Clinical supervision is an essential part of professional development for mental health and substance abuse professionals. It provides a safe and confidential space for clinicians to explore their practice and receive feedback and guidance from experienced supervisors.
Brainspotting Therapy is primarily focused on discovering and alleviating trauma, and can help many different types of issues, especially since trauma’s effects are so far-reaching. This includes: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, chronic pain, attachment issues. “Where you look impacts how you feel”. Brainspotting locates points in your visual field that help to access unprocessed trauma in the subcortical brain.
You are not alone. There is scientific evidence that shows being outside and getting fresh air can help relieve stress; in return this can help you to think more clearly.
Why not combine physical exercise with mental health? Some people enjoy the experience of movement while talking or feel more comfortable talking side-by-side, rather than sitting face-to-face in an office. Walk and Talk therapy may be a great option for people who exhibit a lot of excess energy during sessions or for those who feel uneasy with maintaining direct eye contact and sitting still. Some therapists have noted that physical movement encourages psychological movement, and can even accelerate client breakthroughs.”(L. Diethelm, 2020)
Walk-and-talk is a form of psychotherapy or consultation while walking outdoors in public places. I offer walk-and-talk sessions as an optional treatment modality. Walking sessions typically take place in North, South, South West Charlotte. The location and date is discussed with the client and not advertised for confidentiality purposes.
If you’re interested, we’ll decide beforehand if it’s clinically appropriate for your situation. Walk-and-talk sessions can be used intermittently or regularly, and may be discontinued at any time.
Articles on the value of Walk and Talk Therapy
Creative art can help express hidden emotions, and reduce stress, fear and anxiety. We are now offering therapeutic art groups co-facilitated by a Licensed Mental Health Therapist and Therapeutic Art Coach, Asante Cureton.
We provide 1:1 and group environments for art coaching, both in person and virtually.
For in-person Participation:
Express interest in the group through requesting a consultation. Pay your deposit for your supplies and meet at the Hornets Nest Park, Freedom Park or Clanton Park (This will depend on the date selected).
For Virtual Participation:
After registration is completed, you will receive a “Art Kit” that will have all supplies needed for the therapeutic group. Registration is crucial in order for you or your child to receive the supplies on time. Sign up today
Who Can Benefit?
This group is designed for youth ages 6+ who may have difficulty expressing themselves, difficulty focusing, challenges with communicating and who are looking for creative therapeutic outlet.
Art skills are not necessary in order to participate. Asante will guide you through the process. Parents are welcome to participate.