quality of life with, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). This is a cutting-edge approach to dealing with difficult thoughts, feelings, emotions, memories, transcending stress and
The ultimate goal is helping clients to live more richer, fuller and meaningful lives. This approach has been used with thousands of individuals across the globe and is based on solid peer-reviewed research findings. ACT is effective not only with clinical disorders but also with everyday struggles and reducing human suffering.
Life will most certainly involves a myriad of twists and turns and, whether proactively approaching challenges or aggressively treating them, we at Tea House Therapy put clients at ease. We work to empower them to withstand any of life’s transitions and work in tandem with clients, using ACT to help them pursue courses of action based on their personality and fundamental values.
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Anxiety are a very common condition that can be triggered by trauma, social situations, or simply manifest itself as a feeling of general unease and stress.
Experiencing a certain degree of anxiety is natural. But living with a constant or near-constant state of anxiety you feel unable to control, is destabilising and rarely corrects itself.
Under stress your body releases a hormone called cortisol to reduce the stressful feeling. Over time cortisol can weaken your immune system. Which is why treating anxiety generally improves your overall health as well as mental wellbeing and improves the quality of your life.
Social Anxiety stems from an intense fear of being judged or found lacking in social situations. Individuals suffering from social phobia avoid everyday “normal” social interaction like sharing making eye contact or even sharing meal with friends. All aspects of your life, not just the social, could start to fall apart. They may turn down a work promotion that requires frequent travel, or public speaking because they are afraid of embarrassing themselves.
Social phobia leads to intense anxiety and can trigger physical symptoms such as elevated heartbeat, nausea and perspiration. If left untreated, there is an increased risk of developing major depressive disorder and alcohol use disorders. Fortunately, effective evidence-based treatments are available.
Depression is a very common condition that can be triggered by traumatic events or appear for no reason, often involving a combination of biological and and socio-emotional factors. It can create feelings like loneliness, fear, guilt and worthlessness which affects how people think, feel and act.
Sadly, many people struggle with the condition on their own, for months or even years, before getting professional help. If you suspect you may be experiencing depression do get in touch with myself or another healthcare professional. Depression can be effectively treated, but only you can take the first step.