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More information: Biofeedback Training
Two forms of biofeedback treatment conducted at The Agape Center include Heart Rate Variability (“HRV”) Biofeedback Training and Temperature Biofeedback Training. HRV can be a powerful indicator of the health of the autonomic nervous system, positive and negative emotional states, and self-regulatory control. Both HRV and Temperature Biofeedback Training techniques can be used to treat various forms of anxiety, panic attacks, headaches, chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome. Precise instruments measure physiological activity such as heart function, breathing rates, muscle activity, and skin temperature. Heart Rate Variability Training can also be used for athletes interested in improving peak performance through the augmentation of the respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA), a noninvasive measure of cardiac vagal tone.
Why Do You Need Counseling for ADHD?
Counseling helps kids with ADHD do better in school and at home. For example, they learn how to:
Some kids need counseling to help ease difficult emotions caused by ADHD. For example, kids might lose confidence or feel like they're disappointing others. Some kids become depression, anxious, angry, or frustrated.
Drug and alcohol addiction impacts the quality of life of those experiencing it. Relationships, employment and health are just a few areas that substance use can affect. In treating addiction, counselors are trained and equipped to handle the behavioral dynamics associated with substance use as well as individual contributors to relapse. In assessing personal needs individually, relapse prevention and long-term sobriety is more attainable. The Agape Center programs are personalized.
Outpatient and IOP Counseling Programs for Addiction
A Christian healthy marriage makes everything easier, but a struggling marriage makes everything more complicated. Marriage isn’t the end all-be all to have a happy life, but a good marriage helps life to be less stressful.
With all the unavoidable pressures of kids, finances, career goals, pursuing a healthy lifestyle, household responsibilities, and busy schedules, God desires your marriage to be a solid, secure, and supportive safe place to land with your soul-mate at the end of the day.
Outpatient Christian Counseling Programs for couples and addiction
Many adults and young adults suffer from a variety of issues stemming from the continuous changes in family structure, cultural demands, work dynamics, and the increasing stressors of a rapidly changing and unpredictable world. These issues contribute to an array of problems associated with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, PTSD, interpersonal and business relationships, executive functioning, and body image, as well as family and social difficulties. The Pastoral Counselors and mental health professionals at The Agape Center utilize an array of modalities to treat and support a wide variety of concerns.
Outpatient and IOP Counseling Programs for Trauma and Addiction
Even when faith is strong, Christians encounter difficulties and challenges. Sometimes these obstacles can test your core beliefs and make you doubt your day-to-day choices. The Agape Center provides quality Christian Counseling, helping you to re-evaluate your anxieties, frustrations and disappointments from a deeper spiritual perspective. Christian-based counseling combines effective counseling methods with Christian values.
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A holistic approach acknowledges that if a person has one imbalance in their life it can negatively impact their entire overall health. Treatment involves supporting the root cause of the condition and not just alleviating the symptoms. This balanced approach to health considers how the individual interacts with his or her environment, rather than a conventional approach that focuses on specific parts of the body. Lifestyle choices are used to take charge of one’s own health and gain proper balance in life.
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Throughout Scripture we see the Holy Spirit’s active presence. Jesus declared that he had to leave so that the Helper could come; therefore, it should be of the upmost importance in our counseling and pastoral ministry to approach and deal well with the Holy Spirit. Outpatient and Christian Counseling for addiction
In John 14:15-26, Jesus brings clarity to the presence of the Holy Spirit and how he will direct us. In verse 16 Jesus introduces the role of the Holy Spirit as our Helper. You could say the Spirit is the big ‘C’ Counselor. He provides assistance, support, relief, advocacy, and guidance.
God invites His people to pray to Him. According to the Bible, the power of prayer is quite simply the power of God, for it is God who hears and answers prayer. The power of prayer should not be underestimated. Luke 1:37 tells us that God can do all things and that nothing is impossible for Him. Although Scripture gives us instructions on how to pray, the “results” of prayer are not ultimately effected by the person who prays. Rather, the power of prayer comes from God who encourages us to pray. 1 John 5: 14-15 tells us:
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