We believe people change when they belong. Belonging begins with creating space for the individuals - no matter what age - to talk, think, and create. This space enables transparency and allows hope to grow. Talking through fears, hurts, and disappointments helps the mind to breathe again and the heart capacity to feel hope.
Thinking is essential—if you can figure out how you think, then you can identify the areas where fear is YELLING and truth has become quiet. Learning to take care of thoughts allows the fears that once flooded the mind to be replaced with CREATIVE thoughts.
We focus on people's’ creativity —People are neurobiologically wired to create so that they are able to communicate what is inside. Enabling a person’s creativity uncovers the places within a person that brings them joy — helping define the line between thoughts of truth and fear.
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Problem: ‘We Don’t Understand Our Brains’
What if psychology hasn’t allowed us to completely understand the brain, how it functions, and what it needs to be healthy? After all, we have only been studying the brain for about 140 years. What if there is an answer outside of psychology’s current solution of coping through medication in an attempt to “numb” the pain? Nearly 100 years ago, the common cold was an epidemic to where there was no medical solution but to numb the few years that the doctors said they had left. Today, we know that the common cold is quite curable, and don’t shudder at the thought of “coming down with the cold”. What if we currently don’t understand our brains and are treating depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other diagnoses like they treated the common cold 100 years ago?
Solution: Know Your Brain
We believe there is still much to be learned about the human brain and how it has the capacity to be healed. Researchers such as Dr. Caroline Leaf, have surfaced over the past several years to inform the population on the importance of brain development. Studies have shown how the mind (thought patterns) control the brain, and the importance of how thinking can change the way the brain functions. Because of this, core belief systems, wounds, and memories of trauma located in the brain can be rewired if one can learn to identify negative thought patterns and rethink them.