At times, life can be quite overwhelming and may be even more challenging for middle-aged women transitioning between adulthood and elderly life. As you go through midlife, you might consider emotional discomfort as the part of the symptoms of menopause. This kind of perception might lead you to simply normalize and overlook pain which could actually be related to depression or anxiety. Emotional discomfort is not something you should overlook and ignore. If symptoms keep you from managing your ordinary routine, they need to be checked out and dealt with. Your discomfort might be something that needs special care and attention.
Emotional health is crucial in preventing or delaying age-related decline especially during midlife. Fortunately, we live in time where many wonderful tools are available for emotional difficulties in addition to psychotherapy. Now you can easily have your brain assessed through very simple and affordable tool. With the data collected from a brain assessment combined with the intake assessment, the direction of your unique and individualized treatment is designed. A healthy mind is the key to optimize your brain. With an optimized brain, you will be able to gain a more empowered mind to help you maximize your life.
While assisting you in understanding what is happening in your brain and how its unique pattern is expressed, I also help you develop techniques to reverse negative thought processes that result in undesirable emotions. My passion to provide this specialized treatment is based on scientific findings but also on the fundamentals of therapy and counseling. And together, I hope to provide the answers you have been looking for.
If you are ready to find out how brain training and treatment can improve your life, please contact me at: email@example.com or by calling: (909)938-4716. For further information about my treatment, please visit: www.healingandrelief.com.
Clearly, life is full of ups and downs. Lots of surprises, lots of curve balls. Sometimes, a long series of curve balls. We often overlook, however, that each of us responds to life events differently. We think differently, feel differently, and react differently to people, events, and circumstances occurring and existing around us. Accordingly, we suffer differently. In a safe, non-judgmental, empathic environment, I can help you explore how you may be participating in creating your own suffering through negative thought and behavior patterns, and find more effective ways to meet the challenges of life, so that you can lessen your suffering and improve the quality of your life.
I have an extensive experience helping many different people struggling with many different forms of suffering, from depression and anxiety to bi-polar disorder, trauma, substance abuse, and schizophrenia. However, my foremost expertise lies in helping you find your own unique strength and resourcefulness in ending your own suffering. I offer individual, couple, family, and group therapy.
You can reach me at 310-266-3517, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My goal is to help you get from getting by to getting well, to help you create a positive changes so you can move from mere coping to full on thriving. You may have a concern related to your emotional well-being. Or you may have concerns about your goals and career path. Or you may have a struggle in one of your relationships. Or you may just want to see what therapy and counseling is all about.
From wherever you are, counseling can prove to be a significant, life changing growth experience. The process starts out with a a conversation. Like any conversation, we will spend time getting to know each other. Over time we’ll delve deeper into certain topics at a pace comfortable for you.
I obtained my psychotherapy training at the University of Southern California (MMFT). I have also received my Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University. I am conversational in Korean. Supervisor: Dr. Debi Kim
Peggy Lee received her M.S. in Counseling from California State University Fullerton. Ms. Lee has over 5 years of experiences working with victims of domestic violence. She has also worked in the university wellness center as a college counselor.
Ms. Lee has been working in the school district for over 6 years with children and adolescents dealing with a variety of issues including oppositional behavior, self-esteem, ADHD, child abuse and trauma, family conflict, parenting, anger issues, anxiety, and depression. Ms. Lee is also trained with neurofeedback treatment which is a quick and non-invasive treatment for ADHD, impulsivity, depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders.
Ms. Lee was born in Taiwan and grew up in South America and moved to the US as a young adult. Ms. Lee has worked extensively with immigrants who are struggling with issues of adjustment and bicultural integration and she has specialty in providing culturally sensitive services for immigrants from Asian and Latin countries.
Ms. Lee speaks fluent English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese, and Spanish.
Contact Peggy Lee by calling at: (626) 497-6333. You can view her website at: www.counselingwithpeggylee.blogspot.com
Dr. Debi Kim is the founder and director of the Cypress Clinic. As a licensed Marriage Family Therapist with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, and a BCIA certified neurotherapist, she has pioneered a unique process to help clients to live the lives they want by combining the traditional therapeutic approach with advanced qEEG BrainMapping. Having over 20 years of experience in the psychotherapy and BrainMapping, her greatest joy comes from seeing the positive changes that people achieve through therapy.
She also provides seminars and workshops on brain and mental health issues such as Attention Deficit, Depression and Anxiety, Trauma, and Addiction Treatment. Her encouragement is strongly based on how our brain can be utilized to maximize its potential to live a healthier, meaningful life. Her passion is to help individuals and families to optimize their brain and empower their mind.
She has been married for 35 years and have 2 adult children. As a Christian therapist, she has participated in World Medical Mission to support trauma victims and offered workshops to public as well as therapists
If you would like to work with Dr. Kim or schedule for consultation, please contact her at (909)468-0900 for Walnut office, (213) 508-0787 for LA office, or click Contact.