LIFE DOESN’T HAVE TO BE THIS HARD.

Do you constantly stress and worry about everything? Always second guessing yourself? You try to look at the positive side of things, but that just doesn't work.

Do you have trouble sleeping because your thoughts just won't stop? Tossing and turning, wanting to feel better about your life, but you don't know where to start. You don't know what to do.

Keeping your feelings in doesn't help. That just makes every little thing bother you and makes you appear moody. You even loose the motivation to do the things you want to do. If this continues, it can affect your school work, your job, and even your relationships. Maybe it already has.

Believe it or not, you are not alone. Although many people don't talk about it, a lot of people struggle with the same feelings you're feeling right now.

Hello. I'm Liza J Alvarado and I'm a bilingual psychotherapist who has helped many people worry less and feel happier with their lives. I've learned that although it's great to talk about things, what people really want is to know what to do.

I focus on teaching you techniques that could help you feel less stressed out, feel more confident with yourself and change the way you look at "negative" circumstances in order to start feeling happier with your life. Even more, we'll explore the reasons for your negative emotions, in order to prevent living in a cycle.  

If you live in the Lehigh Valley, PA area, contact me for a short consultation and to schedule an appointment, at info@universalmindtherapy.com or 484-523-3886

If you're not ready to seek help yet or just want more information, feel free to check out the blog here.

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