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Experience the Healing Power of Therapy at Pacific Mind Health

Sometimes, it feels like the weight of the world is on our shoulders. Lingering trauma, unhealthy relationships, and unchecked patterns of behavior can significantly impact our well-being and overall health. It’s easy to let busy schedules and responsibilities keep us from taking the time we need to heal and grow.

Taking the time to talk to a therapist about your thoughts and feelings can have a profound effect on how your brain processes challenging experiences. At Pacific Mind Health, we believe therapy has the power to transform lives.

Our team of therapists and psychiatrists are here to guide you on your mental health journey and lead you to a brighter future. We offer personalized treatment plans tailored to your unique needs to provide compassionate and effective care.

Therapy can create a powerful and positive shift in both your mind and your body. Take the first step towards a healthier mind and a brighter future. Schedule a consultation today. Call us at (310) 425-3881 or complete our online consultation form.

The healing power of therapy

Discover the Path to Mental Wellness with Pacific Mind Health

Therapy is most effective when it is tailored around the unique needs of each individual. Our therapists use a wide range of therapy modalities to support you on your mental health journey. These include:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): One of the most common forms of therapy, CBT helps patients to identify and break free from harmful thought patterns and behaviors.

Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprogramming (EMDR): Eye movements and guided instructions are used to help patients reprocess trauma and reframe their thoughts around past events.

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EMDR is used to help patients recover from trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD,) and panic disorders. Eye movements during therapy can help patients reprocess memories and disturbing feelings. Considered highly effective, EMDR helps patients reframe their thoughts around past events.
(DBT): Originally used to address self-destructive behavior, DBT introduces mindfulness and interpersonal skills to manage conditions like depression, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse.

Exposure Therapy: Used to treat PTSD and panic disorder, exposure therapy gradually exposes patients to the situations and activities that case fear.
Couples Therapy: A therapist may meet with couples together and individually in an effort to strengthen relationships and improve communication. Emotionally-Focused Therapy may also be used to address mental health challenges within the partnership.

Grief Counseling: While grief is normal after the loss of a loved one, persistent grief is not. A therapist can guide patients through the grieving process with a focus on healing and closure.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): This approach uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies to encourage patients to accept their deeper feelings and commit to making changes in their behavior.

Psychodynamic Therapy: Based on the work of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, patients explore how childhood experiences are connected to our mindset and behaviors today.
Client-Centered Therapy (CCT): Also known as client-centered therapy, therapists using this approach will follow the lead of clients in determining what issues to explore and how to address them.

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Start your Journey to Renewal and Empowerment with Us

Pacific Mind Health’s team of therapists and providers is here to help you unlock the life-changing benefits of therapy. Begin your path to healing and self-discovery and schedule a consultation today. Call us at (310) 425-3881 or complete our online consultation form.