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Relationships Shape our Mental Health

If we have learned anything from COVID, it is that we need to have contact with people.

The LORD God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone...

(Genisis 2:18)".

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Many of our beliefs about ourselves, relationships with others and God come from the family. Unfortunately, not all of those beliefs fit who we are. Therapy can help you examine beliefs and find healthier ones. This can help you to have the meaningful realtisonships that support good mental health.

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For many people depression, anxiety, addiction and shame keep us from participating in our society. Finding support via support groups or a church family can help us recover from a change in life, grief, or addiction. Therapy can help you find the path back to the world, back to the light.

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Some of our mental heath issues are spiritual in nature. A relationship with God can be the solution you have been seeking. Previous experiences can make us question who God is and if God even exists. Some of us have been raised in a religion and let down by it or worse shamed by the experience. Exploring how to have a meaningful relationship with God is for many all they need. Together we can help you let go of doubts and find a sustaining relationship with God and “Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand... (Philippians, 4:7)”.

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