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Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff has one goal in mind, to bring a fresh, innovative approach to the everyday problems of life.

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07/30/2021

Question #1 Are you unknowingly running yourself into the ground?
Question #2 Do your thoughts at times alter your life experience?
If you answered yes to either, you are human. Thoughts of fear, worry, pain, trauma, loss, or abandonment can, in fact, affect your ability to unplug and reset. These are areas we care for alongside many other mental health struggles. Head over to wefixbrains.com/oakcliff to learn more or book a session 💛

Question #1 Are you unknowingly running yourself into the ground?
Question #2 Do your thoughts at times alter your life experience?
If you answered yes to either, you are human. Thoughts of fear, worry, pain, trauma, loss, or abandonment can, in fact, affect your ability to unplug and reset. These are areas we care for alongside many other mental health struggles. Head over to wefixbrains.com/oakcliff to learn more or book a session 💛

07/30/2021

On Wednesday, Olympic all-star gymnast Simone Biles withdrew herself from the Tokyo Olympic Games in order to focus on her mental well-being! 👏👏👏

Everyone (yes, even the greatest gymnast of all time) should be allowed to prioritize their mental health when they feel the weight of the world on their shoulders. We applaud her courage, and encourage everyone to advocate for their own mental wellness. 💙


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On Wednesday, Olympic all-star gymnast Simone Biles withdrew herself from the Tokyo Olympic Games in order to focus on her mental well-being! 👏👏👏

Everyone (yes, even the greatest gymnast of all time) should be allowed to prioritize their mental health when they feel the weight of the world on their shoulders. We applaud her courage, and encourage everyone to advocate for their own mental wellness. 💙


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Timeline Photos 07/29/2021

World Day Against Trafficking

This month we bring awareness to human trafficking on World Day Against Trafficking Persons July 30th. National data provided by UNODC in 2018 report that the majority of victims continue to be females. In fact, about half of human trafficking victims in 2018 were women and young girls. However, these data also confirm the ongoing trend of women becoming less commonly detected.

On the other hand, children have grown to over 30% of detected victims. Additionally, a growing number of studies suggest LGBTQ+ individuals are at higher risk of becoming victims. This could be because their identities are often marginalized in society and ostracized in their communities by friends and family, causing these individuals to be increasingly isolated and vulnerable to manipulation.

This Year’s Theme

The theme for 2021 is “Victims’ Voices Lead the Way” where the focus of the campaign will be on stories from survivors of human trafficking so that others can listen and learn from them. These survivors will play a large role in highlighting the seriousness of this crime and what can be done to prevent it while offering support to those who are on their own journey to recovery so that no more women, girls, LGBTQ+ persons, and all other survivors have to hear it happened to somebody else again. Using the survivors’ experiences can help raise awareness of human trafficking by sharing their real-life stories in hopes that those who listen will be more mindful of the situation and knowledgeable on how to prevent it.

Stay Informed

The campaign, ran by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, will highlight the impact of the survivors’ stories and the need to empower these survivors. To stay updated, use the hashtag #EndHumanTrafficking on all platforms and find out more from the latest Global Report on Trafficking in Persons.

World Day Against Trafficking

This month we bring awareness to human trafficking on World Day Against Trafficking Persons July 30th. National data provided by UNODC in 2018 report that the majority of victims continue to be females. In fact, about half of human trafficking victims in 2018 were women and young girls. However, these data also confirm the ongoing trend of women becoming less commonly detected.

On the other hand, children have grown to over 30% of detected victims. Additionally, a growing number of studies suggest LGBTQ+ individuals are at higher risk of becoming victims. This could be because their identities are often marginalized in society and ostracized in their communities by friends and family, causing these individuals to be increasingly isolated and vulnerable to manipulation.

This Year’s Theme

The theme for 2021 is “Victims’ Voices Lead the Way” where the focus of the campaign will be on stories from survivors of human trafficking so that others can listen and learn from them. These survivors will play a large role in highlighting the seriousness of this crime and what can be done to prevent it while offering support to those who are on their own journey to recovery so that no more women, girls, LGBTQ+ persons, and all other survivors have to hear it happened to somebody else again. Using the survivors’ experiences can help raise awareness of human trafficking by sharing their real-life stories in hopes that those who listen will be more mindful of the situation and knowledgeable on how to prevent it.

Stay Informed

The campaign, ran by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, will highlight the impact of the survivors’ stories and the need to empower these survivors. To stay updated, use the hashtag #EndHumanTrafficking on all platforms and find out more from the latest Global Report on Trafficking in Persons.

07/29/2021

Depression isn’t a one-size-fits-all disorder. 🙅 Causes and symptoms of depression vary from person to person, but when you’re depressed, it’s common to feel like you’re on a long and lonely road. Depression can feel lonely, but you are NOT alone. More than 260 million people around the world suffer from moderate to severe depression.

Shedding light on the number of people who are affected by depression helps to put an end to mental health stigma 👊 and starts a conversation that can help people feel less alone 🫂


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Depression isn’t a one-size-fits-all disorder. 🙅 Causes and symptoms of depression vary from person to person, but when you’re depressed, it’s common to feel like you’re on a long and lonely road. Depression can feel lonely, but you are NOT alone. More than 260 million people around the world suffer from moderate to severe depression.

Shedding light on the number of people who are affected by depression helps to put an end to mental health stigma 👊 and starts a conversation that can help people feel less alone 🫂


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

07/28/2021

“How are you doing?!”
“I’m fine.”
“No, but how are you really?”
“ …” 🙃😓

"Fine" is the most common autopilot answer we've all expressed, but it never fully grasps how we actually feel and what we’re going through. Hidden between the just fines and okays are the heavy emotions we don’t like to face head on.

Therapy is an empowering way to connect emotional dots and regain control of your emotional well-being! To release the burden of carrying all those problems on your own by talking to a professional whose sole job is to help lighten the weight is liberating! 😌

If you’re looking for someone who can see past the autopilot answers, click the link below to connect with a counselor who gets it! 👇


https://wefixbrains.com/find-a-counselor/


#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

“How are you doing?!”
“I’m fine.”
“No, but how are you really?”
“ …” 🙃😓

"Fine" is the most common autopilot answer we've all expressed, but it never fully grasps how we actually feel and what we’re going through. Hidden between the just fines and okays are the heavy emotions we don’t like to face head on.

Therapy is an empowering way to connect emotional dots and regain control of your emotional well-being! To release the burden of carrying all those problems on your own by talking to a professional whose sole job is to help lighten the weight is liberating! 😌

If you’re looking for someone who can see past the autopilot answers, click the link below to connect with a counselor who gets it! 👇


https://wefixbrains.com/find-a-counselor/


#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

07/28/2021

Embracing Mindfulness to Raise Our Vibration (July 26, 2021)

The end of July is coming in hotter than this Texas summer 🥵 Cool down the mind this #WellnessWednesday with a meditation in which we focus on practicing basic mindfulness. Through mindfulness, we can raise our vibration and embody love and light so we can spread it all around us. Let us come together as Farahana Surya Namaskar guides us through today's practice so we can start the new month with new, mindful intentions 😌 Namaste!

07/27/2021

1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness every year 🤯 and according to @namicommunicate, 14% of Asian adults, 17% of Black adults, 17% of Native American/Pacific Islander adults, 18% of Hispanic/Latinx adults, 19% of American Indian/Alaska Native adults, and 32% of multiracial adults are affected by mental illness.

Anyone, regardless of race, color, gender or nationality, can experience mental illness but your identity shouldn’t affect your access to mental health treatment. Therapy is for everyone. Lifeologie is for everyone. 🤝


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experience mental illness every year 🤯 and according to @namicommunicate, 14% of Asian adults, 17% of Black adults, 17% of Native American/Pacific Islander adults, 18% of Hispanic/Latinx adults, 19% of American Indian/Alaska Native adults, and 32% of multiracial adults are affected by mental illness.

Anyone, regardless of race, color, gender or nationality, can experience mental illness but your identity shouldn’t affect your access to mental health treatment. Therapy is for everyone. Lifeologie is for everyone. 🤝


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

07/26/2021

Words create the future path of feelings. 🧠⚡️ You’re a cumulation of what you do, what you watch and what you SAY! Words have so much power, and negative self-talk can affect your life just as much as positive affirmations can. Before you let out another negative opinion about yourself, stop and consider how amazing you are! You’re a human being who is constantly growing and changing, endowed with talents, gifts and a unique perspective that no one else has! If that’s not something to brag about, we don’t know what is 😏


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Words create the future path of feelings. 🧠⚡️ You’re a cumulation of what you do, what you watch and what you SAY! Words have so much power, and negative self-talk can affect your life just as much as positive affirmations can. Before you let out another negative opinion about yourself, stop and consider how amazing you are! You’re a human being who is constantly growing and changing, endowed with talents, gifts and a unique perspective that no one else has! If that’s not something to brag about, we don’t know what is 😏


wefixbrains.com


#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month | Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff 07/26/2021

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month | Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff

"For health care professionals, it’s imperative to continue to test our cultural competence to ensure that we’re able to service clients from all backgrounds."


Mental health disorders do not discriminate. Nicole Davis, master's level intern, discusses the importance of Minority Mental Health Month and shares how we're making a difference for all members of the Oak Cliff community 👇
https://wefixbrains.com/oakcliff/the-counselors-blog/minority-mental-health-awareness-month/

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month | Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff Minority Mental Health Month is dedicated to improving awareness of the unique issues facing minority populations in the United States.

07/23/2021

Tell everybody I’m on my way 🎶 ... to healing 🥳 However you feel today: sad, angry, confused, unsure, bored, anxious, admired, excited, scared, content, or the 25+ other emotions we may be going through. Your feelings are valid.


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Tell everybody I’m on my way 🎶 ... to healing 🥳 However you feel today: sad, angry, confused, unsure, bored, anxious, admired, excited, scared, content, or the 25+ other emotions we may be going through. Your feelings are valid.


wefixbrains.com


#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) Mental Health Month w/Karlos Lyons on @Empower Series 07/22/2021

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) Mental Health Month w/Karlos Lyons on @Empower Series

Mental health is not just about your feelings - it's about how your feelings affect your physical and emotional wellbeing. Karlos Lyons, LPC-associate sat down with the Empower Series to recognize BIPOC Mental Health Month and discuss the importance of mental health care in our communities. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0hkmp2ZO1Y

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) Mental Health Month w/Karlos Lyons on @Empower Series Karlos Lyons - Psychology Today Profile: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/karlos-k-lyons-supv-by-robert-duckworth-dallas-tx/776121?preview=1&ret...

07/22/2021

It’s time to re-frame how you think about yourself🪞Intrusive thoughts can be relentless, and if they hang around during times when you should feel accomplished, you may be suffering from Imposter Syndrome. 🎭
I’m not good enough ❌
I’m not successful, it’s just dumb luck. ❌
I don’t deserve the credit. ❌
I’m a fraud who doesn’t belong here. ❌
This persistent fear that your achievements are not your own or that you’ll be exposed as an imposter, despite overwhelming evidence proving otherwise, can be stifling. You deserve the freedom to enjoy your success and everything that comes with it. When the dark cloud of intrusive thoughts rolls in, tell yourself “I worked hard to get here and I’m not giving up.” ✅


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#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

It’s time to re-frame how you think about yourself🪞Intrusive thoughts can be relentless, and if they hang around during times when you should feel accomplished, you may be suffering from Imposter Syndrome. 🎭
I’m not good enough ❌
I’m not successful, it’s just dumb luck. ❌
I don’t deserve the credit. ❌
I’m a fraud who doesn’t belong here. ❌
This persistent fear that your achievements are not your own or that you’ll be exposed as an imposter, despite overwhelming evidence proving otherwise, can be stifling. You deserve the freedom to enjoy your success and everything that comes with it. When the dark cloud of intrusive thoughts rolls in, tell yourself “I worked hard to get here and I’m not giving up.” ✅


wefixbrains.com


#wefixbrains #counseling #therapy #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealthcare

Timeline Photos 07/22/2021

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Minority populations consist of anyone who does not belong within the dominant culture. In the United States, this includes immigrants, refugees, LGBTQIA, as well as communities of color. In many of these diverse groups, the concept of therapy is not widely accepted. Telling a stranger your problems can often be seen as a weakness.

Mental health, once a taboo topic, is becoming something that our collective culture is beginning to embrace. Historically, mental health was a subject widely disapproved of in communities of color but because of the Coronavirus, more and more minorities are reaching out for mental health services.

Each July, we choose to celebrate Minority Mental Health Month. Minority Mental Health Month is dedicated to improving awareness of the unique issues facing minority populations in the United States. With people of color working the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic and being subjected to massive rates of job loss, making access to mental health services even more difficult. To counteract the existing stigma within communities of color, the HHS Office of Minority Mental Health promotes tools and resources that encourage racial and ethnic populations in particular.

At Lifeologie Oak Cliff, we see clients from all walks of life. It's a privilege to offer the safety of the therapeutic relationship to the people of Oak Cliff and its surrounding areas. We're dedicated to serving this diverse community, which is considered underserved in the space of mental illness.

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Minority populations consist of anyone who does not belong within the dominant culture. In the United States, this includes immigrants, refugees, LGBTQIA, as well as communities of color. In many of these diverse groups, the concept of therapy is not widely accepted. Telling a stranger your problems can often be seen as a weakness.

Mental health, once a taboo topic, is becoming something that our collective culture is beginning to embrace. Historically, mental health was a subject widely disapproved of in communities of color but because of the Coronavirus, more and more minorities are reaching out for mental health services.

Each July, we choose to celebrate Minority Mental Health Month. Minority Mental Health Month is dedicated to improving awareness of the unique issues facing minority populations in the United States. With people of color working the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic and being subjected to massive rates of job loss, making access to mental health services even more difficult. To counteract the existing stigma within communities of color, the HHS Office of Minority Mental Health promotes tools and resources that encourage racial and ethnic populations in particular.

At Lifeologie Oak Cliff, we see clients from all walks of life. It's a privilege to offer the safety of the therapeutic relationship to the people of Oak Cliff and its surrounding areas. We're dedicated to serving this diverse community, which is considered underserved in the space of mental illness.

Lifeologie Oak Cliff

Lifeologie Counseling Oak Cliff has one goal in mind, to bring a fresh, innovative approach to the everyday problems of life. Our office is designed with YOU in mind. Have a seat in our groovy waiting room, relax to some fantastic local tunes, enjoy a snack, and get ready for optimal client care from our team of experts. We work with adults, couples, kids, and teens. Our specializations cover a wide range of concerns including play therapy, marriage counseling, drug & alcohol use, family therapy, teens &adolescence issues, christian counseling, ptsd recovery, LGBTQ issues, self-harm & suicide, postpartum depression, and more.

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Embracing Mindfulness to Raise Our Vibration (July 26, 2021)
Opening Our Third Eye (July 21, 2021)
Raise Your Vibration Beyond Judgment (July 14, 2021)
Honoring National Black Family Month
Tapping into Eternal Love (June 30, 2021)
Welcome, Nicole and Luis!
Combatting Isolation with the Lifeologists of Oak Cliff
Strength in Flexibility

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