Chronic Pain Wellbeing Counseling in Frederick, MD
If you are struggling with depression and anxiety issues that pain brings and you are unable to shake the feeling there is more to life than managing pain, you are right!
Having chronic pain means having emotional pain, including depression. Working to relieve pain sometimes takes more than one approach. Understanding how to move beyond the grip of pain-related issues is possible and important for pain and emotional recovery, and a fuller life.
If chronic pain is emotionally left untreated, the ability to mange distress becomes overwhelming for many. Seeking professional treatment and counseling to relieve depressive symptoms is essential to overcoming pain causing low self esteem and grief.
Other side effects of chronic pain and trauma include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, anger management issues, chemical dependency, family conflicts, couples conflicts, sexual dysfunction. Obsessive-compulsive disorders, agoraphobia, sleep disturbance, suicidal Ideation, and post-traumatic stress disorders. If you are feeling suicidal call 911 or go to your nearest hospital. Crisis hotline.
Trauma and chronic physical and emotional pain can make it difficult to heal and reconnect with each other in our lives sometimes. Infidelity, substance use, or other behaviors cause disconnections in our relationships as well. Are you wondering what to do to make things work? Do you want to know how to manage regaining intimacy while deeply hurt and confused, or in chronic pain? I understand this can be difficult, but it is truly possible. To feel better emotionally is the goal to your confidence and increasing self esteem. I can help you find your way to emotionally connect, heal, and grow. If you are in or around the Frederick, MD area and wish to seek help, please call me today at 443-398-1700.