Well-Being

It is accepted that people who have fewer negative emotions can bounce back from difficulties faster. This quality is called resilience. Learning healthy ways to cope and how to draw from your existing inner resources can help you build this resilience.

How you feel can affect your ability to carry out everyday activities, your relationships, and your overall mental health. How you react to your experiences and feelings will probably change over time. At Riverminds we provide wellness counselling to support and help you successfully handle life’s stresses and adapt to change and difficult times using resilience, stress reduction, quality sleep, social connections and mindfulness techniques.

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Resilience

People who are emotionally well, experts say, have fewer negative emotions and are able to bounce back from difficulties faster. This quality is called resilience. Learning healthy ways to cope and how to draw from resources in your community can help you build resilience.

Lifting low self-esteem

Rating yourself as good or bad, a success or failure, worthy or worthless based on your achievements or circumstances is extremely common.  CBT therapy will encourage you to stop giving yourself an overall rating altogether and learn a new alternative to self-esteem the concept of acceptance. By learning acceptance, you will be more ready to amend and resolve problems because you are no longer absorbed in condemning yourself for your errors

Stress Reduction

Everyone feels stressed from time to time. Stress can give you a rush of energy when it’s needed most. But if the stress lasts a long time—a condition known as chronic stress—those “high-alert” changes become harmful rather than helpful. Learning healthy ways to cope with stress can also boost your resilience.

Mindfulness

The concept of mindfulness is simple. This ancient practice is about being completely aware of what’s happening in the present—of all that’s going on inside and all that’s happening around you. It means not living your life on “autopilot.” Becoming a more mindful person requires commitment and practice. Here are some tips to help you get started.

Poor self-image

People with poor relationships with their bodies and faces tend to think about their looks in particular and unhealthy ways. People who are pale and pasty will perpetuate the problem and engage in negative thoughts and appearance. Our combination of mindfulness therapy and CBT will offer them the mechanism to alter their attitude for a healthier body image.