Christian Bailey Therapy
If you are reading through this page, it is likely you are trying to find the right mental health therapist for you in a time where you've decided change is necessary.
I offer psychotherapy & outpatient mental health services for adults (age 21+) in the comfort of their own homes via secure telehealth/virtual meeting. It is my ultimate goal to make a lasting connection with clients to help them address suffering or difficulties to increase happiness and self-acceptance.
Examples of Concerns Treated
History of frightening and/or damaging circumstances, singularly or multiple.
If your mind plays nightmares on repeat, making you frequently scared, anxious, ashamed, or angry at confusing times.
News or social media creating the feelings that the world is hopeless.
Changes in mood (i.e. irritability, sadness, numbness, ect)
Lost interest in most things you used to enjoy.
Increased fatigue, change in sleep habits, change in appetite.
Urge to avoid everyone.
Difficulty avoiding alcohol, drugs, spending money, food, or sex as a method of coping.
Emotions so intense that you can't stand sitting with them.
You've noticed substances and behaviors that used to make you feel better don't work any more.
Your mind racing constantly? Circling the same thought, fear, or worry.
Having difficulty not making things "perfect."
Constant worrying, even when you know things are fine.
Holistic, Collaborative, Honest, Compassionate
What kind of clients do you see?
I enjoy working with people who want a collaborative environment in the therapy room. I serve as your ally, confidant, and advocate. I'm frequently given the feedback that my humor, validation, and compassionate feedback are helpful in the therapeutic process to create change and motivation for emotional balance.
What kind of therapy do you do?
I primarily utilize methodologies such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Therapies, mindfulness-based exercises, and Internal Family Systems. I believe that a holistic, educational, and nonjudgmental approach to mental health care is vital. I think it is very common that problems exist in a cyclical pattern of cause and effect. This means the body can affect the mind and vise-versa in a long-term pattern. I believe in making changes in this pattern slowly while addressing any blame, judgement, shame, and any other barriers that might arise along the way.