Sometimes, it is hard to be hopeful, especially when your mental wellbeing is not as good as it could be. During these times, improving your mental health can feel slow, but, here at Life Resolutions, we believe that hope is important throughout the healing process! Life Resolutions‘ Director Jodie Brenton and Principal Psychologist Mary Magalotti strive to ensure that all Australians can reach mental well-being through quality support, hopefulness and mental health services.
Throughout the process of improving your mental health, it is important to remain positive and hopeful that you are on the path of healing. Here are some things to remember to stay hopeful.
Reasons to be hopeful:
- Neuroplasticity means your brain is constantly changing. This means your brain can change throughout the healing process. A bit of hope that your brain can change for the better!
- There is support that is accessible no matter your situation. Seeking support and establishing positive relationships is a great way to aid your healing process. Getting professional support is easy through Life Resolutions.
- Science says! Research conducted by the Parenting Research Centre suggests that being hopeful throughout your mental health journey will in turn improve your mental wellness.
Jodie Brenton, Mary Magalotti, and the Life Resolutions Psychologists are committed to fostering patient hope throughout their healing process. To learn more about our services visit our website or start your mental health journey by booking a consultation online or over the phone.