Counseling Services in Little Rock
Therapy With Holly
Dealing with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues can be exhausting. It’s important to remember that you do not have to experience these issues alone and that counseling can help. At Therapy with Holly, we will gently explore the feelings you are experiencing, learn how to cope with past trauma, and create a path towards healing and happiness. Holly is passionate about helping adults in Little Rock, AR, and the surrounding areas find freedom from anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other mental health concerns. Below are a few of the counseling services currently offered at her Little Rock office. For more information, or to discover if Therapy with Holly is the right place for you, complete the contact form for potential clients here.
You can’t turn your brain off and stop overthinking. When you’re still, your brain thinks of all these terrible things that might happen. You KNOW it’s not rational, and these things probably won’t happen, but what if they did?! It’s enough to make you feel crazy. It may be interfering with your ability to get through the day, causing panic attacks at work, and putting a strain on your relationships. If this sounds like you, it may be time for counseling.
Through regular counseling, you can learn how to manage your racing thoughts and overcome your anxious thought patterns.
You want to be kind and generous, offering help when you can. But you want to be able to limit your involvement without feeling guilty and selfish. You want to take care of yourself and not feel bad for it — maybe even feel good about it?! Learning how to say ‘No’ is a tough skill to learn. You may feel afraid that you will destroy your relationships if you start standing up for yourself. But therapy can help with that!
Through counseling, you can learn how to feel great about the help and support that you do offer others since it will come from a healthier place and happier you.
The trauma you survived as a child has stayed with you your entire life. You may feel inexplicably angry, sad, or anxious. You may not understand the choices you make or the thoughts you have. Surviving trauma as a child shapes who we become as adults, but it doesn’t have to control you any longer. You can break free from the patterns you learned to protect yourself as a child, and start living a life full of joy and free from anxiety.
Let’s work together to process your trauma, learn healthy coping skills, and finally heal.
Evangelical culture glorifies the denial of self in almost every aspect of life: our time, our emotions, our finances, … bodies, intuition, personalities, hobbies, sexuality – it’s endless. At the same time, evangelical denominations generally intend to operate from a place of love and compassion. You may have left the church and no longer believe in those doctrines -but still experience motional pulls or blocks in understanding with who you are apart from your former religious practices.
‘Exvangelical’ is a term that has come to refer to people who no longer subscribe to their former evangelical beliefs. Anxiety and dissociation are common experiences of evangelicals and exvangelicals alike.
I work with exvangelical women to uncover ways their former beliefs may still hold them back in self-understanding or reaching their goals, or contribute to their past or current mental heath concerns. Together, we sift through the deeply rooted old beliefs to find what elements still resonate, and what needs to be released.