I invite you to join our online family. If you are committed to alleviating those symptoms of neuroses (disorders) that impact your emotional wellbeing and quality of life, contact me. This is a no-fee discussion and support group.
I have studied, researched, and written about psychological dysfunctions for well over a decade. I have facilitated groups, workshops, and practicums for various dysfunctions. I utilize the Wellness Model of mental healthcare, which focuses on the character strengths and attributes that generate the motivation, persistence, and perseverance that enable recovery.
My work with individuals and groups emphasizes communication and empathy. As someone who has been dealing with my own dysfunction (social anxiety disorder) for decades, I understand what you are going through on a personal level, and I know how the mental healthcare community functions.
While each of the 31 dysfunctions listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders has its characteristics and symptoms, they are similar in how they affect your emotional wellbeing, affect your self-esteem, image, and self-beliefs. These similarities are how we can relate to and support each other.
Your confidentiality is paramount to this group. Your email is shared only with your permission. We are on a first-name basis during our sessions, and you may choose an alias if that makes you comfortable.
We want these sessions to be relaxed and joyful experiences where you can share your stories and concerns with others.
Once you contact us, I will open a channel of dialogue so that I can get to know your needs and concerns before any online participation. That will allow you to get to know me better before you decide to participate.
You are not alone, it is not your fault, and you deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Why is your support essential? ReChanneling is dedicated to research and development of methods to alleviate symptoms of psychological dysfunction and discomfort. Our vision is to reshape the current pathographic emphasis on diagnoses over individual, which fosters a deficit, disease model of human behavior. Treatment programs must disavow ineffective, one-size-fits-all approaches and target the individual personality through communication, empathy, collaboration, and an integration of historically and clinically practical methods. All donations support scholarships for workshops and practicums.