THE HELP COUCH IS NOW SERVING OAKLAND COUNTY
The Help Couch mental health practice is now accepting new clients at its convenient Northwestern Hwy location.
SOUTHFIELD, Michigan, May 12, 2016 (The Help Couch) –
Are you ready to make a change? A change to a happier more productive you? A change to stronger relationships and a better outlook? The change you want and need? When we are free of depression, anxiety, excessive stress, worry, and other psychological problems, we are more able to live our lives to the fullest.
The Help Couch, founded by Andrea Anderson PhD, has opened a new location to bring its direct yet compassionate approach to helping you achieve your best self.
“Your mental health affects the way you live your life” said Dr. Anderson “If you are not feeling your best there are professionals, like us, here to help you get to the place you want to be.”
Anxiety and stress can contribute to a multitude of physical problems ranging from the common cold to cancer. Psychological problems also increase the likelihood that people will make poor behavioral choices which can contribute to medical problems.
“As a society we have realized that our physical and mental health are inseparable. The benefits of having both states evaluated on a regular basis can have positive effects on one’s life.”
Positive mental health results in fulfilling relationships with other people and the ability to adapt to change and to cope with challenges. Mental health is essential to personal well-being.
When we come down with a cold, most of us don't hesitate to pop a pill or visit the doctor. But if we can't seem to shake our endless worries or that nagging sense of hopelessness, we plug along as though nothing is wrong. Roughly one in four adults suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder, yet less than half receive treatment.
Prioritizing your mental health can mean you'll not only live longer but better. Just as we have effective treatments for physical illnesses, there are therapies, medications and lifestyle interventions that can ease mental suffering, especially if you get help at the earliest signs of a problem.
For more information on how to book an appointment with Dr. Anderson, visit The Help Couch online at www.helpcouch.com or call them at (248) 509-4575
Most insurance accepted.
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Nathaniel McClure The Help Couch (248)509-4575 firstname.lastname@example.org