NONIE GRISCOM THERAPY L.L.C.
Quality Online Therapy You Can Count On
Are you struggling with issues related to anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, grief or major life changes? There comes a time when we need some help from a certified professional to help cope with many of life’s challenges. I’m a licensed teletherapist in New York, Connecticut, Florida and Rhode Island and I’d love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery.
Life can be overwhelming and sometimes even exhausting, but I’m here to guide you through any obstacles you may face. My goal is to help you understand yourself more deeply and better cope with change.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Guiding You On the Path of Self-Healing
Perhaps you're down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to offer support. Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery, and in my sessions I promote behavioral transformation by encouraging a positive outlook and the adoption of new attitudes and reactions. I have the tools and professional experience to help you get back on track.
DEPRESSION & ANXIETY
A Happier, Healthier, More Productive You
RELATIONSHIPS, SOCIAL HARMONY
Here For You
Managing Fear and Anxiety around Coronavirus
Please recognize that there can be a wide range of reactions and that over the next few days or weeks you may experience periods of:
Difficulty concentrating and sleeping
Hyper-vigilance to your health and body
Anxiety, worry, panic
Ways to Manage Fears & Anxieties
Although Coronavirus is a health issue that is being taken very seriously by public health authorities worldwide, do not let your worry about this virus control your life. There are many simple and effective ways to manage your fears and anxieties. Many of them are essential ingredients for a healthy lifestyle; adopting them can help improve your overall emotional and physical well-being.
Get the facts. Stay informed with the latest health and campus information through the health advisory at uhs.berkeley.edu/coronavirus. For further information, see the dedicated CDC website.
Keep things in perspective. Limit worry and agitation by lessening the time you spend watching or listening to upsetting media coverage. Although you'll want to keep informed — especially if you have loved ones in affected countries — remember to take a break from watching the news and focus on the things that are positive in your life and things you have control over.
Be mindful of your assumptions about others. Someone who has a cough or a fever does not necessarily have coronavirus. Self-awareness is important in not stigmatizing others in our community.
Stay healthy. Adopting healthy hygienic habits such as washing your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, frequently, and certainly after sneezing or before/after touching your face or a sick person. Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Avoid contact with others who are sick and stay home while sick .
Keep connected. Maintaining social networks can help maintain a sense of normalcy, and provide valuable outlets for sharing feelings and relieving stress.
Seek additional help. Individuals who feel an overwhelming worry or anxiety can seek additional professional mental health support.