There are a variety of resources that can help you work through physical and emotional pain. You don’t have to shoulder the burden alone. Below are a few of our recommended community resources, self-discovery sites, and applications. Please reach out for any additional information or to learn more about our services.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Suicide is real, and should not be taken lightly. If you are feeling suicidal, even if you don’t have a plan you can still use the line. The Lifeline is available 24/7 and provides free and confidential support for people in distress. It also provides prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives. Here you can look for signs of mental illness, learn more about conditions, and find the best treatments.
EMDR International Association
Find out more about what EMDR is, how it is different than other therapies, who can benefit, and what one may experience.
“Mindfulness is an awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally […] in the service of self-understanding and wisdom.”
– Jon Kabat-Zinn
Below are sites related to finding more insight into yourself
The Enneagram is an ancient personality type system with an uncanny accuracy in describing how human beings are wired, both positively and negatively. Learning about your archetype will not only teach you more about yourself, but you will also start to see the world through other people’s eyes, understanding how and why people think, feel, and act the way they do. Below is a quiz to get you started:
From our earliest years, we develop an attachment style that follows us through life, replaying in our daily emotional landscape, our relationships, and how we feel about ourselves. In the quiz below, find your attachment style (Secure, Avoidant, Anxious/Ambivalent, Disorganized) and learn how we bring in our attachment styles into our relationships.
Lasting relationships, like anything worthwhile, takes time and good intentions. When we are not on the same page, keeping love alive can feel intimidating – or even impossible. In the book The 5 Love Languages®, Dr. Gary Chapman presents a simple truth: relationships grow better when we understand each other. We all give and receive love differently. When we can understand how our loved one loves us, we can be confidently equipped to communicate love well. This is true for all forms of relationship – for married or dating couples, for children and teenagers, for friends and coworkers, for long-distance relationships, for those brand-new loves and for the romances that are older than the hills.
Additional Resources & More Information
More information on the Torus Energy Field and living in the heart.
Sounds of the Forest
Interactive website that offers a Soundmap into forests all around the world. Discover sounds from South America, Eastern Asia, and even right in the Tri-Cities of St Charles.