Scottsdale Therapist at MUV Counseling Featured in Leading Publication, Offering Advice on How to Deal With Life in the Face of COVID-19

Diana J. Smith
Scottsdale Therapist at MUV Counseling Featured in Leading Publication, Offering Advice on How to Deal With Life in the Face of COVID-19

Scottsdale, AZ – Many people have lost their jobs and businesses to the ravaging effects of the Coronavirus. Many more have put their lives on hold and have been unable to connect with friends and family due to the virus’s global spread. With more challenging times ahead, people need to understand how best to deal with these trying and unprecedented times. Thankfully, Scottsdale therapist, Selena Soni of MUV Counseling is helping clients deal with the harsh realities brought on by the global pandemic.

Having been featured in leading publications such as City Lifestyle – Phoenix, Selena, of MUV Counseling, takes a whole new and different approach to therapy. She understands that people are tired and need a holistic approach to handling complexes that they can’t readily understand. With this in mind, the therapist offers innovative treatments such as Walk + Talk Therapy.

Describing the approach to counseling, the Scottsdale Therapist at MUV Counseling said, “Walk + Talk Therapy is just as it sounds — the client and the therapist are outside walking during therapy, instead of sitting inside an office. Research has shown that exercise can significantly decrease anxiety and depression while improving overall mood. 

“Walk + Talk Therapy encourages clients to be more physically active in order to promote both mental and physical health. It deepens ways of thinking and helps clients to get “unstuck” while confronting difficult issues. Walk + Talk Therapy also allows clients to feel like they are moving forward, ahead of their issues and encourages them to tackle their challenges with more power and efficiency.”

Walk + Talk Therapy, available for individuals and groups, is based on the premise that the mind is connected to the body, and so when the body moves, the mind also becomes open to changes. In addition to this, the therapeutic approach is based on the premise that walking can be a mindfulness exercise. At the same time, the outdoor environment presents the mind and body with a soothing feeling.

MUV Counseling Scottsdale also takes advantage of other treatment orientations, including Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy.

Clients who come into MUV’s Scottsdale counseling office can rest assured that their counselor is focused on addressing the best way to treat their specific condition. Unlike many therapists, Selena is even familiar with treating conditions related to the adjustment to new medical diagnoses and adjustment to new psychiatric diagnoses, including diagnoses with psychotic processes. 

She is also highly effective at addressing conditions surrounding depression, anxiety including panic disorders, Agoraphobia, co-occurring issues, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Also, MUV Counseling offers teletherapy. Also, known as online therapy, this treatment method is perfect for someone who prefers to have counseling from their home. Teletherapy is a viable treatment method, especially considering the pandemic we are now facing. And it’s particularly useful in treating conditions like agoraphobia. Which is a condition where being in unfamiliar surroundings can cause anxiety. 

Visit MUV Counseling at 7420 E Camelback Rd Ste 103, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, US, or call 480-300-2635. Or for additional information regarding their services, visit the company’s website.

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Company Name: MUV Counseling
Contact Person: Selena Soni
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Phone: 480-300-2635
Address:7420 E Camelback Rd Ste 103
City: Scottsdale
State: AZ
Country: United States

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