Caring, Compassionate, and Competent Psychotherapy and Pastoral Counseling
Nate Prentice is a licensed clinical social worker and pastoral counselor who believes in helping people shine.
With his 23+ years of experience helping thousands of people bring out the good in themselves to cope with difficult situations, he lovingly helps people bring out the best in relationships, coping, and their spirituality and performance.
He has specialties in helping people move from suffering to living with and transcending depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, relationship issues, and spiritual crises.
In addition to his counseling experience, he has experience with utilizing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), a state of the art treatment for traumatic memories, and clinical hypnosis.
Contact him for more information.
Hours & Info610-626-8085M: 1:45-9p; T: 1-9p; W: 9-1p; Th: 9-4:30p; F: 9-4:30p
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Tag Archives: depression
Saw this nice, brief article at Huffington Post about using present-minded focusing to overcome depression. Focusing 0n what is just before you in a given moment is a good way to get through, as well as breaking down difficult tasks in … Continue reading
I tried my first real yoga class today. I say real in the sense that it was taught better than other ones I have had in the past. If you can imagine a bowling ball doing poses, that was me. … Continue reading
http://www.webmd.com/depression/treating-depression-9/slideshow-10-benefits Ten benefits of depression treatment.
Medical News | Health News – Eating your way to better mental health. Your diet is not necessarily a cure for these mental health disorders, but it can be helpful. The study found that women with a diet high in … Continue reading
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy is an approach that is very similar to mine in dealing with depression and anxiety. The following is an article about it. It has been in the news in Britain lately because it is being included among … Continue reading
Hi guys. Just wanted to make you aware of a new series on PBS that you should be must be watching. If you are a client of mine, consider it homework. It is called “This Emotional Life” and it talks … Continue reading
I am glad to see some recognition of this great reason for mental health stigma to go away. However, I am worried that people are moving away from psychotherapy, as it has repeatedly been shown that psychotherapy and meds together … Continue reading