Mental Health Issues Counselor Buffalo NY

Some people think that only people with mental illnesses have to pay attention to their mental health. But the truth is that your emotions, thoughts and attitudes affect your energy, productivity and overall health. Mental disorders are generally characterized by changes in mood, thought, and/or behavior. They can make daily activities difficult and impair a person’s ability to work, interact with family, and fulfill other major life functions. Good mental health strengthens your ability to cope with everyday hassles and more serious crises and challenges. Good mental health is essential to creating a productive and fulfilling life.

Clinical counselors do indeed talk people through problems. In many cases, though, they diagnose as well as treat mental illness. Some mental health counselors help people who have normal cognitive processes cope with difficult life events, for instance, physical illness, death of loved ones, and relationship problems or divorce.

According to the professionals at WebMD, millions of Americans live with various types of mental illness and mental health problems, such as social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, drug addiction, and personality disorders. Treatment options include medication and psychotherapy. However, therapy works best when you attend all scheduled appointments. The effectiveness of therapy depends on your active participation. It requires time, effort, and regularity.

As a Mental Health Counselor, Jennifer Nahrebeski has gained her clients’ trust when it comes to family counseling because she uses a gentle down-to-earth approach.  With her dedication to helping children, adolescents and adults alike, she strives for promoting mental health awareness, including prevention for those at risk, integrated care and treatment for those who need it.  Her clients achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.

She has a private practice in West Seneca that serves clients in WNY.  Her commitment to clients in the community is to help them understand their illness, how to manage it and live with it.

She specializes in adult issues such as:

  • Depression (feelings of sadness, feeling overwhelmed, changes in eating and sleeping patterns).
  • Anxiety (development of coping skills, soothing nervous behaviors)
  • Women’s issues (health and pregnancy and post abortive counseling)
  • PTSD

Jennifer’s experience, dedication, and gentle approach make her the right counselor for anyone looking for trust, confidentiality, and mentally healthier lives.