Combining Physical Activity with Psychology
As a mental health counselor and competitive athlete, I combine psychotherapy and physical movements to help people deal with their issues and feel empowered.
Research has shown how this crucial connection can be the key to resolving emotional issues, anxiety and other self esteem concerns. People who suffer emotionally and physically commonly feel weak, lost and low. Helping one feel empowered is the important goal and this happens through careful understanding, warmth and strength.
Movement and Active Psychology is using the natural feel good state-of-mind of exercise or movements as a means to apply regular physiological interventions.