I invite you to experience 'MOORE'
Through therapy honoring the Christian faith.  Using the latest developments in Cognitive Therapy, EMDR, Neurofeedmack, DBT, and Neuro-Linguistics to assist you in addressing limiting beliefs and troublesome behaviors that keep you from living the life you want.  

Beliefs are commands to the nervous system telling the body and physiology how to feel and respond.  Most of our operating beliefs function unconsciously. This means that they function totally out of our conscious awareness and thus run on "automatic."  They control our thoughts, feelings and behaviors - our very mind-body system.  It is no wonder that many of us have unhelpful, irrational, and even untrue beliefs that lead to a variety of mental health symptoms that affect the spirit, mind, will, emotions and the body.  

On the upside, emotional discomfort can create a motivation for change.

Treatment begins with identifying the patterns of feelings, thoughts and behaviors that are not serving you.  Stop!  Take a moment to think about how limiting beliefs are negatively affecting you both in your personal life and in your relationships.  In addition, these limiting beliefs may very well be contributing to physical problems. We know that limiting beliefs affect our immune system negatively.

Are you now feeling, thinking about or talking to yourself about  a need for change?  Would you like to "renew your mind?"
If so, continue reading....

Experiencing Moore, PC is a group of culturally sensitive therapist offering services to a diverse population of people regardless of race, ethnicity, cultural background, language proficiency, literacy, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion, or socioeconomic status.   

Emotional discomfort can result from  but is not limited to: 

  • reactions to trauma, including war
  • addictions and substance abuse
  • life controlling problems
  • domestic abuse
  • divorce 
  • parenting issues
  • school related concerns
  • impact of chronic pain and diagnoses of physical illnesses
  • relationship conflict
  • grief and loss
  • disordered eating
  • spiritual conflict and a sense of brokenness 
  • depression
  • anxiety or panic attacks

If you would like help with any of these situations, turn the page.

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