Discover Your Untapped Calm and Confidence
MIND OVER CHATTER
"Learn to observe your thoughts and emotions without needing to act or distract yourself from them." _Annonymous
Your mental chatter matters
Racing, repetitive thoughts can quickly take a downward spiral without being aware of it. They can be worst case scenarios, worries about the future, with catastrophic outcomes.
When the voice takes over and becomes all consuming, it drains your energy and creates anxiety, and robs you of your peace and potential. Fortunately, there are proven ways to take control of your obsessive thoughts and find calm.
"People's minds are changed through observation and not through argument." _Will Rogers
Of the estimated 60,000 thoughts that we have each day. 85% of those thoughts are negative. 95% of the same thoughts return the next day.
control the thoughts
in our heads. We
can control the power and influence they have over our lives.
Nancy has worn many hats over the course of her lengthy career which is largely due to her insatiable desire to learn and pass that knowledge on to her clients at Kerne Counseling and Consulting.
Nancy acknowledges the benefits of talk therapy while being equally committed to empowering clients with the use of mental tools and positive coping strategies independent from their sessions with her.
Nancy utilizes her clinical skills, mindset conditioning techniques, EMDR therapy and mindfulness stress relief methods to assist clients in managing their overall stress, invasive thought patterns, and negative self-belief patterns.
Nancy's holistic approach to mental fitness is based on traditional therapy while incorporating mindfulness-based contemporary, alternative forms of therapy to assist clients in achieving mental wellness through a commitment to a lifestyle change.
Nancy was inspired by her personal transformation in using EMDR bilateral music stimulation, Qigong, breathwork, hypnotherapy-based meditations, yoga, and mindset thought conditioning.
If your anxiety is getting the best of you, reach out to a mental health professional. Teletherapy is now available even with FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Skype, and Facebook Messenger.
If you can only make a call, please do. Support is there for you. The best directory is Psychology Today to find well-trained therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists.