Are you experiencing difficulty in keeping and developing good, solid relationships with those you love? Has anyone in your family deployed overseas only to return with some form of combat stress - and can't seem to shake it? Perhaps you or someone close is feeling anxious or depressed about life and can't seem to come out of it on their own. It is more than possible to get past those disturbing thoughts and feelings and enjoy life again!
Our practice focuses primarily on promoting healthy relationships for individuals, couples, & families. If you are experiencing personal conflict with post-deployment experiences, we specialize in trauma recovery work and have treated hundreds of service & family members plagued by the effects of posttraumatic stress (PTS) symptoms with therapy tailored to the individual.
“Complex PTSD” can arise if you have experienced repeated trauma, neglect and abuse. It is very important to work with a trauma therapist
who knows how to adapt EMDR and therapy to your specific needs. Treating CPTSD is a specialty of our practice.
Person of faith? Per your request, we can offer a spiritual perspective along with a warm, personable approach.
What is EMDR?
Are you interested in knowing more about Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing? This link provides basic information about the process
Journeys Counseling and Consultation is owned and operated by Leo Mora, PhD, LMFT, a mental health provider for the greater Fort Hood and surrounding Central Texas communities. He is a Doctoral researcher and adviser, trainer, mentor, and consultant for entry-level family life chaplain and master-level students and interns. Leo served with our U. S. Armed Forces for over 30+ years as a Clinical Supervisor and Marriage and Family Life Chaplain within the U.S. Army Chaplaincy Corps.
who joined us in 2022
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please call or use these resources:
Dial 211 option 8, or visit www.211texas.org
Crisis Text Line: Text 741741, free 24/7
Central Texas Mental Health Crisis Hotline 800-888-4036 – Available 24/7
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 (TTY: 800-799-4889)
Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, press 1 or Text Text 838255
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