Stress Management and Biofeedback

Stress Management

Chronic stress can wreak havoc on your mind and body. Stress is the most common reason why people need to see a healthcare provider in our society. This is because being active in the stress response (“fight or flight”) compromises your immune system and all aspects of one’s health. On a daily basis many people experience insomnia, back pain, headaches and digestive problems due to stress. We offer stress management counseling with biofeedback as a way to quickly identify and manage everyday stressors.

Managing stress is accomplished by utilizing strategies that raise one’s awareness, and by facilitating retraining of how one thinks, feels, and reacts to stress triggers. Counseling techniques with biofeedback devices offer an objective evaluation of both a client’s emotional and physiological stress responses, which includes measuring nervous system activity. This leads to changing behaviors, and by making these changes you can dramatically improve your overall physical and emotional health.

Michael S. Lodish

Michael S. Lodish, MA, believes in a mind-body approach to managing stress that supports his clients' ability to better process both their emotional and physiological responses to stress triggers. He helps clients learn that while stress is an inevitable part of life it is how one manages and responds to their stressors that determines whether it will cause harm to your physical and emotional well being. By committing to stress management counseling you can improve the quality of your life by being healthier and happier. Michael completed his Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology, and completed the board certification process in biofeedback. He is a member of the American Counseling Association. Michael’s education, work and life experiences have all been foundational in his treatment approach, which is integrative, holistic and gets to the root cause of one’s stress and health concerns.

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