Nutritional and Exercise Guidance

"You will either step forward into growth or
backward into safety."

Abraham Maslow

"My therapy with Dr. O'Brien has given me the tools I need to help balance my moods and feelings and to move my life in a positive direction while living with an anxiety disorder. Working with her has given me self-confidence and has provided me with the self-esteem I needed to move forward with my life. Thank You Dr. O'Brien" - A Patient

Just as we recognize how exercise benefits our overall health, it is equally important to mention how our nutritional habits affect our mental and physical health. It goes without saying that both exercise and nutrition work together in unison to achieve the same goals (e.g., manage a healthy mental and physical balance between the mind and the body to nurture life). It is implementing both to empower the individual that sometimes becomes a challenge.

An overall assessment of physical, nutritional, and mental health is taken to provide the individual with the most comprehensive understanding of his or her current overall health. If needed and requested, both nutrition and exercise instruction is provided to help cultivate a healthy mental and physical lifestyle, conducive to the needs of the client.

Exercise and Nutrition Program Designs

Exercise and nutrition programs are obtained through a one-on-one meeting and prescribed to meet the overall unique needs of the individual (e.g. lose and/or manage weight, better control moods/stress, modify the effects of -- or recover from -- medical conditions or surgical procedures, such as by-pass heart surgery, stroke, cancer, or diabetes).

Individuals are more likely to succeed if they are part of a program with supervised activity and monitored reporting of progress. Follow up meetings and assessments are encouraged and help the client maintain consistency as well help accomplish their overall health and fitness goal(s). All programs are custom designed and available online after an in-office consultation.



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