Our Selective Screening Process
5 things we look for in our therapists:
- Commitment to client results
- Therapy is a meaningful vocation
- Continuous professional learning
- Highest care to clients
- Kind and compassionate human beings
Emotional health leads to a better life.
At June Health we believe emotional health is the foundation of meaningful relationships, happier family, fulfilling work, greater physical health, and a clear mind. Simply put, a better life.
Becoming more emotionally healthy takes time and requires creating new thought patterns, habits and actions in daily life. This work leads to long-lasting results.
Our Approach to Therapy.
Built on what scientific studies identify as necessary for results.
Why do outcomes vary in therapy? There is a significant amount of scientific research literature to support the importance of the therapist and the therapist-client relationship as the primary drivers of success.
Actions & thoughts can physically change our brains.
In the last 25 years, there has been incredible scientific progress in the field of brain plasticity, the ability to shape and ‘rewire’ our own brains.
Eric Kandel, MD, a Nobel Prize laureate and professor of brain science at Columbia University, states, “All mental processes are brain processes." An understanding of these processes helps us to realize we truly have the power to develop healthier thought patterns & actions.
What causes our impulse to react when we feel hurt?
Emotional health in America.
Today in America, more people are prioritizing their emotional health.
We spend decades in school learning many subjects and educating our minds. We have huge industries dedicated to fitness, diet and overall care for our physical health. However, along with our bodies and minds, there is a third – and perhaps most important – pillar of our well-being: emotional health.
We see a growing emphasis on prioritizing emotional health in America, and at June Health we want to do everything we can to accelerate this positive and exciting direction.
Articles about Emotional Health
How to Communicate your Needs in a Relationship
Our partners cannot read our minds, which, in all honesty, is probably a good thing, but it might prevent them from meeting some of our unspoken needs....
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate."
“The only way out is through.”
“With our minds, so we make the world.”
“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”
“Your head is where feelings go to hide from your heart.”
“What will you do with your one wild and precious life?”
“There’s a difference between knowing the path and walking the path.”
“All human evil comes from a single cause. Man’s inability to sit still in a room.”
“Even your worst enemy cannot harm you as much as your own uncontrolled thoughts.”
"Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.”
We’re here when you’re ready.
Work with a trained practitioner to build your emotional health.