Grover Family Therapy

Family Counselor in Hendersonville, NC

Individual Mental Health Services

When you're struggling with poor mental health, everything in life can seem hopeless. Sometimes, even when things are going well you might not be able to relax and enjoy your success, maybe you haven't been able to enjoy anything for a while. Other people run into trouble with their behavior, normally harmless activities can start to feel like an addiction, anger can seem uncontrollable causing you lash out verbally or physically, or you might not be able to stop yourself from doing things you know are harmful. Some people find themselves feeling afraid all of the time, while others struggle to feel anything at all.

Our mental health can go sour in a variety of ways. Some instances of poor mental health are genetic, stemming from our biology. We can also learn ineffective lessons about how to think, feel, and behave through turbulent and complex upbringings that we carry with us throughout our lives. Sometimes our mental health can be rocked in an instant, through a traumatic or scary experiences that challenges the feelings of safety and control that served us well before.

Regardless of the source of emotional discord it make happiness difficult and can cause us to miss out on the satisfaction that is life's primary purpose.

Please contact me if you're seeking counselor for mental health to treat:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Bi-polar disorder
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Social Anxiety
  • Drug or Alcohol Addiction
  • Phobias
  • Anger issues
  • Low self-esteem
  • Uncertainty over religious identity


Having Trouble is Normal

There is nothing weird or odd about having troubles with mental health. Around 1 in 5 adults in the United States suffer from some type of mental illness—most commonly depression and anxiety disorders. Pretty much everyone goes through some kind of mental illness at some point in their lives so it's nothing to be ashamed of. Having trouble is normal, and there's nothing wrong with getting help when you need it.