Exclusive Services From Dr. Feeby Wooden, PhD, MRAS
(CA Licensed clinical psychologist, inspiration coach, Master Registered Addictions Specialist, Equine Assisted Psychotherapist, Horticulture Therapist, Master Practitioner of Hypnotherapy, Master Practitioner of Mental and Emotional Release, Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, and Educator of Failure to Launch)
Healing is a multimodal interactive process that is meant to negotiate the terms of your personalized internalized filters that powers the communication systems between your conscious and unconscious mind producing a set of behaviors and emotions that are designed to be in your best interest. With that being said, diversification of modalities has proven to be very effective on addressing emotional "baggage" and creating a space for release and emotional healing.
Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that uses hypnosis to help individuals address and overcome various issues or problems. It involves inducing a trance-like state in the person, which allows them to deeply relax, focus their attention, and access their subconscious mind. In this state, the hypnotherapist can guide the individual through therapy techniques and suggestions to help them make positive changes in their thoughts, attitudes, behaviors, or emotions. Hypnotherapy can be used for a wide range of issues, including stress management, anxiety, weight loss, smoking cessation, phobias, and trauma recovery. It is considered a complementary therapy and should be conducted by a qualified and licensed professional.
Mental and Emotional Release (MER)
Mental and emotional release is a therapeutic process that allows individuals to let go of unresolved emotional traumas, negative beliefs, and unhealthy behaviors. It involves accessing deep-seated emotions and memories and releasing them in order to promote healing, growth, and overall well-being. This process typically involves working with a trained therapist or practitioner who can guide individuals through various techniques, such as visualization, breathwork, somatic experiencing, and cognitive reframing. Mental and emotional release can be a powerful tool for processing and releasing past traumas, resolving inner conflicts, breaking free from negative thought patterns, and creating positive changes in one's life. By letting go of emotional baggage and releasing pent-up emotions, individuals can experience greater freedom, inner peace, and emotional well-being.
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a psychological approach that focuses on how language and communication patterns impact our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It explores the relationship between language, neurology (the nervous system), and programming (our learned behaviors and patterns). NLP techniques and strategies can be used to better understand and change the way we perceive and respond to the world around us.
NLP aims to identify and reprogram patterns of thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that are limiting or problematic. By doing so, individuals can enhance their communication skills, improve their self-awareness, and develop greater emotional intelligence. NLP techniques include visualization, anchoring (associating a specific sensory experience with a desired state), reframing (changing the meaning or interpretation of a situation), and modeling (studying and adopting successful strategies used by others).
NLP has been used in various fields, including therapy, coaching, business, education, and personal development. It is often used to help individuals overcome phobias, manage stress, improve performance, enhance relationships, and achieve personal goals.
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)
Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a therapeutic approach that involves interaction with horses to promote emotional growth, healing, and personal development. It combines traditional psychotherapy techniques with experiential activities utilizing horses as co-facilitators.
During EAP sessions, individuals may engage in activities such as grooming, leading, and socializing with horses, as well as observing and interacting with their behavior. These activities provide opportunities for clients to explore and process emotions, build self-awareness, develop healthy relationships, and practice skills such as communication, boundaries, and trust.
Horses are highly intuitive and sensitive animals, capable of mirroring and responding to human emotions and behaviors. They can help individuals gain insights into their patterns, beliefs, and ways of relating to others. The non-judgmental and honest nature of horses often allows clients to experience and address emotional and psychological challenges in a safe and supportive environment.
EAP can be beneficial for a wide range of mental health concerns, including trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, and relationship issues. It can be conducted both in individual and group settings and is typically facilitated by a trained therapist or counselor, along with an equine specialist.
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Failure To Launch Educational Series
Failure to launch" refers to a situation where a young adult, typically in their late teens or early twenties, struggles to transition into independent adulthood. It is characterized by difficulties in taking on adult responsibilities, such as finding and maintaining employment, managing finances, and establishing a stable living situation.
There can be various factors contributing to a failure to launch, including:
1. Lack of necessary life skills
2. Overprotective or enabling parenting styles can hinder the development of independence and self-sufficiency in young adults.
3. Fear of failure or success:
4. Mental health issues: Underlying mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), can contribute to difficulties in launching into adulthood. These conditions can impact motivation, executive functioning, and overall ability to handle adult responsibilities.
Addressing a failure to launch often involves a combination of therapy, counseling, and practical support. Therapeutic interventions can help address any underlying mental health issues and provide guidance in developing necessary skills and coping strategies. Practical support may involve helping the individual acquire life skills, setting goals, and providing guidance in areas such as career exploration and financial management.