Knowing you need help is one thing... Actually getting it, is another.
Getting help can cost hundreds of dollars a month which many cannot afford. No one should have to decide between physiological needs or getting help for their mental health.
Depending on where you live, it might not be that easy to get to the resources available. The one benefit of technology is how it is helping connect you to help from the comfort of your own home.
Don't Know where to start
Sometimes all we know is life is hard, but cant pinpoint the exact reason. This makes knowing what steps to take challenging. The BASICS give you a baseline of where you're at so you know exactly what you need.
The BASICS workshop is affordable and accessible from anywhere in the world, and gives you a roadmap to stability and peace.
You are not broken, you are a good person having a hard time
What you walk away with
A base line of where you are at
First you need to figure out where you are currently, and where the cracks might be. If you have a broken foundation, you are building on top of instability.
A Stable Foundation
After getting a baseline of where your currently at, its time to restructure the faulty systems and create a stable foundation for your mental health to build up from
The next steps
Now walking with stability, you can take your first steps. Its time to dig up the toxic thoughts that are causing anxiety, depression, stress and more in your life!
BONUS! Detox your Toxic Thoughts!! 21 day Christian Mind Management
Using Dr. Caroline Leafs Neurocycle, but bringing Jesus into it! We can build up our brain health, resilience and strength. Dr. Caroline Leaf developed a five-stop process called Neurocycle to help us get there. “The five steps teach you how to grow a healthy thought,” she says.
When you sign up for THE BASICS you will get the Christian Guide to the Neurocycle for FREE!
Danielle Elizabeth is a Christian Mental Health Coach helping women find healing, freedom and peace through her coaching programs. As a student of Dr. Daniel Amen and Tyndale University, she is also continuously learning how to bring groundbreaking ways to help you improve your mental health