Wellness For The Mind
Free Yourself from Sabotaging Thoughts
Did you know that all humans suffer from the hamster wheel of negative, self-sabotaging thoughts? In fact, about 95% of our day can be consumed by our auto-pilot mind spinning stories that make us suffer. "Everyone is out to get me, I'm always messing up, I'm not good enough, I'll never find a job, it's the teacher's fault, etc." These thoughts become our narratives that we actually believe to be fact. The Wellness For The Mind coaching program will teach you how to become aware of these damaging stories, and you will learn valuable tools to help you create more accurate narratives about yourself AND others.
Heather C. Gill, PhD
Licensed Professional Counselor
Dr. Gill's "Wellness For The Mind" Coaching Program was developed for adolescents, college students, and young adults who have minds that sabotage them. Clients who benefit from this coaching are those who report that they are constantly being bombarded with unhelpful thoughts (ie: I'm not good enough, everyone is against me, and on and on). Many of these clients report feeling stressed-out most of the time and can not turn their worry-minds off. The coaching approaches in "Wellness For the Mind" are rooted in the latest neuroscience research. Dr. Gill teaches awareness to clients so that they can learn "why" their struggles occur. Then we explore "how" to feel better by developing tools to fit your own unique struggles.
Dr. Gill's Credentials
PhD from The University of Virginia. Experience teaching counseling and mindfulness at various colleges including Radford University, Colorado Mountain College, Anne Arundel Community College, and Georgia State.
Over twenty years working with adolescent and young adult clients on ways to be less paralyzed by self-defeating thoughts. My approach is a unique composition of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness Based Therapy, Buddhist Psychology, and Neuroscience.
Relationships are at the heart of healing so my approach allows clients to develop a healthy relationship with their self and identity. This in turn allows clients to create healthier relationships with others.