What Mental Health looks like in 2021 post pandemic


The composition of the brain is what makes our mental health experience unique. Our perception of struggles are influenced by our individual experience in terms of where we come from, our cultural background, our life experiences, our family upbringing and our biological makeup. Every mental health experience is real and valid. Everyone wants and deserves a chance to feel better. With every brain being different; every brain can use someone to help navigate us through our mental health journey!

Reveye Mental Health and Wellness is committed to meeting the mental health needs of adolescents, young adults, couples and families. We help individuals develop insight and acquire tools that will enable them to lead more fulfilled and balanced lives.

Our comprehensive psychotherapy services include counseling related to:

  • Addiction
  • Anger management
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Career counseling
  • Culture stigmas
  • Depression
  • Family issues
  • Grief
  • Group counseling
  • Life transitions
  • Phobias
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Women psychological issues including postnatal/postpartum depression

How does Anxiety and Depression look, feel and sound:

  • “I Just feel so tired… I have no motivation.”
  • “I really want to do it but I just can’t find the energy.”
  • “I can barely take care of myself let alone take care of my child.”
  • “Everything is just so exhausting.”
  • “I just lock myself in the office and stay in there until it’s time to go home.”
  • “I can fake smile and interact with my co-workers all day but all I want to do is go home and lie in my bed in the dark.”
  • “I fight to make it through the day but all I want to do is go home and sleep.”
  • “Even walking out of the house seems so overwhelming.”
  • “I don’t think I’ve ever been happy.”
  • “I have a hard time finding joy in things.”
  • “I’ve felt different my whole life and always thought that something was wrong with me.”
  • “I just feel so angry and frustrated and don’t know how to feel.”
  • “I feel trapped and just want to run and get all this energy out of me.”
  • “I don’t have a thought, I just feel and want to get rid of this energy.”

When does it make sense to seek mental health counseling:

  • “As a man I just want to know how to fix this but my girl wants to just talk and talk and talk… I don’t want to talk.”
  • “I never considered therapy… but I reached a point where I thought I don’t care if I lose my partner and that’s what scared me.”
  • “It’s not all good but I don’t want to say anything to rock the boat now that it’s settled.”
  • “I’ll take the “L” now but I know in the long run it will pay off.”
  • “I’ve never seen my parents show affection towards each other.”
  • “My parents showed me everything that I did not want in my own relationship.”
  • “My parents were so-called together but one lived in one state while the other lived in another.”
  • “Sometimes I feel like I just have to get to a like-minded person to tell them about what I just experienced… the validation makes me feel better.”
  • “Am I wrong if I want to know everything that my partner does or who they hang out with?”

What drives Culture stigmas:

  • “Why go to counseling? There is nothing wrong with me. ”
  • “I am open to counseling but it will not be the first thing I go to.”
  • “Why do we need someone to tell us how to fix our relationship?”
  • “The hardest part is trying to communicate what we feel without hurting your partner.”
  • “I did experience that but I never thought of it as a problem.”
  • “My parents expected that of me so it was nothing.”
  • “I’ll never be like my dad… I’ll never be like my mom.”
  • “As long as I provide food and shelter, I don’t need to be there emotionally.”
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