Tag: Anxiety


Men’s Mental Health

Men’s Mental Health Issues  In our macho world, boys learn to control their feelings, to never cry, and that anger and violence is a problem-solving method.  As a result, boys and men pay a huge toll for maintaining an image of manhood that keeps them isolated from women, children and other men.   -Stop the […]

Counseling on Men’s Issues

Gender Role Expectation as a Source of Men’s Health and Mental Health Disparaties Men are more likely to die than women for all 15 leading causes of death; the average life expectancy for a male, at birth, is 74.6 years, while for women it’s 79.6 years. This is because, Men do not seek out medical or mental […]

Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal and Psychological Abuse

Therapeutic Issues in Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*   Intimate partner (domestic) abuse is a pattern of physical, emotional, verbal (psychological), and sexual mistreatment to gain and maintain differential power and control within an intimate relationship.  Verbal and emotional abuse in relationship are part of a range of coercive behaviors […]

LGBT Couples Therapy with Psychological Abuse

Working with Gay and Lesbian Couples with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*.   Intimate partner abuse exempts no race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexual orientation or social status. On a daily basis, issues of dominance, power, and control in relationships are rooted in the oppressive systems to which we are all conditioned. Heterosexual hegemony normalizes […]

Brainspotting: A New Model for Healing

BRAINSPOTTING is: -A Highly effective, Brain-Based therapy. -A Proceedure that engages the whole Mind-Body interrelationship. -A tool that allows for trauma work using the body’s natural internal support system known as resourcing. -A Process that supports deep healing and new understanding and growth.   What is  Brainspotting?: Resource BRAINSPOTTING utilizes the body’s capacity to engage […]

How to really change negative self-talk and negative thinking

How to really change negative self-talk and negative thinking. Moshe Rozdzial, PhD All of us are on a journey of self awareness. However, this journey towards identity and individuality is marked by early negative events, stored as verbal (mind) or non-verbal (body) memories. These memories, coded as negative beliefs about the self, conditioned the mind […]

Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) It’s that time of year.  The days are getting shorter and many people experience symptoms of depression known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). The fact that the incidence of SAD increases at higher latitudes implicates the availability of light and light exposure as the major factors in inducing SAD.  Humans […]

5 Keys to Beat Overwhelm, Stress, and Anxiety, Fears, and Trauma Flashbacks

5 Keys to Beat Overwhelm, Stress, and Anxiety, Fears, and Trauma Flashbacks Our mind and body are constantly on alert to self-protect, scanning the environment for potential hurts.  This is the essence of worry: projecting, preparing, and rehearsing a future danger that’s rooted in past painful experience, witnessing, or perceived victimization. Overwhelm happens when we are […]

Debting and Compulsive Spending

[list type=”3″] Do you or a loved one have a debting habit? Do you or a loved one spend money compulsively or shop impulsively? Are you in constant anxiety of living on a financial edge? Do you feel like you don’t understand money? Are money conflicts destroying your relationship? Millions of people have become trapped […]

Anxiety, Stress, Panic Attacks, and Trauma Therapy

Anxiety, Stress, Panic Attacks, and Trauma Therapy in Denver. Are you experiencing racing thoughts or persistent dread? Do you want freedom from overwhelm and anxiety? Are you constantly worried that something bad is going to happen? Do fears keep you from engaging socially, sexually, or in other activities? Does your anxiety lead you to think […]